To get a definitive opinion, you will probably have to pay an attorney to research this for you. If you want to take a shot at it yourself, check the Marin County Code and any Fairfax ordinances. However, as with most neighbor disputes, you should try to come to some agreement. Try speaking with...Read more »
My tenant agreed to allow a person to park a small bus under the carport of the single family home she rents from me. The agreement was for $20.00 a month and things went smoothly for the last 6 months until my tenant noticed the van was being plugged into her elec. and her water was being used.... Read more »
You should retain the services of a lawyer experienced in landlord-tenant rights. Since the tenant made the deal with the owner of the bus to store the vehicle on property she rents, it is her responsibility to deal with her subtenant. However, if the tenant grants you authority to deal with the...Read more »
I recently received a civil citation for possession of alcohol on the beach in Huntington Beach CA. The fine associated with the ticket is $125. I was considering contesting due to financial hardship as I'm a recent graduate and still have $75k plus in student loan debt that I am actively... Read more »
If you can offer proof that the date of the ticket is the wrong day, i.e. some evidence of where you were at the same time on the day the ticket was dated, then you might have a good shot at getting a not guilty for the ticket. You'll have to contest it by appearing and pleading not guilty....Read more »
I'm a musician. I play live solo acoustic guitar some evenings in my apartment for friends and friends of friends etc. All my sets are cover songs from various artists. I receive many requests that differ on each evening of course. Each guest usually contributes between $10 - $20. Some... Read more »
You may be violating your lease, zoning, and/or licensing laws relating to music venues. You may need contracts with the additional musicians. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read...Read more »
Recently, at 11pm, I had to find a parking spot in a packed neighborhood in LA. I found a parking spot in the area I outlined on the picture: http://i.imgur.com/RIDc0yE.jpg However, there was a sign saying that parking from 10pm to 6am was prohibited http://i.imgur.com/RjUz0Un.jpg Since there were... Read more »
No attorney that I am aware of handles parking tickets from a defense perspective. While I have done it for a city--rare experience--most parking tickets are not worth the effort to fight considering the cost of legal services compared to paying the ticket or the reward of winning.
Do I need a California Driver's License? I intend to go back to my permanent address in Canada. I did some research and found this website, but I wanted to confirm: http://www.getty.edu/osip/pdfs/driving_terms.pdf
Depends how temporary. In most states you can get by with an international drivers license but its 10 days after you become a california resident. You can always ask the Canadian consulate out there or the embassy in DC
Santa Barbara Municipal Code Title 28 requires public notice mailed from the city of Santa Barbara to all homeowners within 300 ft. of a proposed project. The issue of why no notice was given was addressed to City Council prior to approval of the proposal (closing out main street to thru vehicle... Read more »
Do you have evidence that the notice was not actually posted? If so, you may file a complaint about the city council's actions with the city. That is the first step in addressing a grievance: an administrative complaint. Thereafter, if your grievance is not satisfactorily resolved, you may...Read more »
What's the purpose of the upgrade? You're connected to the city's sewer lines? More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors,...Read more »
they want my property look clean and beautiful theirs nothing dangerous I have 1/3 ancre supervisor wants to overlap us with city of perris we live in Mead Valley California look were it says I live ???
The county laws should apply to your property. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications...Read more »
The commercial property owner neighboring my commercial property raised the ground elevation behind my building to provide landscaping. A tree and shrubs were planted there and the root systems egressed into the lower wall of our building compromising the building stucco and pushed the wall stud... Read more »
More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law practice website. I practice law in...Read more »
Without knowing more, I would point out that your PD is responsible for defending you in your particular case, not necessarily assisting you in making legal arguments or points that are unrelated to defending you. You always have the option of finding and paying for a private attorney.
they said their a law not having trash services, i couldn't find it, city org, stops me from getting loan, losing my house because of property taxes are so high, paying a huge amount plus on a 5 year plan buying one year i couldn't pay, the taxes are to high, and the city after 20 years... Read more »
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