Camille Brooks Ibrahim's answer You can sue the landlord considering you were under his premises while the mold accumulated! That is a premises liability suit depending on the time frame the mold was formed.
Charles Snyderman's answer I'm sorry but I do not understand your question. What I can tell you is that when you have a lawyer, it is his duty to answer your questions. I suggest you discuss this with your lawyer.
Charles Snyderman's answer Your question raises some interesting questions. Bringing a lawsuit to recover money would not solve your problem, so the best remedy for you would be an injunction. The issue would be whether the Court would consider smoking a nuisance. As far as I know, this issue has not been addressed by a Delaware court. The bottom line, however, is that filing a lawsuit over this situation would be very expensive in terms of legal fees. Therefore, a non-legal solution would be more practical. Despite what...
Charles Snyderman's answer Once briefs have been submitted by all the parties, there is no time limit for a judge to render his decision. I'm assuming your case is a civil case rather than a criminal one. Judges are very busy, and there are times when it takes many months before you receive their decision. Waiting can be frustrating, but hang in there.
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