Your friend's situation may involve local ordinances and regulations related to housing and land use, so it's essential for him to consult with an attorney who specializes in municipal or property law in the New Albany, IN area. Here are some general steps he can consider taking:...View More
In Fort Wayne, Indiana, if you're considering allowing your son to place a trailer or mobile home on your property, there are several factors to consider regarding potential fees. First, it's important to check the local zoning ordinances. These rules determine what types of structures...View More
If a family member refuses to remove a camper and personal items from your property after being given notice, you may have legal remedies available. Typically, the next step involves initiating a formal eviction process through your local court. After obtaining a court order, if the family member...View More
The legality of fines imposed by an Indiana town for non-compliance with contractor registration hinges on the town's specific ordinances and regulations. Indiana state law allows municipalities to establish their own rules regarding contractor registration and penalties. These fines are...View More
I cannot answer your question off the top of my head, but the two areas of possible concern:
(1) Are Indiana massage therapists, in general, subject to laws that would prohibit you from practicing in your home? Sources of possible restrictions include the provisions of the Indiana Code...View More
My friend was pulled over and went to jail and then the cop allowed me to drive off in the car with the suspended license.. and then later down the line requested that driving while suspended charges be put on me is that even possible?.. I have no idea charges were filed against me until almost 3... View More
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney on specific local laws, it could be up to the establishment. It's possible they could object for health, business, or other reasons. Good luck
Your only hope is to sue them, but I don't know what you'd allege. When you signed the title to them, voluntarily, it became their car. I know this was all verbal. See an attorney and expect to pay a good amount for someone to take your case.
My car is mexican and insurance only covers third party accidents. The sheriff said I needed to go to the city so that they would make the electric company pay for the damages. Inspection determined that the pole fell due to the wood being rotten. The car suffered great damages and is unusable now.... View More
Hopefully, you took several pictures of the car with the downed light pole so that you can prove that the damage to the vehicle was caused by the downed pole. You said that the sheriff was there so the sheriff should have prepared a report, memorializing the downed utility pole and the damage to...View More
Plus taking the exposition of pleading guilty to the facts but not to a crime. This also requires them to PROVE their claims, produce first hand witnesses or injured parties, and require them to prove their bonding information, among other things
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. There are a number of terms presented here, and the context is not fully clear as to whether they pertain to criminal or civil elements of a legal matter. The admiralty/maritime connection was not readily apparent from...View More
Live on East side guetto of Indy but my husband i are proffesionals with no criminal record. Proud gun owners with license to carry. Earlier this year a guy(age 24) and 2 kids broke into the 3rd house down from mine. I witnessed the crime. Reported it. They came out and spoke to the 3 criminals and... View More
Your options are to ask to speak to the supervisors of the officers or the chief of police. Another option would be to contact the prosecutors office and schedule an appointment to speak with a prosecutor. Have you also contacted the local media?
A lot depends on the size of your backyard. You should probably review local ordinances on noise, parking, etc. Your municipality or political subdivision will have ordinances on file. If you have any concerns, contact an attorney, or perhaps even your zoning board.
it sounds like a question involving the recent controversy at munster indiana hs. there are valid points on both sides but ultimately it is up to the school board to decide. a legal challenge is academic at this point because the board has apparently retreated from the proposal. this shows that...View More
This is likely governed by a local ordinance. Given that every municipality is different, there is no easy answer. You will have to check with the local authority. A permit may also be required depending on the local ordinance.
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