my landlord asked me to move out with a three days notice while i have paid for the month and when i asked why i was told pest control was at my apartment twice and i was not ready so i have to move and when i asked for extra time they only gave m...
Your question is a bit difficult to follow, but generally speaking in Ohio there is a process a landlord must follow in order to evict a tenant. The process starts with a 3-day notice. That notice, however, is not a demand for the tenant to leave within three days. It simply is a notice that if the tenant does not leave by the end of the three days, the landlord will file an eviction action in a local court of law. Following the filing of the action, a court date is set at which a judge will hear from the landlord and tenant and will either grant or deny the landlord's request for eviction.
Despite any threats your landlord is making, you can't be legally evicted from the property unless a judge or magistrate rules in favor of the landlord at an eviction hearing. If you haven't yet had that hearing, you don't need to worry about being legally evicted until a date set by the Court.
This is not legal advice. This answer deliberately ignores a landlord's 'self-help' remedies and any claims and defenses you might have against eviction, including payment of rent and the individuals terms of your lease, which are not known to me.See question
What type of motion must be filed by the defendant in response? The defendant defaulted on the repayment obligation upon discovering that the services were not properly rendered. There are 2 counts: MONEY LENT/MONEY PAID & UNJUST ENRICHMENT. A...
If you (or someone you know) are/is the Defendant, I'd advise you to speak with an attorney. A general civil or debtor/bankruptcy attorney may be able help you or the person you know reach a solution to the issues named in the complaint.See question
I was in a car accident 2 weeks ago. I was injured and my car was totaled. The other driver admitted that he was at fault. Can I recover medical costs and pain and suffering or will it look bad because of the previous lawsuit.
The prior case will have no impact on your ability to recover damages in the current motor vehicle collision. All measures of damages, economic (medical bills, expenses, etc.) and non-economic (pain, suffering, etc.) are available to you.See question
My daughter is 13 and attends a private girls school. At the top of one of the publicly accessable stairways is a door to an attic that has no lock or keep out sign on the door. She went into the attic to explore and as she got farther in she step...
As the owner of the premises, the school has the duty to exercise ordinary care to keep the property in reasonably safe condition. Whether or not they would be found liable (or partially liable) in a court of law depends on the foreseeability of the injury. Was it foreseeable that by not locking or placing a warning sign on the attic door that a student would enter and fall through the ceiling?
Other considerations include whether or not your daughter was negligent herself in exploring an area which may very well have appeared to be 'off limits' or difficult to access. A finding that your daughter was negligent could reduce or eliminate any damage award.
You'd be well served to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney in your area. Injury attorneys often will agree to meet with a prospective client to review their case for little to no cost. Best of luck to you.See question
We have a current renter with a land contract on a house. She never pays on time and usually have to end up calling her and nagging to get the payment. How easy would it be to get her out? We are tired of dealing with her and need the payment On t...
As a landlord myself, I'd advise you first to strictly follow any procedures for payment of late/past-due rent written in your lease. If the person is consistently late and you feel that you could re-rent the property with little effort, you can begin eviction proceedings. Speak with a property law attorney in your area so that you can be sure you properly follow the eviction proceedings in order to make the process as quick and inexpensive for you.See question
if the person confessed but was under the influence of drtugs
In Ohio, 1st Degree Murder (commonly referred to as aggravated murder) is punishable by death, life in prison (w/no parole) or life in prison with the chance at parole after 20 years. 2nd Degree Murder is punishable by 15 years (minimum) to life in prison (w/ or w/out chance at parole, depending on the crime).See question
By getting his settlement, and pension from this company, and also SSD, he is not showing any signs of any disability nor during the waiting period of the claim. When out of state for vacations, no problems. Only during the court case. Is it possi...
If you suspect fraud (and it sounds like you do) you should report the activity to the Bureau of Workers' Compensation Special Investigations department at the following link: http://www.ohiobwc.com/bwccommon/forms/Fraud/See question
The other guy wrecked his car and my husband slowed down and hit black ice and hit the guy standing out of his wrecked car. The guy was up walking around before the cops came but the guy did go to the hospital. The guy did get ticketed for no dri...
As the other attorney stated, contact your automobile insurer. Most auto policies provide an attorney to represent you in these types of matters.See question
After I filed some motions to Discovery and Release of Evidence 2 days ago, I found out that the Court didn't follow through with the motion. They did not do anything with it. When I go and asked and it was like they didn't know where the form ...
I suspect I answered your question earlier. If true, please avoid posting the same question multiple times to this forum.
I cannot stress how important it is that you retain an attorney. As a pro se defendant, you are expected to know the Rules of Civil Procedure as a licensed attorney would.
In your case, you erroneously attempted to serve a Discovery request on a party by filing it with the clerk's office. This is not the correct procedure. Discovery is between the parties, not the court. It is not the clerk's responsibility, it is yours. It also isn't their responsibility to teach you the Rules of Civil Procedure.See question
I was trying to get a store to give me access to its store policies brochure, which is what described the store policies between employees and customers...how employee should treat customers, how they should respond to different type of customers....
I'd highly advise you to retain an attorney to help you with your case.
Discovery, according to the Rules of Civil Procedure, is to be conducted between the parties, "without leave of court." This is the reason the motion you filed with the clerk was not mailed to the party - its your responsibility to serve the discovery request on the opposing party - not the clerk's.See question