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    Prenuptial Agreements: Re: Asset Disclosure to the Attorney

    My guess is that these assets were acquired through inheritance. In other words, not earned. Why so? Because if you had the wherewithal to earn them, one would expect that you would have the good...
  2. Eviction Process: Re: Can a Tenant Withdraw a Supersedeas to Appeal Once It is File in Court

    So, you've "never had so much trouble in trying to pay money to someone"?

    Well, apparently you've had trouble in the past, buster! For instance finding difficulty in "cutting a check" covering...
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    Co-Ownership: Re: Partition of Property

    Yes, the home is subject to being partitioned by a Michigan circuit court. And unless the court finds that it is amenable to being equitably and fairly divided between the owners the court will...
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    Re: Post Divorce Mortgage / Escrow

    Where do you come by this absurd notion that the divorce decree "protects the co-owned property" against any of your ex-husband's attaching judgment creditors?
    Apparently you are oblivious of the...
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    Re: Post Divorce Mortgage / Escrow

    Let me ask you: Are we given to understand that the divorce decree: (1) Granted you exclusive possessory rights to the home; (2) Ordered you to individually assume all future accruing costs of...
  6. Discovery: Re: Urgent: Can I Depose an Employee Pay It Forward

    I think what you are trying to say here is that the proposed deponents are or were employees of your corporate adversary. And may have been present during times or at a time when the subject matter...
  7. Fences and Walls: Re: Washington State: Boundary Fense

    I fully agree with your interpretation of the reimbursement requirement under RCW 16.60.020. Meaning that it only applies to boundary fences erected for the purpose of containing "animals and...
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    Pleadings: Re: Service of Amended Answer

    Where I have practiced law (and under similar Rules as that of Massachusetts) an Order granting a Motion requesting leave "to file and serve an amended pleading" does not in and of itself constitute...
  9. Fences and Walls: Re: What Happens if You Discover That a Fence Line is Not Actually the Property Line

    Pardon me for saying so. But your failure to inform the OP that the placement of the fence may very well serve as defining the boundary line - notwithstanding deed descriptions and surveys - cast...
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    Delivery of Deed: Re: New Owner Won’t Record Deed

    So your argument as to why such a grantor could not do as "astrojock" recommends: create and record a duplicate deed - is because once having conveyed by deed the grantor has no remaining interest...
  11. Local Taxes: Re: Due Process Denied/Insufficient Notice/Satisfy Official Requirements

    Any statute to which its interpretation and application is delegated without providing clear, articulated standards for its administration is subject to be declared unconstitutional under the...
  12. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Can I Allow a Third Party to Use My Easment

    Would you kindly explain why the OP needs to be concerned with whether or not the agreement with his brother complies with the "Uniform Conservation Easement Act"? A legislative enactment whose...
  13. Boundary Agreements: Re: Is a Map Submitted with a Title Legal in Ky

    Who cares what the two brothers once had, or what they did with what they once had? What they may have done with what they owned doesn't mean a hill of beans! Also meaningless is this gibberish about...
  14. Eviction Process: Re: Can I Still Sue for Rent/Damages; Eviction Process is Near Over

    Dear adjuster:

    Oddly you are ignoring the very import of your cited authorities; i. e. case law that totally conflict with your argument. (That argument being that the OP is not precluded from...
  15. Eviction Process: Re: Can I Still Sue for Rent/Damages; Eviction Process is Near Over

    It seems that you filed and served a complaint for unlawful detention (CRS 13-40- 10) asking that you be restored to the possession of your rental property. Also that you omitted to include in your...
  16. Collection Lawsuits: Re: Can My Personal Creditor Take Money from My LLC

    "I have an LLC account." "I plan to start making money with this LLC . . ." "What I pay myself from the LLC." "How can I protect my LLC . .. " etceteras, etceteras . . .

    Why the quotes from...
  17. Liens: Re: How to Get a Bogus Lien Removed from a Car Title

    You know perfectly well that should a suit be brought to remove the lien, or one to enforce it and it was made to appear that it was fictitiously placed for the purpose of defrauding creditors and...
  18. Liens: Re: How to Get a Bogus Lien Removed from a Car Title

    You have the option of filing and serving upon the lien holder an action to quiet title to personal property. * Which would be for the purpose of being able to present to DMV a certified copy of a...
  19. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Does a Will Give Executor Power to Sale Real Estate

    I am going to assume that by that unrelated, odd ball remark you mean to say that there is nothing difficult or confusing about the laws in the OP's home state of California governing the probate of...
  20. Probate Court Procedure: Re: Does a Will Give Executor Power to Sale Real Estate

    Your question is ill worded as it would depend on the instrument itself as to whether or not a will authorizes the personal represented (not the executor) to sell real property.

    That having been...
  21. Re: Co-Signer Wants to Get Removed of the Lease

    Please take note that if the landlord were to discharge you from your guarantee it would be operation of law release all persons equally obligated under the lease that stand in disagreement to the...
  22. Default Judgments: Re: Motion to Reconsider Default Judgment Being Set Aside (Oregon)

    Q: Is it worthwhile to file a motion to reconsider the decision to set aside the default judgment?

    A: You would have some difficulty in citing supporting authority for such a motion as:

    "The...
  23. Filing a Complaint: Re: How Long Does One Have to File a Small Claims Case

    Please pardon me for disagreeing, but they do not "both apply"!

    In this instance the OP has two (2) years from the date of the accident to bring her action.

    The "not more than . . . " clause...
  24. Filing a Complaint: Re: How Long Does One Have to File a Small Claims Case

    Its no wonder the OP is confused! How does one reconcile Section 52-577 of the Connecticut Statutes of Limitations with Section 52-584?

    "Sec. 52-577. Action founded upon a tort. No action founded...
  25. Modification of Support: Re: What Does It Mean "with Prejudice"

    Your generalities are not helpful. What is meant by the word "case" in the above statement that ''the 'case' will be dismissed with prejudice"? Certainly the father's lawyer has the good sense to...
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