Legal Advice for “Adverse” — 25 results
Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, over 3 years ago.
Here is a nifty fraud making its rounds in divorce and family courts.The couple was ordered to undergo a custodial evaluation under the jurisdiction's evidence code.Assume that the report... more
Written by attorney Cameron C Pease, over 3 years ago.
This legal guide serves to outline and highlight how Goldman & Pease can assist in the prompt resolution of curative title actions in the Land Court throughout the Commonwealth of... more
Written by attorney Wojciech Kornacki, over 1 year ago.
This legal guide provides discusses how to utilize mitigation and extenuation evidence when you are facing an adverse action. It suggests to use a broad approach instead of a limited one.
Written by attorney Jason Mayberry, over 4 years ago.
Attempts by plaintiff medical malpractice attorneys to obtain records from doctors or hospitals are similar in difficulty to that of teaching a fish to ride a bicycle. Attempts to obtain... more
Written by attorney James S. Tupitza, almost 5 years ago.
NATURE OF ADVERSE POSSESSION
1. ELEMENTS A claimant must prove actual, exclusive, visible,
notorious, distinct and hostile possession of the land continuously for 21
years. Conneaut Lake... more
Written by attorney Ty Hyderally, about 3 years ago.
a. Defining an adverse action
There have been a plethora of recent cases that define adverse actions in contradictory fashions.Like the analysis under the LAD, adverse action will often be... more
Written by attorney Joseph Rockne, almost 4 years ago.
For many years, much of my
practice has involved advising clients in neighbor disputes. These disputes have involved boundary issues,
trespassing and damage claims,... more
Written by attorney Michael Gillett, 9 months ago.
A person who holds adverse possession of another person's land for a sufficient period of time becomes the legal owner of that land. Each state has slightly different rules that determine... more
Written by attorney Ryan Sweet, 9 months ago.
These are ‘career killers’ which either directly end your career (Separation) or have such a negative impact on your career that your career will naturally become more difficult and come to... more
Written by attorney Matthew F. Davis, about 2 years ago.
As a real estate attorney, I am always surprised that most people have heard of adverse possession. Adverse possession is a very old rule that someone who uses another person's property as... more