BGE sent Lewis Tree service to my neighborhood to cut limbs away from power lines. Instead, they almost completely cut down my tree in the middle of my yard and damaged several things in my yard (smashed bench, broken clothes line, etc.). I filed ...
You need a tree expert to show the damage was from them not some other company and what the damages are, that is loss to you in monetary terms.. Kind of late in the day, but maybe you can do it, and then you probably need to file suit against them. But you need to be able to present evidence. Did you hire anyothercompany? even so, if you had to do it because of the damage they caused, tat shouldn't matter. Maybe the tree company can testify in your behalf.See question
The person who planted them is their son. He doesn't own any of the land he planted on. He doesn't pay them rent for use of the land or anything. The parents just let him plant trees as he desires on this land. The 7 trees (8ft tall ) were encroac...
If the trees are now encroaching on your land, that is if part of their trunk is now growing on your land, in most jurisdictions, this means you are jointly responsible for the trees with the neighbors (not their son). He can sue you if he wants, but his case will be thrown out. Spend a couple hundred dollars on a local land use attorney to write him a letter explaining the law and your position. This might hold him off. He has to pay to sue you too,.See question
I filed to remove condition of my I-551. Now I received an appointment notice but no receipt notice. My understanding was that I was supposed to first, receive the receipt and then the appointment notice. I received the appointment notice I-797C a...
Receipt for what? What appointment? To a board or commission. I have no idea what you're talking about without more (any) information. Maybe someone in Sunnyvale does.See question
My husband is disabled and I work full time. My daughter who has lived abroad 15 years is relocating back to the US. It is most helpful to me and my husband for her to live in our 4 br 3 bath town home as her and her husband are transitioning job...
Not sure about Tennessee but in Califonria (and this may be Federal Law), you cannot discriminate based on having children. I don't know what the rules are in your HOA, but they cannot go against basic civll rights law. Ask a local attorney about this. Good luck.See question
Neighbors kids loud and annoying. Left their bike on my parking spot. I parked, didn't even touch the bike, kid gets his bike and sarcastically said " thanks". I said ur welcome. And said he was going to tell his mom. And I said no one gives a F***.
Probably not, but you won't make any friends either.See question
She is spreading lies about my family to neighbors and friends, we have asked her to stop
Sure, if you don't mind being beaten up, sued or worse. If you really think she's lying about you and it is causing you actual damages. Not just hurt feelings, call a lawyer and find out what, if any, your legal recourse in the situation might be.
In case, I wasn't clear, do not put a sing in your yard.See question
There is an overgrown tree on the sidewalk. The tree is owned by the city. On windy days, the branches of the tree are creating a health hazard by hitting the windows of the building nearby where the resident lives. The resident asked the city t...
Find out the status of the Street Tree ordinance. I understand the City is going to take back responsibility for the trees, but the rule was that the property owner adjacent to the tree is responsible. But yes, as the other attorney said, call them and explain situation carefully. First read the ordinance. Also you can talk to your Supervisor.See question
I purchased and moved into my home in November 2016, after the house was vacant for a few years. A house flipper guy worked on the property for a year or two. The flipper, purchased it from the original owner who built it in 1935. My neighbor, w...
I think it may constitute a nuisance if it's as loud as you say. But your neighbor may be hard of hearing so it sounds like delicate tinkling to him. First, go talk to the neighbor in a polite friendly manner. Explain the situation, and ask him to please remove the chimes or move them or get smaller ones, or only use them during the day, or similar request. Only when that fails, go to Plan B. But you may be surprised. Sometimes the direct approach, made civilly, works. Good luck. I hate the damned things too!See question
Loyal husband/father who made very good living while wife stayed home and cheated with neighbor for 5 years. Kids all hurt and shocked, he has family too
Only a few risks, libel suits, getting beat up, shot or worse; public humiliation. What could go wrong. Get counseling, please!See question
You need to go to your local planning department. And to know where your property line is. Question is what is the setback from the property line, not the fence.See question