We are not allowed to give you specific legal advise on this website or for that matter anywhere on the internet. Just like a doctor cannot tell you how to perform an operation. What I can tell you is that the general statute for harassment in NJ is 2C:33-4. If you need specific information on...Read more »
I was regrettably doing 88mph in a 35mph school zone. Honest to God I didn't know I was in a school zone I thought the speed limit was 50 either way I was late for work and speeding. So the officer told me I was doing 88mph then comes to give me the ticket and I realized he marked it down and... Read more »
There is also the possibility that the prosecutor will have the officer’s handwritten notes indicating that the officer already gave you a break when he issued the speeding ticket to you. If you are concerned, however, then meeting an attorney for a consultation might be something to consider...Read more »
She is trying to make me pay for 1/2 of it when the charges arent mine but she says she used the card for the house. As a user I can not get the transactions through Chase as she will need to approve it.
Its impossible for a lawyer to simply tell you that you are or are not liable for any or all of the charges on that card since there are multiple scenarios where a court can impose liability. As a simple example, if the charges were incurred for payment of "family expenses", they can be...Read more »
Every lease in NJ, both written and oral, are deemed to include the provision of quiet enjoyment. This means no one can enter the leased premises without the renter's permission unless it is an emergency such as a water or gas leak. If repairs are not made within a reasonable period of time,...Read more »
My husband is her only heir. He and I declined to take on any assets (namely her home and car) and we declined to administer the estate. A debtor is now suing for foreclosure and we are receiving endless summonses because we are named as heirs/interested parties. Do we need to answer these summons... Read more »
Whether or not you are willing to accept or be responsible for any interest in the state, you have an interest which needs to be addressed in the foreclosure action. You will continue to receive information. If you do nothing, at some pont in time, the plaintiff will seek the entry of a default in...Read more »
The owner of the property on which the retaining wall is located. The exact position of the wall should be shown on the survey of the property. Any questions about the construction should be addressed to the municipal building inspector.
Cost us over $100,000, continued property tax and maintenance and change of market due to rising interest rates. Kept telling us town issues, NOT, other issues, not ours. Talking about finally closing in a week , then Monday got a text saying the deal was over as he couldn’t get financing. It... Read more »
Yes, but I suggest you write to contract purchaser that you are declaring that the buyer has violated the terms of the contract. Further, you are keeping the deposit in satisfaction of the losses you have suffered by buyers' failure to perform.
Hello, I was in a traffic accident approximately 1yr and 5 months ago where I rear ended a motorvehicle. My vehicle (Sedan) was totaled the other vehicle (SUV) had some had rear end damage. After flagging down an Officer they completed their investigations and towed my car. I received the tow... Read more »
You can't still receive a ticket as you would be past the statute of limitations, but it sounds like you may already have had one. I would hire an attorney to research this and see if any tickets arose out of the situation to make sure you don't have a warrant for your arrest for not...Read more »
That's the same as the police officer motioning/telling you over his speaker to slow down. That doesn't mean that he can't give you a ticket later for speeding at that time. So yes you can still get a ticket for what happened.
My aunt's husband took a bullet to the head and is now on permanent disability. He is not all there cognitively and he will end up receiving scrap money from disability. They are going to issue a warrant for his arrest and he will absolutely NOT survive if sent to prison. The man is not stable... Read more »
He ( and a guardian on his behalf) need to meet with a family law attorney immediately. Yes, there are provisions in the law to address an individual with legitimate disabilities and presumably, if he is disabled, his child[ren] are receiving benefits as well.
It would depend on the statute where each one is written. Don't forget that statutes are written in different years and times so many words may mean something then and something different now, you have to look at the definition at the time the law was passed.
My employer detailed a $6,000 a month x 12 month training cost that required 24 months of work upon completion of the program otherwise repayment for the uncompleted months. Research shows the training program used did not cost 72k and my training did not last 12 months, only the “orientation... Read more »
More information is needed here - you should contact a New Jersey contract attorney to discuss your situation in greater detail. Repayment terms are generally enforceable to the extent they fairly approximate the value of what your employer paid for. However, the longer you've worked with the...Read more »
am a tenant in Jersey city. My apartments spare key is kept with the doorman. I got locked out today and requested the spare key. The doorman showed me that the key was missing from the spare key cabinet. The super let me in but I believe the landlord may have taken the key. I don’t feel safe... Read more »
It is a violation both of civil law and criminal law in New Jersey to lock you out of your apartment. What I would suggest you do is to change the locks on the door and leave a copy of the key with the doorman, get a signed receipt. In that way the landlord can't accuse you of changing the...Read more »
I believe allowing a seller to remain in the premises after closing is a very bad idea. If the Seller can not meet the closing date, postpone the closing. Provide in the postponement that Seller shall reimburse you for any costs you may be subject to as a result of Seller's inability to meet...Read more »
I was unaware what a co-signer was. I responded but the original signer did not. Would the court be able to put the full responsibility of the debt on me. I was just diagnosed with cancer and have no income while he does. Debt is from passaic county and I live in Passaic county. Court is in Morris... Read more »
As a cosigner, you are fully responsible for the debt. Age or state of health is no defense. If a judgment is entered against you, it is a valid lien for 20 years. You may be able to have the debt discharged by filing in bankruptcy. Speak to an attorney with bankruptcy experience,
Employers have a lot of discretion regarding changes to work schedules, and there are no laws that require employers to offer a certain amount of hours, so your employer's actions are not inherently unlawful. However, if you believe your hours have been reduced based on a discriminatory animus...Read more »
You need to schedule a post-divorce consultation with a New Jersey family law certified trial lawyer to discuss the standard applicable to emancipation and as to a parent's support obligation while in college. Presumably, you and your former spouse lived in NJ at the time of the divorce, which...Read more »
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