I paid for a puppy in a long distance relationship. I have all the paperwork of checks n money and texts between us stating that I was paying for puppy. since we broke up do I have legal right to get puppy back?
This is no more a divorce issue than it was a utility issue.
Did YOU ever, actually, physically possess the dog in this "long distance relationship?" IF not, the obvious argument is that the dog was a gift.
Further, the costs of bringing a suit in the state in which the dog is located would almost certainly exceed what you paid for the dog.
Reconsider trying to get the dog.See question
My dog was a rescue from wondering the streets on a freezing single digit weather day. He had no tags and I learned from the veterinarian that he had no chip so I decided to keep him and after a few days of having him I noticed that he was urinati...
The law still, basically, treats pets as property. That means your only recoverable damages will likely be the cost of the dog, and whatever you were charged for this "treatment," as well as the costs of disposing of the body. If the vet did not charge you for the surgeries, etc., you will have minimal damages.
A detailed letter to the vet licensing board will be in order. Make sure it is thoroughly documented, w/copies of all documents.See question
I live in Ohio. I moved into my apartment two months ago and I have a dog. My dog has always had separation and bad anxiety issues but when we moved it got worse. One night I had to work a third shift she went to the front door and completely ania...
This is not an animal law issue; it belongs in landlord/tenant.
Yellow mold is not the threat black mold is; further, the landlord may well claim the mold is caused by your dog peeing on the carpet, or the like.See question
I want to break lease and move out of the house I just started renting due to a tick infestation. The owners have had pest control come out twice to spray but I am still seeing live ticks in the house! They are most likely the brown tick dog as ...
1. This is NOT an animal law issue; it is landlord/tenant.
2. IF a house is demonstrably not habitable, you have grounds for breaking the lease.
Review the facts with a landlord/tenant attorney. Avvo and the Yuma bar association can assist you.See question
i took my dog for a visit to a new vet. they said he needs xrays, i said ok ,they took the dog from me, next thing i heard a dog screaming like in pain, i herd that again. a employee comes to bring me some paper work, and i asked her if that was M...
What other costs did you incur beyond the emergency hospital visit and pain meds, which the vet paid? If you have no other expenses, you have no basis for a small claims suit.See question
They have placed the goal directly in front of my house, about 20 feet away from theirs. It is right at the bottom of my driveway so I can't get out when they're there. They come into my property to get their 3 point shot. They do not pay attentio...
A basketball hoop has absolutely nothing to do with animal law.
If the hoop is in the street, contact the police and / or DPW about it being a hazard.See question
A new neighbor moved in with 2 dogs. They do not pick up their dog feces in a reasonable time. When they moved in it was 2 1/2 weeks during the AZ summer. The smell and flies were insane. I called the city concerning the blight issue. The city too...
1, Attend an HOA board meeting and ask in person why it is not enforcing the two violations; and
2. Write your animal control and board of health heads, separately, and ask why this health hazard is not being addressed.See question
I have a friend that is incarcerated in Massachusetts for being accused of rape. The initial report was filed appoximately 2 years ago and he was just recently arrested about 6 months ago for it. Apparently whatever evidence given to the grand jur...
Unless and until the criminal case is resolved, a lawsuit against the PD is pointless. To the extent there is " new evidence that will prove his innocence beyond reason of a doubt," it should be provided to your friend's attorney.See question
I live with them I am disable and she doesn't like it when I say something to her
You fail to state a question. Presumably, you wish to know what can be done.
You could contact child protective services, but that might make your living with them untenable.
This is not a custody issue; it is family.See question
My boyfriend, age 20, went to a bar with his friends and was not ID checked. And got lots of beer to the point of intoxication. Instead of going home he went to another bar and was not checked for ID again after his BAC was already past the legal ...
Your boyfriend CLAIMS his ID was not checked. It is equally, if not more, plausible that he presented false ID. He has suffered the consequences of that planned, unlawful course of action.
There is no "we" here. You have no standing; he has no cause of action due to his own choices.
To the extent there is a need for counsel, it is a criminal defense attorney; not a tort practitioner.See question