I can appreciate the fact that you don't want to get the police or your landlord involved; however, that is your only option at this point. You should call the police when the noise is excessive or when the neighbors trespass or cause property damage. You should also keep your landlord informed of these incidents.
Once the police determine that a law is being broken, your landlord will have a responsibility to take action, such as warning the problem tenants and/or evicting them depending...
If your stepfather has legal capacity (mentally sound enough to make decisions), then he can appoint either you or your mother as his healthcare agent, meaning that the appointed person could make healthcare decisions for him if he were unable or unwilling to do so himself.
If he lacks capacity to sign the Healthcare POA, then you or your mother would need to institute a guardianship proceeding in court. If successful, you would get a court order giving the guardian the power to make those...
It appears you are in PA, therefore you will have to comply with PA law. The Landlord/Tenant Act requires that you give her proper written notice and then file an eviction action with the Magisterial District Court for the jurisdiction where the real estate is located. A hearing will be scheduled. If you are successful, the judge will issue an order of possession. If she doesn't move, the sheriff will remove her.
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I'm not sure I understand your question fully.
A notary stamp usually includes the words, "my commission expires on (date)." This does not mean that the document will expire or become invalid on that date. It only means that the notary public must renew their registration and get a new stamp by that date if they want to continue notarizing documents.
If, instead, you are asking whether a POA becomes invalid after a certain amount of time, that depends on the language of the POA....
I agree with the other responses. To obtain the legal right to make decisions on your father's behalf, a guardian must be appointed. See an attorney for a consultation. There are several in our area who can help.
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I would never recommend removing a child from the hospital against medical advice. My guess is that the hospital would make a call to your local Child & Youth Services and/or law enforcement agency if they believe the child's health is in danger.
If the condition is bad enough you may be able to withhold rent payments or even cancel your lease. However, you should consult with a landlord tenant attorney or your local legal aid service first.
Contact the PA Department of Vital Records for a new birth certificate: http://www.portal.health.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/birth_and_death_certificates/11596
Contact your local Social Security Office for a new social security card: https://secure.ssa.gov/apps6z/FOLO/fo001.jsp
No, if you did not sign a lease you are not liable for anything over and above the charges stated in the application (application fee? credit-check fee?). If this was a true "security deposit," then it should be returned to you. However, if it was a non-refundable deposit to hold the apartment during your application review, then the landlord can keep it. Take a look at your application for the appropriate language.
Further, you should immediately provide the landlord or management company...
I agree with my colleagues that you should seek a Protection from Abuse order, and seek help from a women's shelter. However, your question also asks whether you could sue your abuser. The answer is that you may be able to sue him for personal injury and obtain a money judgment as compensation for the the physical and emotional damage he has caused you. I would recommend seeking the advice of a lawyer in your area.
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