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  1. Re: Are There Any Holes in My Adverse Possession Case - Before I Take It to Court

    Because of the various issues here I again suggest you consult a real estate lawyer familiar with adverse possession law in your state. That bit of investment may help you avoid mistakes that could...
  2. Re: Are There Any Holes in My Adverse Possession Case - Before I Take It to Court

    Right, I don't know that there is a truly bright line rule of law yet set on that in this situation. Are you the homeowner that had the property taken for failure to pay the real estate taxes and...
  3. Re: Are There Any Holes in My Adverse Possession Case - Before I Take It to Court

    Before you file the adverse possession claim I strongly urge you to seek advice from a real estate lawyer familiar with adverse possession claims. If you file too early and put the true owner on...
  4. Seller Disclosure: Re: Discovering the Bid of the Previous Buyer, Who's Deal Fell Thorugh

    It might be true. The company that employs her may well require their employees to keep that confidential every broker I've dealt with would not tell a new prospective buyer what the previous offer...
  5. Chapter 7: Re: is a Screenplay an Asset Thank You to All

    Yes, a marketable screenplay is an asset. However, unless you already have a track record of selling books/screenplays the value of that asset is probably very low and I doubt the trustee would have...
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    Evidence: Re: Small Claims Evidence

    The hearsay rule is not simply a mechanical one. It is substantive — it blocks the evidence from being presented at all. It's not just a hurdle you have to jump to get it in, like laying the...
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    Evidence: Re: Small Claims Evidence

    I disagree. While in a regular court that kind of evidence might well be excluded, there are instances even there were such evidence would be admissible. In small claims court the rules are typically...
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    Credit / Debit Card Fraud: Re: Unauthorized Use of Credit Card

    If you didn't care you'd not have demanded apologies from people here when you've felt offended from a post. And yet you have done just that before. So I don't really buy that you don't care. In any...
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    Re: Broke the Code of Ethics

    Did you actually sign a purchase agreement for the house?
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    Credit / Debit Card Fraud: Re: Unauthorized Use of Credit Card

    More attacks against me and rants against lawyers in general. How does that help the OP with his issue? The answer, of course, is that it doesn't. You attack me when I haven't attacked you. And you...
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    Layoffs and Reductions in Force: Re: Negotiating a Severance Agreement

    I disagree. Showing a pattern of what appears to be discriminatory behavior does indeed help to prove a discrimination case. Indeed, you see evidence of that kind of pattern used often in these kinds...
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    Credit / Debit Card Fraud: Re: Unauthorized Use of Credit Card

    We have just the OP's account of what happened, and it's not very detailed. While of course the credit card issuers do often reverse the charges in this kind of situation, it does not happen all the...
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    Credit / Debit Card Fraud: Re: Unauthorized Use of Credit Card

    If the attempt to get the card issuer to credit the account fails then he will indeed have a loss from the theft because he'll have to pay the bill. You are correct that if he has no loss because the...
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    Business Regulation: Re: Is this a legal sales practice?

    Whether his employer will allow it is, of course, up to the employer. But I don't see a conflict of interest given these facts, whether he's salary or gets a commission with his employer. In any...
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    Credit / Debit Card Fraud: Re: Unauthorized Use of Credit Card

    Yes, you may sue the person who committed the fraud. However, that just gets you a judgment which you can use to attach the assets of the person to collect what is owed to you — if you can find any....
  16. Re: Is Employee Monitoring Software Legal in the U.S

    Does the owner want to install that software on company owned devices?
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    Business Regulation: Re: Is this a legal sales practice?

    What you describe is not a kickback or conflict of interest. So long as both companies are aware of what you are doing and are fine with it I don't see any problems just given the facts you've...
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    Re: Public Harassment

    Since you've provided no details I cannot provide you anything very specific. You may, of course, report any activity that might be criminal to law enforcement. You may see a civil litigation...
  19. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    I hope that you don't suffer from that long-term. Ultimately I think you want to do what's best for your mental and physical health. If you need some kind of treatment or therapy for it, you should...
  20. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    Harold, I'm well aware of your views of lawyers and well aware that you like to rant about your hatred of lawyers every chance you get. You are entitled to your views about lawyers, misguided though...
  21. Re: Complaints to Apartment Management-No Response

    I disagree. Emails are composed of the written word, and thus are a "writing". The only difference is the medium on which the words are written. Whether written on cave walls, stone tablet, papyrus,...
  22. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Does My Neighbor Have Legal Grounds to Make Me Move the Meters

    The neighbor's claim that the meters were installed illegally seems to conflict with your statement that the meters passed all inspections, which suggests that they conform to the applicable codes...
  23. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    My definition of the term doesn't matter. What I can tell you is that most of the personal injury lawyers in the cities in which I've lived and practiced enjoy trying cases and are happy to go to...
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    Re: Target Assault

    Both may be sued. Sure, ultimately it's likely the employer would be the one actually paying if the employee was negligent since it has the deep pockets and insurance, but the employee is also liable...
  25. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    Most personal injury lawyers love going to trial, but you're right that there are some that run practices in which they avoid trial and take whatever settlements they can get. If the lawyer has been...
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