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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law for Nevada on
Q: is it possible to sue for negligence (still under warranty) even though the company is no longer licensed ?

I'm looking to sue a solar panel company that is no longer in service (recently just discovered) due to negligence on install an failure to follow through on the contract that states they will warranty the roof against leaks and restore the roof at the end of agreement. (last month the final... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Nevada on
Q: What am I able to do to get my apartment to fix damage and possible mold? Can I refuse to pay untill problem resolved?

My upstairs neighbors had a fish tank break causing water to leak through my ceiling, under my kitchen cabinets, stove, and in my living space. The maintenance people told me multiple times after calling them to come look at it that they would call a drywall person and they told me the date that... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Construction Law and Contracts for Nevada on
Q: My mother is having a backyard in ground pool installed, contract includes a cement deck, price changed after completion

The contractor added a $1300 charge to add metal mesh as is required by city building code.

1 wouldn't the bid have to be for a deck that meets required building code.

2 I'm feeling like he is trying to take advantage of my 79 yr old mother.

We keep finding that he... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Nevada on
Q: I am selling a property in Las Vegas NV that is titled in my name and has been since 2006 when a quit claim deed

executed and recorded at the county recorder and yet the title co want her to sign a document or provide the death certificate (my wife is deceased) & they are telling me quit claim i no good. Do they have the legal authority to demand this

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jan 26, 2022

The title company has no legal authority. Sell to someone else or hire a competent NV attorney to handle the conveyance. There are some very good NV lawyers here on Justia.

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Nevada on
Q: What am I able to do to force my apt to fix the damages and possible black mold that maybe causing my athsma to irritate

As a resident of Las Vegas I had upstairs neighbor break a fish tank that caused water seepage into my living room, the kitchen light, under the stove, cabinets, and bubbling in the ceiling. My maintenance people told me multiple times they were setting an apt with a drywall company but they never... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Nevada on
Q: younger sister has been employed for 7 weeks at taco bell. they just let her go because her age

residing in las vegas. younger sister has been

employed for 7 weeks at taco bell, they just let her

go because they said they didn't realize she was 15

( not old enough) is this something we could sue for

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination for Nevada on
Q: I Am pregnant and work at a school boss is denying time off to go to doctors appointment says licensing is coming.

Is licensing coming a valid reason to deny medical leave for doctors apt.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Nevada on
Q: Can my ex put our son in a school without my permission?

My ex husband and I share 50/50 custody of our sons. We agreed to pull our 5 year old out of kindergarten due to us believing he is not ready for school yet. We had agreed not to force him to go to dads when he is refusing to go and now he is also forcing him to go after telling him he wouldn’t.... Read more »

Bonnie M Lonardo
Bonnie M Lonardo answered on Jan 25, 2022

this answer depends on your decree. if you both share joint legal custody, it is customary for both parents to be involved in this type of school decision - unless your decree states differently. Further, giving a five year old the right to decide on custody/timeshare is not something a judge... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Small Claims for Nevada on
Q: Can the co-signer of my car (sister) sue me for making a payment without my knowledge even though I paid it this month?

My sister co-signed for my car and made a payment this month without informing me first but I had already scheduled/paid for the month. She’s now trying to take me to small claims for the amount.

Because we both paid this month, the double payment was taken off the principle — it’s... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Nevada on
Q: I quit and I want to know if my final check has to be given in 7 business days or 7 calender days.

So if my last day after a two week notice was on day 1 the seven days for final check would start on day 2 correct? I asked when they would get me my last check they stated it would be next pay period which is 11 days from my separation. Thank you in advanced.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law for Nevada on
Q: Is it 7 business days ( days of operation of the company) or is it seven calendar days.

So if my last day after a two week notice was on day 1 the seven days for final check would start on day 2 correct? I asked when they would get me my last check they stated it would be next pay period which is 11 days from my separation. Thank you in advanced.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law for Nevada on
Q: Can a hearing date be moved without a pro se litigant being notified? If not, what can I do about the outcome?

I had a hearing scheduled for my case get postponed until another hearing scheduled for 21 days later occurred. However, the judge and opposing party both were in court on the date for MY case but were discussing the other case. I almost didn't show up, even called the clerk of the court to... Read more »

Bonnie M Lonardo
Bonnie M Lonardo answered on Jan 25, 2022

Hearing dates are fluid and are constantly subject to being changed for many different reasons some of which can be due to the court's calendar or counsel's conflict. If a court hearing is changed, you should have received a notice giving you the new hearing date. Although I understand... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Health Care Law for Nevada on
Q: Can a hospital staff administer COVID vaccine without concent?

I was seriously injured in an automobile accident in which I was transported to UMC trauma. I was treated for my car accident broken sternum bruise lungs impact bruising and some other injuries and was released for 24 hours later. When I left I noticed that in my paperwork I was given the Pfizer... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Medical Malpractice for Nevada on
Q: Can a hospital staff without consent administer the COVID 19 vaccine if they can’t find immunization on file?

I got in a serious car wreck and broke my sternum, some deep bruising And other injuries. I was taken to umc trauma stayed over night was released the next day and my discharge papers read that I was given the Pfizer COVID 19 vaccine administered by this admission for not having immunization on... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Nevada on
Q: Does Nevada have a five day Attorney Review of a real estate contract law?

In other words. Can a seller back out of a real estate sales agreement that has no contingencies at all within 5 days in the state of Nevada?

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Civil Litigation for Nevada on
Q: What happens to a judgment in Nevada if the affidavit of renewal is not received by the defendant?

An affidavit of renewal was filed with the court, but the defendant did not receive a copy. The addresses on the affidavit of service did not reflect the defendant's address. Does the plaintiff need to show proof of service by filing the return receipt with the affidavit of service?

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for Nevada on
Q: NRS 375.090 Property Transfer Tax Exemptions....#5...what does this mean?

We purchased a property and put the title in our son's name, when we decided to add the other son, full brothers, same father, and within days of the first transaction, we are told that we have to pay the property transfer tax again. Looking at exemption #5 of NRS 375.090....I believe that... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law, Child Custody, Child Support and Libel & Slander for Nevada on
Q: Should I keep my children home from visits until case management and how should I say this in paperwork?

I have been the primary caregiver. My children have resided with me 98% of the time since birth. Father claimed one child on his taxes fraudulently and kept childs stimulus money one year and I did nothing. The second year he did it again. I asked him to be physically present more or to pay more... Read more »

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