I'm looking to move due to having to deal with landlords difficult nature when it comes to making necessary repairs to my apartment...so I would like to move before my lease ends in July 2016... I know I'm supposed to give the landlord access t...
I agree with Mr. Popovich. Be aware that if you signed a Lease for twelve months, the Landlord does not have to let you out of the Lease early. Many times they will agree to let you "buy out" of the Lease by paying a few months extra, or by letting them keep the security deposit; but unless you are willing to go to Court to prove that the unit is not habitable the landlord might not let you out.See question
I consulted a general contractor to do some work on my property, new roof, new siding, railings & front stone columns. The sales representative who came out to go over the scope was a slick person, he convinced us to go with his company, which we ...
There are very specific guidelines in order to file a Construction lien on residential property in New Jersey. You would need to show the specific contracts to an attorney to determine if the salesman is entitled to try to file a lien. If he is not, or if he does not do it correctly, you might have very viable defenses to any claim he might make. You need to sit down with an attorney and go over the contracts to determine whether the salesman is correct or not. Good Luck!See question
Credit card is not on my credit report...I was 17 went I got the card I am now 32
The answer to this question would depend on the last day you made any payments on the credit card, and/or whether the the credit card company got a judgment. They only way that your wages can be garnished is if there is a judgment against you.See question
I live in a town house community and I have a neighbor who has cameras all over his unit. He has ones facing my unit and other neighbors units as well as the sidewalks and the parking lot where we keep our vehicles. He even went as far as to call ...
Just to add to what Mr. Popovich stated, if the community is a condominium, the neighbor does not own the exterior of the unit and the association (or a neighbor) may be able to make him remove the cameras. If it is a Planned Unit Development, there may be rules and regulations about exterior appearance that still might entitle the association or a neighbor to compel him to remove the cameras (or at least move them inside his unit).See question
Launching a mobile app and wanted advise on the language for usage terms and conditions.
If you want advice of this type, you need to speak with a corporate and/or intellectual property attorney to understand your rights and obligations. This is a question and answer forum, not a substitute for hiring an attorney to provide appropriate legal services in this type of situation. I can't imagine any attorney giving substantive legal advice of this type in this forum.See question
I feel that my ex's estate was put into my ex-brother in laws name as he is the POA for my ex and signed the divorce decree along with my ex. They are not complying with the terms of the divorce decree regarding the life ins. policy sending me a ...
I agree with Mr. Davis. This situation is more complicated that most. If the brother is your ex's designated attorney in fact under the POA, he would have the legal authority to act on your ex's behalf, especially if he signed the settlement agreement; which would acknowledge that he undertook to fulfill your ex's responsibilities. You need to speak with an attorney to understand how to enforce your rights. The fact he is in a nursing home means that the life insurance issue is probably more critical than in most cases.See question
I've successfully completed a conditional discharge (I can't get it expunged yet) and now I am applying to professional schools. On my professional school application it asks: "Are you currently under charge or have you ever been convicted of ...
I agree with Mr. Zillman. The question did not inquire about arrests. It only asks about convictions, and you can truthfully answer that question "no." The whole point of a conditional discharge is to allow you one legal "mulligan." A background check, assuming the school runs one, might not even disclose an arrest; and if it does, you can provide further explanation at that time.See question
A sues B for defamation and tortious interference. B is insured by C. C pays A $X to release B from all claims and dismiss with prejudice under conditions of strict non-disclosure. A then breaches settlement agreement by disclosing amount of se...
This is a question you should be asking your attorney. The terms of the Agreement probably had some penalty provisions if confidentiality was violated. While I agree with my colleague in general, it would be necessary to read the Agreement to give you specific answersSee question
Taxpayer: ID B 210-405-820/000 Original Inc date: 2/28/1898 AKA Bennett Lumber Company
Given the age of the company, the documents, if they exist, are probably in one of two places:
1. The New Jersey Business Portal-registration and records. Phone number is 866.534.7789
2. the local county clerk's office.