That sounds like something that would generally be up to individual employers in their policies for travel expense reimbursement more so than something addressed by state law. Your post remains open for five weeks - for the most meaningful input, you could check with a Virginia employment attorney....Read more »
My mother was on hospice and passed away 1/28/20. The hospice physician indicated the wrong cause of death on the death certificate. I made them aware of the error and it has not been correctly amended to date. Meanwhile, I am waiting for an accurate certified copy to send to the insurance company... Read more »
I was in labor all night and begged for help but was denied assistance because I was just a "convict" trying to get out of jail. On September 16, 2013, at 6:05 am I gave birth in the Neshoba County Jail
Unfortunately, with the way that Mississippi law works, the time frame to file a lawsuit against the county has likely long-since expired. Typically, to sue a county in state court, you only have one year from the date that the conduct occurred.
In MD, video recording in public is allowed regardless of consent, while audio recordings require consent of both parties. Most cell phones record both, so theoretically, if you could prove your neighbor recorded audio of you, there may be a violation. In a court proceeding, illegally recorded or...Read more »
There's talk of individual relief checks by officials in Washington, D.C. We should have more information in the near future on what is finally decided in terms of relief measures for the public. Good luck
You may be an Heir At Law, and the Heirs are now the owners as Tenants In Common of the real property. Someone that knew her can execute and record an Affidavit of Heirship. This tells the world who the titled owners are, that is it becomes their source of title.
Some General Sessions Courts have a form for Action To Recover Personal Property. Many do not but should have a form for a Civil Warrant, which you would type in the prayer for an Action To Recover Personal Property. This action may require a Bond, coordination with the Sheriff, or may need a...Read more »
You can retain an automobile with a mechanic's lien without filing anything so long as you don't violate any portions of the Ohio Consumer Sales Protection Act (OSCPA), specifically everything in OAC 109:4-3-13 Motor vehicle repairs or services. Your situation is a little different in that your...Read more »
My legal name on my birth certificate is different from the name I’ve been using my whole life. My legal information, like SS# drivers license number and schooling is in the name I use not my legal name. I want to travel outside of the US and need a passport that now I am not able to option.
I paid for an online service back in December and asked for a refund in the beginning of January. Since the beginning of January, they have dragged me along each day asking for more money to get the refund back to me, which I paid. This is still going on now. I’ve ended up paying them a few... Read more »
Their actions are likely violations of Ohio's Consumer Sales Practices Act. If they haven't paid you but have demanded more money before they give you a refund, you can likely seek your damages from them, plus treble (three times) damages, and reasonable attorney fees.
I do understand the gravity of cosigning. She makes more than enough to pay the rent. They require proof of 3x rent in monthly income which she cannot meet. I have no worries about her paying and we both have excellent credit. Thank you
so what is your question? you as co-signed will be liable for rent and any damage to the ex-wife's apartment. it has no bearing on you being able to get your own apartment. every company has their own criteria for what the tenant must show in order to rent the apartment
You need at least two documents: (1) a durable power of attorney for general financial matters; and (2) a durable power of attorney for healthcare decisions. They should not be one document--the healthcare POA should be separate. Your mother should also have a will if she doesn't have one, as...Read more »
A Georgia real estate attorney would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, it could be legal because it sounds like the actions of a private entity. Had it been affiliated with the government, doing something like that could have run afoul of...Read more »
If your daughter obtained an eviction order from the court against you the date and time you have to be out should be on the court order. If your daughter has not obtained an eviction order from the court against you and is merely telling you to leave, then when you have to leave is between you and...Read more »
I have a fence line that is shared with a neighbor. They have installed game cameras on the shared fence line facing our property. This area is not accessable to the public so it is private property to private property. And this is in Texas
A Texas attorney (or maybe a lawmaker) could best advise on this, and in particular, one familiar with ordinances in your municipality or town. But you await a response for four weeks. As a general matter, this question arises frequently these days as the use of these things expands. In general,...Read more »
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