My girlfriends mom had moved a camper onto my property and stayed for about 6 months and has moved away about 2 months. When asked about moving the camper off my property she doesn't give me a answer. How can I go about getting it removed and what...
If it is your land, you likely can have it towed unless you have some agreement in place with your girlfriend's mom. Good luck.See question
Tried this for the first time...don't need it. How do I delete my account
I would email AVVO and ask them to delete your account. They must have a "contact us" menu somewhere. I don't know if that helps you but good luck.See question
We had to have our 14 year old dog euthanized for liver problems and I was told that you cannot bury animals in yards anymore. Is this correct?
It appears if the dog is deceased due to disease (you said liver problems and I don't know if that was due to some disease or not) you cannot bury it within the City limits:
City of Harrisburg, PA
Animals and Animal Diseases; Rendering
"The body of any animal or fowl dead of any disease, or killed on account of a diseased condition, shall be incinerated, rendered into tankage, or otherwise disposed of in such a manner as not to constitute a nuisance or hazard to the public health; the body of any dead animal shall not be buried within the City limits."
I currently rent the property I live in. The property is being sold. The realtor has repeatedly asked to show the property with less than 24 hours notice. When I have been able to, I have accommodated these requests. However, when I informed the r...
They are required under that same lease to give you proper notice in the event the landlord (through a real estate agent) wishes to show the property for rent or sale. Just point them to the provision in the lease that covers that issue, if they are still pressing you then you may want to seek an attorney to assist you. Good luck.See question
Do they have to take the money if I get it to them before I receive a summons and complaint? What if they file the summons and complaint before I get the money together can they accept it and drop the complaint?
In order to better answer your question, I would need more detail as to the circumstances. Are you being sued for past rent by your landlord? Are you being sued for damages? It is really difficult to tell what these circumstances involve without a little more information.See question
I have applied for an apartment in Olympia, Washington with my long-term boyfriend a roommate. I was approved and was going to pay the deposit but just received a phone call from the landlord stating that they were sorry but that this specific apa...
It appears they may very well be violating housing laws based upon the fact that if the tenants were married they wouldn't be considered roommates. Landlords can restrict use to certain types of tenants (over 55, etc.) but this may very well be a violation. You would be best served to contact a Landlord/Tenant Law firm to discuss your options. Typically Single Family just refers to the location being for residential use by persons rather than commercial so their description (depending upon local zoning laws) may be too ambiguous to deny your boyfriend from moving in, it does, from you have described, sound like discrimination. Good luck.See question
If a property management company bought the condo I was renting "Sight Unseen" and "As Is", can they sue me for water damage that was discovered and supposedly "repaired" well before we moved in by the owner I initially rented the condo from? I mo...
If you have proof of the pre-existing water damage I would recommend you seek to have this removed from your credit report by filing a claim of dispute with the three credit agencies (Experian, TransUnion and Equifax). Here is the link to dispute a claim: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0151-disputing-errors-credit-reports. Good luck. You may also want to hire an Landlord/Tenant Law firm to assist you.See question
There were issues with our carrier last year; it led to a hold. We had a house guest that was mistakenly signing forms that stated we had to keep the door shut or lose service. I just saw copies today. Everyone from USPS I've dealt with says it sh...
This isn't necessarily my area of expertise, I'm not sure anyone would primarily practice in this area, but I would suggest finding out who your regular carrier is and contacting their direct supervisor to explain the situation. I would also keep visiting your local USPS office as the more you address the situation the, likely, quicker it will be resolved. Good luck!See question
In 2005 received a DUI ticket in Washington. I pled innocent and it went to trial in 2006. In the middle of the trial the state had to dismiss the charges due to lack of evidence. However, they did so "Without prejudice" which means that they can ...
As the rest of my colleagues here have noted, that statue of limitations has likely elapsed (2 years for gross misdemeanor offenses), and as another any refilling may be challenged by asserting double jeopardy depending upon the facts.See question
It is my second offense and I am on dosa what is the likelihood of my DUI getting dropped to a negilant driving or wreckless driving I blew .015. Will my dosa get revoked my po hasn't violated me.
First it is absolutely necessary to know if you mean .015 or .15. There is a huge difference there, I assume you mean .15 as it would be unlikely (not unheard of) for the State to file a case wherein that low of breath test was measured on someone over 21.
Also, it is necessary to know whether your first offense was within 7 years or outside of seven years because if it is within 7 years and your charge occurred in King County, it is extremely unlikely your case will be reduced unless there is a significant evidentiary issue. Even if your prior is outside of seven years it will be very unlikely you will obtain a negligent driving or reckless driving without a huge evidentiary problem for the government. You may want to explore the possibility of a deferred prosecution, but you need to consult with an experienced DUI attorney and Chemical Dependency Professional before entering into that option.
It is likely you are going to face some problems regarding your DOSA due to the new alcohol allegation. It is advisable you obtain an experienced DUI lawyer right away. There is also much more information that would be necessary to gather to fully understand your predicament.See question