The DEP approved the drawings and construction has began. It's a 700 acre farm that is fenced at my property line.
answered on Jun 11, 2021
That is more a matter for your zoning commission. It could be a violation of zoning regulations. A person isn't required to use land in a way that is aesthetically pleasing.
(He will not provide the details himself).
answered on Jun 23, 2020
You can also make a claim under your homeowners policy. They will investigate the electrician if it’s covered under your policy.
My gas Bill's tripled dec and Jan. $140 in dec and $193 jan. I live in an efficiency smaller than most hotel rooms. I paid less in 3 bedroom houses monthly in past even in winter. I keep bugging and disputing and landlords avoiding. Bill is due Friday. Can I call gas company out without his... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2020
I assume that you live in a building which houses more than one tenant; that neither you nor any other tenant has its own gas meter; that you have lived at the building for a long time and that you have a written lease with a term longer than month-to-month; that you have read the lease carefully... Read more »
My question is if they buy out my property to set up a drill pad, should I try to negotiate for not only the replacement cost of the buildings, but the lost income of the property? The lots are only 100' wide, so any drilling will affect multiple plots. There are 5 rentals beside my home plus... Read more »
answered on Sep 28, 2019
Yes you need to negotiate to get everything you will lose. I negotiate these purchases all the time.
90.50 at 27 an hr an 50.50 at 13.50
answered on Jul 24, 2018
not knowing your overtime rate it's hard to tell what your figures are but the wage hour division of the US Department of Labor would have information on filing a complaint.
Suggest if you haven't already save your check stubs as those should show the hours you worked each week... Read more »
How to properly ask the judge after decision made to reconsider. Other side asking about current health issues and history because we want to opt out of a dangerous smart meter technology.
answered on Feb 6, 2018
Fortunately, this particular error is a well-trod path and the USPTO is fairly generous in allowing you to fix this situation.
So in addition to the regular maintenance fee, and the small late fee for not paying in the first half of the year-long window, you will need to pay a fee to... Read more »
I own a house that my son lives in. On June 13th a branch took out the power lines. My neighbors n I called and a couple hours later it was back on. My son never told me they left the line in the yard. Went down today with my boyfriend and saw the line. Instead of removing the branch and lifting... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2017
If fortunately nothing happened, and they have put it right no. You can only make a claim for what happened, not what could have happened.
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