This person accuse me of stealing something. Then they said if I paid for I can continue to live their. When I could not pay them the money they locked me out of the house and kept every possession than I own. Is this even legal and can I get arrested for something then I did not do. And how do I... Read more »
Wow, you were really victimized by a horrible person, and you have multiple legal issues to sort out. Regarding the issue of whether you can be arrested if that person tells the police you stole something, sure you can, IF the person presents credible evidence to the police that would cause a...Read more »
Can I sue a movie production company for invasion of privacy because they used the name of my dead dad in a movie about terrorism? (My dad was a uh .. a terrorist.. ) The movie is really famous and we found out that they used his name in it through our relatives who saw the movie and noticed it.
Your real problem is this is prime First Amendment territory. If the accusations were true, or reasonably close within artistic license, it will be hard to complain. You can't had bad acts behind the veil of privacy, particularly if they are terroristic, which are by nature intended to be public...Read more »
This is really the territory of tax attorneys, business litigation attorneys, or sometimes divorce attorneys where spouses jointly hold interests in a business. But your question remains open for five weeks. There are companies and consultants out there that perform business valuations and that...Read more »
He did not have employment like he told me so he knew he would not have the rent when he signed. He has a history of bad debt, judgements for non payment, jail for check frauds, etc. Is there anything criminal for bad faith entering into the lease knowing he would not be paying?
I'm sorry for your ordeal here. You could contact the State Bar of California - they have resources for free legal help that you could explore. They are located in the section of their website, "Public." Good luck
I am anticipating from your question that a party is suspending performance or request for performance for an indefinite period of time - I don't have enough information to respond to your question and the contract and facts would probably control the answer. If the contract provides that either...Read more »
I have an apartment with my ex , i have to leave for my safety, he have records of domestic violence before and i had a few incidents that i have to call the police . i was recommended by the police it is states in one of the records to leave for my safety . We have a daughter , she was staying... Read more »
Filling out the Federal Civil Cover sheet on my own. It says to cite US Statutes for my claims. I am suing for violation of Due Process under 14th Amendment. My dog was taken and killed. I know 1983 for violation of rights but I also need to cite the 14th amendment clause for deprivation of... Read more »
What can I do to get off the car loan? It’s affecting my credit I don’t want to share nothing together. I am a co singer and he’s the owner of the car. At the time my credit was decent now it’s not. Is their any legal action I can do to get off the car loan ?
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