To answer your question, anyone can do anything, but that does not mean they will prevail in doing so! Additionally, to further answer your question, if your Landlord is trying to terminate your tenancy, the Landlord is required to give you a 30 days notice prior to filing any legal action to terminate your tenancy. However, your Landlord would only be required to give you a 7 days notice prior to starting a legal action for unpaid rent, and thereafter, if it is determined by the court that...
If the house is in both of your names, you have alegal right to occupy the houe. Absent a court order, you will not be precluded from access to the house or its occupancy.
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Depending on the language in your agreement, you may be able to get an injunction aagainst the artisit to stop him from working within the restricted 25 mile radius. You may also be entitled to damages resulting from lost business, etc.
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An Affidavit implies a statement is sworn to under oath. Therefore, if it is not signed, it does not qualify as an Affidavit. Typically, Foreclosure statutes require a valid affidavit. If it is not signed under oath, then it will generally not meet the requirements of a foreclosure statute, and the entire foreclosure may be challenged in court.
Without a power of attorney, you would be the one that has to press charges. If any amount was taken out of your account without your authority, and you know who did it, and if it was done fraudulently, then yes, you can press charges.