I have been told I can not contact her in anyway. She goes by an alias and that's the name I use on the blog. Does the lawyer have the right to tell me to take it down?
He has the right to ask. You have the right to post. She has the right to sue you for defamation. You have the right to defend based on truth. The judge has the right to sort it out.See question
email sent to them? What if they don't respond to you regarding the current matter at hand will these emails hold up in having to pay?
Minutes to read, think, research, and repond, divided by 60, times his hourly rate. May be rounded up to the nearest tenth or quarter hour.See question
I filed an appeal. Now anytime anyone enters my name in a search engine my appealed case comes up. I dont want people knowing my business. I understand it is public record but is there a way to make it so just my initials are in the opinion? I hav...
At this point, all you can do is change your name.See question
I bought a puppy from a puppy store claiming they got their puppies from reputable breeders & gave me a photocopy of the breeder information including a list of all his vaccines. They also said he had a puppy cold & gave me a sheet of the recommen...
Reputable breeders do not put puppies in pet stores.
California Health & Safety Code provides:
122045. (a) This article shall be known and may be cited as the
Polanco-Lockyer Pet Breeder Warranty Act.
(b) Every breeder of dogs shall comply with this article. As used
in this article, "dog breeder," or "breeder" means a person, firm,
partnership, corporation, or other association that has sold,
transferred, or given away all or part of three or more litters or 20
or more dogs during the preceding 12 months that were bred and
reared on the premises of the person, firm, partnership, corporation,
or other association.
(c) For the purposes of this article, "purchaser" means any person
who purchases a dog from a breeder.
(d) This article shall not apply to pet dealers regulated under
Article 2 (commencing with Section 122125), or to publicly operated
pounds, humane societies, or privately operated rescue organizations.
122050. (a) Every breeder of dogs shall deliver to each purchaser
of a dog a written disclosure containing all of the following:
(1) The breeder's name and address. If the breeder is a dealer
licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture, the federal
dealer identification number shall also be indicated.
(2) The date of the dog's birth and the date the breeder received
the dog. If the dog is not advertised or sold as purebred,
registered, or registerable, the date of birth may be approximated if
not known by the breeder.
(3) The breed, sex, color, and identifying marks at the time of
sale, if any. If the dog is from a United States Department of
Agriculture licensed source, the individual identifying tag, tattoo,
or collar number for that animal. If the breed is unknown or mixed,
the record shall so indicate.
(4) If the dog is being sold as being capable of registration, the
names and registration numbers of the sire and dam, and the litter
number, if known.
(5) A record of inoculations and worming treatments administered,
if any, to the dog as of the time of sale, including dates of
administration and the type of vaccine or worming treatment.
(6) A record of any veterinarian treatment or medication received
by the dog while in the possession of the breeder and either of the
(A) A statement, signed by the breeder at the time of sale, that:
(i) The dog has no known disease or illness.
(ii) The dog has no known congenital or hereditary condition that
adversely affects the health of the dog at the time of the sale or
that is likely to adversely affect the health of the dog in the
(B) A record of any known disease, illness, or congenital or
hereditary condition that adversely affects the health of the dog at
the time of sale, or that is likely to affect the health of the dog
in the future, along with a statement signed by a veterinarian
licensed in the State of California that authorizes the sale of the
dog, recommends necessary treatment, if any, and verifies that the
disease, illness, or condition does not require hospitalization or
nonelective surgical procedures, nor is it likely to require
hospitalization or nonelective surgical procedures in the future. A
veterinarian statement is not required for intestinal or external
parasites unless their presence makes the dog clinically ill or is
likely to make the dog clinically ill. The statement shall be valid
for seven days following examination of the dog by the veterinarian.
(b) The written disclosure made pursuant to this section shall be
signed by both the breeder certifying the accuracy of the statement,
and by the purchaser of the dog acknowledging receipt of the
(c) In addition, all medical information required to be disclosed
pursuant to this section shall be made orally by the breeder to the
(d) For purposes of this article, a disease, illness, or
congenital or hereditary condition that adversely affects the health
of the dog at the time of sale,
That happens sometimes.See question
An attorney committed collusion with the presiding judge. How can I get him convicted so I can collect treble damages and he can face criminal penalties and disbarment? And how will this affect him when we return to court?
Take your evidence to the District Attorney and ask him to file charges.See question
Married 3 months each have children of their own in the home.
Not much, if anything.See question
the car and they included the amount of what was owed the 9600 into the lease so where paying on the lease and the car can they do this
It sounds like they should be paying off the car loan.... ask them why not.See question
so the probelem is that i Decline the updated terms of service aggreents however it seems unfair that my console is disabled from online use inclding me watching tv from it or playing any online games... so basically now i have a device that do...
No, you can sell your Xbox on Craigslist.See question
I know a dog is considered "Property" under the law and I can not sue for "Pain and Suffering". Yet owners should be responsible for their dogs actions and I believe the owner knew how vicious their dogs was and that is why they kept it in a stee...
Yes, under California law the owner is liable for all damages that his dog caused... vet bills, cremation, value of your dog.See question