at 7:24pm my daughter was on her way home from two doors down and a car came from behind her and hit her till she fell on the floor and then ran her leg over and did not stop . The manger is not helpful and makes us sign a paper saying no one is allowed to have vistors unless the fill out a... Read more »
You can sue the manager of the apartment complex and the owner if it knew or had reason to know of a danger to residents from some condition on the property that made it dangerous for pedestrians. If there was a history of other pedestrians being hit by vehicles that would be useful....Read more »
Our contract specifically stated we will settle through arbitration out of court. They told me through email if I don't turn in keys by yesterday, they will start proceedings today. My colleague walked into the office to pay them 2 months rent but they would not accept. We had paid whittle a month... Read more »
Go to the Sacramento County Bar Association's Lawyer Referral service and request a referral to a lawyer or law firm which can fight this battle for you. It seems like the landlord is trying to breach the lease because of the increased cost of the utilities. You may have a good case and should...Read more »
Motel 6 kicked me and my family out after my kids got impetigo that the doctor said could come from the swimming pool area. the judge that we had for our initial trial was an attorney taking the place of a judge civil code 1940 2. 5 with violated also 827 section beat was violated within this... Read more »
I have lived here 2 years went to open kitchen cabinet and nob broke and sliced my pointer finger and my thumb to led to me at er were i had to get xrays to see if bone was ok because it was filleted so bad then i ended up with 14 stitches all together with numbness now in my 2 fingers and down... Read more »
When we first moved in the cabinet Knob Broke off and cut my boyfriend's fingers and it wasn't too bad so we never really paid too much attention to it well recently I had opened the cabinet and it has sliced my fingers two of them all the way to the Bone I have 14 stitches in my hand which is... Read more »
In probate court, the respondent can object orally at the hearing; the respondent does not have to file an objection with the court within 30 days of being served with a petition. Probate court is not like civil court when it comes to the pleading stage.
There's a roommate I had that refused to pay the last bill of a utility, well his portion anyway. Long story short, its not a big amount but he turned out to be really rude to alot of people so I wanted to know if i could sue him in small claim court so he doesn't get away with not paying just... Read more »
Yes. There is no lower limit amount you can sue for in small claims court. Before you can sue, you must make a demand for payment to the person. If you do not know how to use the court, see if your county has a free small claims adviser. You can consult with, but not be represented by, a lawyer...Read more »
Says if i have to replace IT I'm raising the rent...so 20+ yrs. No new carpet dads bought all the major appliances several times first major prob leak pipe 'll fixes n then evic notice taped to door 60 days get out dads handicapped and has 20 yrs of stuf to pack n move where???????
If a tenant has lived at a place for more than a year, the landlord must provide them with a 60 day notice. The landlord, owner, is able to recover possession for his property so long as the landlord does not violate laws. The basic idea is that a person can get back what rightfully belongs to...Read more »
Moved in with a 1 year lease agreement. #1 A/C tech's have been out 6 times, with issues of wasps, and other issues beyond my control, still not fixed. supposed to be here again tomorrow., this issue has been ongoing for 9 weeks. #2 stove was removed on june 14th, had no cooking source for 5... Read more »
Make sure that your requests for repairs is in writing. You may also consider filing a complaint with the City Code Enforcement Unit. Once a complaint has been filed with Code Enforcement, a code enforcement officer should be in touch with you to take your complaint. From that point and...Read more »
There has been constant owner change but this current one I call him corrupt, the reason is because my family and I follow the rules on paper he has sent us but when other tenants disobey them and end up hurting us like littering, peeing, pooping, threaten us, discriminate us, vandalize, park in... Read more »
I moved out 15 days prior to the ending of the 1 year contract which they said they would except if I gave ample notice, which I did, and they had a forwarding address and my current employer. I was never notified until their lawyer filed to garnish my wages from my employer 2 years after I moved... Read more »
It sounds like the landlord was able to get a judgment against you and that is why your landlord is garnishing your wages. If you have no idea what type of lawsuit your landlord filed or what the issue is because you were never served the documents, you may file paperwork to set aside the...Read more »
I was supposed late 4 times on rent this year. In july the park manager supposedly put a 3day 60 day notice to pay or quit on my door. When i returned home no such notice was there. Supposed they sent a certified letter....i never signed for any letter. I paid the rent in july....was $5... Read more »
Unfortunately, if you are late on your rent, the landlord properly served you with 3-day notice to pay rent or quit and you did not pay during the specified time period on the notice, the landlord does not have to accept your rent. If the landlord does not accept your rent, your landlord can...Read more »
Ive lived in fathers house for 9 years with his assistance. He passed, but he was cohersed by my uncle into doing his trust over, since I was suppose to have passed by now. My fathers wishes were for me to take everything he has, but wanted my uncle to get 100k and handguns. Now Ive been served a... Read more »
If you worked and were not paid, you are entitled to at least the minimum wage for all hours that you worked. It may well be that there are other Labor Code violations that occurred as well. Your best next move is to locate and consult with an experienced employment law attorney as soon as...Read more »
It is only a few days away...also, he comes around property breaking in, following us around town has removed our belongings from home, sends and brings other people to home. Controls water access to the point of us now being boarded up he. Literally much more. Can anyone please help?
I was given cdiffby given too many antibiotics cdiff is when your probiotics are completely wiped out my imune system can not fght this virus if i contact it it is almost most likely a death sentence this guy spitsall over out side. He pees on floor never washes handsabd yesterday he wiped I walk... Read more »
This property where I live was gifted to me by a woman with whom I lived here with for many years. The deed was put in my name by her in 2007. She passed away in 2010. A little less than two years ago her daughter and son-inlaw showed up here from out of state. They have been trying to stake a... Read more »
My subtenant gave her 30 day notice on July 15, 2019 for her month to month Sublease and plans to move out by August 14, 2019. Since she paid last month deposit, am I obligated to refund her a portion of the last month deposit since she is moving out mid-month?
I lived on a ranch in a trailer that i did not own in exchange for taking care of the cows and other ranch duties, and earned money as an electrician off ranch. One day after work I got home and the trailer I was living in, and everything I owned in a pile of rubble. The ranch owner decided to... Read more »
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