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I need to pay the bail for my brother doing 5 years how long do we. Have to pay bik
I don't understand your question. You posted bail already and he's now serving time? What do you need to pay back?See question
Volts were coming in our homes. They repaired the problem. After we noticed alot of our stuff was working. Con ed is trying to settle on a small amount. Should we settle.
That's a business (not a legal) decision you must make. What were your damages? Are they offering you enough to repair/replace the affected items?See question
My father lived in and owned a 4 family house. He recently passed and I need to pay his utility bills for the tenants that remain
The utility companies will likely accept payment from anyone willing to pay ,no? Just pay the bills and reimburse yourself later. But you're mixing terms and we need more info. There's no such thing as an executor on an account. There can be an executor of an estate (if there was a will and it was probated) or there can be an administator of an estate (if there was no will and it was administered). Are you the "Executor?" His will was probated in Surrogates Court? Assuming he had a will and that it was probated and that you were the appointed Executor, you need only bring a copy of the Letters Testamentary from the Surrogate's Court to any bank or utility company if they should ask for proof.
Depending on whether there was a will and/or whether it was probated or if the estate was administered (which would make you the administrator, not executor), there may be more you need to know and do. You should seek legal representation if you are unsure what to do.See question
I'm on the Board of Directors of a Homeowners' Association. Recently, via e-mail, I wrote to the President and the representative of the Management company stating that, in my opinion she and the rep. of the management company are "falsely graci...
There are a few elements to a libel lawsuit. Assuming you've met all the elements, you would still need to prove you suffered some injury to your reputation as a result of the defamatory statement. Based on what you've stated, you could probably prove that the material was defamatory and that at least one other person who saw or heard it understood it as having defamatory meaning but the question will be whether it hurt your reputation or damaged you in some way You say she "inferred" and "made references." It's hard to know what that means, exactly. It sounds like she was merely expressing her opinion in, albeit, a childish way. I'd be surprised if she did not hurt her own reputation more than yours.
I've moved this to the libel and slander section as opposed to real estaste.See question
Back in March my ex boyfriend was arrested for choking me and hitting me. The court issued an order of protection valid one year. About 2 weeks after his arrest he wanted to work things out and agreed to go to alcholics anonymous meetings. He neve...
An order of protection works both ways and the 'victim' can also be in violation of the order. Rather than making statements online in an open forum that could theoretically hurt you, you might consider speaking to your attorney (or retaining one if you don't already have one) about this in a private setting.See question
I need an Attorney who has experience with cases like this. My Drivers License is not Suspended nor Revoked.
What makes you think the DMV won't let you renew? What's the reason?See question
I had recieved a Notice of Non-Renewal of Lease, Termination of Tenancy And Intention to Recover Possession on April 1. I had 30 days to honor this notice. I emailed the landlord and I was informed to pay all arrears by April 30, which I sent a ...
Your question contradicts itself since you say the landlord told you to pay arrears by April 30 and then you say that the landlord would not accept your payment so I am not sure exactly what's happening. A non-renewal (holdover) proceeding (even if it was due to non-payment) cannot be stopped by making a payment but if the landlord is foolish enough to accept it, then she will have to start over if she still wants to evict you. You should bring the lease and the notice you received to an attorney to be sure it's proper and that you were served properly. If you want to buy time you can probably do that but if the landlord wants you out and your lease is up, you'll be fighting for a month-to-month tenancy and that's usually not worth the legal fees. Good luck.See question
My daughter was in a fight after school outside of the school. A student video the fight of my daughter and the student. The video was pass on to the student my daughter fought by another student. The student showed the video to her parents. The ...
Yes, the school can suspend based on what they observed on video.See question
I've been renting with my wife for almost 2 years now and before we moved in we both asked our landlords if we can park our car in the driveway. They said that would be "absolutely fine" At the time we didn't have a car, now we do and we want to p...
Absent a written agreement or perhaps a pattern of acquiescence (you doing it and them never complaining) you have no legal right to use of the driveway.See question