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Good news: No jail.
Bad news: Lots of $$$$$ go bye bye.
The first thing to know about motions is that you have to respond to them and say why the other party's motion should not be granted. Motions can be granted if they are unopposed and you don't want...
Kind of implies that Mom knew what was happening and didn't object to it.
I believe that's called "constructive permission."
Else how did sonny get the car and the keys?
According to the CA DMV website a seller must provide you with a current smog certificate unless one was filed with the DMV within the last 90 days prior to sale.
Not gonna happen. Nobody at the store did anything wrong to you. It was your own fault.
I don't know. Every traffic ticket I've ever gotten provided specific instructions on the ticket. What does her ticket say.
For want of any other solution, that would be an excellent idea to...
Ask USCIS what documents will be acceptable.
Never take legal advice from the enemy. Rely on only your own legal team.
You don't have much choice but to go through with your sale, move all your stuff into storage, and rent a place until you...
Sorry, unless you want to travel to Indiana and sue him there, which will cost you more than $700 that you won't get back, there isn't any help.
You bought it AS IS.
Call the local police there...
Bigamy is a crime. She could go to prison for it. So, yeah, the greedy little pig needs to get divorced if she wants to remarry.
Start by reporting it to the police. There may be a crime in there some place. Hacking, maybe.
Then send messages to everybody in your phone contacts and email contacts that you have been hacked...
You, or a condition of your house, damages her property, you are legally responsible.
Do what it takes to prevent it. Small dollars spent now avoids big dollars spent later.
"Will be garnished" is the operative phrase. It means that you still have some days before it comes out of your pay.
By "active" parent I take it you have court awarded custody. Whether it was...
No. The only thing withholding rent gets you is evicted for non-payment.
If you are going to do it, understand that you take a big risk that the LL might evict you rather than wake up.
That kind of drain line problem would have to have been going on for years, maybe even predating your ownership and your neighbor's ownership.
There's no negligence involved on the part of either...
Here's the original thread on this topic:
This appears to be a contracts issue that just about any attorney can handle.
Though I agree with the other response. The money should go to her estate. Call back and ask about that.
You've got it exactly right. Stop worrying.
Do you use your car for the delivery service without your insurance company knowing about it?
The word that comes to mind is "syncope."
There are several discussions online...
Yes. Your contract says it ends on a certain day, it ends on that day. The provider has no obligation to provide temporary additional time just so you can take your business elsewhere. Why is that so...
This is why I tell people never to give a contractor money up front. Buy the material yourself, hire the labor, pay as he works (not before). And I would never hire any contractor who doesn't already...
Not a legal issue.
Maybe you'd be on better terms if you got off your butt and actually did things around the house to earn your keep. Whatever problems you have, he's providing you a place to...
No, I'm not suggesting that.
Did I actually have to say "OP go to your friend and get his OK to pick up the motor"?
I guess maybe I did have to say that.