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0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Legal Malpractice for Missouri on
Q: can this question be objected

why is it that united states citizens belonging to this democracy tried to publish fake pictures of lee harvey oswald that have been altered or changed & say they was orginal unless people within the states who subverted us killed jfk & are misleading the country acting like it's law... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: this government isn't the united states government as it is guaranteed to be a republican form of government that we

the citizens didn't vote for Gorge Washington stated that the party spirit would subvert this country & put another in control that is a high act of war why you think they did prohibition after changing the senate into a democracy we didn't vote for the republic that's why we... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for Missouri on
Q: My neighbor shot and killed my dog on my property police were called pictures were taken the dog was not aggressive

The pictures were taken and you can clearly see that the dog was still 15 ft before the property line still on my property I gave the police a statement they have done nothing lwrncftz@gmail.com is my email

0 Answers | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for Missouri on
Q: My neighbor shot and killed my dog on my property police were called pictures were taken the dog was not aggressive

The pictures were taken and you can clearly see that the dog was still 15 ft before the property line still on my property I gave the police a statement they have done nothing lwrncftz@gmail.com is my email

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts, Construction Law and Energy, Oil and Gas for Missouri on
Q: Do I owe my electrician money?

I received a quote for whole house rewiring and finishing. It was divided into the rewiring and finishing and then the second line item was for new amp service. He did the new amp service to my knowledge and the rewiring. I paid him 60% of the total bill which I thought was paid in full for the... View More

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answered on Jun 13, 2024

If you received a quote, agreed for him to do the work, and he started doing the work but hasn't finished it, you have a contract even if you do not have a fully integrated written document commemorating of the terms of your agreement.

If you breach the agreement by not allowing him to...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a county collector change a 3rd offering auction into a post 3rd year auction in just four days past the sale date?
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answered on Jun 13, 2024

In Missouri, the process for tax lien sales and auctions is strictly governed by state law. A county collector must adhere to specific timelines and procedures established by the Missouri statutes. Changing a third offering auction into a post-third year auction just four days past the original... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for Missouri on
Q: I live in mo, the state is collecting child support rendered to them. My back child support is over 31 thousand.

Will fsd continue to collect whats owed to me after they get theirs? Or do I have to chalk it up to a loss? Also, since 2016, deadbeat has not filed taxes to collect from. He likes to jump states. Can I take him to court over that?

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Support for Missouri on
Q: I was the custodial parent of my oldest child in Missouri. At the age of 16 his father owed a total of $20,000 to me.

My son got into a car wreck at 16 and is now a quadriplegic and was taken into CPS custody at the age of 17. They had collected support payments from me (paid in full) til 18. Now it says on the website that his father made payments and owes $14,000. I haven't Received any payment and he... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Civil Litigation, Election Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Missouri on
Q: Do we not call it a drug war is not dea levying a war is it not enslaving united states citizens the courts think they

are the liberator's but they are the opposite which is an act of war that with the other 4 acts i have mentioned in my other post says it's a war then 2 presidents that have declared it JFK & Nixon the 1 that put dea in position was corrupt & the 1 for the citizen doing drugs if... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law, Real Estate Law, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a county collector change a 3rd year tax cert. sale into a post 3rd yr. Sale 4 dys. After auction ?

Can a collector take you off as the payee of your real estate tax and apply it to different person's account?

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answered on Jun 13, 2024

The actions you describe may raise serious legal concerns. Typically, a county collector should not have the authority to change the terms of a tax certificate sale after the auction has concluded. If the rules of the auction were altered post-sale, this might violate established procedures and... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Missouri on
Q: Cops admitted to using flash lights through my windows and stated that it was meant for someone else not for me to see.

They come to my house and search through my house without me there trying to get my own man to take their side on something that isn't existing they're ruining my definition of character

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Rights and Landlord - Tenant for Missouri on
Q: I co-own a house in Missouri. Are there any procedures for kicking out a 3rd party not on the deed or a lease/contract

The party is not on any paperwork to be able to live in the home. They have been told to leave many times and have refused. Now they are threatening to use their mailing address to demand an official eviction. Is this necessary?

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law and Child Support for Missouri on
Q: How do I prove my ex husband is working at his busines he owns in mo (in gf name) modifying support in court claim can'

Post divorce taking me back to court again saying since his heart attack he can't work.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Civil Litigation for Missouri on
Q: I'm still owed 2 weeks of back pay of short term disability. My ex employer being a assclown.

I've sent the email and so did metlife. Kroger pretends they haven't got it. It's only 2 weeks but I needed that 900 bucks that even my HR lady said I'd get.

0 Answers | Asked in Workers' Compensation for Missouri on
Q: If I got hurt on a job and became disabled from this accident how much would my case be worth?

A forklift driver came around a corner to fast and dumped all of the containers he was carrying, causing a herniated disc, 3 back surgeries later I'm disabled.

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Litigation and Landlord - Tenant for Missouri on
Q: What is recourse for atty violating ruling on Motion To Consolidate in separate civil case since it now benefits them

Lease Purchase contract. Home didn’t appraise so lease & sale portions both void. Sellers sue on lease side but argue not to consolidate sale side & win. Case on sale portion upcoming now defense wants to use lease contract portion because it could benefit them. Judge has ruled 2 separate... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Missouri on
Q: seller is tearing down a shed on a property i was supposed to close on in 5 days.the appraisal has the shed in it.

will this devalue my home, should i seek compensation, should they be penalized for not making the closing date

the shed is being tore down because of occupancy

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