I work in a mall and my store only has one exit, the main doorway. After a recent emergency including an active shooter, I’m concerned about my coworkers and my own safety. This does not only put us in more danger during an active shooter situation, but also any fire emergencies.
The requirements for multiple exits in a store, including those in a mall, are governed by local building codes and fire safety regulations, which can vary by location. Generally, these codes require a certain number of exits based on the store's size, layout, and the maximum occupancy. This...View More
Father gave me a truck back in Feb my sister who has power of attorney refused to give me title. Needing a vehicle I traded it for one that was ready to go as the truck wasn't anyway needing a motor. My father took my sister's side and reported it stolen the. Passed away. Now I have... View More
Hire a CO criminal lawyer now. He will need to gather the facts of the transfers,and determine who the next of kin of the Father is, But that probably means you only own an interest in the vehicle, not the whole. You will need a witness who can swear to the next of kin's identification....View More
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It doesn't sound normal. Shower water isn't supposed to sting. There are law firms that handle toxic tort matters (these are cases that deal with exposure to toxic or hazardous substances). But the first...View More
The restraining order was from domestic violence had a portection order and it was a lot of vehicles and a camper (all his belongings were in it) I was also being told by code enforcement that they (20 some vehicles) needed to be removed or they were going to condem my property for it being... View More
In a criminal matter, you will be given a lawyer if you can't afford one. My best advice: Don't talk to anyone, particularly the police or prosecutor, without a lawyer. Whenever in court, say, I want a lawyer. And then talk with that person.
The "managers apt" has never had heat due to the pipes being removed during a remodel a few yrs ago.Owner is providing a residence that is in violation of state codes which disqualifies her from getting the 3M credit. This is our 2nd winter up here w/o heat.
I am not sure how the US Dept. of Labor is related to landlord tenant issues. Are you asking how a person who allegedly has an uninhabitable apartment for lease can also receive a federal grant? If so, a US DOL grant is not related to civil landlord-tenant disputes; some criminal charges can impact...View More
There are few hardship exceptions for skipping a criminal charge. The most common approach for people who have out-of-state legal matters is to hire a lawyer in the original state (note: any jail time will still need to occur in the original state). It would be wise to attend because an active...View More
It seems to me if they are collecting money from the community for building they should do inspection and require contractors to be licensed to protect thier community. Otherwise what are they collecting fees for permits? Isn't that part of thier job and responsibilities to keep... View More
All cities and municipalities have ordinances and codes available for free via the web and usually a written form at city offices. There is not duty on cities (or state/federal legislators) to disclose when local rules differ from a standard national/international model.
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