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The property manager never gave a 3-Day Notice. (He put a page in his Eviction-which is a false document never given to me) There are additional defenses including shutting off AC to force me out, several threats of eviction
you do not say why you're being evicted. Assuming it is for non-payment of rent, then yes you need to put the money in the registry of the Court.See question
Can his case get another continuance if the state isn't ready to proceed
Yes his case get another continuance if the state isn't ready to proceedSee question
My boyfriend has been fighting his case for over 2 years now he was out on house arrest and violated probabtion in November so he got arrested and is now in custody still waiting to take case to trial because the state isn't ready to proceed he wa...
You have not asked anything. Do you have a question?See question
The opposition attorney, in a Family Law contempt motion, has set a Hearing date which is only about 10 days away from today. I have been trying to find a lawyer for a few weeks now, but the best ones are either not available or have quoted ridicu...
I would suggest first asking opposing counsel to give you more time and reset the hearing. However, if he or she does not cooperate, then you need to go to the hearing and ask the judge for more time to hire an attorney. But then, you most definitely need to hire one, or the court will view your request for more time as a ruse and that you were not sincere.See question
I built a deck for a client and now they don't want to pay, I filed a small claims, I have a contract signed and text of them agreeing to pay, but after they refuse to pay, we went to pre trial and they offered mediation, they wanted to pay less, ...
You have come to the right place, among other sources, as you can find many qualified attorneys here.See question
During a mediation in workers comp,we reached an agreement,but when my lawyer emailed the final documents to sign,there were things in it we hadn't discussed,so I refused to sign the documents
Since you have an attorney, you should not be seeking advice here.See question
The writ of possession has been posted on the clerk website for my eviction however not yet posted on my front door. Is it possible to make a writ of stay and how long would it allow me to stay? What happens if writ of possession is posted and I s...
A writ of possession is a court order, if you don't leave by the stipulated date, you will be arrested by the police and evicted. There is no such thing as a writ of stay. However, if you want to file a motion to stay the writ of possession, then by all means do so, but you better better do it before the deadlineSee question
Well, there will be no point to mediation because he will not compromise.
If a party is unwilling to compromise and settle, then that is the party that should refuse mediation. You should not be second-guessing the other side, and if YOU are willing to settle then you should go through with it and keep an open mind to see what happens.See question
What do I need to prepare for during a mediation conference? And what are the out comes of these hearings?
You will sit down with a neutral professional mediator, hopefully Supreme Court certified, and you and the other party have the freedom to choose how you want to settle your dispute. If you reach an agreement, or even a partial one, it should be reduced to writing and you both sign it, and it will be a contract between you. If it is a full settlement agreement, you will let the court know that you have settle the dispute by agreement, and the case will be over. If it is partial, you will have to continue with court to settle the issues that you did not resolve at mediation. Obviously, if you do not settle at all at the mediation conference, you will go back to court and continue with the trial where a stranger, called the judge will decide who wins and who loses.See question
I want to hire private atty
It is simple. Fire the former and hire the latter. The new attorney will file a Notice of Appearance, thus notifying the court.See question