Adjoining landowners are entitled to adjacent and subjacent support of their real property. But to prove this Tort will be difficult. Some type of engineer will be a necessary expert witness here. Also contractors will have to testify as to the costs of restoring the land, that is a large part...Read more »
There are black at times in my cabinets on dishes. I have been hoarse, respiratory problems and memory loss since here. I have told maintenance and they said it was from candles. I have pics from inside my air unit. What can I do? My eyes constantly burn.
The business is a metal stamping manufacturer. I believe the geography of their location (on a ravine with a creek, across from a large neighborhood developed in the early 60s) makes the noise amplify and echo. I also believe that the company has not sound proofed enough nor taken their location... Read more »
I am wondering if it is possible to sue a residential neighbor for cigarette smoke that enters the indoor of my living unit. The smoke originates from the outside (his porch) but is entering the indoor area of my unit and forces me to close windows. Not being able to keep windows open is causing... Read more »
enter my ranch to perform scientific studies in regards to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)? I think they want to perform some visuals and exploratory diggings for archeological artifacts and other things for a new roadway they want to put on my property. It infers in Title 21-1835.2... Read more »
have a general question about noise. I have very sensitive hearing and autism and other disorders. I've contacted the business and the police about the noise but unfortunately it's gone on deaf ears. They keep playing music outside that's pounding and I'm right behind their... Read more »
You could try contacting the city's neighborhood / code enforcement section. If the offending property is a business, there could be some abatement issues they could consider. But if the noise falls within the city's code concerning noise (e.g. it's within prescribed reason, etc.),...Read more »
They make a lot noise to the extent that we can hear it loudly inside the house during the day. The city says they can do nothing as the business is allowed to operate. I wonder if we can force the city to act based on the noise ordinance. This is city of Stamford in CT.
they start working at 7:30 in the mornings until 05:00 in the afternoon and a few people have been asking them to do it somewhere else but they said its there property so they are allowed to do so as they please.
A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. At this point, you could reach out to an attorney in your state who is familiar with the riparian rights/surface water run-off doctrines in your jurisdiction. These can vary across different parts of the nation....Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. If you are inquiring about a product-based matter, you could reach out to attorneys under the Products Liability heading (see the Find-a-Lawyer tab above). You could also search attorney listings independently. Good...Read more »
I live in a single room occupancy its very unhealthy for me I was also going thru an domestic violence and when I asked repeatedly to move and even contacted victims of violent crime and the women's against violent acts the building management pretended to move me to another unit in the... Read more »
Recently we moved into a 2004 8 story condo in IL without an inspection. We noticed that we were getting a very low pressure and after a while an orange flame started to be visible. I contacted the management and board who said that nobody else in the building had similar issue and since it only... Read more »
An Illinois attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. You could try asking the City, but it seems unlikely they would become involved in a private dispute involving an HOA where an owner had opportunity for inspection. In terms of public authorities, you could check...Read more »
The standard on the water is a different one than applied on the nation's roadways with motor vehicles in terms of constitutional law elements. The U.S. Coast Guard has broad powers to board vessels. Good luck
A California attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It could be difficult for any attorney to meaningfully advise on the formalities you ask about in the brief format of this forum. There are many things to consider, whether from an intellectual property standpoint...Read more »
You could continue to await a response, but you'll have better chances of meaningful input if you repost and add Landlord-Tenant as a category. There's no need to include personal information, but it would help to include a state - L-T law is state-specific. There's no guarantee that...Read more »
I'm sorry this happened to you. There's no point losing time waiting for a response here - this site is essentially U.S.-based attorneys and U.S.-based law You could reach out to attorneys/solicitors in London. But first read the instructions on the ticket/FPN/post carefully and try to...Read more »
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