Tenant previously stated the car did not run. Now they are not answering my calls or texts. The car is sitting right in front of garage door blocking access to one bay. Can I have the car towed to the street?
NO! You would be abandoning a non-working vehicle on a public street, which, of course, is illegal. I would first see if the police will have it towed since it is on private property and blocking access. If they refuse, there is a whole process for dealing with tenant abandoned cars that you...Read more »
Why don't you just wait until you turn 18 and not worry about the legal aspects. If you live to be 100 years old, which is where our life expectancies are heading, that means 82 years on your own. What's your rush? In terms of the law you have no legal capacity to sign any legal documents until...Read more »
You will need to ask he DMV. But you are a step parent and not either a custodial or non-custodial parent. To save on being hassled just have one of his parents go with him. I don't think DMV cares who has legal custody.
Who said you can't question the IRS. That's really bad news for my career if it's true. Which it's not. Hire a professional if you have an issue with a government agency and challenge their position. It's literally what lawyers are for.
The owner is deceased and his probate is a limited judgment the PR can't sell or transfer the titles without court approval. There are co-owners on one title that can't sell their interest due to this limited judgment on one probate co-owner. The probate refuses to dismiss the co-owners need relief... Read more »
This is really a tax question. I would seek advice from a Tax Attorney. Assuming the tax lien is recorded in the real estate records you can pull a copy of the lien from the recorders office and see what it says.
Rental term was November 7, 2018 to February 7, 2020, month to month thereafter, in city of Portland. One person is moving out voluntarily. We are considering putting the house on the market to sell. House used to be our own residence but when we moved out market was not good for selling. Can we... Read more »
If the current lease is signed by 3 co-tenants and one wants out at the end of the lease term, then arguably they are the ones not renewing (as long as you offer to renew but only to all 3). Entering into a new lease with just the remaining 2 is certainly an option if all of you agree, but...Read more »
Am I expected to just walk away from my house and 5 acres with barn and shop to split with my sister? She wont talk and just wants to hurry and sell the property so she and her husband can move to another state...I even offered to pay off the minor debts left from my dad..and when I chose to live... Read more »
It is not possible to give individualized advice without reviewing all of your individual facts and circumstances. However if your dad died without a will it is entirely possible that the house Is supposed to be distributed to you and your sister in equal shares. Most likely your best option to...Read more »
His reasoning is because he doesn’t want our child around their grandfather who has some sort of dementia or something like that at the moment because it could get hostile, but I do not think that he would be able to manage taking care of a child and a job and many other responsibilities that he... Read more »
The first question that I have is how old is your boyfriend? There could be some criminal liability on his part. Each parent has a claim to custody of the child, but the court gives a lot of weight to the primary caretaker of the child. Obviously there is no primary caretaker at this point, as...Read more »
I told her I didnt think she could do that. I also told her that I was going to start sending out resumes. She called me into her office and presented me with my last check and told me her attorney would be contacting me with a severance package. I asked her if she was firing me and she said no,... Read more »
I was gone for a work trip for 3 days. While on my flight on my way home, I received a notification that my Ring alarm was going off and that there was entry through my front door. I texted my boyfriend and had him call the police for me since I didn’t have the ability to call while in flight.... Read more »
Your consternation is understandable but IF they posted the notice on your door at least 24 hours before they actually entered, it most likely is legal since posting it on your main entrance door is a lawful way of serving you with the notice. Want to avoid a repeat in the future? When you leave...Read more »
My wife has a lease in oregon with two other roommates. One roommate is the daughter of the landlord. She also has a different lease from the other two tennants allowing her to have a dog. The other two tennants, my wife included, are not allowed to have any pets per the lease they have signed. Is... Read more »
Certainly - and is one reason to have separate leases rather than all on one. The terms of the landlord's agreement with one tenant does not have to be the same as with a different tenant, so long as they are on different leases. It also means that you can't get evicted if she does not pay her...Read more »
the plan states to do breast milk and if needed formula but i have text proof that we agreed on only breast milk, and formula if he ever ran out. he refused to take the breast milk for this week and is all of a sudden switching the child to formula, which is not good for my child's stomach. we have... Read more »
It isn't clear whether the parenting plan you refer to is something that is already ordered by the court or just something you two agreed to informally. When a child is young and still nursing typically the court doesn't order over night visits with the other parent but rather just short day visits...Read more »
Hello all, my tenant didn't pay Dec.2019 rent after 144 hour notice nonpayment, I filed an eviction and trial, The court grants default judgment in favor of defendant dismissing plaintiff complaint( because I didn't have proof of mail service) tenant didn't sign off certificate mail at USPS.... Read more »
No offense, but your posting does not make a lot of sense. You refer to serving both 144 hr and 72 hr notices; if both sides appeared in court, there would not have been a default Judgment since neither side defaulted if they showed up.
It sounds likely that a new 72 hr notice needs to...Read more »
Can an employer threaten employees with termination if co-workers, as witnesses for a fired employee? In an unemployment hearing. I went to my hearing without any witnesses or evidence. I know I could have subpoenaed witnesses but I respected their fear termination. Of course, I was denied again.... Read more »
There is no way to understand what you are asking because there simply isn't enough detail. Frankly you can't get anything more then general suggestions on Justia. We can't give legal advice to people that haven't met with us as clients. All we can do is say what you could try and that is...Read more »
He told me that the store i managed is closing down ( due to cost of business vs revenue brought in ) he stated it wasn't sales related it was just what traffic we had gotten. With that being said my only 2 options are to " take severance " which he stated to be " like 2 weeks pay " or to transfer... Read more »
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