I had a home invasion on the Their property a year ago dec 11. And it was due an ex employee. on jan 12 they forced me step down and are forcing me to move in 30 days... Along with I was not informed I would be moving and working with a sex offender. Considering the trama I went through when I... View More
Under California law, your situation involves several serious issues, including workplace discrimination, negligence, and potential safety concerns. Firstly, California's Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits discrimination in employment based on race, sex, and other protected...View More
If you have suffered physical harm or injury due to the presence of a foreign object in a product you purchased, you might have grounds to pursue a product liability claim against the manufacturer, distributor, or seller. Consultation with an attorney would be recommended to evaluate the specific...View More
A notice of grading non-compliance has been recorded on our property title for non-compliance with the California building code. We are moving earth to plant 300 avocado and citrus trees. A stop work order has been issued under the building code, but no code section was cited. There is no building... View More
The California Building Code (CBC) primarily regulates construction and building safety standards. While the CBC does contain provisions related to grading and excavation, they are limited to the context of construction and building projects. The code provides standards for site preparation,...View More
In the case of Almond Alliance vs Fish and Game Commission, what is the difference between bees having to be fish and insects having their own section in the CESA? Why not file for an amendment for the CESA to have a section for them?
Bees are not fish, and it is unclear why this question is being asked in the context of agricultural law and environmental law for California. The Almond Alliance vs Fish and Game Commission case likely does not involve the classification of bees as fish.
I like to collect rocks & minerals on local beaches in California and would like to start selling these on Etsy and my own website. Is that legal? I plan to polish some of the rocks using a tumbler and other polishing equipment and also plan to turn the rocks into jewelry. Some of them I would... View More
In general, it is legal to sell rocks and minerals that you find on a beach, as long as you have permission to be on the beach and are not removing rocks or minerals from protected areas, such as state or national parks. However, there may be certain restrictions or regulations regarding the...View More
I do pest control and i get paid for on the clock hours only. My trips to my first a lnd last jobs are not covered. My company has recently made my commute more then 20-30 miles away and i now spent approximately 2.5-3 plus hours in my day unpaid. I also can not start early (to help me avoid heavy... View More
My father died last month. His Trust is signed and has shared Co-executors- my sister and stepmother. My stepmother is unhappy with the Trust as written and has started stealing and and selling assets (cattle, trucks, ranching equipment) whose loss of value to the Trust is thus far, $200,000. We... View More
We desperately need it this year but the sheriff's department took it because it wasn't registered in my neighbors name is that legal and no it wasn't stolen it was given to us by a farmer they had to go out of business and the sheriff's department did a search and seizure... View More
our quad that is not registered in the state of California and is used as a firefighting implement on a property was taken by the sheriff's department because it wasn't up to date on a registration is that legal
The property owner (be that the city or a private owner) may be liable if the limbs fell due to improper maintenance. You can report this to your car or home insurance for them to pursue against the owner of the property. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue....View More
The sheep on our unoccupied farm were spooked in the middle of night by neighbor's dog and a few ran out onto the road through the opening of a small creek (dry at the time) that runs through the property. We are not allowed to close this opening as it could hinder passage of rain runoff.... View More
My attorney spent one year subpoenaing my medical records. He post poned all QME appointments. Now he has asked me to settle my claims at an amount I question then he told me I had to take his suggestion or come pick up my files.
Is an injured worker allowed to have the defense provide an... View More
You may (1) Sign a Notice of Dismissal of Attorney, then (2) speak with or write to the defense attorney freely. You can request an 'accounting' but there is nothing in the Labor Code requiring the defense attorney provide you with anything. YOU ARE entitled to an attorney who can...View More
We live at the bottom of a hill. The neighbor behind us has a home at the top of the hill, and owns most of the property in between. Many years ago we removed all of the berry bushes growing on our property. But just over the fence, there is about 10 yards deep of berry bushes still growing... View More
You can claim trespass if their bushes are over the property line. If they don't respond to written requests from an attorney, litigation may be required. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an...View More
Marijuana was planted for rope and soil health pre WWI. We currently eradicate marijuana with herbicides and grow corn and soybeans. Costco sells hemp seeds from Thailand and paper can be made from the fiber (instead of trees)...what is the possibility of growing legal marijuana on the farm?
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