In the State of Mississippi, for civil litigation, it is outlined in MRCP Rule 6 (Time) how to compute time. It mentions if the amount of time is less than 7 days, intermediate Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays are excluded from the time period. It does not mention verbatim an other time... Read more »
Any Mississippi lawyer can help you with this issue; however, if you are alleging that someone stole from you or a family member, the thing to do would be to contact law enforcement to file a complaint with them so that an investigation and arrest can be completed. If you are looking to recoup the...Read more »
moved in 4/26, had a leak in bathroom 5/1 from upstairs neighbor AC. Contractor came out 5/10 and did not fix it properly. Had another leak 5/29 worse than the first time that now has mold outside the vent and inside. Nobody has yet to fix. I filed a complaint to MS Home Corporation and a inspector... Read more »
I can't see if this question is linked to the topic I was researching. It concerned cemetery law. 2013 Mississippi Code, Title 41 - PUBLIC HEALTH, Chapter 43 - CEMETERIES AND BURIAL GROUNDS, CEMETERY LAW
Not necessarily. The only thing that the officer would need to establish would be that he had a reason to suspect that you violated a traffic law. That being said, the search of your vehicle could be challenged, because there is a particular process that the officer would need to follow in order to...Read more »
I bonded a friend out of jail and paid the bonds person $1000. Not even 12 hours later they picked him back up and said he wasnt ever supposed to be bonded out because he had a hold with the department of corrections. Can I get my $1000 back? Who regulates bond companies?
Unless you can convince the bond guy to return your money you are out of luck. Why? Because they will say that they did their job--kept your friend out of stir--and are entitled to keep the bond you paid. Lesson learned: Don't bond out any more friends.
You posted in Contracts, and you are correct. A lease is a contract. But if you reposted under Landlord-Tenant, you might have a better chance of a Mississippi L-T attorney seeing your question. Good luck
Contracts was a good selection for your question, but it remains open for three weeks. Because such a contract involves employment, it's something that an employment law attorney would know best. You could repost and add Employment Law as a category. Good luck
There is no requirement to "file" a power of attorney with the "court". A competent adult can always change their power of attorney by creating a new power of attorney that revokes all prior powers of attorney. Notice of revocation should be given to the agents who are being...Read more »
As a starting point, you could contact an environmental attorney or toxic tort attorney in Mississippi and ask if they would give you a free initial consultation. Keep in mind that these types of cases could require considerable budgets. They can involve costly soil and water sampling and analysis...Read more »
Yes. Why? Because--unless the "rent to buy" contract you signed allows you to cancel the contract at anytime--and also requires Aaron's to come pick it up ate your convenience you are stuck with the furniture--and stuck with the contract too. Enjoy.
I filed a Petition and served discovery in November 2018 on a Breach of Contract matter. The person was record and it was transcribed and used as an Exhibit to my Motion. The other party never started discovery but responded to the Motion Summary Judgment. Four days before the hearing, they... Read more »
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I opened the business 4/3/19. The business has been running well and has to begun to stable itself within the first month but my investor feels he needs to start seeing a profit return immediately. We had a huge dispute over some minor infractions. He took control of the finances and now will not... Read more »
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There is a lawsuit in court for breach of warranty due to defects that have impaired the value of the home. However, there is an area in the flooring that is has been slowly caving in. Also, it is slowly spreading out. This may be caused from potential toxic hazardous chemicals. The... Read more »
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