It looks like the landlord is keeping the previous tenant’s security deposit as your security deposit in lieu of refunding the previous tenant’s and you depositing a new one. So you have been unjustly enriched unless you repay the previous tenant.
You are entitled to file an amended complaint once as a matter of right without seeking leave of court to do so, as long as it is before the defendant has answered or filed a demurrer. Refer to CCP 472.
Are you prepared to represent me if I have an appeal denial from Office of Federal Operations, and my former federal employer did not abide by OPM RIF Guidelines? My Formal Complaint is for Age Discrimination, Contract Breach, and Numerous WARN Act violations. I was a 79 yr. old 10 pt. Disabled Vet... Read more »
I am sorry but you misunderstand the nature of this Q&A board. This is not a place to ask an attorney to work for you. It would be inappropriate for any attorney to respond to your post with a desire to work for you.
You are going to have to locate and make contact with attorneys,...Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. One option is to sit down with a California civil litigation attorney to review the owner's claims in accordance with the terms of the rental policy. Whether you choose to dispute the claims or negotiate a...Read more »
I assume you signed some sort of contract, work order, or invoice with the moving company? You should review the terms of the agreement to see what it says. It would be best to have an attorney review it for you, but if you cannot afford an attorney, then try to figure out if there are any terms in...Read more »
The plaintiff made the stipulation to settle down something and the defendant signed on it. The defendant had the Judge signed on it 2 weeks later as well. Unfortunately, the defendant realized there were errors in the stipulation at the moment the Judge signed it.. The defendant didn't find... Read more »
If defendant is represented by a lawyer then speak to the lawyer immediately----if no lawyer is involved, then I highly recommend that the defendant immediately contact a lawyer to discuss the specifics of this and determine how to proceed further. Any lawyer will need a copy of the document in...Read more »
I am sorry for your loss. If the space was rented by your boyfriend, they may require proof of authority as a successor (e.g. executor, administrator, trustee) to provide access. It may be that listing you on his contract is ineffective after he passes (like a power of attorney)--to be definite,...Read more »
The city has allowed warehouses to box my house in on all four sides and for the past few years, it has been a living hell with warehouse owners, construction workers, and big rig drivers, noise, etc. My children can no longer be outside to play. I tried Personal Injury attorneys, but they said... Read more »
y a officer who said there were guns on my seat im felon i have been denied any motions due to them being frivilous according to my attorney i was denied a margesden motion by judge im missing stuff that should be in my discovery i had seen some deer cams and as far as i knew no one was supposed to... Read more »
She was listed as a breeder on puppies.com and I purchased a bulldog from her that she said was perfectly healthy, I have all of the messages documented just so you know. Then the morning I got her I messaged the woman to let her know that the dog wasn’t breathing normally and seem to have a lot... Read more »
BA-1029 does not sound like any case number I have ever seen at any of the Superior Courts or Federal Courts in the Bay Area. Not sure what else you could other than simply perform a name search on the local courts around you to see if your name is associated with any cases.
My husband got in a fight with an individual at our apartment complex. The plaintiff falsely claimed to live here, he last lived here in 2019, he was here visiting aunt. We know he lived elsewhere (he told defendant) and records online show different address. Landlord lied to court saying he lived... Read more »
Traffic stops for common people are unconstitutional on its face. You cannot invoke the the 5th or 4th amendments. There has never been full disclosure of the taxes of personal cars operated for private use. If property can be seized for lack of funds does that not go against the due process... Read more »
Operating a motor vehicle on the public roads is privilege extended to persons with a use the public streets and highways. This means you must comply with the law as you are operating a motor vehicle, and when you violate the law you can be held responsible. If you are cited for a motor vehicle...Read more »
In an unlimited civil matter in California, the notice of ruling was emailed only minutes before midnight when the defendant was asleep and didn't get it until the next morning. Is that reasonably acceptable to count that few minutes as one day when counting calendar days for a deadline to... Read more »
Notice given after normal working day hours will not be effective until the next day. But take no chances when calendaring response due dates. Even if you were given notice electronically, such as by email, you ordinarily have an extra two days added to the time you are supposed to take action...Read more »
This just happened on Thanksgiving Day and I need urgent help. They are Anxiously trying to cremate my mother's body and are awaiting a death certificate from Placer County to proceed, even without a Funeral Service!!!
There are so many red flags in this case, and this all developed... Read more »
Attorneys do not bring people to justice for murder, unless they are district attorneys. You need to bring your concerns to the police or sheriff's department in the jurisdiction where the suspicious conduct occurred. A proper investigation can be done, if warranted.
I think I should file a motion ordering the defendent to return property to its rightful owner. Would I need to file a partial summary judgement for ownership then continue civil litigation for damages for the second part
It is unclear what you are trying to do here. It sounds like you have not filed a complaint yet since you state "can I get a motion heard in without filing a cause of action with the complaint in California." If you have not filed a Complaint, then you cannot file a motion with the Court....Read more »
being transformed and not secured properly fell from wheel chair after going head first outta wheelchair as well as deputy no clue to proper securing ..and then driven shackled on floor head smashed into metal floor and cage...and stating more then one time was not secure nor safe l
Also ejectment. does that require counterclaim? Do I specifically have to answer to that?separately? I'm unrecorded coowner in possession for eight years and he's trying to say he didn't know of our claim when he bought from our coowner without our knowledge of sale. Broker and... Read more »
You issue and question is way too specific for an attorney on this cite to give you any meaningful response to. You need to take all your documents and meet with an attorney for a one-on-one consultation.
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