I'm unaware of it. The practice should have asked. He can file a complaint with the licensing board but I dont see anything. However he should contact a member of the State of Washington Trial Lawyers Assn/Assn for Justice--they give free consults.
I am unclear what you are exactly asking or what you even are referring to re "w/o contract attached". Verbal rental agreements are perfectly legal for month to month tenancies though it can be difficult to prove the exact agreed upon terms when it is only verbal. Nor is it clear what you mean by...Read more »
It may depend upon the exact circumstances and the buyer's form of financing needs but the general rule is the landlord must wait until he has accepted an offer and then provide a month to month tenant with at least 90 days prior written notice, as well as copies of the sales paperwork. Do note...Read more »
I was visibly sick , I lost my voice. I cook at a hibachi grill , I couldn't communicate with my customers and I had to work the entire shift. I had to try and yell and my voice was completely gone the next day so I said no when he tried to force me to work. I went to work still sick the next day,... Read more »
My boss suspended me indefinitely and then he kept my final paycheck because of a draw taken , I told him it was illegal and made him pay me. He was about three weeks late paying me and he changed my dependents to exempt and took 25% of my take home for himself. I have a court ordered child support... Read more »
There are a lot of things going on, but yes, it sounds like he would owe you a minimum of 8 hours of pay for each day he was late. But there is the possibility he owes more, a lot more. You should contact an employment law attorney near you to discuss.
I was told 1000$ for not making us take 15 minute breaks and for not keeping a record of it ? Can I make him pay me 30min for everyday I didn't get a lunch ? If so how how many shifts can I make him pay me for ?
I didn't receive any online paystubs for my direct deposit the entire time my employer used this online payroll company . He switched companies and got a new computer , him and his friend that switched out computers , put up a bunch of security cameras all over the resteraunt. I find this strange... Read more »
Garnishment and a draw are two different things. A garnishment is a legal process your employer cannot do without being told to do it by someone with authority, such as a court; or if it is for their own purposes of money you owe them, only after they get a judgment from a court.
You are divorced. Once you are divorced the property division is FINAL. You can't change it now. I am assuming you got divorced first, fire second. But seriously, you can buy a gun or two much cheaper that pay an Attorney to fight over this. Just go buy your guns and be done with it. As...Read more »
I get no compensation. I don’t want my dad to get into trouble and get my siblings taken away. I want to know what my options are to get out of my house. Could I move in with a different family member? Would I get in trouble legally for leaving?
You generally have only two options - let your mother know so she can Petition the court for a change of custody or report that you are being abused to children's services or a school counselor or your doctor. If you report abuse there will be an investigation and you and your siblings could be...Read more »
My boyfriends brother is the executor and we dont get along and me and my boyfriend the beneficiary have been living in this home for 9 years together. Can his brother kick me out while it's in probate
This is impossible to answer without knowing all the facts such as how many beneficiaries there are in total and what the debts are that have to be paid. So yes, it's possible to get kicked out but again that depends on all the facts. Your boyfriend needs to consult with an attorney. You are...Read more »
More details would be needed here for an attorney to respond - at least some basic information about the type of matter involved. Or if it is something you don't wish to post on a public forum, you could contact attorneys in your area directly. Good luck
He was going to call police and me without a license didn’t know what to do. So he told his insurance as well as my boyfriends insurance it was my fault. So now I am so scared and don’t know what to do. A claim has been filled with both insurance company’s.
I think you are responding to questions I asked you when I posted a response to a question you posted earlier but I really can't tell for sure as this post is not linked to the prior post. Please understand that the Attorneys who respond don't know who you are and don't work for Justia. We just...Read more »
My parents estate is in probate and my sister is the executor. I want to buy one of the properties and my siblings say they want to be bought out. Is there any way i can have this in legal writing so i know for sure im getting it and they cant change their mind last second. Or is nothing able to be... Read more »
Ask them to sign a stipulated court order in the probate that gives you the right of first refusal to buy the property. You will want to include something in the order that sets the way to determine what the fair market value price will be that you have to pay. Remember you can only get a...Read more »
Definitely tell your boyfriend's insurance. They will probably cover the accident if you had permission to drive his car and your are not a member of his household. If you are a member of his household meaning you live with him, there may be a clause in the policy which excludes members of the...Read more »
You certainly can receive additional charges of Recklessly Endangering in a child is in the vehicle. It generally matters on how the driving was, and how impaired the driver was. Having a child in the car can also make someone ineligible for Diversion in Oregon which makes the punishment...Read more »
How might a tenant Claim in court the Rule is Not applied to All tenants? Landlord Acknowledged on multiple occasions that Another Tenant also violates said rule but has not been required to comply or Vacate.
Generally you don't. You and your landlord can enforce the terms of your rental agreement. You have no authority to intervene in an agreement between the landlord and another tenant if you are not a party to that agreement.
No advanced notice from a landlord is required in order for them to enter a common area. Notice is only required to enter an area where a tenant has the right to exclude others. Since it is a common area, no specific tenant has the exclusive right to exclude from a common area.
Assuming her doctor is willing to "prescribe" an emotional support animal, and will give her a letter saying that, her landlord has nothing to say about it and is required by law to allow it and may not charge her anything extra for a security deposit, "pet rent", or any other charge because of the...Read more »
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