You can go and file a civil suit against them in MD small claims court. However, given the amounts in question, I doubt it's practically advisable. You will end up spending a lot of time and money (think airfare alone) for not a great deal of money....Read more »
The later of: (1) date the plaintiff suffered harm or damage; or (2) the date the plaintiff discovered, or should have discovered in the exercise or ordinary diligence, that they suffered harm or damage. A civil conspiracy is a combination of two or more persons by an agreement or understanding to...Read more »
You're going to need a lawyer in Tennessee, where the seller and horse are located. You, or your principal, may be bound to the purchase of the horse. Why as the agent you took it upon yourself to reimburse out of your own pocket the buyer's money, after the seller had received the...Read more »
The parents have absolute legal authority to restrict anyone from visiting with their children, absent some legal basis to have the children removed from the parents' care for health and safety reasons. Grandparents have no special status to enforce visitation rights. The one scenario where...Read more »
My roof was damaged during a storm. I called the adjuster (Travelers Insur.) and the adjuster stated I needed to go onto the roof. I stated I wouldn't do that. The adjuster then called me and stated he would come past the home and take pictures. The same adjuster called and stated he... Read more »
It's likely because there is not a lot of assistance available for the situation you described. An insurance company has a quasi-fiduciary and contractual obligation to adjust, investigate and ultimately resolve your claim. They do not stand in the position of a creditor.
of privacy. She was yelling at me on my doorstep and there were people in the neighborhood out and about. Although we were in public, we were on private property owned by the condominium that I live in.
Can I use this recording because there was no reasonable expectation of privacy as it... Read more »
The recording is illegal regardless of anyone’s expectation of privacy. Maryland is a two-party consent state when it comes to audio recordings. Period. If you admit to having made this recording (you posted this question on a public forum) you are admitting to committing a crime. In a civil...Read more »
After talking with a chief of police in the state of PA, they told me that police cannot enforce an executive order as it is not a law. They said code enforcement and municipal authorities can but not police. Therefore how could one get jail time for violating an executive order?
You have asked this question under Maryland law, not Pennsylvania law. In Maryland, the state legislature passed a statute many years ago making it a misdemeanor offense to violate an executive order relating to a public health emergency. It carries a $1,000 fine and up to 1 year in jail. It is...Read more »
Yes. Maryland law grants the governor broad authority to declare a state of emergency for 30 days, and the ability to renew the declaration every 30 days; and reserves to the legislature the authority to override the governor and terminate the declaration at any time. Separately, other state code...Read more »
It sounds like you and your spouse are in a polyamorous relationship and has agreed to allow a third party to have access to the both of you and your home. Under those circumstances, your spouse can always revoke his consent. Given that you and your spouse have equal rights to occupy the home, it...Read more »
2. She came on the morning of July 21st with an HVAC tech. The HVAC tech told her there was a problem, but I don't know the full extent. All she told me was the coils needed to be replaced, because the unit is 25 years old that was impossible so I assume she was told... Read more »
These are discovery questions. They will help the attorney prepare their case. You should not ignore them simply because you do not understand them. If you fail to respond, the other attorney may file sanctions against you and ask the court to prevent you from entering evidence to prove your case...Read more »
The driver hit my parked car and ran off but was caught by our neighbor when he chased him and convinced him to go back to the scene which he did. The police arrived and found out that the driver apparently has a suspended license. Insurance company said that that most likely will happened is for... Read more »
depending on the age of your vehicle and the extent of the property damage, you may have a civil claim against the opposing individual for diminution of your vehicles value. however, you have not provided sufficient information to comment on whether it is worthwhile to pursue such a claim.
Contractor in MD Refuses to Pay Sub-Contractor's Invoice for an overseas Pharma already completed consulting services project on the Excuse It Was Submitted 12 Months After Completion of Professional Services Work. Parties have signed Contract. Total amt ~ $100K.
The general statute of limitations for commencing suit in Maryland on a breach of contract claim is 3 years, not one year, from the date of the breach/time money became due. The claim is not barred. Further, if this is a commercial project (not a home improvement contract or construction of a...Read more »
I work an over night job and my neighbor above me leaves his young kids in the house alone early in the morning around 9 am for multiple hours a day multiple times a day, I get in the house at 7 am and cannot sleep cause of so much noise over my head, I’ve sent video recordings of the noise,... Read more »
If you have evidence of the noise being caused, and it rises to the level of disrupting your right to peace and enjoyment of your residence, you could file a nuisance complaint against your neighbor. The more evidence you have then the better. The judge would then decide based on the evidence...Read more »
If the nation was not under the grips of a health crisis, you might have been able to check if your university's student handbook, bailment law, or other legal theories would have availed any rights to you here. But given the heightened sense of caution regarding anything suspected of carrying...Read more »
Yes, you can sue. There are recognized "causes of action" that provide the legal basis for a recovery of damages (even though there may be several such grounds, you can only recover one set of damages). It's not so much proving the amount of damages, but collecting them if the...Read more »
I submitted medical records and bills under rule 10-104, and other bills under rule 10-105. I submitted everything to the court more than 60 days prior to trial and sent to counsel for defendant as well more than 60 days before trial. The problem arises in that I sent it to counsel for defendant... Read more »
Email is only permitted for service when filing through the Maryland e-file portal. All Maryland courts except Baltimore City, Montgomery and Prince George's are currently subject to the e-file system (meaning, it is mandatory for lawyers to use it, but non-lawyers are not required to do so)....Read more »
I’m representing my self in district court in Maryland , I sued my landlord for mold. I did opening statements and gave testimony. But when I wanted to say what the employees of the defendant told me or what the remediation guys told me it was objected. I defended saying that it is one of the... Read more »
In order to admit the statements of an employee of the defendant in the case as an admission against interest, you must first lay an evidentiary foundation for the admissibility of the statement. This requires that you first present evidence of (1) the identity (name) of the alleged employee; (2)...Read more »
I started a trial representing my self and we ran out of time so we will continue in just 7 days. I was trying to enter a document but it was hard without expert, is it too late for me to bring an expert ? Also the defendant never gave me notice of his experts but I didn’t do discovery , do they... Read more »
You only have to answer interrogatories if they are served on you pursuant to the Rules, and if they asked about witnesses and experts, you need to provide the names and other information requested about them. If new information is learned after you provided your answers, it is your obligation to...Read more »
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