A friend rented from a private house in McHenry County. There was an issue with monies owed but my friend has paid the back rent. There is no lease involved. The landlord had agreed to pay the utilities but did not and the water was shut off.
Conflict arose concerning the utility shut... Read more »
I'm sorry your post remains open for four weeks. This is really something an Oklahoma attorney would need to advise on, as laws for determining abandonment could vary by jurisdiction. An attorney should be able to advise as to what good faith measures you would need to take to demonstrate due...Read more »
I'm sorry for your difficult situation. Texas attorneys would be most knowledgeable in directing you toward resources that might be helpful, but your post remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to reach a Texas attorney for meaningful input, maybe you could start looking at resources on this...Read more »
You can sue the landlord in Superior Court to force a repair (AKA extermination of the roaches) and obtain damages for failure to repair. If you live in a rental house, you also have the option of informing the landlord that you intend to repair the situation yourself by hiring your own licensed...Read more »
Recently I received an email from a paralegal asking if I’d recieved a check. A PDF was attached with a partition sale documents showing my final proceeds to be about 1.5% of my perceived value of the land that had been in my family for decades; after expenses. About 2 years ago my 2 sisters has... Read more »
It is unlikely that you can reverse the process at this late stage, and it will be useful to understand why you ignored the issue so long. But, in many circumstances, Virginia law in partition rulings is not final for two years after the final order. That might help, but you need to start...Read more »
A subpoena request was made to a company (i.e. AT&T) to provide phone records. The company deliberately provided incomplete records under the direction of the entity who requested the subpoena.(i.e. police department)
The incomplete records were knowingly used to, obtain an arrest warrant,... Read more »
She took $30,000 from our cd account and took my name off. She been sleeping with a guy at the shop she worked in. She appoint him to cut my hair. She left our residence to fellow her affair for a year and a half. Still getting paid for service, but not rendering services .Which ended in a child.... Read more »
You need to speak with an attorney about your situation. No one can give you advice about whether your divorce is proper and / or if you have any recourse about the funds taken until they review your paperwork and discuss your case with you.
--Regina Edwards | www.EdwardsFamilyLaw.com |...Read more »
I was renting a house with a few military friends, all three of us were on the lease. I decided to get a place of my own and move out early. Both other tenants and the landlord was notified and I would receive no penalty. An addendum was signed and I was told by landlord and tenants that I would... Read more »
Sue the co-tenant who received your share of the security deposit in small claims court. Whether it is worth your time and effort is a value judgment on your part. It is not worth hiring and paying a lawyer for this amount.
I live in a Common Interest Community; and have been accused of putting materials [such a paint, drywall, construction materials, etc...] down the drain. There was damage to their bathroom with this stuff coming up out of their drain. The plumbing is shared between mine and the neighboring unit. I... Read more »
I'm sorry for your difficult situation. You could ask to see the report and conclusions of the plumber whose determination is used to establish liability. If those findings are against you, you could consider the option of contacting a plumber of your own for a second opinion. If some sort of...Read more »
My home office was broken into while I was away. And ex-employee broke into a locked filing cabinet. Jumped threw every hoop they asked, including filing a police report. I also filed with the BBB, OCC and a couple of others. After 6 months of getting the runaround, I get a letter from the OCC... Read more »
Sorry to hear an ex-employee robbed you. Did you check your insurance policy of you are covered for employee dishonesty? Some policies have automatic coverage like $5K-$15K.How were the monies taken, by ACH/wire/check?
my son lived with me for 2 years and I did not recieve any financial help from the mother. Now he lives with her and the Attorney general is taking more than 50% of my paycheck to pay back what they think I owe for the 2 years he was with me. I have zero problem paying my child support I just cant... Read more »
There is evidence of adultery. Can an immediate divorce be granted being we have a covenant marriage? What steps can I take right now to ensure my kids and I are ok? He left me with a ton of financial debt and refused often to pay the arrangements we set.
One question - is it truly non refundable. If so, can I get a credit to use at a later date. However, when I asked about that they said they would extend a one time courtesy for me to do that, but if I canceled that date, then I would lose the money.
You raise a valid point. However, the handling of such deposits as a general rule is usually governed by terms of the underlying agreement. You could check with an attorney in Oregon as to any state laws that might serve to protect you, or if the attorney could offer a brief, inexpensive consult to...Read more »
An attorney who practices in Oregon could best advise on your options here, whether arbitration (as you list), small claims, or other. But your question remains open for two weeks. It isn't fully clear if you mean the mechanic has been showing up at your place for the past two weeks (which the...Read more »
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