Under California law, landlords have the right to enter a rental unit for specific reasons, such as repairs or inspections. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, it's reasonable to request that anyone entering your apartment, including your landlord, wear a mask to ensure everyone's...View More
Unless your lease gives you that right, which would be very unusual, probably not. Your lease most likely gives your landlord the right to enter your apartment with reasonable notice for various legitimate reasons.
Without solid evidence your landlord has an active case of COVID-19 or...View More
The County had the legal right to have such a requirement, so there is nothing unlawful about requiring you to get the vaccination. The fact that the employer did not enforce its own rule is not something you can sue about. And you have not indicated that you have suffered any legally...View More
I'm sorry to hear about this difficult situation. It would be prudent for your boyfriend to communicate his health concerns to the jail's medical staff immediately and request to be isolated from other inmates to protect his health. Moreover, you might consider reaching out to a local...View More
My Goddaughter lives in mexico with her parents, but they had financial problems due to Covid-19 and I have been providing everything she needs during the past few years. Her parents are willing to relenquish her custody to me, but I want to know if I could leagly adopt her and bring her to the US.
Adopting a child from another country involves both the laws of that country and U.S. federal immigration laws. If her parents willingly relinquish custody, you could initiate the international adoption process, which is governed by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Once the...View More
For the I-864, Affidavit of Support, unemployment income, including Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), is generally considered as part of your total income and would be part of your adjusted gross income (AGI) as it's reported on your federal tax return. Therefore, it can be listed on...View More
,, I recently was picked up to serve two days for my last court case that I had and I've already been trying to turn myself in but I was turned away multiple times at the jail because of overcrowding and covid well serving those two days I thought I was in trouble for something else so I... View More
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to consult with a California attorney, one option could be to check with applicable agencies that administered programs (Department of Labor and possibly other agencies, depending on exact...View More
As a tenant renting a house for sale, you have the right to ask people who enter the property to wear a mask for health and safety reasons, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. If someone refuses to wear a mask, you may consider discussing the matter with the landlord and see if they can...View More
I signed up with my utility company COVID credit program which states my bill will be credited during the pandemic and no payment is required. Now that the pandemic is over they sent me a bill for the last 3 years and told me that I had to pay it. After I received the bill I inquired about the... View More
When it comes to billing errors or glitches in a utility company's system, the resolution may depend on various factors such as local laws, contractual agreements, and specific circumstances. In general, utility companies have a responsibility to provide accurate billing information to their...View More
What's the Statue of Limitation for Civil Lawsuit against another person's sexual harassment in CA? It is about a case between two neighbors in an apartment building, not at the workplace. So, during the past two years, that has been for the problem of pandemic, all the Statues of... View More
In the case you are describing, you probably have two years from the date of the first harassment within which to bring legal action. It is suggested that you prepare a chronology of the events, explaining who, what, when, where, and how the harassment took place, and supplement that with all the...View More
My 26 year old daughter, mother of three girls, 8,6,3, was arrested in San Luis Obispo County, California April 6 for 3 felony counts of PC237 A(A), along with her boyfriend whom she shares the youngest child. I am her mother, and I live and work full-time in Alaska. I hold a Bachelor of Science... View More
It is possible that the court's decision to not make available all criminal court hearings to out of state residents via audio feed could be a violation of the First Amendment. The First Amendment protects the right to freedom of speech, which includes the right to attend public hearings. If...View More
Got covid on a cruise. Had to isolate after the cruise in Vancouver BC and pay out of pocket which was to be reimbursed by Royal Caribbean. Took many months but RC sent a check for $1700.00 to Hilton Grand Vacations in Utah as they were used to book the cruise. HGV then sent a check for $900.00... View More
It is illegal for an employer to discriminate against an employee because of a disability, which can include a medical condition like COVID-19. If you believe that you were terminated because of your COVID-19 diagnosis or related symptoms, you may have legal recourse.
In California, as in most states, medical providers are required to obtain informed consent from patients before administering medical treatment, including vaccinations. If you did not give your consent for the COVID-19 vaccine and it was administered to you without your knowledge or authorization,...View More
If your application for the California COVID Rent Relief Program has been pending since August 2021, and you believe that the program has wrongfully withheld funding from you, you may want to consider the following steps:
Contact the program: Reach out to the California COVID Rent Relief...View More
landlord ex. last he falsly reported me and added 5 others to pay him for eviction aftermath and mayhem. during covid, noone was evicted his ud denied. yet he filed a 39,000 demand to col AGENCY. CAN I SUE COLL AGENCY, I ALREADY TRIED sc COURT HIM.
The statute of limitations for a collection agency to sue you for a debt in California is typically four years from the date the debt became due and payable. However, the specific time limit may depend on the type of debt and the circumstances surrounding the debt.
I'm sorry to hear that you had that experience. It is common for hospitals to shave the faces of patients who are on ventilators, as it can make it easier to care for the patient and prevent infections. However, hospitals should also consider the patient's wishes and cultural and...View More
Also told then if I am not at work they will speak with a judge? I currently have Covid & am not at work. I work in a medical facility & numerous people answer phones there. I live in California. My current debt with them is roughly 1200.00
It's illegal for a debt collector to disclose information about your debt or threaten to take legal action against you to anyone other than you or your attorney. This includes contacting your employer or coworkers about your debt.
Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA),...View More
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