Timur Akpinar's answer A starting point could be to bring the underrated tires to the attention of the dealership. If they agree to the issue you raise and are willing to work with you to remedy the problem, that might be the most cost-effective solution.
Joseph Jaap's answer Did you tell landlord about it? If the apartment is not habitable, then you must move out. If landlord won't pay the extra cost of your alternate living accommodations, then you would have to sue landlord to get reimbursement for that and for replacement of any lost property you have to replace. If landlord cannot fix the apartment in a reasonable time, ask for an early lease termination.
Joseph Jaap's answer Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review all the facts and advise you of your options. If there is no written agreement allowing you to stay and money for your rent, then you might have to move.
Timur Akpinar's answer You could consult with a collections attorney in your state as to your remedies. If you repost your question in the Collections section of this website, an attorney who works in that area would have a better chance of picking it up.
Matthew Williams' answer It is illegal for the casino to rig games in a way specific to some individual or jackpot, yes. But, the games are rigged the regular old legal way so any long time player is bound to be a loser. Look at the machines. They actually say on them things like "This slot pays out 97% of all wagers," which means it returns 97% of your money over time slowly eating you away until you have nothing.
Joseph Jaap's answer If you cannot work it out with the landlord, and if rent has not been paid, then the landlord probably can get the eviction. Contact your local senior services agencies, and local housing assistance agencies for help finding a place. And definitely get a new bank.
Joseph Jaap's answer It depends on the wording of the easement that was signed by grantor and recorded in the county records. But typically, the easement is non-exclusive, and the grantor can continue to use the easement area along with the grantee. So if grantee installs a driveway in the easement area, grantor can use it, unless the easement says otherwise. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the easement and advise you.
Joseph Jaap's answer The neighbors should band together and hire an engineer to inspect and determine a cause for the problem, then the neighbors can retain an attorney to review the situation, talk with the city, and try to find a resolution.
Joseph Jaap's answer If the home has been conveyed to you from the estate, and you are now the owner, then you can evict your sister. If there is no lease, then she is a month to month tenant, which can be terminated by either landlord or tenant at the end of any month by giving 30 days written notice. Notice given now would terminate the lease on April 30. So give her written notice, and if she is not vacated on May 1, then you can give her a 3 day notice to leave, and if not out, then you can file an eviction...
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