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  1. Creation of an Easement: Re: Power Company Installed Transformer and Underground Line Without a Signed Easemen

    There may very well be an easement attached to the road for utility purposes. But why would the utility even ask for a signed contract if they already had the easement?
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    Debt Collectors: Re: Can I Spend My Currency As I Wish

    What do you mean by hiding assets? Do you mean to say that a fraudulent conveyance is not hiding assets or you can hide your cash under the mattress? Surely, a fraudulent transfer is prohibited by...
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    Debt Collectors: Re: Can I Spend My Currency As I Wish

    You can spend your money anyway you want and you don't have to prove (by receipt) what you spent it on.

    What you can't do is a fraudulent conveyance, or fraudulent transfer, which is an attempt...
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    Layoffs and Reductions in Force: Re: Forced to Use Pto Time when Furloughed

    I think this link will more helpful in understanding the CARES ACT.

    I would not be taking PTO. I would file for UI benefits as of the day you were furloughed. Your employer, as long as they...
  5. Creation of an Easement: Re: Power Company Installed Transformer and Underground Line Without a Signed Easemen

    They sent you a contract and you refused to sign it. Did you communicate with the utility? Did they offer you compensation for the easement? Or did you just do nothing?

    The problem you face is...
  6. Thread: State Lockdowns

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    Re: State Lockdowns

    How about you show us the CA constitution and the emergency powers law given to the governor that supports your contention that the governor doesn't have the lawful right to make restrictions in an...
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    Re: Inherited Property in Cal

    That seems to be the problem here. There has been a probate court order but that has not been recorded in a deed yet. So the property still remains in the name of the parents with a court order...
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    Re: My Neighbor Disturbed My Survey

    Where the line crosses onto your property, that is a trespass and you should point that out to your neighbor.

    In NC as in all states, you have the right to what is called the right to lateral...
  9. Thread: Shoplifting

    by budwad
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    Re: Shoplifting

    Forgetting to scan something left in your cart is one thing but for lack of funds is a willful theft. You will get what you deserve. You are not entitled to things because you can't pay for them.
  10. Re: Can I Get Compensation for Water Damage from New Refrigerator

    Because of what exactly? That you may have a bad connection from your fridge to the water/ice maker? That is not a defect in the fridge. That is a plumbing problem.


    ..

    Then turn off the...
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    Rental Agreements: Re: Consequences of Not Signing Mold Addendumm

    You are leaving out that the addendum also has a section in it (or in the lease) that says that the tenant will notify the landlord of any problems that impact the implied warranty of habitability...
  12. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    In your first link, all the definitions of a ROW say the same thing. A ROW is a non-possessory (don't own the land) right to cross the property of another for a particular use such as...
  13. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    I'm not going to argue the point with you. A right of way is an easement not a grant of land. You are incorrect.

    Good luck because you will need it going forward since you don't even understand...
  14. Unemployment Benefits: Does the "Cares Act" Cover Sallaried Workers

    My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: NJ and otherwise.

    I have been looking for an answer since the CARES act was passed and I can't find an answer. If you call the...
  15. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    You may go on thinking that the Sierra Electric Company acquired land but in my opinion (from what you have quoted from the deed), they acquired an easement across land for the purposes to have and...
  16. Re: Using a Right of Way or Easement for Leverage

    I understand your point. But you are not the one that will make that decision. It is the neighbor that has to figure out what is most cost effective.

    Landlocked property will not sell at a price...
  17. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    What is clear is that the quit claim deed did not transfer land but the right to use the land (an easement).




    That is an easement and not a transfer of land ownership. The easement is...
  18. Re: Using a Right of Way or Easement for Leverage

    What does that have to do with the price of eggs?

    Your question was if you can leverage against the fact that there is no recorded easement to buy land. I gave you three scenarios where the...
  19. Re: Using a Right of Way or Easement for Leverage

    That is not a given unless both properties were once under common ownership prior to severance, the claimed easement is a necessity and not a convenience, and the necessity existed at the time the...
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    Termination of an Easement: Re: Terminating a Easement

    You can gate off the road and lock it. If these persons want to make an issue of it , they will have to go to court. They have no recorded easement to enforce. They will have to go to court to...
  21. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    The answer is yes and that has already been addressed by other members. If in a subdivision the easement falls within a lot created, that becomes a servient estate. But the dominant estate (the...
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    Termination of an Easement: Re: Terminating a Easement

    There are several legal doctrines that can come into play here based on your answers to these questions (some of which have already been asked).

    How long have they been using the road? That...
  23. Non-Performance and Breach: Re: Contractor Does Not Provide Receipt After Getting Paid

    All contracts for home improvement need to be in writing according to the HICPA (Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act ).

    The Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act (“HICPA”) was adopted by...
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    Hindrance of Civil Rights: Re: Governor Using Lockdown

    Buy the New York Times.
  25. Drunk and Impaired Driving: Re: Intoxication While at Work and Illegal Drug Usage at Work

    Very good analysis.
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