They have cited CO Rev Stat § 29-11.7-104 (2016) at bottom of signage as their authority to so prohibit said activity. Can they legally do this? As I read the statute it says a local government can enact ordinance, the homeowners association however is not "local government". Can I sue them for... Read more »
A lawsuit it one option. Another is to have an attorney draft a letter on your behalf outlining the issue and why the HOA will ultimately lose the lawsuit if your are forced to file it. This letter would likely be a faster and less costly method to achieve the desired result.
Unless you are acting in self defense (acting reasonably against an imminent threat of injury to you or another) and did not provoke the fight, you could be charged with a wide range of offenses, depending on the severity of any injuries inflicted. A simple shove or push that does not cause pain...Read more »
It looks like you are seeking an attorney for what appears to be an appeal matter. Do not wait to be contacted by attorney. That isn't the way this board works. It is for posting legal questions. You can seek out attorneys, but you can't sit and wait to be contacted by one based on a post....Read more »
After he gave her to me I paid all the vet bills, micro chipping, injuries, dog food etc... She was bought off Craig's list in cash by his mother. I have her in my possession now but I'm scared of what he's capable of doing now. We originally made a verbal agreement to share her but he changed his... Read more »
If he gave her to you, then she’s yours. The only way he can legally get her back and keep her is if he takes you to court and wins. If you have all other documents in your name then you will have a good chance at court if he takes you to court.
That i didnt have any right doing that the property has been in the family for years my father bought it from grandma back in 1970 he payed for a title insurace and water rights and back then the insurance policy took claim to the road so now sit waiting i havent been in front of a judge yet it... Read more »
This could be complicated, I recommend that you at least spend some time with an attorney to review your title work and other documents to assess the validity of your defense prior to going before the court.
They are licensed in his name and we were both illegally incarcerated when this was done. The police came in unannounced and attacked my disabled husband with complete disregard for repeated statements about his medical conditions. We were refused medical treatment on video by the officer who... Read more »
This is not the type of question that can be answered without more information. I would highly recommend that you contact an attorney who handles these matters on a regular basis. In general, when a disabled person is incarcerated the police can impound service dogs unless the disabled person's...Read more »
Friends parents pulled his bond because he was acting crazy , he has schizophrenia and depression , hes been wasting away in the holding cell for a week , he refuses to be booked and to be advised so they just leave him . I need to get him out now , please tell me what i can do
I don’t practice in Colorado, but your question hasn’t been picked up for three weeks. Here are some answers for your questions. The nature of an action means how it might be characterized. For instance, is it a contract claim involving a business dispute? Is it a tort claim for negligence or...Read more »
I live in colorado springs. My husband chose to move out of our home to be with his 22 year old cousins girlfriend. HE came back and tried to force his way in so he and his girlfriend can live in the guest bedroom. I called the cops. PD stated that even if i move and the only one on the lease at... Read more »
I do not agree with what the police told you. Perhaps they thought he had lived there before. However, it seems they will not help you. You should file for a divorce so the court can enter orders re this property. You should retain an attorney to help you with this.
she's also been texting and calling herself and emailing my husband framing and slandering me for past 3 years her ex friend recently sent me an email admitting to it being them doing all this stuff including keying my car, sitting outside my house when i lived in new york and a lot of other stuff... Read more »
Verbal 30 day notice. Do we have to allow him to bring strangers in our house we rent. My husband is military and hasn’t received his orders but we’re being told we will be relocating also our lease isn’t up until May 31, 2018. The only way my landlord knew we are possibly relocating is... Read more »
Your lease will usually address the times that a landlord may enter for specific purposes. If not, the law gives him a reasonable time and right to show the place to new tenants. A little respect on both sides will help make this go smoother. As a last resort, a judge can decide what is...Read more »
Civil rights violation case judge ruled that while I was wrongfully arrested imprisoned on no bail hold never going before a judge the entire 19 days that my dogs were in a state of conversion they kept there where abouts withheld from me and I was lied to daily about my dogs the judge subpoenaed... Read more »
No, the police in KS do not have jurisdiction in Colorado and the the Colorado police will consider it a civil matter. You would have to sue the Colorado shelter. But there is case law in CO that says that if the dogs were adopted out to a bona fife third party (meaning a purchaser who didn’t...Read more »
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