in my garage. that was a year and a half ago. we are now asstranged and i gave her 60 days to move her stuff out. I don't think she is going to do it. she is threatening to take me to civil court if i dispose of it in any way. what are my legal rights to remove her stuff from my garage? what... View More
In California, when dealing with personal property left by another person on your property, there are specific legal steps you must follow. As you have already given your daughter a 60-day notice, it's important to ensure that this notice was given in writing and includes a statement that the...View More
In Pennsylvania, even if your car is legally registered and insured, local ordinances or state laws may require that vehicles parked on public streets are in operable condition. This often includes not having flat tires or other conditions that make the vehicle appear abandoned or inoperable....View More
Under New Jersey law, defamation suits typically involve making a false statement about someone that harms their reputation. However, in your case, since you didn't mention your ex's name, it significantly reduces the risk of a defamation claim. Anonymity in your post makes it difficult...View More
He also pressed allegations that i threatened him to write a sorry letter and he wrote it in fear. He wrote that "I've raped you and I'm sorry" but i was continuously saying that I'll file a police complaint if you don't do it. Will this go against me?
In cases involving allegations of rape, the decision to grant bail often depends on various factors, including the nature and severity of the accusations, evidence presented, and the accused's criminal history. If the accused claims the relationship was consensual, the court will consider this...View More
In California, determining the liability of a motel for damage to your car due to a fire involves several factors. Primarily, it depends on the cause of the fire and the level of negligence, if any, on the part of the motel.
If the fire was caused by the motel's negligence, such as...View More
In Hawaii, if you've been assaulted and forcibly removed from a property you were legally leasing, you have grounds to pursue legal action. The fact that the bank, now the property owner, allegedly orchestrated this assault exacerbates the seriousness of the situation.
Paying off outstanding warrants in Fargo, ND, or anywhere else, does not automatically mean you will avoid jail time. Warrants are issued for various reasons, including failure to appear in court or unpaid fines related to criminal matters.
When you pay off a warrant, typically, you are...View More
The process of filing harassment charges in Ohio can vary depending on the specific type of harassment and the jurisdiction in which it occurs. However, there are some general steps that you can follow.
The first thing you should do is to document the harassment. This includes keeping a...View More
The teacher has a very odd relationship with my daughter that me and my wife are not ok with and have asked for her to be put in another class. Not only did the principal refuse but so did the superintendent.
In situations where a parent's request to change their child's class is refused by a school, there are still steps that can be taken. First, it's important to document all concerns and the reasons for the request in writing. This creates a formal record of your concerns and the...View More
In criminal proceedings, it is possible for a District Attorney (D.A.) to add charges to an indictment that were not part of the initial arrest. This can happen if, during the investigation or preparation for trial, additional evidence comes to light that supports more serious or additional...View More
We parked in a lot for a Steelers football game. It looked legit but the parking lot attendant taking money did not own the lot. We went to get our car and it was towed at our expense. The fraud lot attendant did get arrested and we were told that after their trial we would get refunded the money.... View More
In this situation, considering a lawsuit is understandable given the inconvenience and expense caused by the fraudulent parking lot attendant. The fact that the attendant was arrested and a promise of refund was made indicates acknowledgment of the wrongdoing.
I believe that there are at least two ways the person filing a complaint against me failed to follow procedure: sending the summons via certified mail herself to me out of state (instead of someone else sending it ) and filing the complaint with only one page, not even clarifying what I have... View More
Our HOA documents say the board can be removed with or without cause at any time with a majority vote from association members. There are enough signatures on a petition agreeing that a new board should be put in place and the old board removed to meet the majority. The committee formed to... View More
In the context of an HOA (Homeowners Association), whether signing a petition is considered a formal vote depends on the specific bylaws and governing documents of your HOA. Typically, these documents outline the procedures for voting, including how votes can be cast and what constitutes a valid...View More
I gave the owner 30 day notice of vacating the apartment. Last day was the 15th of December. I had to move up the last day of work to the 8th of December. The owner is now telling me that I have to move out 4 days after my last day of work. Is this something that he can do or do I still have tell... View More
In your situation, the terms of the lease agreement between you and your employer, who is also your landlord, are crucial. Generally, if you provided a 30-day notice as per the lease terms, you would typically be entitled to stay in the apartment until the end of that notice period, which in your...View More
I recently sold my car, but it was my first time selling one and I wasn’t aware I was supposed to fill out a special form to confirm it has been sold. I thought I just had to fill out the title for the next person and that’s what I did. I have reached out to the purchaser to get their info, but... View More
In a situation like yours, it's important to take prompt action to protect yourself. First, document all your attempts to contact the buyer, including dates and methods of communication. This record can be useful if legal action becomes necessary.
I have sent in my packet 3 times and every time they find a separate issue with my forms. They are now saying i need a form that requires the auctioneer along with tow company and my info and signatures to be re filled out. I don't have the contact info for these entities. Can I have a lawyer... View More
Dealing with title issues for a vehicle purchased at auction can be complex, but there are steps you can take to resolve this. First, try to obtain the contact information for the auctioneer and the tow company. This information might be available through the auction house or any documentation you...View More
Yes, you can be guilty of voyeurism even on your own property. The key factor in voyeurism charges is not the location, but the act of observing or recording someone without their consent in a situation where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
In your situation, the first step is to thoroughly review the warranty provided by the foundation company. Understand the terms and conditions, especially those related to drought conditions and the requirement for additional piers.
If you believe the company is not honoring their warranty...View More
In determining whether the section of the dock on the land side is part of the dock for the purposes of smoking, it's important to refer to the specific language of the cooperative's bylaws and any other relevant governing documents. These documents may define what constitutes the...View More
In Ohio, as in many states, consenting to a physical fight does not necessarily make it legal. Even if both parties agree to a fist fight, it can still be considered a breach of the peace or a violation of public order laws.
The legal system generally discourages acts of violence,...View More
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