You should very carefully review things with a local tort attorney. Fraud is often difficult to prove; you normally must prove specific damages, and the standard of proof is higher than for most other civil lawsuits (Clear and Convincing as opposed to just a preponderance). Often there may be...Read more »
My boyfriend was given a lease renewal letter and told he had til the end end of this month to sign it. Today he received a letter saying that that has been rescinded and it is now going to be month to month. Out of 3 units he was the only one put on month to month and when he asked the landlord he... Read more »
Had he signed and accepted the offer prior to the rescission, there is likely nothing the landlord could have done. But if he rescinded before your boyfriend accepted the renewed term lease, your boyfriend in now likely going to be on a month to month. But that is not the end of the world - to...Read more »
I have a breach of contract case against a contractor who did improper work on my home. I completed the complaint and mediation process with the State of Oregon Construction Contractors board. The contractor has not responded to any communication and did not appear for the mediation appointment... Read more »
You would need to file a complaint for breach of contract in the circuit court for the county in which your home is located. In your complaint, you would need to make allegations to support your claim, including allegations to support the existence of a contract, how the contractor breached it,...Read more »
My sister-in-law moved into a house with some friends. She also brought her dog. She was kicked out a few weeks later. When asked when they would be home to pick up the dog, they said that they were not going to give the dog back. They had stolen a family member of our house. What are the options... Read more »
Stealing an animal is no different than stealing anything else - legally speaking. The real issue is likely to be how can you prove the dog is hers? Receipts? Vet appointments? Especially prior to her moving in? If you think you can prove the ownership issue, then you can first file a police...Read more »
Only an Oregon attorney should advise here, but your question remains open for four weeks. Until you are able to obtain meaningful, state-specific guidance from a local attorney, as a GENERAL matter in ANY jurisdiction, the opposing attorney and clerk/judge (depending on court procedure) should...Read more »
I appreciate your question. My research of the case, reveals that Rogers v. Saylor, 306 Or. 267 (1988) has not been overruled or negatively treated on appeal, even though it has been cited in 37 subsequent cases.
The case discusses the the limitations on individual or governmental liability...Read more »
I had my home broken into repeatedly in my car stolen from the parking lot and now they’ve served me with addiction notice because I’m a victim again how is that fair ? I did file online a formal complaint with the housing and urban development and they called me to see if it’s their... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but you await a response for three weeks. Do you mean an EVICTION notice? Read it more carefully. If that's the case, repost this under Landlord-Tenant law and hopefully an experienced L-T attorney could offer meaningful guidance. Good luck
I SIGNED A CONTRACT AND PURCHASED AN EXTENDED WARRANTY FOR MY VEHICLE UNDER THE INPRESSION THE INJECTORS WERE COVERED. I SPECIFICALLY ASKED MULTIPLE TIMES ABOUT INJECTORS AND WAS TOLD YES. THEY DID NOT COVER THE INJECTORS, THE SALESMAN IS NO LONGER EMPLOYED AND THEY WILL NOT GIVE ME ANY RECORDINGS... Read more »
They do not have to provide you with any of their records unless and until you file a lawsuit against them in court and then issue a request for production. At that point, if they admit having the records, they would be obligated to either provide the requested material or to legally deny their...Read more »
I have filed many objections and the objections are ignored. The opposing attorney has pushed this false assertion of me being a public figure, all the way up through the appellate courts. Therefore this entire case is being handled as if I'm a public figure, when I am not a public figure. He... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You did not ask a question, but from your post it looks like you brought a defamation action against someone for something they said about you. I think that your adversary is arguing that you are a public figure in...Read more »
An Oregon attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general rule, the answer is usually no. Once they're signed by both sides, it's generally not acceptable for one side in the matter to take it upon themselves to change things in settlement...Read more »
I had a business associate who was going to be a partner rip me off for a lot of money and inventory. We started a new joint bank account together at banner bank. What I did not know was he was friends with the assistant manager of the bank. So the next day she cancelled our joint banking account... Read more »
If you opened a personal joint bank account, it is usually opened "A or B",not "A and B", which makes a huge difference. If the account was opened as "A or B" or "A,B", the meaning is the same. The Terms and Conditions agreement you would have been given by...Read more »
I bought a bag of Ruffles Double Crunch Zesty Cheddar and I bit into something hard. Come to find out there was a washer inside the chip bag that I almost swallowed. This could of been very life threatening and would like compensated and them to be held accountable for this.
An Oregon attorney could best advise here, but your post remains open for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal, but these types of cases tend to be based on actual damages, generally supported by medical records. You're correct in that it could have been life threatening, but it is difficult...Read more »
This is something on which an Oregon attorney could advise best, but you await a response for a week. I'm sorry for your ordeal and the serious injuries you must have suffered to necessitate skin grafting. Unfortunately, it might be difficult to pursue legal remedies at this point in time. You...Read more »
They say they are "Grandfathered" in and the rules do not pertain to them as the attorney has told them. I want to contact the Attorney General, but was told that there is a clause in which we have to have mediation first. How do you mediate breaking the law?
The moratorium said those who dont have the virus but are late will not be at risk of eviction but I've just paid my rent 8 hours late and my landlord is still attempting to follow thru on the 72hr notice. It also seems to me this prop mgmt company is predatory. I fell down the steep crooked... Read more »
A landlord does not have to accept rent paid after a 72 hr deadline and normally can proceed to evict if they wish. Currently however no court in Oregon is processing or enforcing residential landlord-tenant cases so the landlord can do little at the moment to enforce rent payments. If they DO...Read more »
We lived in the same apartment in Los Angeles for ten years. The landlord let the building degrade over that time refusing to fix basic things like the roof leaking into the bedroom every winter from the start of the lease, not fixing broken security gates & doors, leaving the front gate of the... Read more »
It’s hard to say without seeing the lease and buyout agreements. In some cases, taxpayers can argue that a payment like that is actually a reduction in the monthly lease payments based on not receiving the value that you initially bargained for. In other words, an adjustment to the purchase...Read more »
My son was in the care of someone else while I was at home packing our belongings to flee from a bad situation that I did not want him around. While he was with the other individual he ingested narcotics and almost died. I met him and the person providing care for him at the hospital and the next... Read more »
This is too complicated to figure out based on your brief synopsis. You need to contact an Attorney who can both review your details of what happened and review the court records. A reunification plan is only when there is a juvenile court proceeding and in a juvenile court proceeding you would...Read more »
A 14-yr.-old was struck by a car on the corner by our property in 9/17. We learned of this in August 2019, when we received a letter from a lawyer saying we are partially liable because our hedge was overgrown, and our homeowners insurance should pay. The hedge was overgrown/very tall when we... Read more »
This is a roommate situation where 1 female roommate constantly manipulates everyone in the house and lies behind everyone's back. Is it illegal to record the manipulator so everyone else has a chance to hear the conversation? Conversation would never be used for court, would never be used to... Read more »
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