If it' a public roadway, he doesn't own it. Any member of the public can park on a public street, assuming that parking is not otherwise prohibited by law (a legally posted "no parking" zone or fire hydrant, for example). Property owners often believe that just because they...Read more »
What is criminalized is incendiary or explosive material that is combined with a delivery or detonating apparatus so as to be capable of inflicting injury to persons or damage to property, in other words, a weaponized delivery system of explosive or incendiary matter. What you are describing sounds...Read more »
Assuming there are no specific orders or agreements at play Maryland law doesn't dictate where someone may live or how long. Someone could in theory stay at a hotel / motel for months or even years as long as they pay (though it probably would not be financially wise to do so).
He went to jail a month ago and didn’t get meds. He has Parkinson’s . He got sick a few days later. He ended up going to the Dr for depression, anxiety, and bad shaking. He recently went back to jail and he is not getting any of his meds. He called me and he told me he keeps asking but they... Read more »
I recommend you start by consulting a local, experienced criminal defense attorney.
That said, help could come from communication with the DA's Office over this situation. Additionally, discussion with the Sheriff, or whatever authority is responsible for the jail could help....Read more »
A disabled person who is unable to manage their affairs may not be competent enough to execute a valid Power of Attorney. Instead, if someone is incompetent without a pre-existing Power of Attorney the family usually needs to seek legal guardianship through the courts.
Yes. Local county and city jails generally hold everyone regardless of the seriousness of their crime until they are found guilty and sentenced, then those sentenced to more than 18 months-2 years are generally transferred to a state penitentiary to serve their time. The more minor offenders with...Read more »
Unemployment said since we did not physically work the mo eye was a donation and we still can get unemployment because it is considered special pay but boss said we cant file until june 15 even though work stopped march 13 due to covid
You should not rely on the non-legal opinions of your employer for the legal interpretation of when and if you are entitled to unemployment benefits. You may be entitled to partial benefits if you worked but your hours were reduced from full-time, or your pay was reduced. You would be entitled to...Read more »
If the management company represents a community association and one of the owner did not pay their monthly due on time and you’re only sending an automated reminder electronic notice, do you need a collection agency license in order to send that reminder notice?
HOAs, condo associations, and their property or association management companies, are all excluded from the definition of a debt collector under the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. The association itself is excluded because it originated the debt obligation, and the management company...Read more »
An estate needs to be opened, in the county (or City of Baltimore) where your father resided at the time of his death. Either your father had a will that named someone to act as Personal Representative or executor, or in the absence of a will or the person named not being willing or able to act,...Read more »
Would like to pay off what ever he owed. he had a savings but i don't know how to go about access it. he bought his car in FL but its with me in MD and i don't know if he owes money on it or not and how do i return the tags? if he has no money do i owe for him being the beneficiary? I... Read more »
You cannot do anything unless you are the Personal Representative of your brother's estate. You become that by petitioning to open an estate for your brother in the jurisdiction where he resided at the time of his death. In Maryland, that would be a county (or City of Baltimore) Register of...Read more »
In MD, video recording in public is allowed regardless of consent, while audio recordings require consent of both parties. Most cell phones record both, so theoretically, if you could prove your neighbor recorded audio of you, there may be a violation. In a court proceeding, illegally recorded or...Read more »
You need at least two documents: (1) a durable power of attorney for general financial matters; and (2) a durable power of attorney for healthcare decisions. They should not be one document--the healthcare POA should be separate. Your mother should also have a will if she doesn't have one,...Read more »
This is something a Maryland attorney would know best, as insurance is governed by state laws and can vary from state to state. But your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, PIP stands for personal injury protection. It is coverage for medical bills, lost wages, and related...Read more »
My father had a codicil drawn up about 23 years ago that would allow his lady friend to stay in his home until she died or moved. The house was deeded in his and my late mom's name. He died in 2012. About 7 years before then he added my one brother and me to the home deed. It has become a... Read more »
In this section a church shall mean a church or synagogue building dedicated to divine worship and in regular use for that purpose, but not a chapel occupying a minor portion of a building primarily devoted to other uses, and a school shall mean an elementary or secondary school, public or private,... Read more »
The term is defined differently for different purposes, and your question is not sufficiently narrow enough to give the context in which you would like the definition applied. For example, Maryland permits religious entities such as churches to incorporate as a religious corporation, and the term...Read more »
I only receive SSDI and have 2 minor children that are not his. He has provided us financial support plus a car title to him and a lifestyle for about 10 years. Now he wants the relationship over. Can I get any support
Whomever is the lawful owner of the property now has the authority it grant permission. Past permission granted by deceased owners is no longer effective. If more than one person is the lawful owner, any one of those persons may grant authority, although a dispute among owners over the issue will...Read more »
An attorney is currently employed at a government agency that is now investigating a firm that he (the attorney) use to work for. The attorney is being asked to assist with the investigation of his former firm.
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