The took money from me and I had nothing to do with what they found they sent a letter pursuant to ocga 9-16-11(b) so just this past Monday the driver of the car went to court and told the truth that i didn’t know anything about what was in his car how can I get my money back
After the law enforcement takes your property, the State must file a civil forfeiture complaint against you, with notice. You then have 30 days to file an answer to the complaint. Once your answer has been filed, a hearing will be scheduled within 60 days. It is important to timely file an answer...Read more »
Your question remains open for four weeks and is really something on which a Georgia attorney could provide the most meaningful input, in terms of Georgia law governing procedure and evidence. However, as a general matter throughout all jurisdictions, the use of experts is usually dictated by the...Read more »
She has the key and alarm key fob for my home. Her belongings are taking up space. We have no written lease. She refuses to return phone calls or text messages. We have no way to communicate with her. How do we get her out of our home?
Verbal understandings regarding anything to do with real property--including rent--are unenforceable; neither she nor you is bound by whatever was agreed. However, to protect yourself I would change all the locks and start legal eviction proceedings.
My HOA charges $150/ month, and I believe this is far too much. They argue that the fee is high because they are trying urge owners to give the pet away rather than agree to pay the fee. But I love my dog as part of my family and am not willing to get rid of her just because she weighs 18 lbs... Read more »
HOA regulations are set by the HOA bylaws. If you believe that the fee is excessive, research the bylaws and figure out how the bylaws are changed. Typically, it is done via majority vote of the homeowners.
There are way too many non-lawyers who still believe that they can get out of something merely by "refusing to sign" for something that is very important--to the other side. Rather than asking id you can still answer, you should spend your time answering and preparing for trial.
I did talk to the investigators at the sheriffs department and they said there is no case due to the fact that it was given, and that I had no obligation to even return the other items, but that I did to end the conflict. They had told me that there is no law on items that were given as the fact... Read more »
If it was truly a gift and you have evidence of that then you should be good. Just know she can proceed in filing actions against you, however that does not mean she will be successful. Just because you have proof doesn't protect you from having to deal with it though. Now if she keeps harassing...Read more »
A couple is going through a divorce. Husband broke into her Apple Watch and took pics of messages showing evidence of affair and sent messages to others. My question is are the other parties subject to this same rule (16-11-62) as they did not intentionally obtain the messages themselves.
What are the types of Attorney someone in my shoes would need for a no license ? Someone with no prior record, could I represent myself by committing guilt by paying ticket? As a non citizen is it a bad idea to agree to charges will that put me at risk?
Your status does not affect the criminal proceedings, but might bring you to the attention of law enforcement who could start removal proceedings. Hire a criminal defense attorney to discuss the best way to handle the ticket. If you are brought to the attention of ICE and are referred to...Read more »
In order to prevail on a 9-15-14 claim, you need to be incurring attorney's fees. If you are represented by counsel, you need to discuss whether this is a viable option for you with them. If you are not represented by counsel and believe that the other party has either brought a frivolous claim...Read more »
A business vehicle (vendor for a wedding) was driving erratically through a local public outdoor museum and almost hit my young children. I approached the vehicle and told them to slow down, as they were driving on a pedestrian only area. They told me they weren’t going that fast and nobody was... Read more »
specifically told him to ensure the company did not put excess miles on my car and he lied to me for over 5 months that the work was being done then finally deliver the car with over 6 thousand miles and maintenance oil and filter light, can I sue them? Who would be good at this at a reasonable... Read more »
The court made a decision based on the pleadings. Neither party requested a judgment on the pleadings, nor was a hearing scheduled. There was no trial. A Motion to Dismiss was granted based on an issue that was not raised by the opposing party, therefore there was not an opportunity given to defend... Read more »
All Motions are to be decided without a hearing unless one is specifically requested, or it's a specific type of motion. If a Motion to Dismiss was filed, and there was no response, then the judge is entitled to grant the Motion and dismiss the case. Most times, it is possible to refile the case,...Read more »
Assuming that a lawsuit has already been filed, and the plaintiff and defendant have both filed their respective papers (a Complaint and an Answer), and assuming that you are the person who wants to interplead into the action, I am pretty sure that you would have to prepare papers as an...Read more »
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