I got divorced in August of 2020. We had 3 dogs while married, one of which I bought from my best friend. When my ex and I sat down to go over our belongings, and who gets to keep what, we had an agreement that she would keep two dogs, and I would keep the one I paid for. This was a verbal... View More
I have three dogs one is documented as my emotional support animal by my doctor of several years. Am I required to inform potential landlords that I have an ESA before I apply to be a tenant ? The rental property I am interested in has a two pet policy, although I have three dogs one is ESA.... View More
Probably not. There are a few limited exceptions to the Fair Housing Act but, unless one of the exceptions applies, the ESA is not considered a pet and therefore should not affect your ability to have two pets.
If you were my client I would advise you to tell the landlord up front that you...View More
In most states the most you can get for the death of a dog is the "market value" of the dog. You may be able to get negligent infliction of emotional distress--suggest you contact a member of the Nv assn for Justice in the county where this happened--they give free consults.
What’s the best route to take to get my money back from them? Unforeseen circumstances arose between the time I paid for the dog and when I was supposed to pick him up so I made the decision to back out. Communication has been terrible it’s been about three weeks since I’ve heard from the... View More
While dog sitting for a friend's dog that dog attacked my dog for no reason And my dog is now dead. Now i have a 300$ cremation bill that until paid we cannot have his remains. I Would Like this paid by the owner or the dog put down. What can be done for some kind of justice?
Unfortunately, while they should pay unlikely the law will say they had to. You knew you were sitting another dog, and you brought your dog. If your firend knew you'd bring your dog, you may have a claim.
This rule is so that they can extort money out of tenants and charge them or raise their rent. They do this every year when tenants get their energy assistance money. They try to take is from them. There are numerous trailers without the required fence and some use boards and and wood fencing.
If the dog isn't under control yes; if it was on a lead, you tightened up when child approached and the child thrust itself at the dog, no. But it's on you to control your dog at all times.And control means that--if it can bite anyone, it's you, not someone else.
It depends on what type of dog insurance you are looking to obtain. The requirements for "paperwork" will depend on the policies and procedures of the insurance company. There are many loopholes for denying coverage for dog bite incidents. Make sure that you understand the policy that...View More
My neighbors dog try to attack me my dog got lose from his lishe try to protect me when they where about to fight my neighbors got between the to dog when She went down my dog bite her But Let Go Right Away Can She Suit Me
Yes, she can probably file a suit against you. Whether she will win is another question.
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