If a ticket issued in Louisiana doesn't have your real name on it, the validity of the ticket could potentially be questioned. Errors on a ticket can sometimes be grounds for dismissal, although this often depends on the type and severity of the mistake and how it impacts the facts of the...View More
There were two video games subtitled "It's About Time" in the 2010s decade, Electronic Arts' Plants vs. Zombies 2 upon its initial release in 2013, and Null Reference Games LLC's Cars with Guns: It's About Time in 2017, yet Activision was able to file a registration... View More
Regardless of what marks were in use, Activision was able to register this because no one else registered this mark for video games. If another party used a similar mark for video games before them, and that other party is still using that mark for video games, they could file a cancellation...View More
My mother, two years before deceasing, made an act of donation of a rental property belonging to her and my father to my niece without my father signature as required by Art 2353. My father deceased in 2019, today this property is in his name and my niece's name. Is this act of donation valid?
If your spouse was the actual owner in the public record, then she can donate her portion. You should review the trasnfer document to make sure it was property prepared and executed. Also, it should be noted that donation, if proper, would be donated subject to any and all encumbrances which...View More
What exactly do you want? If you want to nullify the transfer then one way of doing this is to prove that the document transferring the property was not properly done/completed. If you want to challenge this, then you should first have a specific consult with an attorney to determine what needs...View More
Garbage truck damaged my home left me without power for 32 days during the hottest part of the year. They are contracted through our police jury. Both have agreed the garbage company is responsible. Still waiting to be reimbursed. I had to get a loan on my car to get it fixed I have now los my car... View More
If you have not consulted/hired an attorney then that's what you need to do as apparently what you have done thus far has not resulted in the results you seek. Use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for accident or litigation lawyers in your area---call a few---many may offer free...View More
In Mississippi, licensed physicians are usually responsible for pronouncing a patient's death, even if the patient is in a psychiatric unit or a long-term acute care hospital. Healthcare professionals like nurses and physician assistants may assist in the process, but the official...View More
If/since you have no idea what i am doing or how all of this works, then you should consult with a lawyer to have your questions answered. if after a consult with a lawyer you decide to represent yourself, then that's fine (although I would disagree), but make sure you consult with a lawyer....View More
There's probably more relevant information that what's contained in your post, but going from memory, there's no reason he cannot get a bond, however, the Judge setting the bond may increase the amount of the bond quite a bit as a result of the new charge of simple escape. If no...View More
In Louisiana, tip-compensated employees, such as servers, generally have the legal right to keep their tips, as tips are considered the property of the employees who receive them. Employers are prohibited from taking or accepting tips that belong to their employees. However, tip pooling...View More
Based on your post, the need for the usufruct no longer exists and the people who are supposed to received the property subject to a usufrust no longer have to worry about the usufruct. That said, I recommend that you contact a probate/succession attorney in your area and have a specific consult...View More
I had an arrest expunged, 2020 and graduated from lpn program in 2023, the arrest was not disclosed on the lpn application but was disclosed on the RN application that I was attending prior too. The board is now accusing me of fraud. I recieved an administrative code from 2020 stating I have... View More
While seeking information and guidance from this Board is good, yoou really should seek and consult with an attorney who handles Board work for the practitioner, and especially one who does this regularly in front of the nursing board---someone like that will have a better insight into what the...View More
In Louisiana, there is no specific state law that mandates companies to provide a receipt for services rendered. However, providing a receipt is a common business practice and is typically considered good customer service. It helps both parties maintain a record of the transaction and can be useful...View More
If your B1/B2 visa was revoked, you can apply for a new visa, but the revocation will likely be a significant factor considered during the application process. The circumstances of the revocation will be scrutinized, and you will need to provide compelling evidence to overcome any presumed...View More
Having your visa revoked is a serious matter and generally it means that you will face scrutiny in any subsequent visa applications. It is unlikely that you would be able to waive the interview given that your previous visa was revoked; usually, interviews are a required step in the process under...View More
We were not together when she died. She was married to someone else. We never did anything with the home. I still live in the home. She does have one child with me and one child with someone else. We are in Louisiana. I am on the deed to the house but not the loan for the house. I have paid on the... View More
You really should speak to a succession lawyer in your area to make sure you have a clear understanding of your rights. Someone may open your ex-girlfriend's succession and that lawyer may reach out to you, however that lawyer does not represent you --hence the reason you should at a minimum...View More
You will need to check the exact insurance beneficiary designation. Only if it went to the decedent's estate would it go through his will. Usually the designated beneficiary gets the money and it does not go through the estate. A disinheritance in the will does not effect an insurance...View More
I have plans to build a house on this land I do not know what I can legally do with their trailer. They won't answer phone calls from me. Therefore I don't know what their plans are. Wh what are my rights concerning this matter? I live in Louisiana.
In Louisiana, if your daughter and son-in-law have left their trailer on your property for around six months without communication, you may explore legal options. Sending them a certified letter notifying them of your intention to remove the trailer if they don't respond within a specified...View More
In Louisiana, if your wife purchased a vehicle solely in her name and it's repossessed, she would generally be responsible for the associated debt. Louisiana's community property laws might have implications if community funds were used to make payments. If you cosigned or have joint...View More
If you had an attorney representing you, then asak your attorney for assistance on this. if you did not have an attorney, then I would start with the District Attorney's office---call them and ask for the return of your phone and what you need to do in order to get it-----some will require...View More
I donated a piece of property to my mother, in exchange for lifetime right of use. It is my understanding that I can revoke the donation if I am denied the right to use the property. She donated the property to a third-party, yet maintained usufruct. She and the new owner of the property denied my... View More
You need to consult with a lawyer to discuss the specifics----which in this case, includes a review of the transfer/donation documents and verifying whether or not they paperwork was recorded in the public record----after this, one should be able to give you some credible information as to your...View More
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