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    Re: Statute of Limitations Ohio 2002

    From what I can see so far in my searching, the criminal statute of limitations is 20 years from the date it happened. So, if it happened in 2002 as you indicated in your other thread its time for...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Statute of Limitations

    Jack, that link is bad.
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Sidewalk Easement

    Well then you definitely need to defend yourself on the basis that the sidewalk is a private sidewalk located entirely on your property. However, you might want to research whether or not the...
  4. Transfer of an Easement: Re: Found and Old Deed That Was Willed to Me. There is a Easment Deed with It. the La

    I am guessing that the OP has a piece on landlocked property that he/she inherited and could not do anything with it because it was landlocked. I suspect that the "other family" are other people who...
  5. Service and Repair: Re: Did Work on a Customers Boat, Unknown Address, and Will Not Pay

    Also, just so that you are aware, texting and emails do not qualify as "in writing". What qualifies as "in writing" is something actually written on a piece of paper. Sometimes emails and texts can...
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    Perjury: Re: How to Prove a Perjury Charge

    I agree. I am familiar with a case where one of the parties committed such blatant perjury (in multiple hearings in multiple states) that the judge who ultimately took jurisdiction of the case read...
  7. Premises Liability: Re: Security Guard Guilty of Criminal Assault - How to Pay for Broken Car Window

    Just to give an example:

    My house was broken into about 20 years ago and my claim to the insurance company was for about 4k worth of stuff after my deductible. The young men who did it were...
  8. Service and Repair: Re: Did Work on a Customers Boat, Unknown Address, and Will Not Pay

    And how much is the boat worth?
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Sidewalk Easement

    Is there a continuous sidewalk along your street? Is putting in a sidewalk something everyone has done? I would say that defending yourself based on the fact that its your private sidewalk on your...
  10. Service and Repair: Re: Did Work on a Customers Boat, Unknown Address, and Will Not Pay

    You should have agreed to sell the boat. She clearly doesn't have the money to pay you. Now, you sue her, get a judgment against her and ask the judge to order that you get to sell the boat to...
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    Violation & Enforcement: Re: Using Someone Else's Mailing Address

    That is good too.
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Intended Use of Right of Way

    You are going to have to sue him for all of the damage he has done. Once he loses a lawsuit he will discover quite quickly that he cannot just do whatever he wants.

    It IS his property and he IS...
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    Violation & Enforcement: Re: Using Someone Else's Mailing Address

    I would take that one small step further. Rather than writing, "doesn't live here" I would write "never lived here".
  14. Transfer of an Easement: Re: Found and Old Deed That Was Willed to Me. There is a Easment Deed with It. the La

    The other family sold the land that had been willed to you? Or, sold the land that contained the easement?
  15. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Am I Liable for People Using Right of Way

    If the person owning the right of way is that concerned about it, they can always buy an umbrella liability policy. Those types of policies are quite inexpensive.
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    Abandoned Property: Re: Personal Property Dispute

    It does not make sense that an attorney would have told him that. Because again, to quote pg1067 "on its face, that is absurd". So, either you are leaving out some important detail (although I...
  17. Compensation and Overtime: Re: Paystubs After Getting Fired and Locked from Company Email

    It really depends on what she is really asking for. If she is asking for a year's worth of pay stubs a few hundred dollars is obviously way over the top. If she is asking for 20 years worth of pay...
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    Abandoned Property: Re: Personal Property Dispute

    Who the heck told you the bolded? You need to give her specific, in writing (not email or text but written on a piece of paper and mailed) that she must pick up her property by a certain date or you...
  19. Wills: Re: In Wa State Must or May Executor Be Paid if One of Beneficiaries

    I am not splitting hairs Bud. The statute also says:



    Which would indicate that if the will said no fee, that the executor could ask the judge to override the will and to determine "reasonable...
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    Re: Energy Usage Due to Hidden Malfunction

    That is an entirely different matter. The furnace was working. They got hot air and cold air according to the OP. When a fridge goes out it's obvious. Nothing is cold. My first reaction to an...
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    Re: Energy Usage Due to Hidden Malfunction

    So, you are saying that even if they had contacted the landlord the first or second month that it happened that the landlord would still not have been responsible for their misfunctioning equipment? ...
  22. Wills: Re: In Wa State Must or May Executor Be Paid if One of Beneficiaries

    Bud, did you read what you quoted? It clearly agreed with me, not with you.



    You said:
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    Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft by False Pretenses

    The fact that you have witnesses is a good thing even without that clause in the Nevada law. Go talk to the police. The worst they can do is tell you its a civil matter.
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    Re: Subcontracting

    He said in his first post that his subcontractors were small businesses with 2 or 3 employees, and then further stated that his subcontractors invoice him on their own terms.
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    Re: Energy Usage Due to Hidden Malfunction

    They would have notified him in June if they had had any idea in June that the furnace was malfunctioning.
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