Thomas C Gallagher's answer If it's a question about a Missouri case, you could post the question under the appropriate Missouri category so that a Missouri lawyer will see it, and perhaps answer it for you. In case you weren't aware, this was posted in Minnesota, the wrong state for the question.
Matthew Williams' answer Not exactly. If you plead not guilty in Mayor's Court, your case gets transferred to Municipal Court, which may seem like getting charged twice. You may owe court costs in both courts which is getting charged (money charged not traffic or criminally charged) twice.
Will Blackton's answer This may depend on how the PoA will be used. If, for example, the PoA is granted to allow one spouse to purchase a residential home in Wake County in the names of both spouses, it would make sense to record the PoA in Wake County.
Who is supposed to honor this PoA? Many businesses/professionals will refuse to honor old PoAs, considering them to have gone "stale."
If you're using the PoA to accomplish a specific task, ask the person who will be honoring the PoA where they...
Michael David Siegel's answer The notice of claim is not a lien. You have no claim against the new owner or property. Your money claim against the city survives but must timely be turned into a lawsuit.
Andrea Rogers' answer Almost any error on a speeding ticket can be corrected at any time by either the police officer or the Prosecuting Attorney. If the description of where the traffic stop occurred was completely wrong, that might be grounds to get the ticket dismissed, but other simple errors are not.
Nelson Jose Francisco Alvarez-Aponte's answer Good evening and thank you for using JUSTIA. The surviving daughter has to create her beloved mother's estate and file aprobate court proceedure. The court will then issue a decree naming all of the mother's children (dead or alive) members of the estate. The nephews and nieces will then have to create the deceased member of thier grandmother's estate inorder to represent said member as part of said estate. Each estate will need to file an inheritance tax return and when a tax release is issued...
James G. Ahlberg's answer There is no way to answer this question without knowing why the municipality is threatening to demolish your house, what their local ordinances provide and whether their local ordinances are appropriate under state law. The stakes are high, so you need to make an appointment with a local lawyer as quickly as possible. Bring any and all notices, letters or other information you received from the municipality to your first appointment with the lawyer.
Joseph Jaap's answer You each own a 1/3 interest. The county does not care who pays the taxes, as long as they get paid. You don't get it all the acreage, just because you paid the taxes and they didn't. If the acreage is ever sold, all 3 of you must agree to it and sign the deed. At that time, you can tell them you want to be repaid for their share of the taxes or you won't agree to sell. If they refuse to pay, then you can hold up the sale until they agree to pay it. Or you can file a partition action in...
Richard Sternberg's answer First, you can cut the ivy right back to the property line, and cut it back any time it is on your property even if the effect of that is to kill the vine. You may also be able to poison it on your property even if the vine carries that poison back to the roots and kills the plant. If you can find such a poison for that ivy, you can tell your neighbor that you will use it unless he gets his plant off your land.
Your best argument to make it your neighbor’s responsibility is to show...
Doak Willis' answer The answer to that question turns on what type of a facility that you are referring to that may be barring a process server from entering. There are certainly facilities that exist that process servers can be barred from entering. You will need to specify what type facility that your question revolves around.
Peter H. Westby's answer You should speak with a real estate attorney to learn your legal rights. Once your attorney knows all of the facts, including the history of your use and connection with this property since its purchase, he or she will be able to recommend options. A quiet title action may be of help. A partition action might also be considered. In either case a court will need to determine your interest in this property. Since this is a transaction between family members, it is likely that the written...
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