going 2 court charges go 2 landlord every day not putting trash n dumpter blocked side walk tentant complained 2 noisey ect
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My air conditioner went out 07/14, my family and I had to stay in a hotel for 2 days. They stated they came out and fixed it then. A couple of weeks later my ceiling started leaking due to my air conditioner. Then 3 weeks later my ceiling started ...
I agree that anybody can sue anyone for anything, so yes, you could sue. The question is whether you will prevail on your claim. That question cannot be answered definitively by anyone other than the judge or magistrate hearing your case. However, attorneys can usually make an educated guess on the likelihood of success based on the facts. "Inconvenience" is not a legal claim, so that won't stick. Negligence is a legal claim, but you have to prove the landlord had a duty, breached that duty, and as a direct result of the breach, caused you harm in quantifiable measure. The landlord paid for your hotel so that won't go into the calculation. The issue with work is whether calling off was necessary and whether the cost of those days' work will be worth filing a small claims complaint (there will be a filing fee and a hearing scheduled which will probably cost another day off work). The frustration, aggravation and headache of having to move around for a few days is probably not compensable. Long story short I'd be surprised if you got enough out of filing a claim to justify the time and expense involved in pursuing it. But there's no way to know for sure. It sounds like the landlord is trying to make things right even if they haven't been successful thus far - if they stop their efforts to repair this issue and you are current on rent, you could use the escrow process to pay your rent to the court instead of the landlord until the issue is resolved. Another option might be to negotiate with the landlord for a release of the remainder of the term on your lease so you can move. Consulting with a local attorney who can review your lease and obtain more facts might also prove beneficial, especially since many attorneys offer free initial consultations. You can search for someone on Avvo or contact the local bar association for a referral. Best of luck to you!See question
My apartment complex will not provide me with the owner's name and contact information, can I put my rent in escrow until that is provided?
No, this is not a valid reason to use the escrow process. Go to franklincountyauditor.com and do a property search under the apartment complex address. That will give you the name of the owner. The tax billing address you see on there may be the owner's address - or it could also be a lender if there is a mortgage on the property and taxes are escrowed by the lender. If the owner is an LLC or other entity, go to http://www.sos.state.oh.us/SOS/ and do a search under the business name. That will give you the statutory agent which will either be the owner or someone else who can normally put you in touch with the owner. Hope this helps.See question
I'm only 17 about to be 18 in 4 months my mother got a cable bill in my name and never paid it or shut it off so now I owe them money what can I do to fix it ?
Call the cable provider and inform them that you are a minor and demand that they remove your name from the account. This is a form of identity theft, even though your mother is the one who did it. The provider will likely shut off service and begin their own investigation - you may even want to contact law enforcement about this. Best of luck to you.See question
1000 car that I owe 7000 on .
This looks like the same question that was asked a few days ago. Here is my response to that post:
Normally you can't just "get out of" a loan because the car isn't worth as much as you owe. This is a relatively common problem, especially with used vehicles and high interest rates. To know for sure if you have any options, you need to take the loan agreement to a local attorney who can review it and obtain more information. You can search for someone using Avvo's Find a lawyer tab or contact your local bar association for a referral. Good luck.See question
I left stuff at his house and he brungdsy
Here is a link to the legal aid society of Western Ohio: http://www.lawolaw.org/get-legal-help. You can call them or submit an online application. Hope this helps!See question
My husband bought home before our marriage. His name on all deeds, titles, and mortgage only. He has stopped making payments and is willing to sign a quitclaim deed to me. He doesn't want the house. I am unable to meet the requirements for a refi...
The Garn-St Germain Act (the "Act") provides that a lender cannot exercise the due-on-sale clause in a mortgage in several specific situations. In the normal course of things, if a borrower transfers a beneficial interest in the property that is the subject of a mortgage without paying off the loan, the lender can "call the loan" due. That is designed to prevent the situation where the borrower sells the house to a third party and transfers title without paying off the mortgage. The Act says that under certain circumstances, the due-on-sale clause can't be used to call the loan - one of those circumstances is a transfer resulting from a decree of dissolution or a legal separation agreement. So although this situation would not entitle you to "assume the loan", if your divorce decree states that you are to receive the house as part of the divorce and your ex-husband deeds it over to you, the lender could not call the loan due based solely on that transfer. The loan would stay in his name and you would pay the mortgage. That being said, if the divorce decree states that you are to receive the house and that your ex must quitclaim the property to you, it probably also has a requirement that you refinance the mortgage. Be sure your divorce attorney (if you don't have one, get one) puts some leeway in the decree so you aren't forced to refinance right away. Most ex-spouses aren't thrilled about the mortgage staying in their name for any period of time, but maybe yours will be ok with that if he's already in default and you intend to pay the mortgage. As I said before, if you don't already have a divorce attorney, you need to get one asap. A divorce atty can answer these types of questions for you. I recommend Rosanne Shriner in Wooster (http://www.shrinerlaw.com/) - you can also search for someone on Avvo or contact your local bar association for a referral. Hope this helps.See question
My daughters husband bought a home and forged her name and her grandfathers name on the deed that is only in his name. Can he be charged with forgery and how do they go about getting their names off the deed.
This is confusing to me. You said the deed is only in his name, but he forged your daughter's name and her grandfathers name to add them to the deed? If the deed was initially just in his name, he can add whomever he wants to the title without having to "forge" their names because the recipient of title does not have to sign the deed, only the current owner(s) have to sign. In order to remove someone from title a new deed has to be prepared and signed by all current owners to transfer to the new owner. So if your son in law added your daughter and her grandfather, all three of them would have to sign a new deed to transfer it back to just the son in law. Hope this helps.See question
It is from a recent eviction from an apartment.
I'm not sure what you are asking. A summons is the document issued by the court to notify a defendant that a lawsuit has been filed. Are you asking how to respond to a complaint? If a lawsuit has been filed and you are asking how to respond, the best course of action would be to have a lawyer respond for you. Otherwise you may unintentionally waive defenses you might have or fail to assert a counterclaim you might have. Keep in mind that the clock is ticking - you have 28 days from the date of service to file an answer. You can search for someone on Avvo or contact your local bar association for a referral. Best of luck to you.See question
Lived on this property for 24 yrs. Put pool on land 6yrs ago. Lady I bought property from 24 yrs ago, now says she had land survived and pool is on her land and wants it moved. Property not survived when I bought it. Mowed and cared for the land...
I don't see a question here, but your situation isn't something that can really be addressed in this forum. You need to consult with a local real estate attorney who can review the survey, obtain more facts, and give you individualized guidance on how to proceed. I've had several clients with this exact situation, with some sort of improvement encroaching into the neighbor's property. The most common solution is for you to purchase the strip of land where your pool encroaches - depending on the type of pool and obviously whether the neighbor is willing to sell, this may be the cheaper option for you. But doing so will obviously require a legal description of the portion you are buying, perhaps an appraisal if the neighbor won't agree to a nominal amount, and a deed conveying that portion to you. You need an attorney to help guide you through these things. You can search for someone local by using Avvo's Find a lawyer tab or by contacting your local bar association for a referral. Best of luck to you.See question