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My husband has been no contact with me for the past 3 weeks, not sure when he’s gonna talk to me again, he has changed his mailing address but all of our utilities are in his name.
Local utility company has a written 30-day due date for utility bills. If not paid w/in 30 days, assess a one-time 10% penalty, plus .5% monthly interest for past-due balances.
If customer has a past-due balance, utility company then puts "DUE UPON RECEIPT" on the monthly bill... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2023
It appears that the utility company is applying your payments to the oldest debt, not the current debt, this means as long as you keep a past due balance you are going to be assessed late fees for underpayment of the bill. To avoid this you would have to pay off the current balance 100$. I would... Read more »
I am located in Sharon Township, Potter County, PA. The local gas company says that they are not responsible for repairing/replacing the lines even though they admit the lines are their lines, but they haven't been used in several years, before I bought the property.
I am one but they will not turn on service even through I'm on oxygen at night. The excudar is my one sister that is still alive. They want her to sign a document saying whe is the owner and I am a tenant. She refused to sign anything. I am in the process of doing the title transfer but in the... Read more »
answered on May 17, 2023
If the will is not probated it has no effect, including sister not being an executor. If no will then you might be an heir, so a recorded Affidavit of Heirship might help (both as a source of title and to get the power in your name). Hire an attorney to determine heirship and draft an... Read more »
Filing to end gas car ban in California
answered on May 16, 2023
Time Limit: Writs of mandate are subject to specific time limits, known as statutes of limitations. These time limits vary depending on the nature of the case and the jurisdiction in which you are filing. It is crucial to consult with an attorney promptly to ensure your filing falls within the... Read more »
At first the HOA said no to solar, but after ca passed legislation saying hoa's couldn't prevent us from getting solar, the HOA attorneys came up with a 4 page plan including the home owner must get a secondary insurance policy of 1 million dollars listing the HOA as secondary... Read more »
answered on May 9, 2023
While HOAs may have some authority to regulate the installation of solar panels on homes within the community, requiring homeowners to obtain an insurance policy naming the HOA as secondary beneficiaries is not a common requirement and may be legally questionable.
The specific laws and... Read more »
answered on May 1, 2023
ATCAA, or Amador Tuolumne Community Action Agency, may have specific requirements for providing insulation services based on the age of a home. It's possible that they may have restrictions or limitations on providing insulation services for homes built before a certain year, such as 1972.... Read more »
beneficiaries. This was discovered after trust ended with final tax return. Chesapeake insists there has to be quit claim from trust to beneficiaries in order to claim ownership, but since trust no longer exists, nothing can be conveyed. What should be done?
answered on May 1, 2023
Sorry for your loss.
It is no uncommon for minerals to left out of a trust. In fact the same thing happened to Bing Crosby. It is extremely likely that your father also had a will with a clause that instructed that any property administered is to be put into the Trust. This is known as a... Read more »
California: I have been leasing a Sunrun solar system with a 100% performance guarantee for several years, but I'm still connected to SCE because I don't have a battery. Last year, the solar system had completely failed, and Sunrun didn't finish repairs for over six months.... Read more »
answered on Apr 25, 2023
If you have a solar system with a performance guarantee, as you mentioned, your solar company, Sunrun, should be responsible for ensuring that the system is operating at peak performance and delivering the promised amount of energy to your home. If the system fails and Sunrun fails to repair it in... Read more »
answered on Apr 17, 2023
As the President of the United States, Joe Biden has the authority to issue executive orders that impact various aspects of American life, including the energy sector. The executive branch of the government, which includes the President and federal agencies, has broad powers to regulate industries... Read more »
The company he worked for is now trying to say I new about the Patents so that they don't share my late husbands Royalities he would have gotten,with me. We were married 15 years until his death, if I had known he had all of those Patents I certainly would not have waited till now. I found out... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2023
I am sorry about the accident that took your husband. While the patents are a part of this issue, I suspect that the prime legal arguments will be about the licenses or other agreements that your husband had with the company. This is contract law. The litigation will be primarily on contract law... Read more »
I am renting studio (converted garage) and there is no a/c and no heat. I am currently using a space heater for the winter. I have a window a/c unit for the summer.
Tenant occupying main house is charging me for sdg&e bill but my lease states I have a $100 credit for utilities.... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2023
Under California law, landlords are generally required to provide a working heating system for rental units, particularly during the winter months. California Civil Code Section 1941.1 states that landlords must maintain a rental unit in a habitable condition, which includes providing functional... Read more »
we filed it 9/2/2021, we are still waiting for an answer-they have held onto our case for 559 days Case no 21-0164 We filed an Injunction on 1/9/2023-no answer
answered on Mar 15, 2023
Hire a competent WV attorney. Move for a default judgment for the relief you want. With real property it should be very precise. If the title is involved, a certified copy of the judgment should be recorded with land records.
The first issue is that the agreement does not include my full first name, Stephen. The agreement has Steve as my first name. I assume this does not matter and the agreement is still valid, but could you please confirm? The 2nd issue is the "Design Services" Article states: American... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2023
The Steve v. Stephen distinction is not likely to matter, especially if you signed the Agreement already. Your signature will be indicia that you understood who they were referencing by calling you "Steve" (i.e., you wouldn't have signed if it called you... Read more »
Liberty Utilities fails to provide any notices within a 24 hour time of notice when they appear to vacate property without any such work. This company has continued to breach our agreement concerning no kind of notices within a 24 hour period before coming on the property. They refused to make... Read more »
answered on Mar 8, 2023
I assume that since you reference a utility company that the agreement you have with them is an easement. It's unusual for a utility easement to require advance notice to the land owner to come on vacant land to do work, and especially if the utility believes the work may be needed for a... Read more »
We have no contract with Amerigas and have not fixed the gas leak in our home but they have filled the tank twice now in less than a month
answered on Mar 3, 2023
I suggest that you take the following steps:
Contact Amerigas and inform them that you have not authorized them to fill your propane tank, and that there is a gas leak in your home that needs to be fixed before any further propane deliveries are made.
If Amerigas does not comply,... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2023
All states have statutes of limitations that prohibit bringing a claim after a certain number of years. You should contact an Oklahoma oil and gas attorney to determine what statute of limitations applies in your case. The answer will probably depend on a number of factors, such as: 1) when you... Read more »
The meter is built on LoraWan - long range wireless. We contacted Semtech who build LoraWan engineers and they siad the firmware is blatantly faulty. We don't have a contract of ownership of the work product. The meter has my company name, all parts, pieces and inventory I paid for. I also... Read more »
answered on Feb 25, 2023
Do you have a written contract that can be reviewed? If so, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org/
I have called the electric co. no response It is grandfather in. I have called the public comm.,town of Owego. I get no replies. To have it removed I was told back then in2000 it would cost me 20,000 dollars to move the poll. Can u help me? Thank you. From
answered on Feb 23, 2023
From your post, it looks like you've already reached out to the electric utility and the Public Service Commission. Given the fire hazard you describe, you could also try reaching out to local fire & safety departments and elected officials for guidance. Good luck
I am entering into a oil and gas lease with a company CNX and myself and 6 other heirs are being 15 percent royalties whay other things do i need to ask.. the well has apprently been operating with out notfiying heirs and is just now trying to remedy it?
answered on Feb 17, 2023
You should always have an oil and gas attorney review a lease before you sign it. The lease the landman offers you is almost always in favor of the oil company and unfair to the mineral owner.
Whether the company owes you past royalties or not depends on whether your mineral interest shows... Read more »
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