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  1. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

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    Re: Best Way to Get Tenant Out

    Is it a better unit? Would you be paying ALL the costs associated with moving? Even if the answers to those two questions are yes, moving is still a PITA and they had every right to say no.

  3. Motions: Re: Health of Defendant Reason to Change Venue in Small Claims Court

    Why wasn't the defendant sued where he lives in the first place?
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    Re: Best Way to Get Tenant Out

    No, they didn't make you lose any money. Your stupidity did. You have no business trying to rent out an occupied rental. That was the first thing I learned when I had my rentals.

    And now you're...
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    Re: Rear Ended Fracture to Neck


    Gen an attorney.

    A compression fracture of the neck is serious and could have long term issues.
  6. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    38-32(a)(6) With the exception of a service animal or prior written of the director, allow their animal to be present on a sports field, recreational field or other place where animals are prohibited...
  7. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    So, you knew the rule and disobeyed it anyway.

    This may be a ridiculous comparison but you could rob banks for 4 years and never have an incident or complaint, until you do.

  8. Re: Seller Failure to Disclose Retaining Wall Issue-Can I Pull Out and Keep My Earnes

    Closing in a few days? That means you are beyond your inspection period contingency and can't rely on that.

    You can certainly back out but if you have any hope of getting your earnest money back I...
  9. Support Arrears: Re: My Kids Are Paying My (Their) Arrears to Keep Me Out of Jail

    The trouble with arrears is that the interest rate makes the balance grow faster than you can pay it down if you are paying small amounts.

    My son is in the same boat. He owed $6500 in 2001. Now he...
  10. Wills: Re: Will, Cremation, and Mailing Goodbye Letters

    It's always a good idea to have an attorney assist you with all this but I'm in a similar boat and can understand how it might not be practical to do that.

    You need a will for any value if you...
  11. Defective Drugs and Medications: Re: This Medication Ruined My Life. Next Steps

    If the statute of limitations has run out, there's probably nothing you can do.
  12. Re: Non Custodial Parent with Supervised Visitation Moves Out of State

    There's no "we" here. Whether he can get unsupervised visitation depends on why he got supervised visitation in the first place. He would have to go to court and get that changed. Best for him to do...
  13. Re: Worker Rights and Safety vs. Patient Preferences

    Common sense dictates that you shouldn't be in that line of work.
  14. Transfer of Title: Re: I Bought a Vehicle with the Original Title but It Has an Undisclosed Lien

    That was your fatal mistake.

    You sure were. Duped by criminals. I doubt if they will ever come forward to fix this, nor will they ever give you your money back. It's long gone.

    I have...
  15. Civil Procedure Issues: Re: Small Business Filing Countersuit in Small Claims Court

    That's not how it works. You don't countersue for damages. You file a motion for sanctions under Section 128.7 of the California Code of Civil Procedure, alleging that the plaintiff filed a meritless...
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    Getting Fired: Re: Disagreed with Dishonesty, Terminated

    File ASAP. It's not retroactive so the longer you wait the more you lose.

    Realistically, probably not. But couldn't hurt to file a claim with the EEOC anyway.
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    Re: Incorrect Labeling at Macy’s

    While you might not be prosecuted for it (though you could be), you could certainly get fired for misconduct and not be eligible for unemployment compensation.
  18. Harassment: Re: Can I Sign a Document with V.c. (Vi Coactus) After My Name, Instead of Before

    That was an offer he couldn't refuse.
  19. Divorce: Re: Filing for Divorce and Getting Married, Timeframe

    Unless you want to move to a state with a shorter residency requirement, you'll have to wait.
  20. Establishment: Re: Is a Protection Order Likely to Be Granted

    You still need evidence for even a temporary order. The best evidence is witnesses testifying in court.

    Go in with half measures and you might not get the temporary order.

    I don't know. I'm not...
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    Legal Research: Re: Until Further Order of the Court

    Like a lot of people you are probably making much of something that may turn out to be inconsequential. The stay is in effect until the court says it isn't However, there may be further order that...
  22. Establishment: Re: Is a Protection Order Likely to Be Granted

    I think that the hearing is to decide whether or not to grant you the protective order.

    That's when you bring your documents, your daughter, and your witnesses.

    I doubt that it's for the judge...
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    Re: Judge Refuses to Terminate Probation

    Really? You've stood in the courtroom in front of the judge and prosecutor and they said "No, we aren't going to terminate your probation."

    Or they have written you a letter that says "No, we...
  24. Establishment: Re: Is a Protection Order Likely to Be Granted

    Sorry, written statements aren't going to work. Every person who is accused of wrongdoing (criminal or civil) has a fundamental right to face there accuser in court and question the accuser's...
  25. Unowned Property: Re: Statute of Limitations for Small Claims Court

    I figured it was something like that. Well, the reality is that you'll never see a nickel from your cousin, at least not without spending thousands on litigation. Even if you win a lawsuit,...
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