I cuRecently own 16 acres in Tennessee and want to know if we are able to apply for a farm exemption
answered on Nov 30, 2021
Do not know what a "farm exemption" is. But you probably mean you want to put the land in the Greenbelt. Go to your Tax Assessor and get the form. Carefully read it, then execute and file it with the Assessor. If not approved, there is not much you can do with only 16 acres,... Read more »
Can the promoter, owner of rink property and / owner of horse.
answered on Nov 10, 2021
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Poor animal must have been terrified. I hope the horse and the occupants of the vehicle are okay. From a textbook analysis, everyone is probably going to be pointing fingers at each other. But for a meaningful... Read more »
I’m wanting to get a official farm name in Tennessee but do not know if they will tell me to do taxes after getting one.
answered on Jun 4, 2021
I assume you actually want to incorporate a farming enterprise, with the entity under a corporate name. And yes, the new corporation will have to pay taxes under a new tax id. Whether the land is part of the corporation or not needs to be carefully considered.
Hire a competent TN... Read more »
answered on Jul 13, 2020
Yes, an out of state warrant will get you arrested in another state. It usually happens when a police officer calls in your information during a traffic stop. The police will arrest you and wait for the state who issued the warrant to come get you.
I have tried to rent a home from 3 different rental MGMT companies and was refused because I draw unemployment right now. All of them said I had to have a job or be employeed and could be verified. Why will they rent to someone that draws disability that is verifiable, and they do not have a job,... Read more »
answered on Jun 21, 2020
I'm sorry for your frustrating ordeal. Your post remains open for three weeks, and at this point, you could try reaching out to Tennessee landlord-tenant attorneys. From a practical standpoint, L-T attorneys would probably have the best insight into your situation among all the practice areas... Read more »
I was wondering if this would be a good place to start asking questions and if not, is there another chat forum that I could utilize to get a better understanding about this particular career field?
answered on May 18, 2020
The reason this free legal advice forum was created is to allow people who have legitimate legal questions to ask the Justia panel of experienced lawyers, who decide whether or not to answer.
So it seems safe to say that curious college students who want to "chat" with... Read more »
The lake was built a long time ago before my house was built. When we moved in three years ago, the water was not draining onto our land. Within the last two months, it looks like a river rushing down the side of our property. They refuse to fix their overflow drainage pipe that used to divert... Read more »
answered on Apr 8, 2020
Most likely you have no legal recourse. Unless the overflow pipe was recently damaged and now is destroying your property, I see no cause of action. You might file for an Injunction in Chancery because of the continuing Property Tort. But if it is not causing a massive loss of dirt from the... Read more »
We aren't paid out our commissions until the client pays. I was not terminated for poor job performance, and I completed most of this particular job myself before I was terminated.
answered on Jan 16, 2020
If you have a contract, then you should have a breach of contract action.
I was hoping I could get someone to summarize The Tennessee Meat and Poultry Inspection Act
answered on Aug 20, 2019
This is a very broad question. The Act is codified at TCA 53-7-201, et seq. Justia has the full text of the statutes on this website.
I traded a horse to a gal with no contract or agreement. In fact she insisted on taking horse sooner than I wanted. 6 days later I'm notified by her horse is near death. Horse was fine when she left my care, I have pictures of the day before and pics from her on horses condition. Shes now... Read more »
answered on Jul 10, 2019
With no contract, you should likely not have liability as long as you were unaware of any issues about the horses health at the time you agreed to the trade. If you did not guarantee or warranty the health of the horse, then I do not think the other party has much of a case here. If you are sued... Read more »
I would like to build various trails on unused land that can not be accessed by roads and are owned by the government. Where would I look and how would I obtain a permit to build this in my community?
answered on Mar 25, 2019
A starting point could be to contact the Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation. They have a Knoxville Environmental Field Office.
Do so and we have no contract, if given a 30 days notice to remove the animal via a Facebook message at the end of the 30 days if the animal is not removed do we have the right to claim the animal as our own and/or rehome it?
answered on Sep 4, 2017
Sounds like you did a good deed and allowed a friend to leave their animal with you. I am hoping by this time the friend has picked up their animal. If not, I would notify them that if they have not picked up the animal by a time certain you will be charging at so much a day. This will likely... Read more »
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