Nowhere in the directions that Apple Maps gives does it ever tell you to take your eyes off of the road or rely solely on the directions that the app is giving. If you look at the terms and services you will find language that says as much that you agreed to in order to use the app. You still must...Read more »
Going on 3 months now, I have had a leak from my roof, they have come to "fix" it several times and i still have the same issue, with electrical wires being exposed very close to the leak, and the leak making puddles on my stairs causing me to fall, would that be considered uninhabitable?... Read more »
First off there is no such thing as 'constructively evicting yourself.' Constructive eviction occurs when a landlord fails to provide or maintain the rental premises in such a way that deprives the tenant of their rights to quiet enjoyment and/or violates the implied warranty of...Read more »
You can only be evicted from your home with an order from the court. The notices to vacate are not legally enforceable. However, not accepting rent payments is more problematic. If the landlord is not accepting rent payments you should document your attempts and create some sort of record to show...Read more »
Credit card debt in my name but both ordered to pay half. My half is paid. Ex is taking over a yr to pay and keeps mis sing payments, effecting my credit score. Can I pay their partoff and sue in small slams for the amount I paid.
It depends on the type of case, however, you should contact the local county bar association to see if there is a service. Also you can google to see if there is a legal aid society near you that may be able to help.
Property deed is still in both of our names. He recently wanted me to sign a contract for people to buy it on contract however the mortgage company said that was a breach of our loan so I declined to sign contract for sale. I have since learned he had his lawyer draw up new contract for sale and... Read more »
You would file contempt charges against him if your order states he needs to take the house out of your name. Sounds like he has bad credit now so you’d have to ask the Judge to order the sale of the house.
this is the first time for a friend. they have a clean background history. they were suspended for time theft, no warning, no write up, straight to suspension. will they go to jail? what is the penalty for it? how serious is it? what if my friend turn to police first before the job reports it?
If the property is abandoned then yes, you can dispose of the property freely. That's the bind though. Just because the property has been left behind does not necessarily mean that it has been abandoned. The best way to cover your liability is to have the previous tenants sign off that any...Read more »
First, do not make admissions on a public forum, it is possible the State could learn of it an hold it against you. Secondly, if you were charged with Conversion or Misdemeanor Theft then you are facing a Class A Misdemeanor with up a $5000.00 fine and one year in county jail. Being that this is...Read more »
I decided to go shopping for some clothes and wanted to try on a few items before purchasing them. Only a few fit me so I didn't take the ones that I didn't want. When I left the dressing room there was a worker going through the items in my cart and I asked her where I can put the items... Read more »
ble that the judge is still considering our case? It was complicated: i sued a global paint company for product defect - the label didn't include a warning that the paint might have long-term odor issues. We had to replace our drywall. Could she be researching? How long is reasonable?
My dad has past and he have property in Indiana but his wife that's not legally married has the property and her name is on it the only reason she got the house because they thought they were married my dad have two daughters my oldest sister do not want the house but I do who do I talk to and... Read more »
Lost my job and insurance after 12 mos FMLA and now on SSDI. LTD company now wanting money back I was paid after I received SSD award back pay of $5000. I need the SSD back pay to cover COBRA costs. Can I file small claims against individual to recoup more of my lost earnings above his... Read more »
Likely no, the insurance company will require you to sign a release before giving you the settlement proceeds. That release will bar you from going after the insurance company or the individual in the future.
You would need to provide much more information to answer the question accurately. A warrant can only be lifted by the court and that would depend on the underlying charge, the length of time since missing the court date, the number of times the person has missed court in this case and any other...Read more »
There's no definitive answer that anyone here can give you. Attorneys all have different fees and fee schedules. Some may offer a flat fee while others ask for a retainer. Others may charge hourly and bill you later. The only way to get a definitive answer is to call attorneys and ask them.
This is what Small Claims court is made for. Take screenshots of your text messages, print them, show the name, the phone number and the time and dates of the messages on those prints and get ready to file a Small Claims case. Go to your local county court, find the Small Claims clerk, ask for a...Read more »
movers were there at time of closing and new owner told them to leave or he would call the cops, 2 couches, a dinner table, and a jewelry box are inside. What are my rights on retrieving them, or are they now his property?
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