Contract for vacant building lot specified a Land Plat Survey and seller provided a Improvement Location Certificate. The ILC specifically says it is only for Title co. and is not to be relied on for establishment of fence, building or other future improvement lines. Spoke with Surveyor who... Read more »
Police will investigate and depending on what they learn and believe they may lay criminal charges, or caution the guy. A lawyer can write and serve a cease and desist letter instruction the person not to contact you again. In some jurisdictions, you can ask for a peace bond if you fear for your...Read more »
She is stating the the floors are not level. At first their claim was we finished the basement with non floating walls, but when they found out that the basement was already finished, they are now stating well it must be something we did upstairs.
You should consult an attorney to assist you in defending yourself against these claims. There are likely other facts that need to be discussed but it is possible that you could make a claim against the Plaintiff for attorney fees to defend yourself against this lawsuit.
I live in Colorado and when my wife and I did the final walkthrough of our new home, they showed us the property lines and the builder also already installed the front yard landscaping to make it easier to see which was roughly 9+ ft off of the right side of the house. However, yesterday when I... Read more »
My father was in my grandmas will upon her death in 2015. The estate has been sitting with real property. My father passed in December of 2018. I am the executor of his estate. Am I entitled to my father's portion of my grandmother's estate and listed in her will? Or is my father's portion... Read more »
Most likely your father lived long enough for his inheritance to vest in him but the only way to know for certain is to review your grandmother’s will. Whether you inherit from your father and to what extent depends on what his will says or, if he did not have a will, what next of kin survived...Read more »
Your options depend on whether the MOU was issued as a court order and if the agreement required your ex to pick up and drop off your child at school. You can modify a MOU if you find that it does not meet your needs. If it has been issued as a court order, you can stipulate to a modification.
In my jurisdiction he would lose his ability to be a notary; if he's a licenced paralegal or lawyer there would be sanctions from the law society; depending on the context and extent there could be criminal charges for breach of duty or fraud.
I have reported this to my subdivision leasing office. Then it happened again today so I called the main leasing office and they advised me to call the police. The police came and spoke with me, then spoke with the neighbor. He admitted to saying he would kill my dog but claimed he didn't say it... Read more »
If you do not feel safe, then your best option might be to break your lease and move. If the threats continue or escalate, you might also be entitled to a restraining/protection order, but that all depends on whether or not the cops will press charges.
Over night stays, of our 3 year old daughter. We’ve been on this schedule for a few weeks now. My question is if I file for a legal separation and my wife still agrees to this fair sharing time will a CFI still be required? If CFI not required could the courts decide on a different sharing time... Read more »
You are not required to have a CFI. You don't need one if you have a parenting agreement. The court may impose a different agreement but usually will accept whatever the parties agree to, unless the court finds that the agreement is not in the best interests of the child.
It is impossible to advise you about this without knowing all the facts of your financial situation. you should consult with an attorney who can so advise you afte s/he has the information needed to make a recommendation to you.
Ostensibly, yes. Just like any case, the constitution and the court rules require that you have to serve the person with the lawsuit. If you succeed, then you can proceed. Many small claims courts have "law clinics" for people representing themselves. There's some forms and resources available on...Read more »
Assuming your calculation is correct, your Landlord lost his right unilaterally withhold for damages. Your next step is to send a 7-Day demand letter before initiating a lawsuit under the Colo Sec. Dep. Act.
This happened in Colorado, I now live in Kansas. I've asked to have a friend come by and pick up the dress. She says she never had anything. Can I sue her for the amount of the dress or the dress back?
Such a case could be difficult without some form of proof. A judge/jury would look at your assertion and the other side's denial, and not have a means of deciding the matter without some evidence to support your position. Good luck
The is no legal requirement for a landlord to perform a walkthrough with a tenant. If you dispute the charges you should refuse to pay and then bring a lawsuit or bring a counterclaim if the Landlord brings a claim against you. The Landlord will have the burden of proof.
Withholding rent is always a risky maneuver. May you have a right to claim a Warranty of Habitability issue or a constructive eviction as a result of the flooding? Yes - you may but I recommend that you consult with an attorney about the facts and your possible courses of action before you...Read more »
we were evicted early in a lease for nonpayment- I get it, not fighting that. We're trying to pay it down, but I was wondering can they charge us for the full amount of the lease if the apartment has new tenants? Technically arent they're getting paid twice for the same unit? Is that legal?
You are correct - A Landlord in Colo is not allowed to "double-dip" in the collection of rent from former tenants. If the Landlord has filed a Complaint against you in an attempt to obtain a judgement you should contact an attorney to assist you with this matter.
Probate should be opened within three years after the date of death, but there are exceptions to this rule. The important thing for you to know is if the executor of the will has not opened a probate by now, there is nothing to prevent any other interested party (such as an heir) from opening a...Read more »
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