property floods water backs up like a pond half of my 1.5 acre yard is flooded. i ve tried talking to them but they don't want to talk about it. natural flow is from my property through their property to retention pond.
Your neighbor has created what the law calls a "nuisance"- you have the right to sue to have it removed. It sounds like the situation can be corrected, so the nuisance is "temporary." Consult an experienced real estate lawyer.
I rented a property with a one year lease agreement but only lived there about four months. I allowed other immediate family members to live there after i left and they did horrific damage to house. I have since fixed all damage (myself not by pros). Unfortunately, nothing suits landlord. It's... Read more »
You signed the Lease Contract, which apparently has not been terminated. Read the Lease concerning termination/ default. If you quit paying, the landlord can sue you for the remaining agreed rent, and might add damages. But he might not be able to collect. Walking away might be the prudent...Read more »
No but it helps. There may be other liens, etc. A Fed Tax Lien needs to be released of record, both in the County of recording, and possibly other Counties. The Taxpayer may still have a Notice of Deficiency on him, or some other tax problem. A title search is necessary, and if there is a...Read more »
I have a quick question my husband was sued by a creditor its a loan company where he took out loan for someone he went to court and they got a judgment for just over $4,000 we have been unable to make payment arrangements so my questions are as followed we file married and joint on federal income... Read more »
Very often the Creditor will find something that appears to be his and then levy on it. You must keep your money and taxes separate. They cannot take the refund, but once it is a check payable to either of you, or deposited, it is an asset available. You do not have that big of a problem if...Read more »
We had told them at the ending of last month they need to be moved out now they are saying they have 2 months to live there still. They havent paid rent with in the last 3 months at all. Saying we have no right to step on that property to remove them?? They are trying to argue alot with us. The... Read more »
You have to file a Detainer Warrant on the adults. It must be served or posted. You go to Court and ask for possession only. If they do not leave 10 days after judgment, then you must get a Writ issued for the Sheriff to remove them.
Veterans' Court is a great privilege, so consider yourself fortunate. Many Courts dismiss the charges upon completion of the entire Veteran protocol. It will involve doing things other Defendants do not have to worry with. Your lawyer should answer your questions, but the important thing is to...Read more »
Non-married, child. 12/15 breakup. Verbal agreement 50/50 sharing. I paid for 80%+ of food, toys, clothing, etc. Everything good. They popped another child out 10/16 and another one 10/17 with partner. Bad financial management led to them getting evicted, 03/18. Provided ex and children a roof over... Read more »
If you are sued by your ex for child support and are properly served, and then you fail to respond, be it in Tenn. or Fla., you'll likely end up with some kind of default order against you. Which can lead to further issues. Best not to ignore lawsuits if one is filed--things usually just get worse....Read more »
You can file a Motion to Modify your Sentence to Unsupervised Probation for the remainder. You need all costs paid perfectly, and the PO or DA can oppose it if they want. These Motions are usually granted if not immediately, then later. I recommend you have a competent attorney file it and...Read more »
No. You have to be convicted for there to be some type of sentence. A conviction can either be by a jury or if you accept a plea by the District Attorney, you are convicted. I would hire a local attorneyl
Have you performed a title search? Because of permissive use over time there may be a prescriptive use easement for the benefit of the other property, or you may be able to assert none exists. Be prepared to litigate by hiring a competent attorney to look into it. The burdening water use...Read more »
Evidently you pled guilty and paid the Citation. The DOS puts points against your MVR for the last year, and you are only allowed 11. If you get a Notice of Suspension from DOS, hire a competent attorney to get an admin hearing. You cannot remove MVR points.
My niece bought a house in NC, it was sold and bought 4 times before she bought it. No one ever found the Will from 2003 leaving it to family. But now that she is selling it they found it and they want her to cut the price. Is this legal or not?
The LEO must have gotten your information from his computer check of your tag. The Citation may or may not have errors, but its validity is not an issue, irregardless how the LEO drafted it prior to issuance.
Absolutely. A TN Registered Licensed Land Surveyor has a License to allow him to survey virtually anywhere in TN. He is not trespassing. Obviously every landowners' property has common corners to someone else's land.
My GA speeding ticket (84 in a 70) was dismissed through community service and traffic school. I now got another ticket in NC for going 72 in a 55. Will my first ticket be reinstated since it’s only been seven months?
Hopefully not, but where is your License issued? You should hire a competent NC attorney to get the Ticket there dismissed or reduced. Then it has no effect on any DL. It is doubtful NC will talk to GA until the Citation has a disposition, and hopefully will never talk to GA.
What is your question? You do not have a "title 40". That comprises hundreds of Statutes. Hopefully your charge was actually dismissed, which allowed you to expunge the records. It is not automatic, and it can be extremely difficult with lesser included offenses, etc. Hire a competent TN...Read more »
Told there was additional jail time because I decided to fight it in criminal Court, and if I don't take the guilty plea and still found guilty I will have to finish my 48hrs and have more time added? bac wasn't over.20 so what am I looking at 7 days minimum. I know the max
You already know...7 days to serve, on a 11 mo/29 day Sentence. But you also have all the First Offense DUI requirements which are extensive and expensive. At Criminal Court you can file Motions, like Suppression, Discovery, Bifurcated Trial, etc. Giving BAC was a mistake, but maybe consent...Read more »
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