Technically, you would file an action to quiet title. Or you would ask that person to sign the title over to you. Otherwise you treat it as abandoned property, and have it disposed of. To cover yourself I would suggest you notify the police first.
The home was inherited to my boyfriend and his aunt from his grandmother who owned the house but left it to my boyfriend and his aunt. She is threatened to make him leave, but yet he's taken care of the house and lived in it for the past 2 years. The aunt has her own home in north Carolina.
Guys said they were not responsible. I got quotes on damage and now my neighbor is saying they will pay by check to the auto body shop. Should i write out a contract and ask receive the money with both our signed signatures or allow them to write the check the company(not knowing if they will do... Read more »
Me and college friends were discussing wether a person can wear there underwear while driving there car or would this be considered lewdness or indecent exposure of any kind. The arguments were if your sitting in your car and they cant see you from the waste down is it illegal? Then the question... Read more »
Generally, it would depend on the situation. A traffic stop is for violation of the traffic laws. Assuming you entered your car in a garage and never exited the car in public it would not be indecent exposure. If you wore a bathrobe over it I don't see an issue.
Vehicle was held in garage included in rent was told vehicle had to be removed and every attempt to do so was denied and garage was not accessible without keys I didn’t have available vehicle was towed while I was at work and company information was denied to me along with whereabouts of my car... Read more »
He was cheating w his ex while I was working. I bought him alot of expensive stuff on my credit cards but he was just using me to get stuff he couldn't pay for..he moved out and in with his ex and now I'm packing up his stuff to give to him...do I have to give him the things I bought him... Read more »
You can remove the temporary registration from the car window when you receive your registration in the mail from PennDOT or when you print the permanent registration from PennDOT's website. The temporary registration you get from the dealership is typically valid for 90 days.
No, a person cannot be convicted at a preliminary hearing. A preliminary hearing is not a hearing to determine guilt or innocence. It is a hearing to determine whether the commonwealth has sufficient evidence that a crime has been committed and that it is more likely than not that the charged...Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but you await a response for two weeks and time is likely of the essence. It's probably a narrow area of practice, but she could search for professional license defense attorneys or nursing license defense attorneys. She could look to see what general...Read more »
Depends on the college's rules. If you are being blackmailed, the person trying to do that faces far more severe penalties. Pictures may show what appears to be a minor consuming alcohol. They aren't proof the minor did consume alcohol. For college charges that may not matter but for...Read more »
i commented on a post about stimulus checks, and this person turned it into an argument about something that happened 10 years ago and says they’re doing to press charges against me for harassment because i reacted to a post they made after they unfriended me. she followed up on instagram saying... Read more »
Anyone can file a complaint. Whether or not it is something the police would do anything about is another thing. Keep a copy of her postings (hard copy), showing time and date; likewise any instagram or other transmission. Keep your response to a simple "I disagree." and say no more....Read more »
Call the police - they might be committing criminal harassment and criminal threatening. This could lay the foundation for obtaining a restraining order or peace bond but also start the process of getting them the mental health care services that they need. You want the police involved to...Read more »
As a general matter, cancellation can mean termination of something, such as a membership or contract. Cancellation is generally deemed to be more permanent in nature than suspension. But it all depends on context and usage. Good luck
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