We sent dildos. (Never naked pics) And I wrote him a colorful story (sex story.) Eventually, I tell him I'm uncomfortable and need space. So he gets the staff involved and they said they want to track my ip, let me parents aware, and take legal action. What do I do? And he's crazy. What... Read more »
I see no question here. More details are necessary to provide a professional analysis of your issue. The best first step is an Initial Consultation with an Attorney. You can read more about me, my credentials, awards, honors, testimonials, and media appearances/ publications on my law practice...Read more »
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If you file against a case against the city and they don't answer the complaint does that means I can not sue does? If I don't get a 50 H hearing and a civil suit and the other family did does that means I have no suit and they do?
Not clear what you're asking in the details. Normally, in civil cases, if a defendant doesn't answer a properly-filed and served complaint, the plaintiff can file for a default judgment. Best to consult with a local lawyer about your matter.
You would have to submit a motion to file a late notice of claim, which naturally will be strongly opposed by the attorneys representing the City. Whether you will win this motion depends on several factors, including whether the City can prove that they were "prejudiced by the delay"...Read more »
You have one year and ninety days from the date of an accident to sue a town, village, city or one of it's departments. More importantly, though, you must make sure to file a notice of claim against the town, the sanitation department and the driver of the truck within 90 (ninety) days of the...Read more »
This is a very general question, and I would need more detail to give a specific answer. There are numerous sections of the CPLR that make reference to county clerks. Many topics regarding county clerks are found in Article 80 of the CPLR, and in particular, in sections 8019, 8020 and 8021.
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