This is something that an Alabama attorney could advise best on, but your post remains open for five weeks. At this point, you could ask the public relations liaisons for the elected officials or lawmakers in the applicable county(s). Noise ordinances can be specific to a city or town. Outside city...Read more »
Resulted in my driver's license being suspended, not being able to drive, the new car not being able to be driven, and DMV wanting to fill out forms with process times of 7-10 business days, plus cost of restoration plus daily suspension fees.
You have an excellent cause of action to file a civil action against the dealership to recover any damages you nhave sustained. Further, you may wish to file a criminal complaint also. However, when demanding payment for damages do not threaten filing a criminal complaint if the dealership refuses...Read more »
I read that Chapter 718 now requires condo associations to implement a website for the COA under 2018 changes to Florida law. I am president of a FL HOA governed by Chapter 720. I'm trying to locate the similar requirement under Chapter 720 law. Are HOAs also now required by law to... Read more »
No, there is no requirement for HOAs to have a website. Chapter 720 is a little confusing because it requires a HOA to have their estoppel information on their website, but that has been interpreted to mean if they have a website it must include the estoppel information.
Unless there are other details, this would not create the basis for a lawsuit against the city. It is not a Municipal Law matter; it is a Landlord-Tenant Law matter. You could repost in that category or reach out to attorneys who practice landlord-tenant law. Good luck
I was on a bicycle and pedestrian path many people use every day! I was still on the path and it had a crosswalk on the path. The driver of the car had a pedestrian yield sign and didn’t yield hitting me and causing severe injuries. Police came with ambulance and fire trucks and I was rushed to... Read more »
Show up in court and ask for driving school. It only costs $40 bucks instead of $300 for the ticket. After you take the class file the certificate with the court and ask that it be dismissed. It only works if it’s your first ticket. So slow down!! Good luck!!
My wife got arrested last year the lady over the evidence room was going to give me my gun back and she said the investigator has the kind I contacted the investigator and he said the only way I could get my gun back is if she turns in names how is he legally able to keep that gun out of the... Read more »
The police are allowed to keep the firearm for evidentiary reasons, meaning it is evidence in a crime until that case is concluded. A case is not concluded until the person is found either A) not guilty or B) all appeals have been exhausted. If the person is convicted, I would anticipate that the...Read more »
Outside of NOAA's federal guidelines, it's also governed by state law. Since these can differ from state to state, you'd need to to look into Departments of Environmental Conservation, Wildlife Protection, Natural Resources, or other names under which the entities that oversee this...Read more »
I need details to give you any kind of reasonable advice. Who did what, when, how, and why? Tell your story in a chronological way, from beginning to end. Identify all witnesses and what they said, did or know. Supplement that with all the records you have relating to the incident in question. Then...Read more »
Each County has a period where Tax Appraisals can be contested. Contact the Tax Assessor in that County and find out what the process is and when. You too late for 2020 but you can file the written contested appraisal application now.
We purchased a home in McHenry, IL and back up to a major roadway. We have dogs and kids and want to put in a 6' fence and not give up 30' of our yard. The restrictions are on the plat but nobody knows who owns them to have them removed. The restrictions are:
Based upon your description, it appears the City is/would be cooperative with your ultimate goal. It is likely the restrictions were put in place by the developer, perhaps based upon zoning or right of way issues. I would think the City should be able to work with you to develop a solution. I...Read more »
You could repost your question in the Probate and Estate Planning categories. There's no guarantee all questions are picked up, but those categories are closer to the topic you ask about. You might have better chances of a response there. Good luck
This sounds like something that an attorney practicing in Puerto Rico could advise best on - you may want to repost it there. But you await an answer for three weeks. As a GENERAL matter, jurisdictions could have their own requirements for POAs. But as a general matter, it can SOMETIMES be at the...Read more »
It looks like part of your post may have gotten left off - that's probably why it remains open for four weeks. There's no guarantee all questions are picked up, but if you included what the law you're talking about is, a Chicago attorney would be in a better position to offer...Read more »
This is a business/industrial area without a lot of foot traffic, but there are many people that must take the bus and then walk or ride their bike to work from the bus stop. The company stores pallets near the sidewalk and drives their forklift onto the sidewalk, backing up without looking to see... Read more »
If its a violation of a Municipal ordinance, you can ask the police to patrol and cite. The employer may also be in violation of workplace safety rules, so you could make a complaint to Cal-OSHA and it might investigate and require modification of the workplace practices.
Preventing deprivation not possible. Need authority to cite if it exists. Trying various search terms for many days. Car booted while awaiting payment of fines, tow ordered 72 hours later, but payment processing center not open and no other means available. Tried to make payment while boot attached... Read more »
I would need more information in order to answer this question. Did you request that the case be dismissed when the officer did not show up? Did you enter a plea to the charge? More information is needed in order to answer your question.
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