Trying to figure this out in a home contract... a realtor is trying to tell me there isn't, but I think there is. I just want to rectify the issue before any contract is signed and legal issues develop
I've been living in my apartment for 3 years and I've had black mold 4 times. all of this is documented as well. For the past few times that I've had mold ive been ignored for months about maintenance being done for my apartment. Ik that black mold falls under the tenants responsibility to make... Read more »
See if the landlord will just consent. Make sure you have documented what you posted here in writing to the landlord with proof of delivery. If you just leave, and are sued for breach, you will have a defense. Also, call the City to issue a violation, which will support your case.
There could be a number of different standards. As a general matter, a process could be challenged if it was found to violate the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Toxic Substances Control Act, or other regulations.
Neighbors down creek installed pond, now backs into our yard when it rains, they won't fix & now they are selling. We have lived in our home for 19+ years they built their home about 9 years ago then installed a pond in the middle of the creek, they changed the height & redirected the creek. Now... Read more »
You have probably already breached the three year property damage statute of limitation. No lien is possible without first suing them and getting a judgment. Although doubtful a competent attorney might be able to help you. There may be other causes of actions which two title searches and a...Read more »
As a general matter throughout the nation, some jurisdictions have local regulations/codes that treat such clippings as hazards to the public or to traffic. This is aside from any state and local environmental or sanitation regulations that might apply.
The land was owned by the family before the ESA was passed but an endangered species resides on the land. The family now wants to develop the land but development would be detrimental to the species. The ESA would normally protect species on private land, but would this protection still be able to... Read more »
The answer would require significant legal research into federal and state law and regulations, and conversations with various government agencies, and permits for any development which might require impact studies. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain an attorney who practices environmental law.
Your friend's patent will only protect him/her from the competition within Mexico. If your friend did not patent it with the USPTO, anyone will be able to practice the invention in the US, but so nothing for your friend to sell. What does your friend want to sell?
Breach of Contract and Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment, Owner and Manager for harassment, Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress, outrageous conduct, extreme and outrageous conduct by the Owner and Manager with the intention of causing, or reckless disregard of the probability of causing,... Read more »
I don't understand your statement of "No Court," which I assume means there has been no Court date set. You need to go on the internet and find the nearest Court in your County. Then log in to that Court Website and look for a case number. If you received papers from the Court you probably have...Read more »
The Georgia House just approved a bill that would allow medical marijuana oil to be sold to registered patients, giving them a legal way to obtain a drug that they’re already allowed to use....Read more »
Yes, but these are generally very expensive cases to prosecute. They often involve a class of plaintiffs because the financial burden of analytical tests and expert testimony is beyond the capacity of an individual. You could contact a toxic tort-environmental attorney to discuss the viability of...Read more »
These types of cases tend to be complex and expensive to prosecute. They can involve the testimony of costly scientific experts, and require analytical tests of drinking water and other resources that were subject to contamination. As a first step, you could consult with an environmental/toxic tort...Read more »
i have done some research and found a common demominator which is cancer agents in water supply, i am sure there are many more common denominators-what is my recourse to handle this situation with justice
The situation you describe sounds like cancer clusters or disease clusters, where the incidence of disease, illness, cancer appears in certain geographic regions. As a starting point, you could consult with an attorney who handles environmental/toxic tort cases, meaning that the attorney would have...Read more »
I was prohibited from putting up a small menorah on my patio while other residents were decorating with trees and Christmas stuff- I have had 4 major leaks and floods and have mold- the second time they left holes half my height in my kitchen and bedroom for two months without fixing- the remedy... Read more »
The property owner (be that the city or a private owner) may be liable if the limbs fell due to improper maintenance. You can report this to your car or home insurance for them to pursue against the owner of the property. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue....Read more »
I wasn't certain of what the question was, but if you're researching case studies and case law on this issue, it could be a broad area because different jurisdictions could view the capacity in which the occupying was done differently.
I am currently in the process of fencing in an area that encloses a section of the creek on my property. The creek has a wide location where a secondary stream once ran around a dune, but now it's back down to the one main creek bed. I want to dig out the dune area, and open this naturally widened... Read more »
Your downstream Landowners are the ones that might give you problems. If your pond stops the water flow of the creek beyond your property, then the adjoining Landowners may possibly sue you for Damages, an Injunction, Declaratory Judgment, etc. It may even be a benefit to the downstream...Read more »
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