I have a mobile home I bought from them and part of the contract states I have to have it moved before the end of feb 2020. They are now messaging family members stating they are trying now to do everything they can to keep me from relocating my house.
If the contract requires you to move your mobile home before the end of February 2020 why are you here today, some 62 days early? Rather than get upset about "your family members" receiving messages from the landlord that appear onerous to them, why not view these messages as being...Read more »
Don't worry, if the defendant has a decent criminal defense attorney then the search warrant will be carefully examined for defects and the existence of warrant exceptions will be properly considered. I don't want to say more than that because this sounds like it could be a homework...Read more »
It isn't done for any valid, legal reasons. He just drinks on a daily basis, and then he gets depressed and in a bad mood. Whenever any of the tenants try talking to him about it, he goes off and throws around accusations and slander at anyone around. He has broken many laws already and is now... Read more »
My father didn't have a will, and only has 2 children. He wasn't married. My Aunts have taken the keys to his home and wouldn't allow me (his son) inside to search for documents necessary for burial. Is that legal for her do given that I'm the son? I researched intestate... Read more »
If your father left children, those children, not his siblings, are his heirs. Hire a local probate lawyer to help you file an Application for Determination of Heirship and Issuance of Letters of Administration. Once you are appointed administrator of your father's estate, it will be your...Read more »
If I have not acknowledged ownership of my animals to my apartment complex, and have lived there for over a year, but am only now receiving notice of an unpaid amount on my bill, despite having paid what I am obligated, the reason for which is pet rent; am I admitting acknowledgment of having had... Read more »
My father transfered a property to my mother through a special warranty deed that my grandmother had originally transfered to both of them through a warranty with vendor's lien but prior to this in '72 one half of the interest was transferred by a quitclaim deed to my grandmother while... Read more »
Bruce GArrison a attorney, Eden Mckenney, Hugo Salguero managed to hack into my bank account taking thousands of dollars and transferring the money directly into there personal accounts. The destroyed all Video surveillance before helping themselves to whatever they wanted including but barely... Read more »
Your story seems over-the-top but I seem to recall that there was an attorney named Bruce Garrison who was forced to give up his law license about 10 years ago in Austin so I am inclined to give you the benefit of the doubt.
The text of your question is so mixed up that I'm not even...Read more »
My boyfriend has lived in the same house for just about 30 years now. It was signed over to his father by his grandfather, who then signed it over to his mother for back child support. He has never had to pay rent but has paid on the 3 mortgages against the house she has taken out.. she has not... Read more »
Your boyfriend may have established what's commonly referred to as a "tenant at will". The landlord/owner has to give 30 days notice to vacate. If a tenant refuses to vacate, the landlord/owner must then pursue an eviction proceeding through the courts....Read more »
May 30th 2019 I was assaulted by my landlord. He was charged with unwanted contact. How can I enhance these charges? I have a email account typed by myself of the incident that I sent to the officer who was on scene at the time. I will provide it to anyone who wants the details and is willing to... Read more »
My dad passed away today. He has had a live in girlfriend for 9 years. They have separate accounts and not common law. She does help pay for some bills once in a while. How do his kids evict her since the home is 100% in his name.
I personally think it would be hard to find a judge or jury that would believe someone didn’t know they weren’t paying rent for 7 months. That being said, there might have been other things the landlord could have done instead of keeping a tenant in default for over half a year. I would talk...Read more »
I had an eviction that was ruled in favor for my landlord. Even though it was in retalitory, 3 days later after she was served papers, of me filing a repair & remedy case. I appealed, before appeal hearing was set land lord stabbed me with a garden shovel aseveral times in the ribs, then went... Read more »
If she has been charged with assaulting you, yes you can file suit against her in civil court. Because it was an intentional act, her insurance would likely deny coverage, so she would need to have non-exempt assets to go after to collect a judgment. Was the rental you were evicted from her home,...Read more »
2nd trip to the ER for mold related issues. Scared to death. Sores all over my Scalp. lots more stuff going on. Pics yes, yes he knows, I need help please. Eyes, Urinary tract and my hair fell out. Lot's more. I have all diagnoses. Dog lost hair and roomate. I am in need of a pro bono... Read more »
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