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1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Oregon on
Q: May a landlord use word of mouth to coerce tenants into moving out?

Is it alright for a landlord to declare to tenants an intent to place their home up for sale at an unknown year in the future, so they will begin moving out as soon as possible?

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Jun 12, 2024

Of course a landlord may share their anticipated plans with a tenant. It can help everyone plan. The landlord must still issue the correct written notice etc when the time comes.

0 Answers | Asked in Traffic Tickets for Oregon on
Q: Do you have the right to be appointed legal counsel on a parking ticket.

Parking in a wheelchair only urgent care lot with a properly displayed valid individual handicap placard. If you need to use a wheelchair.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination for Oregon on
Q: Is a cookie baking contest on Eid too religious?

My company denies the contest claiming it’s “too religious.” We celebrate a plethora of other religious holidays and festivals, including a company wide celebration of Diwali. After raising the concern it might be discriminatory, my boss became more and more distant, critical. Within two... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Oregon on
Q: In Oregon state, if breaking a lease (90+ days before move-in), what is the landlord's obligation to find a new tenant?

Rental is an apartment building, whose manager claims there is a waitlist to get in. However, they will not advertise nor communicate lease takeover availability to the waitlist, because they are charging higher rent than what's in the lease. Lease was signed 10 months before move-in date.... View More

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Jun 11, 2024

Much depends upon what the lease says. IF it contains an early termination penalty clause, the landlord is free to assess up to a 1 1/2 mo rent penalty for early termination, according to the written lease provisions. If there is no such pre-payment penalty, the existing tenant can be on the hook... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for Oregon on
Q: I moved in on 10/01/21 got rental agreement on 12/12/23. How many months can they go back

I kept asking for the agreement Never got one until12/12/24.cityof mcminnville won't Put into name. Requested for over a name

How mony moths can they go back to colle beforect

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Domestic Violence for Oregon on
Q: So I have an attorney and I have a strangulation charge on my autistic daughter who is 33 she was having a tantrum

I used a move taught to me for this called ois when do I give my evidence to the DA I went through the 705 page discovery and told my lawyer what is what for each page did a color chart sent my evidence but when does the DA get it..I'm innocent I can prove I did exactly what I was trained to... View More

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Jun 10, 2024

First, you don't seem to post a question for anyone to answer. Second, regardless you should be asking ALL questions to your existing attorney - they are the most qualified to answer and know the details of your case. Finally, you should NOT post any of the details on line. Prosecutors can... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law for Oregon on
Q: My business will be offering rigorous examinations in lieu of a college degree. Could the government legally interfere?

This is how credentialization always should have been. I want to deal directly with employers and ask them to accept credentials from a rigorous comprehensive examination covering ONLY topics in the desired field. I understand certain fields, such as healthcare are government-regulated.

An... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Oregon on
Q: leasing office putting chalk on my car tire almost daily to monitor my parking time, is this harassment or vandalism?

car is parked in the residential legal parking lot. leasing office has sent out an email to all tenants to use their garage solely for parking, but this is not in my lease. have contacted the leasing office that this is becoming harassment as the chalk on my tires almost daily has escalated to... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for Oregon on
Q: why is Oregon keeping most of the child support I receive now leaving me with $30

we've lived together since she was born usually they take $170 but this time I only got $30 back usually I get $148 we have called everybody we can to try to get them to not take child support for our daughter because we've lived together the entire time he is provided for her we... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Oregon on
Q: How can I be charged for a crime I did not commit?

my boyfriend‘s house was rated and I was told I wasn’t in any trouble so I followed the detective up to the house and two cops came out and asked me who’s gun was in the safe and I said I didn’t know when they arrested me, how can I be charged for something that I knew nothing about And... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Oregon on
Q: Can my landlord start eviction process on the weekend- multnomah county oregon

I live in portland, oregon and am on section 8. On the 5th of this month, my landlord informed me section 8 did not pay my rent this month and when she called they told her my recertification was 6 mnths late. She then told me I was responsible for the entire rent amount or she would start... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Oregon on
Q: Can my lanord start eviction process on the weekend- multnomah county oregon

I live in portland, oregon and am on section 8. On the 5th of this month, my landlord informed me section 8 did not pay my rent this month and when she called they told her my recertification was 6 mnths late. She then told me I was responsible for the entire rent amount or she would start... View More

Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Jun 9, 2024

No worries. Eviction suits can only be filed Mon-Fri. Plus they can't file without first having given you a 10 day (no longer just 72 hr) written notice, containing all the required information and having it lawfully served. Even then, once an eviction suit is filed, your first court... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Child Custody for Oregon on
Q: Filing for custody.

Mother's mom has custody with both sides being left open to obtain custody. Neither completed CPS requirements before the case was closed. Do they still need to do those before being able to get custody?

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for Oregon on
Q: Is it legal to terminate due to unpaid utilities if utilities is not in name that is on apartment.
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answered on Jun 10, 2024

Terminating a tenancy due to unpaid utilities when the utilities are not in the tenant's name can be complex and often depends on the lease agreement and local laws. If the lease explicitly states that the tenant is responsible for paying utilities, then failing to pay them could be considered... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Oregon on
Q: How do I file a tort claim against a hospital by myself without retaining an attorney

I was victim of severely negligent medical malpractice in the state of Oregon which resulted in permanent dysfunction of my dominant hand, leaving me permanently disabled and unable to work. Because one of the responsible parties is Oregon Health and Science University, there is a statute of 180... View More

3 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Estate Planning and Family Law for Oregon on
Q: In my divorce it states that I would give him the house with the condition that if anything happens to him the house

Would go to my daughter. He is getting married at the end of this month and my daughter is concerned. How do I protect her interest.

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answered on Jun 5, 2024

That marriage will give spouse rights. Why did your lawyer not get you a life estate/remainder deed at the divorce hearing? You might record a certified copy of the divorce decree in the County of the house, but the surviving spouse might try to ignore it. A contempt action probably does not... View More

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0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Oregon on
Q: I need help with harrassment and discrimination from my boss and trainer. please help me

I have emails and text messages to prove my boss is trying to fire me for no reason AFTER applying for ADA accomodations for a documented disability. I am told one thing, and then I read on my employee file the polar opposite- I went from 36-40 hrs/week to zero- for no reason and no response from... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for Oregon on
Q: Does DHS have the right to share info ex: ss# and remove from a case if there no legal anything established

Can a grandparent go into DHS remove children from mothers case, give their ss numbers and establish child support when there is no legal custody kids are are extended sleep over basically

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