I recently purchased a vehicle from a dealer. It didn't pass inspection twice because of a check engine light. I asked for a refund of my deposit, but the dealer told me no cash refunds, and they would fix it. They sold me the truck without an ins...
Meet with one of our reputable attorneys to review your case in private. They will be very interested to know whether the bill of sale is: "AS IS" and other particulars.See question
One police officer in east providence Rhode isLand always messes with me and always pulls me over weather im walking or driving because he caught me with a crack pipe before but I have never been charged with any drug crime
Officers are permitted to stop you and ask questions if they have REASONABLE SUSPICION(that a crime is afoot or about to be committed). A variety of factors must be considered. See: https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=2153546517340150145&q=reasonable+suspiscion+stop+&hl=en&as_sdt=4,40 for comprehensive analysis from the court.See question
Landlord has placed the gas in his name and gas service is active, but he turned off my hot water boiler, trying to make me move out in RI. What can I do?
Contact an attorney soonest as this is prohibited self help under current R laws.See question
I have gathered the evidence, ie when payments did start to go in default.
If the tenant is still in violation of the lease for non-payment, try a different attorney this time and see if you don't get better results.See question
My fiancé had recently broken off our engagement. I have several of thousands of dollars that are non-refundable and would like to sue him for the lost costs. Thank you
Although you may bring a suit, and possibly prevail on the theory of a constructive trust, the cost of the suit may be prohibitive. Meet with a local attorney to review all of your confidential relationship communications, the contracts, other documents, and decide whether you wish to pursue this option. Also see: https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=9524961183913233279&q=wedding+engagement&hl=en&as_sdt=4,40See question
My child support is based on my total earning which includes overtime and shift differential. My ex also works part time but doesn't make that much and lost her job a few months ago only to take lesser paying job per diem. My overtime and shift di...
http://www.cse.ri.gov/documents/admin_order2007_03.pdf has the 51 pages of instructions. An attorney will be able to help you estimate the guidelines amount with deft efficiency.See question
We were married in Rhode Island and will have a court date for a divorce in August 2017, I hope to purchase a home by August 2017. Am I safe from him getting any rights to the house when he gets out.
You are on the right track with the advice already posted. Get an attorney if you don't already have one as navigating the divorce process in the RI courts is difficult otherwise. They will be able to advise you on how to proceed with least aggravation and unnecessary complications.See question
As a trucker I would like to know if this is legal . My dot book said that having red and or blue lghts on a car (in front) is illegal. And because I do not live in the state of Ct. I can't call my rep. Asi don't have represention it that ...
Here is the Law in RI TITLE 31
Motor and Other vehicles
Lighting Equipment and Reflectors
§ 31-24-31 Flashing lights – Forward viewing or rotary beam lights.
(a) Flashing lights are prohibited, except on an authorized emergency vehicle, school bus, snow removal equipment, or on any vehicle as a means for indicating a right or left turn. However, the requirements of § 31-24-33 shall be deemed to be satisfied if the vehicle is equipped with lamps at the front mounted at the same level, displaying simultaneously flashing white or amber lights, and at the rear mounted at the same level, and displaying simultaneously flashing red lights, all of which lights shall be visible from a distance of not less than five hundred feet (500').
(b) Forward viewing or rotating beam lights may be installed on and shall be restricted to the following categories of vehicles, and these lights shall be of color designated:
(1) Emergency response vehicles of any fire, rescue, or ambulance department, fire chiefs, assistant fire chiefs, deputy chiefs, captains; any privately owned vehicle of any authorized volunteer member of a fire, rescue, or ambulance department; emergency management agency directors, assistant directors, assistant medical examiners and/or forensic pathologists of the office of state medical examiners; rescue vehicles, emergency response vehicles of the department of environmental management and the division of state fire marshal; school buses; hospital emergency response vehicles; and two (2) American Red Cross disaster vehicles: Red, white and/or alternating flashing white;
(2) Wrecker trucks, service station trucks, state and town safety and maintenance vehicles; snowplows and tractors; light company trucks, telephone company trucks, water company trucks, oil company trucks, and other utilities' trucks; vehicles of television, radio and press photographers; rural mail carriers; all motor-propelled vehicles owned by the Northern Rhode Island REACT (radio emergency associated citizens team); all motor-propelled vehicles owned by or under contract to the Rhode Island department of transportation when on official state business; and vehicles marking the beginning and end of funeral processions: Amber, provided, however, that wrecker and transportation vehicles operated pursuant to a public utilities commission license, and roadside assistance vehicles of any type operated for that purpose by the American Automobile Association shall be permitted to use flashing amber lights at the front and rear of the vehicle, to be activated only in the course of providing assistance to or transportation for a disabled vehicle. A fee of twenty-five dollars ($25) shall be charged for the issuance of a flashing lights permit to every vehicle identified in this subsection, with the exception of flashing lights permits issued to state, town or fire district safety and maintenance vehicles, which shall not be charged a fee.
(3) Police units, state and local: Center rotating beam lights: Blue or red; Outboard mounted lights: Blue or red.
(4) Violations of this section are subject to fines enumerated in § 31-41.1-4.
History of Section.
(P.L. 1950, ch. 2595, art. 34, § 25; G.L. 1956, § 31-24-31; P.L. 1965, ch. 177, § 1; P.L. 1968, ch. 61, § 1; P.L. 1970, ch. 104, § 1; P.L. 1971, ch. 72, § 1; P.L. 1973, ch. 56, § 1; P.L. 1975, ch. 53, § 1; P.L. 1986, ch. 141, § 1; P.L. 1987, ch. 343, § 1; P.L. 1987, ch. 344, § 1; P.L. 1988, ch. 361, § 3; P.L. 1990, ch. 324, § 8; P.L. 1996, ch. 157, § 1; P.L. 1999, ch. 447, § 3; P.L. 2002, ch. 292, § 121; P.L. 2003, ch. 420, § 1; P.L. 2003, ch. 436, § 1; P.L. 2005, ch. 63, § 1; P.L. 2005, ch. 65, § 1; P.L. 2007, ch. 350, § 1; P.L. 2010, ch. 23, art. 9, § 7.)
I have not had any hours at work and now was just fired from my job havent been having any luck with car which is why I haven't had any hours at work.. I was offered to move in with a friend out of state but I have 5 more months of lease the landl...
If you can find someone to take over the apartment (best done with the agreement of the landlord and a new lease without your name on it, you may be able to solve the problem that way. If you just leave, the landlord will have the option of seeking a monetary judgment against you in the court.See question
I have been sole care taker for my girls. Father is alcoholic, drug addict. Who is in a treatment place now due to court order. He has been charged with neglect due to domestic assault on me in front of children. Had restaining order on him due to...
Work with your attorney to argue that supervised visitation, at most, is in the best interest of the children. If you don't have an attorney, consult with one and secure some professional help. If the only case open is the restraining order case, the court may also hear your request there. If there is no order for visitation currently in effect, he may have to file and or open a case to have the court decide same.See question