He agreed to send a refund but has not after two weeks. I hired someone to finish the job. I took pictures of the mess he made. His helpers broke additional tile on an adjacent wall. They put the stucco all over and we has to chip out the mess on additional tiles
I am sorry for your experience. That must be super frustrating.
You will first need to look at the agreement you signed with the handyman. If this guy was a one-man-band, then its likely that he didn't have you sign a contract. Just because it was an "oral" agreement...Read more »
She came and to visit and took her and said she would bring her back next day. Now she wont answer. She is homless and on drugs . she never brang food or anything for her. Do i have any options to get dog vack or make her be punished ?
Animals are considered property. She now has the animal, so I think that it would be hard to take it away from her. If you still had the dog you could have claimed the puppy "abandoned" and went through the process of changing ownership. Unfortunately, I don't think you can do much at this point.
They would have to prove that you committed some kind of crime and it would depend on the facts and circumstances on how he left his stuff and if he made any attempts to retrieve it in the past year ect ...
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal problem...Read more »
When my husband and i moved into our apartment, my husband noticed cockroaches. My mother asked my landlord what he was going to go about cockroaches, he replyed to her that he was going to do nothing that it is not his responsibility. I can't not find anything in my lease stating about who is... Read more »
Do an internet search for "landlord responsibilities in Utah" and you might find some interesting results. You might also consider reading the statutes on this topic.
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