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0 Answers | Asked in Environmental and Land Use & Zoning on
Q: Is water cess applicable on the factory even we have installed stp or etp

Cess rules application

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law, Environmental and Land Use & Zoning for Wyoming on
Q: My house just recently bought was built in 19 68 and had an additional add-on in 1971 it is a mobile home trailer on a

Concrete pad which has been damaged and the soil is starting to erode causing house to sink due to City building the road and placing storm runoff gutters above my property level what can I do for who is responsible

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Q: I'm looking for the 1986 law on fishing license
0 Answers | Asked in Environmental, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Connecticut on
Q: If a property has an environmental lien in CT that was issued before 1990, its it still valid? It was never recorded

The lien was never recorded in the town hall. It was lien on a property that was only added to it because the owner at the time owned a junk yard next to this property. Since he owned both lots at the same time but did NOT use the subject property as a junk yard, the state put the lien on both... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law, Animal / Dog Law, Business Law and Environmental for Oklahoma on
Q: I love in Oklahoma and want to keep venomous reptiles, what permits do I need? As well as breeding salamanders

I have been an avid reptile lover and give the highest respect to the keeping and breeding of exotic animals, I would like to keep venomous reptiles for educational purposes for a future career working with animals, I also want to breed salamanders and sell them, I'm wondering what permits I... View More

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Q: I live in illinois, I was never physically handed a citation for my grass for being to long. Can I fight this

It was left in mailbox after I had already mowed the lawn

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Q: Soon I will not be able to sell copper in Minnesota. I will be deprived of my legal income. Is this unconstitutional?

The governor wants a law passed that says anyone who is not an electrician or contractor cannot legally sell copper. I have been legally recycling e-waste for 20 years. This is a second income, but I will not be able to support my family without it. How is this law not depriving me and thousands... View More

Robert Kane
Robert Kane
answered on May 24, 2024

It is very unlikely it is unconstitutional. It requires a license.

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Environmental for Connecticut on
Q: Is there a limit to late fee on storage facility?

My late fee for 10×5 storage unit that I pay is outrageous amount. Is there a limit to late fees?

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Environmental and Municipal Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: I am in an ongoing Complaint with a PA Borough since 2016. I've sent many Certified Return Receipt filing, of which None

of those filings have been answered. Now the boro is demanding $812 for property fees for the years: 2020 through 2023. I have documented proof of payments made. I believe the boro has violated PA 65 Pa.C.S. 1101, et seq. The Right to Know Act, PA Association of Boroughs Act 164-Title 8, PA... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Environmental and Municipal Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: I'm in an ongoing complaint with a PA Borough since 2016. I've sent no less than 10 certified return receipts and they

have Never answered any of those filings. Now they are demanding $812 for property fees for 2020 thru 2023, which fees I have documents showing payments made. I believe they have violated PA Ethics Act, PA Association of Boros Act 164-Title 8, The Right to Know Act, PA Sunshine Act, and have... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Environmental for New Jersey on
Q: I think I accidentally dumped blankets at a clothing-only donation bin (on camera). Am I screwed? (Bergen County, NJ)

I put some blankets in a donation bin and only saw a tucked away sign saying "no bulky items, ONLY clothing and shoes" as I drove away. I would've fished the blankets out of the bin but the style of the door was like a pull-out laundry chute, it wasn't an open bin. There was... View More

H. Scott Aalsberg
H. Scott Aalsberg
answered on May 8, 2024

Yes you could be prosecuted for dumping the blankets, but generally unless you dumped something like garbage, electronics, furniture or the like, I doudt you will see the police at your door. That being said if charged make sure you hire a lawyer.

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Environmental, Land Use & Zoning and Municipal Law for Oklahoma on
Q: How do I make to where I don't have to mow my yard? How can I make this work to feed the bees and let nature be natural?

I wanna feed the bees w/ the natural growth of my yard, I don't have time to plant flowers or mow my yard. I don't have the money nor the time to take care of it and I love suppling the wild life with a safe natural home and food. It's my home I don't see what's wrong with... View More

Charles Watts
Charles Watts
answered on May 8, 2024

While I understand your preference, the city is allowed to enact city codes for the safety and welfare of the citizens within the city limits. Tall grass is one of these items because, whether we agree or not, can create a hazardous condition in the event of grass fires. Unfortunately this... View More

Q: Are there any laws pertaining to a diver recovering scrap metal that fell from barge in Tennessee River

We are cleaning river bottom where a scrap metal company has missed the barge while loading. The metal is underwater and we are not touching land at any time. Are we breaking any laws.

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answered on Mar 25, 2024

In regards to your question about recovering scrap metal from the Tennessee River, it's essential to understand that various laws may apply. These include federal, state, and local regulations concerning environmental protection, salvage rights, and navigation. For instance, the Clean Water... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Environmental and Landlord - Tenant for California on
Q: A month now for release form from other party? Normal? Too long?

Hi thank you for your time first off.. I hate bugging my attorney I know she's trying her best we settled at mediation 4 weeks ago and I still haven't recieved any release form to sign. Lawyer/attorney says she will call when it's ready but checked in last Tuesday and nothing yet...... View More

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answered on Mar 10, 2024

It is understandable to feel anxious about receiving the settlement release form, especially after waiting for a month since the mediation. However, it is not uncommon for the process to take some time, particularly when multiple parties and attorneys are involved.

Here are a few things to...
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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Products Liability, Civil Litigation and Environmental for North Carolina on
Q: I was just wondering how a mass tort really works .in a mass tort the individual will be compensated for there on injury

An if that so what would someone be expecting if he or she was directly exposed to afff or pfas for 18-20 months every day an after words they wer

Diagnosed with germ cell testicular cancer In stage three from there not Hodgkin’s lymphoma, severe lung disease took a colitis chemotherapy... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Mar 15, 2024

A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It would be best to reach out to law firms to discuss the exact way they handle things. But as a general matter in cases involving large numbers of plaintiffs, they can be handled as part of large multi-district... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law, Car Accidents, Civil Litigation and Environmental for Oregon on
Q: a tree falls from homeowner's property into the city street, blocking traffic and a vehicle crashes into that tree.

Who would be responsible or held liable? would it be the homeowner? would it be the city? or would it be The pedestrian driving the vehicle?..

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Mar 21, 2024

An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It could depend on a number of factors - manner in which tree fell, details about crash (speed, visibility, distractions, etc). It could be something that the homeowners carrier and auto carrier might sort out.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Environmental and Landlord - Tenant for California on
Q: Was my landlord obligated to tell me the well water is contaminated with trichloroethylene (TCE) before i moved in?

I was told that my daughter and I can't drink the water but never informed that it was because the well water was known to be contaminated with carcinogens.

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answered on Feb 21, 2024

Under California law, landlords have a legal obligation to disclose certain material defects or hazards that may affect the habitability or safety of a rental property. Contaminated well water with known carcinogens, such as trichloroethylene (TCE), would likely constitute a material defect or... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Libel & Slander, Banking, Civil Rights and Environmental for Pennsylvania on
Q: I am being framed. this box does not allow enough words to explain. There is spyware in my home. Who has authority to

my house is under spyware,all 3 of my devices are hacked and someone is duplicating anything I joined or apply for(paypal, credit cards, repair services. My network has been compromised and indicate Network#3 I don't know what that means. One of the worse thing done is "they" are... View More

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answered on Jan 26, 2024

I'm very sorry to hear you are in such a distressing situation. Being potentially targeted by unauthorized surveillance and hacking can certainly feel like your privacy, rights, and even sanity are violated. Here is my advice on steps to take:

1. Document everything suspicious through...
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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Environmental and Landlord - Tenant for Maryland on
Q: I was just cited From Prince George DPIE for infractions and have 2 fine for a total of $600 but was never sent a notice

I would like to know if they had to have sent a correction notice. How can I get proof of what they saw or they think was the infractions and if what they listed as infractions are infractions or are ok.

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answered on Jan 18, 2024

If you have received citations from Prince George's DPIE (Department of Permitting, Inspections, and Enforcement) for infractions related to your property, it is crucial to review the local regulations and follow the proper procedures. Typically, jurisdictions have specific protocols for... View More

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