Yes, you can typically put a security sticker on your personal bedroom window in California. There are no specific laws or regulations in California that prohibit homeowners from placing security stickers on their windows. Security stickers are often used as a deterrent to burglars and can help to...View More
In California, as a general rule, you are allowed to put a security sticker on your personal bedroom window. This is considered a part of your right to ensure privacy and security in your own home. The use of a security sticker does not typically violate any laws, as long as it does not contain...View More
As a worker, you have the right to a safe work environment, including protection from exposure to black mold. If you are exposed to black mold and become sick, you may be entitled to medical care and workers' compensation benefits. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique...View More
Water Resources Control Board. In drought they may get only 0 to 15 %. The rest they take from the groundwater basin. In drought years they have depleted the groundwater basin by replenishing less than 1/2 of what was withdrawn. As the basin is depleted the surface sinks causing home foundations... View More
1. To enforce the law regarding groundwater withdrawal and replenishment, affected parties can consider filing a lawsuit seeking injunctive relief to compel the water wholesaler to adhere to replenishment requirements. This could also be pursued as a public interest or public nuisance claim if it...View More
What is the revised status for a gas powered leaf blower to be used every mourning at 10am mon-sat blowing mostly dust and dirt very little leaves. What are my rites as a resident within 50 feet of my apartment.
Laws regarding the use of gas-powered leaf blowers vary widely depending on the specific jurisdiction, city, or even neighborhood regulations. Generally, local ordinances or regulations govern the use of leaf blowers, including their operating hours and noise levels. It's essential to consult...View More
The surveying of our oceans during pre-construction is killing our marine life, fishing industry, property values tourism hurting human health and will cause our electric bills to sky rocket. No one wants them. Our NJ Governor Phil Murphy gave the Danish company $1 billion of our tax payers money... View More
Certainly, concerned citizens have legal avenues to assert their rights and raise their grievances against government actions that they believe are harmful to the environment and the community. In the context of New Jersey and the actions of Governor Phil Murphy that you described, there are a...View More
I Also Have Laundry Backed Up, Due To the dryer keep going out on me & washer fills with water for no reason. I Made Multiple Complaints For Months Now They Haven’t Did Anything But Take Pictures & Tell Me Someone Going To Come But Never Do.
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you suffered illness or health effects, you could try to arrange a free initial consultation with a personal injury attorney. Unfortunately, many law firms are reluctant to handle mold cases. Retain any medical...View More
On June 16, 2023, 1 mother Mallard and her 10 ducklings came into our yard because their is a swimming pool. We opened the gate and let them into the swimming pool, because they would die if they did not find water. Given some thought, we let them stay and drained the water and did many things to... View More
The new bill signed by Governor Newsom to help waterfowl, including Mallard ducks, does not automatically entitle you to insurance coverage for any damage caused by the ducklings to your property. Home insurance policies typically cover specific perils, and damage caused by animals may or may not...View More
Unless they intentionally planned to cause you to be infested with fleas without your realizing it, for some malicious reason or purpose, and you can prove that, then no. Same goes for suing someone because you caught a cold or the flu from them when they knew they were sick but failed to warn...View More
Management tends to treat employees different when it comes to company policies only apply to the employees that speak up about issues or the ones that work hard and ask questions. When you go to the upper management, you get poorly treated. Management talks about personal information with all... View More
The complaints that you are making in your post sound like the working conditions in every corporate workplace in this country, so you are not alone. Favoritism based on providing sexual favors to management is prohibited by both Federal and State laws. While an employer cannot take adverse...View More
If you are filing a writ of mandate against the California Air Resources Board, you can generally file in any superior court in California. However, it is recommended that you consult with an attorney or do your own research to determine the most appropriate venue for your specific case.
In the case of Almond Alliance vs Fish and Game Commission, what is the difference between bees having to be fish and insects having their own section in the CESA? Why not file for an amendment for the CESA to have a section for them?
Bees are not fish, and it is unclear why this question is being asked in the context of agricultural law and environmental law for California. The Almond Alliance vs Fish and Game Commission case likely does not involve the classification of bees as fish.
Good afternoon. These are very complicated cases and require extremely specific evidence of the extent and location at the workplace of the mold growth, the exact type of mold, the nature of exposure (how long and how close to her work area), absence of any other potential mold exposure, and...View More
I live in Ontario, Canada. I financed a used vehicle from a place named Montero Auto Center. Since I got it, it's been making me sick, giving me migraines and fevers, even panic attacks which I never ever got before! I notice the trunk had mold in it and the dealership doesn't answer my... View More
another question is whether there is an actual law that demands police departments to give lawyer services before the interrogation of an arrested person, if so where does it written, and for how long the consultation can go on? if it's possible I mainly need the source I'm making some... View More
Regarding your first question, California's Constitution and laws require public entities, including local governments and state agencies, to provide certain services to the public. For example, the California Constitution guarantees the right to a public education, and the state's...View More
I like to collect rocks & minerals on local beaches in California and would like to start selling these on Etsy and my own website. Is that legal? I plan to polish some of the rocks using a tumbler and other polishing equipment and also plan to turn the rocks into jewelry. Some of them I would... View More
In general, it is legal to sell rocks and minerals that you find on a beach, as long as you have permission to be on the beach and are not removing rocks or minerals from protected areas, such as state or national parks. However, there may be certain restrictions or regulations regarding the...View More
36 CFR 2.13(a)(1) refers to the regulations on careless or reckless conduct with fire. If you were issued a citation under this regulation, paying the fine may result in a conviction being entered on your record. However, if you believe you are not guilty, you have the option to contest the...View More
My neighbor has a sump pump that drains out into their yard but borders mine. This has created a pond/swamp in the area and is quite large. This swamp makes it impossible to use part of my yard or even trim it. Also my driveway borders up against this area and has cracking and sinking in towards... View More
Damage from normal water runoff does not give a claim. But if water is redirected or collected to send more runoff, then there can be a claim. Depending on the source of water into the sump, the slope of the land, and where the neighbor directed his sump discharge, you might have a claim for...View More
The Maryland State Department of Natural Resources has jurisdiction over the navigable rivers of Maryland, including police authority, and there are laws prohibiting dumping of trash, waste materials and other objects into rivers, punishable bu criminal and civil fines and penalties. Local county...View More
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