answered on Jul 22, 2019
It would depend on the board; there are many boards within the state that cover different areas, and each would likely have its own process, whether through appointment, election, application, or other route. Good luck
2 years of medical records not admitted due to my Lawyer did not get records into evidence.
4 different chronic, progressive, and eventually fatal all because my lawyer missed the timely
submission of these records. Administrative Law Judge angerly told me and especially my Lawyer... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2018
In any legal malpractice case the primary issues are: (1) whether your attorney breached the standard of care or in other words, did something (or failed to do something) that an attorney in a similar situation would have done; and (2) whether your attorney’s error is a proximate cause of your... Read more »
answered on Sep 30, 2015
Normally, the chairperson would vote, but it depends on the rules of the board of adjustment, which may be in the ordinance or statute creating the board, or elsewhere. If it's a five-person board (including the chair), that's further evidence that the chair may vote, because otherwise a... Read more »
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