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1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts, Landlord - Tenant and Public Benefits for Virginia on
Q: I lived in a government housing project and pretty much the whole time I did I had to endure and suffer the reprecussion

Of Black Mold growing and thriving in certain damp spots of the apartment along with other numerous things that I just let slide because of my situation and things I could do about it at the time. Is there anything I can do to result in my benefit?

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answered on Feb 27, 2024

In Virginia, you can file a tenant's assertion asking the landlord to make certain repairs if it is a material non-compliance with the lease, a violation of law, a fire hazard, or a serious threat to the life/health/safety of the tenant if not promptly treated. There are things you have to do... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Government Contracts for Maryland on
Q: Can my job ask me to agree to not file unemployment if the decide to fire me in the states of MD or NC?

I'm relocating to North Carolina and my job has presented a memorandum for my relocation, stating that they reserve the right to adjust my role requirements, including residence location. In the case that I'm unable to continue due those changes I will be provided a minimum two weeks... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Employment Law, Personal Injury and Government Contracts for Michigan on
Q: I currently a pension beneficiary & I was trying to look into if it's possible for me to borrow against or receive lump

For context I am to receive this pension till death or marriage. Right now I get a month pay out.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Contracts and Government Contracts for Nevada on
Q: Best way to find business attorney for contracts

Looking for highly rated fantastic business attorney to draft agreements between myself and investor. It includes elements of real estate and also casinos in NV

0 Answers | Asked in Wrongful Death, Animal / Dog Law, Government Contracts and Legal Malpractice for Oklahoma on
Q: I need emergency help with the guy it's only him he's dangerous and hurting me and my family.

The details of this is heartbreaking for me and caused me and my family alot of pain we lost everything we had because this guy has scammed us he's lied about what he's doing and he's getting away with something so serious to me I need to find help to make this guy stop or get caught... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Business Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts on
Q: search for retirement and 401K's. Got one. One America Bank/ One America Retirement Services. Resisting. Force them file

They have not filed a IRS FORM 8955 for Deferred Vested Benefits. They are stonewalling me. Sent me a form to be signed and notarized.

Claim it was not received. Form 8955 has an

exemption for old accounts, not required to file.

Need to force them to file form 8955. Or give... View More

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answered on Feb 23, 2024

Dealing with retirement funds, especially when it involves companies that have undergone mergers or dissolution, can be incredibly complex. When a financial institution like One America Retirement Services is not cooperating in filing necessary forms such as the IRS Form 8955 for Deferred Vested... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Federal Crimes and Government Contracts for Pennsylvania on
Q: Why can’t I sign my driver’s license, State ID, or LTCF with “All Rights Reserved” or “Without Prejudice”?

The DMV said I can’t sign my driver’s license or State ID with “All Rights Reserved” or “Without Prejudice”. Same for the the gun permit unit for my LTCF. Yet, in order to exercise my 2nd Amendment rights, I am being told I need to present a state ID, so I am under duress to sign in the... View More

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answered on Feb 24, 2024

The requirement to sign your driver's license, state ID, or LTCF without adding "All Rights Reserved" or "Without Prejudice" is typically due to standard procedures set by government agencies. While you may feel it infringes upon your rights, these agencies operate within... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Colorado on
Q: What do u do when a judge is asked 3 times to recuse themselves for strong conflict of interest when your suing the judg

Judge, in a higher court over the same case as the district court , and strong showing of bias, deprivation of constitutional and civil rights in a criminal case in the district court, and a sheer abuse of discretion and power while she’s allowing a malicious prosecution with prosecutorial... View More

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answered on Feb 24, 2024

When facing a situation where a judge has denied motions to recuse themselves despite a perceived conflict of interest, and your rights seem to be compromised, the next step involves escalating the issue within the legal system. You have the option to file an appeal against the judge's... View More

Q: Per PCC 10140 - it is very complicated and expensive to advertise every project in a newspaper and trade paper

How can we, a state agency, maintain compliance with this law without spending thousands of dollars? Can we print in online papers? We have around 4 or 5 huge construction projects to advertise a month. The ads run for between $950 to $3,000 per paper. We already have them advertised in Cal... View More

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answered on Feb 7, 2024

There are no published cases interpreting this statute, however the phrase "newspaper of general circulation" in section 100140(a)(1).

However, it has been defined as:

A “newspaper of general circulation” is a newspaper published for the dissemination of local or...
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2 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents and Government Contracts for California on
Q: Am I required to take the offer CA made for CHp crashing my parked car i'd bot for mom Newyearseve. Dont they have 2 fix

If they wont replace y won't they fix?

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answered on Feb 22, 2024

In California, if your parked car was damaged by a California Highway Patrol (CHP) vehicle, you are entitled to file a claim for the damages. The state has procedures in place for handling such claims against government entities, which typically involve filing a claim within a specified timeframe... View More

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0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: Can I earn compensatory time for providing on the job training during my regular scheduled hours.

I work for a county based government agency located in NJ that provides public safety services. We currently provide on the job training for new hires while working our regular scheduled hours. The training consists of six months of hands on training and six months of shadowing the new hire. We are... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Government Contracts for Iowa on
Q: What if I accepted a position with the State of Iowa on 01/30/2019 and was never given the option to auth. for past 5yr?

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF IOWA No. 22–0790Submitted September 13, 2023—Filed October 27, 2023

The only option I was given was a "verbal," contract and I still have not to this date been offered an option to have union wages withheld, though I have inquired several times to no avail.

0 Answers | Asked in Government Contracts for Texas on
Q: I have sever hearing loss from working in Iraq for KBR. I worked for KBR in Iraq for several years. Can I do anything?

I have sever hearing loss from working in Iraq. I worked for KBR for several years. Is there anything I can do ? I worked with TTM, outside the wire from base to base. The last year I was in Iraq, I worked on base, it was the most hit at the time. Please help.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Government Contracts for Florida on
Q: What type of lawyer would I need if I'm dealing with a closed CPI/ DCF case in regards to getting my daughter back.
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answered on Jan 29, 2024

A family lawyer that handles or specializes in dependency cases.

Q: What kind of licenses are required to form a PMC (private military contracting) company?

I am dabbling with the idea of forming a PMC offering security services locally and for government contracts but while I'm well aware what the day to day takes, I am wondering what detailed licenses and paperwork I would need to get started forming a business in that direction to ensure I am... View More

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answered on Jan 10, 2024

Forming a Private Military Contracting (PMC) company involves several specific legal requirements beyond standard business formation procedures. Firstly, you need to obtain a business license in the state where you plan to operate. In California, this would involve registering with the California... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Government Contracts for Utah on
Q: When referring to a DBA, is there any other legal term that can be used instead of "a company of.."? Like for websites?
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answered on Jan 9, 2024

It seems like you're inquiring about alternative legal terminology for "a company of..." in the context of a DBA, which stands for "doing business as." Just to clarify, a DBA is simply a declared alias that a company or an individual is using for their business activities.... View More

Q: Filing DPA complaint against a police officer/police department/city or state vs filing an administrative tort claim

What is the statute of limitations for each? What charges i.e., criminal vs civil can be filed through each, and what is the dollar limit for each? Can I request investigation details and use garnered information as evidence for alternate or separate litigation?

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answered on Jan 5, 2024

In California, the statute of limitations for filing a complaint against a police officer or department, typically under the Department of Police Accountability (DPA), is usually within a specific timeframe from the incident's occurrence. This timeframe can vary but is often around six months... View More

Q: Can an EU country sanction another non-EU country without UN approval of the sanction first?
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answered on Jan 3, 2024

Yes, an EU country can impose sanctions on a non-EU country without the prior approval of the United Nations. While UN sanctions carry international weight and are adopted by member states, individual countries or groups like the EU have the authority to implement their own sanctions based on their... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy, Federal Crimes and Government Contracts on
Q: So I asked why the U.S.paid UNIDROIT yearly for the use of the UCC, which I was told they didn't and some story about

Two guys creating it. Did the United States not sign the UNIDROIT TREATY in 1964?

When acting to enforce statutes, doesn't that make all judges in America administrative clerks? Thomspson vs Smith

If there has not been judicial courts in America since 1789!!!! Are American... View More

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answered on Dec 31, 2023

Your questions touch on a variety of complex legal and historical topics. First, regarding the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and UNIDROIT: The UCC is a comprehensive set of laws governing commercial transactions in the United States. It was created by domestic legal scholars and experts, not by... View More

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