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  • How to I get my name off a civil case on Missouri Casenet? It is affecting my ability to find new employment.

    I won a lawsuit against a former employer. It was for breach of contract. They lost all appeals. This was the only lawsuit I have ever filed against anyone. I believe that potential employers are reluctant to hire me because I sued a former emp...

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    It's a public record that you don't have the right to get removed. At least you were a winner in the prior case.

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  • Our tenant is refusing to let us enter the house we rented to him, which is our legal property. Can enter without permission?

    We live out of state and we are in St. Louis for just a few days. We want to inspect our property. Our tenant is refusing to let us do so. Can we enter the premises without his permission?

    Ronald’s Answer

    Unless the lease allows it, I wouldn't do so.

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  • Can a neighborhood Covenant be changed while in the middle of a dispute or violation?

    I have a kids pools, 39'' tall by 12 feet in dia. The covenant brd says its a above ground pool, i say not. They gave me a 30 notice per the covenant rules. Its been 15 days and they are wanting the neighbors to vote and update the covenant so as ...

    Ronald’s Answer

    You should have a local attorney with HOA experience review the declaration and bylaws. It's tough to opine without seeing the controlling documents.

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  • Can landlord sue again ?

    Basic story is landlord won judgement for rent and possesion. Which court told us we have up to 40 days to move. New month is coming up. Landlord is claiming he will go back to court and sue again for upcoming month if we are not out by the end o...

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    Yes, he can sue again. You do not get any extra month of possession added to the judgment.

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  • How can I break my lease with my apartment because of unhealthy conditions? Landlord doesn't seem concerned about the situation.

    I am a single disabled mother of a 2year old autistic son, who has several other health issues. I and my son recently moved into an apartment in April 2015, soon after, I started to realize I had a problem with roaches, an infestation!. I instantl...

    Ronald’s Answer

    Contact Legal Services of Eastern Missouri to see if you can get pro bono assistance. Or hire an attorney if you can afford one. Sounds like a terrible situation. Good luck.

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  • Non payment rent but housing needed occupancy permit.

    Currently wil be going to court got non payment of rent. But house suppose to have occupancy permit but never did and owner suggested keeping everything in there name. Was never awared the permit was required by landlord also landlord IS aware o...

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    Hire an attorney if you can afford one. If you stayed for years, it's tough to convince a judge you don't owe money due to lack of a permit.

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  • Can I sue my doctor for taking me off short and long term disability and saying I am ready to go back on full duty and not able

    doctor has told my long term disability insurance people that I should be able to return to work full duty on 7/15 he should know that's not possible I have arthritis in both knees ddd in lower back arthritis in both shoulders and foot and hand al...

    Ronald’s Answer

    Sure. You can sue your doctor. You can se anyone for anything. I doubt you'll find an attorney to file your case on a percentage basis, however.

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  • Legal way to acquire an earlier business start date!

    I've recently opened up an Construction Company LLC. The business start date is in 2015 and I was curious if there was any legal way to show the start date to 2010 or so to add a little credibility. I've had friends open up a dormant LLC from 2005...

    Ronald’s Answer

    I don't think that dishonesty adds credibility. The company's articles of organization are publicly available for free on the Secretary of State's website. Anyone who does their due diligence can see when the company was registered.

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  • Rotten Milk before expiry date

    I purchased a Milk bottle with an expiry date 4 days from my date of purchase, when I went home and boiled the milk was Rotten and spoiled , I was shocked as the Milk company is all about Organic products. I would want to know if I can sue this M...

    Ronald’s Answer

    Sure you can. Pay an attorney a couple of grand to get the case going. If you win you might recover four bucks.

    Fortunately you weren't damaged beyond the purchase price.

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  • I do need a lawyer and I need help in Missouri.

    I am dealing with a crooked loan company in Missouri that refused to take payment and is sending me to court. We had made arrangements with then for payment and came in and made the payment and was verbally told that they would see us in 2 weeks f...

    Ronald’s Answer

    You do need a lawyer, but if you had trouble making your payments, it will be challenging to hire an attorney. Regardless, show up on your court date or a default will be taken.

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