I have a fence line that is shared with a neighbor. They have installed game cameras on the shared fence line facing our property. This area is not accessable to the public so it is private property to private property. And this is in Texas
A Texas attorney (or maybe a lawmaker) could best advise on this, and in particular, one familiar with ordinances in your municipality or town. But you await a response for four weeks. As a general matter, this question arises frequently these days as the use of these things expands. In general,...Read more »
For example if there is a fight at one of these places and one of the people involved in the fight wants footage, but the cameras only show live feed and there’s no recorded evidence of there having been a fight. Can the bar owner be sued by a victim or victims family for not having recordings ?... Read more »
This is something a Texas attorney would know best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter across the nation, this is still an emerging area where the law is concerned. Some jurisdictions have recently started to implement regulations requiring surveillance cameras in...Read more »
A Texas attorney could offer the best answer here, but your post remains open for two weeks. And it sounds like it would be better for something to be done sooner than later. Maybe the more pressing issue with a lender could be mortgage payments. If you want to help this person, you could alert...Read more »
A Texas attorney could answer you best, as attorney conduct is governed by state codes for professional conduct and ethics. But your post remains open for three weeks. Until you have the chance to discuss your matter with an attorney in Texas, the way things generally work, regardless of...Read more »
I'm very sorry for the loss of your father. To learn about your rights here, you could contact a firm that handles toxic tort/product-based cases, more specifically, ones that work in the asbestosis, mesothelioma, and lung cancer sector. These cases are not one-size-fits-all. While the ships your...Read more »
Hi, I have a marijuana charge (class B misdemeanor) from over 2 years ago. I completed deffered adjutification and all requirements of the court in 2018. The lawyer that defended me said they charge $2,500 for a Nondisclosure agreement. Is this standard? Or would another lawyer possibly charge... Read more »
All children of our grandfather are deceased, leaving 5 of us great grandkids. We were all contacted by an heir search company that told us that they are gathering heir information for Wilmington Bank and to expect a letter. That was in March 2019. We have three cousins that were adopted out in a... Read more »
If I understand this correctly, your great-granmother set up a trust for the "family" which included your grandfather. The terms of the trust will control who the trust assets pass to. I suggest asking for a copy of the trust.
Be wary of this "heirship company" if they are asking for any...Read more »
An attorney would ask you for some additional facts, in terms of what type of property damage it was. That would enable them to advise whether it would be covered under a homeowner's policy, auto policy, or other possible form of coverage. You could post a few additional details (without including...Read more »
Your question remains open for two weeks. If you added some additional details (Was there a contract involved?, Was it a loan, a gift?; Was it the sale of an item?, How did the matter originate?, etc.), a Texas attorney might be able to provide some input here. You don't need to include personal...Read more »
I have a customer that found an ancient artifact on his property....The Smithsonian said it was around 5,000 years old and he is looking to sell it for money and is first going to get an appraisal. Once it is appraised he is wondering what type of attorney he would need to protect this asset and... Read more »
There are attorneys who deal with archeological artifacts and antiquities, but it is not a widespread and common area of practice. Larger firms would be likelier to have someone knowledgeable in that area. Aside from the conventional searches on this site, the Internet, or through the State Bar of...Read more »
I came in with a jacket on and went to the candy section. I walked down a couple aisles looking at ingredients of various products. The clerk then tells me that my jacket is suspicious and that I should take it off if I want to stay in the store. I comply and continue looking. The clerk then tells... Read more »
On its face, it appears to be an unpleasant encounter brought about by suspicion, and not a courteous manner in which to treat a store visitor. It could be the type of experience one would want to forget about, but if you believe that a violation of your rights took place, you could set up a...Read more »
My ex boyfriend and I both signed for my vehicle, which I'm close to paying off. He will not respond to any requests to sign a POA to remove his name. I would like to trade it in or refinance, because I do don't want to pay it off while his name is still on it. I've paid every payment on it since... Read more »
all the officials labeled his death as a" tragic boating accident " but he was run over and chopped up by his baja boat. His girlfriend played a victim the whole time acting like she was injured to keep all eyes on her while my dad was already dead . It took us 3 days to find what was left of him ,... Read more »
My car caught on fire on the 31st of July. On that day it was me and my two kids. i only had liability on the car with GAP insurance. The insurance isnt able to help me nor is GAP nor is the dealership. After looking up information, I found the car was on recall but didnt receive any type of... Read more »
I'm sorry for your loss and the difficult situation it has put you in. I suggest you consult with a DTPA (Deceptive Trade Practice) lawyer in your area; one who has experience in vehicles. I'm not a DTPA lawyer and the only reason it comes to mind is I know one in San Antonio who has a lot of...Read more »
Laws prohibiting workplace discrimination do not provide an immunity to a person who discriminates against a class to which the person belongs. Under Federal laws, typically only the employer can be sued for illegal discrimination, not individuals acting on the employer's behalf. Many state laws,...Read more »
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