I have been living there for just over two months. I am active duty military and I just got back from a deployment. I was recently informed that they want me to move out so they can turn my room into an office space because they are no longer occupying the office space they are renting in another... Read more »
Very sorry to hear that an active duty US military is being treated this way. Of course you have the absolute right to enforce your rental agreement and tell them you are not moving out until it is up. IMO you don't need to subject yourself to this stress. What I would do is negotiate with...Read more »
They refuse to work out. Would of settled 2mo. No charge but no more. Ive hadit.$500-700$+ rent overcharges manager refuses to make good, belittles me, harassed, maintenance guy violated privacy, theft never sent letters i wrote to owner & seriously MORE issues!!
For residential rental issues involving a mentally challenged person: contact Disability Rights Advocates https://dralegal.org/contact-us/ or check with your local bar association for a referral to another non-profit
My boyfriend is part of a civil case, I’m scheduled to deliver my baby by csection august 19th. The other parties lawyer is now trying to serve me with deposition papers (assuming anyway, as a process server has been looking for me places I haven’t been) also knowing when my csection date is.... Read more »
Will they reschedule? You say the other attorney is being a Jerk (comes with the territory you know) so who can say? SHOULD they reschedule? Yes, they should. Must they reschedule? If you properly ask the Judge, yes. No judge is going to make a woman in labor or one in post partum give a...Read more »
Situation: Plaintiff with a medically diagnosed disability files a lawsuit. Plaintiff is scheduled to be deposed. Plaintiff requests as an accommodation that a real-time written transcript be provided during deposition to accommodate Plaintiff's medically diagnosed Auditory Processing... Read more »
This is a very interesting question because it involves a cross over between Civil Procedure law and ADA reasonable accommodation law. I presume that you are Plaintiff and you are representing yourself, so welcome to the quicksand called Civil Litigation. I think your proposed answer is very...Read more »
My daughter pled no contest to battery/property damage 3 years ago and in addition to community service was ordered to pay victim restitution. She was placed on a payment plan and has fulfilled all her probation requirements as well as making each payment on time. We were told after her probation... Read more »
Mr. Gribow and Mr. Karas both provided good answers to this question the first time you posted it, a day ago. You are not clear what the problem is. Since daughter is the defendant, she is not going to file a civil action to enforce, but she could need to defend if the victim does. The...Read more »
The lawyer filed for an extension for a defendant's answer in a civil process. Plaintiff requested the lawyer to produce a defendant's consent to act in that civil process. The lawyer failed and refused to produce it. Plaintiff suspects that the lawyer was not hired by defendant, but by... Read more »
When an attorney files a document with the Court in a litigation they become the attorney of record unless they also file simultaneously a notice of limited representation. A plaintiff is not entitled to receive a "Defendant's consent" this is something that insurance companies can...Read more »
If you pay them they will dismiss the case or tell the Court on the date of trial that it settled. Usually you get a settlement agreement signed by all in advance of sending any money, to protect yourself.
Yes, the defendant has to be served at least 15 days before the hearing if the Defendant resides in the same county as the Court and 20 days before the hearing if they do not. CCP 346 (a) does not exist. 346 has to do with An action to redeem a mortgage of real property. It is not the time...Read more »
So I live in my dad’s house and my sister used to a couple of months before. My parents bought her an iPad that she had eventually left at my dad’s house. She still left her iMessage login. A lot of family issues came up with my parents divorce and I uncovered a message on the notifications bar... Read more »
I freelance as a QB accountant and doing this for one of my clients. Their bank produced years of checks, but can only tell me which financial institution they were presented. I need to find out the name and account number from the respective banks. It is several thousand dollars.
In a specific situation, a friend of mine who's finally said something about what they had to endure in their seventh grade year. This was about two years ago. What had happened was that their bag which contained their Hmong cultural clothes and very clearly had her name on it was stolen by... Read more »
First, the person who was wronged needs to post for themselves, otherwise this is just an "I am curious" posting. Claims against public agencies are subject to a requirement for the presentation of an administrative claim usually within 180 days, of injury. Since this happened two years...Read more »
Creditors are allowed by law to sell the debts owed to them by others, banks do it all the time, with respect to mortgages. You still owe the debt, but you may be in a better position to buy it out at a discount.
I was a beneficiary in a revocable living trust the trustees stole and fails to do anything personal property pictures personal artifacts was stolen asset not reported bank accounts stolen that's it now I need to do a fiduciary duty breach myself
Sorry to hear you had problems. This forum is in California, perhaps you should post for Oklahoma? You need to contact an attorney in Oklahoma to assist you, suggest you find a Probate Attorney in Oklahoma. If you want to do it yourself, you will need to learn the rules about Civil Litigation in...Read more »
I am looking for help in a civil matter. I was summoned but not home a the time. I would like guidance on this if possible. What steps are needed? What is the worst outcome? Can I go to jail. How can this be resolved?
We have a fideicomiso translativo de Dominio, in Baja California Mexico. Power of attorney from bank expired in 2014 and I want to know how this impacts the corporation's status with the bank and with the shareholders? Does the board have the authority to manage the property? I'm... Read more »
Since this appears to involve both Nevada and Mexican laws, you need to consult with attorneys that practice in those areas. This forum does not have a Mexican Law jurisdiction area to post, try Nevada. Maybe someone can refer you to an attorney that practices in Mexico.
if she thought it was continued because of what the online portal said. She also says in her motion she was CERTAIN it had been continued. And yet, she didn’t call or actually verify with a court clerk. I thought it was continued too but when I called I got them after hours so I went up anyway... Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a GENERAL matter, such situations do arise when a company is sold to another. Their ability to continue billing you might be addressed in the membership agreement. If it is not expressly addressed, it's...Read more »
Received a letter from court. We already paid deposit in the early of June and did not receive any response from court clerk :no estimation of fee, no any response. When I asked court clerk last week, I was told the fee should be paid by e-filing only. The court issue a CIvil Filing Rjection... Read more »
Your situation is being affected by the corona virus interference with the court's operations. Here's what you can do. Go to the Superior Court's website for the county in which your matter is filed. On the main page, there should be announcements about the effect of the covid-19...Read more »
A Paralegal used her husband to serve legal documents to the opposing counsel days before a court appearance. Not an employee of the firm. Responses to motions were served to opposing counsel during after hours. The building was closed and according to the husband on the proof of service, he stated... Read more »
A proof of service is signed under penalty of perjury, it must be signed by the person doing the actual service. Other than that there is no other requirement of status, like being an employee of a firm or paralegal service. If I were hearing this case I would postpone the hearing so the attorney...Read more »
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