You are seeking a David v. Goliath type of fight. This is not to say you could not prevail based on your statement, however, you will have to have your ducks in row, substantial proof of civil rights violations and an attorney willing to fund your case. The previous attorney was dead on. You must put your case information in order and seek counsel.
No a minor can not open an account. A minor can not sign a legal document and be held accountable for it. So no bank will ever issue you a bank account with out your legal guardian co-signing for it. However, most banks do have student accounts which you may want to investigate.
As Attorney Brady astutely stated above, if the issue involves serious health and safety matters such as yours, you can demand that the landlord make the repairs in five (5) days. If your landlord does nothing to repair the home within after getting your notice, you may terminate the lease and move out. If you cannot move out, you may file a lawsuit asking the court to force your landlord to do the repairs; you will also be able to sue for damages. If the issue requires a repair that will...
You do not have 30 days. If you are no longer a tenant at the property, your vehicle can be deemed to be illegally parked and towed immediately. Additionally the attorney above discussed issues of abandonment. You should move you vehicle immediately.
The reason for the denial must be detailed. If there is a valid underlying judgment, there is generally no good reason for an effort to collect it to be denied unless the creditor erred in it process. You may also be protected by the Statute of Limitation at this point.
If the rental agreement addresses a matter and it is not complied with by then it is a breach of quiet enjoyment. Their are breaches that are actionable and breaches that are not. To determine whether you need to write the LL a letter, pose the threat of breaking your lease and/or filing a suit, the nature and extent of the breach are important. In short, a breach of quiet enjoyment is a breach of an the implied agreement to quiet use and enjoyment. Contact a local attorney to discuss your...
Before an employer honors a garnishment, they must provide the employee with documentation detailing the creditor, the amount of the judgment and the amount to be taken. If the employer garnishes an employee without such information, they are in violation of state labor law and should be reported. Tell your mom to visit H.R. to discuss the garnishment an to demand that it cease at least until she can confirm or deny its legitimacy. She will likely need counsel to help her from there.
Our office handles real estate matters. In 1995, the Arizona Legislature enacted A.R.S. §32-2156, Arizona’s first stigmatized property
law. This law provides that sellers, landlords and real estate licensees have no duty to
disclose to buyers or tenants that (1) a person has died on
the property (whether by natural death, suicide or homicide); (2) a felony has been committed on
the property; (3) the property is or has been owned or occupied by a
person who has AIDS or is HIV-positive,...