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  1. Disability Benefits: Re: How is Montly Income Calculated for Self-Employment

    I agree that medical expenses are not business expenses for the purposes of the IRS. However, some SSA publications say they can be deducted from your TWP (trial work period) earnings, but are not...
  2. Disability Benefits: How is Monthly Income Calculated for Self-Employment

    I've been receiving SSDI for about 7 years. I have discovered a form of work that I seem to be able to do, provided my health improves succificiently over the next several years, which is math...
  3. Disability and Elder Law Issues: Re: How to Transition Off of Disability and Back to Work

    Hold it right there. As I made perfectly clear in my post, I'm looking for LEGAL solutions.

    So you're saying that you've seen a lot of people go from a state of 80 or 90% disabled to a state of...
  4. Disability and Elder Law Issues: How to Transition Off of Disability and Back to Work

    My question involves a person located in the state of: California.

    I had to stop working as a computer programmer for medical issues in 2010 and have been receiving SSDI since.

    My health has...
  5. Roommates: Re: Trying to Get Landlord to Move on Evicting Hostile Roommate

    adjusterjack,
    Thanks! Does this mean I need to have a police report on file to defend my claim that I was a victim of domestic violence?

    As an aside I think I have a month-to-month lease now...
  6. Roommates: Re: Trying to Get Landlord to Move on Evicting Hostile Roommate

    Okay I will follow a police report, but what I'm really asking about is whether it is possible to sue the landlady for failing to act on this roommate, for failing to provide livable conditions.
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  7. Roommates: Re: Trying to Get Landlord to Move on Evicting Hostile Roommate

    I was just wondering if someone can help me with some of the strategy here.

    I just talked with the police and they said, like you implied, that putting his hands on me is battery, regardless of...
  8. Roommates: How to Get My Landlord to Evict a Hostile Housemate

    My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: California

    I rent a room in a house. Two other people rent rooms here. We all have separate leases with the owner, who does not live at...
  9. Service of Process: Re: Can Person Who Serves Function As a Witness

    Thank you!
  10. Service of Process: Can Person Who Serves Process Testify As a Witness

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: California

    Can the person who serves my small claims lawsuit be a witness also, or is there some rule against that?
  11. Service of Process: How to Serve a Small Business when Suing in Small Claims Court

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: California

    A small, shady business (a cell phone retailer and repairer) took my money, $400, and never completed the repairs or delivered...
  12. Eviction Process: Re: How Quickly Can You Be Evicted If You Refuse to Move Out When Your Lease Expires

    Apparently most of you didn't read that I'm leaving anyway within three weeks. The idea I have is that the eviction will never be completed. There's no need to stay for more than that. If he can't...
  13. Eviction Process: How Quickly Can You Be Evicted If You Refuse to Move Out When Your Lease Expires

    My question involves an eviction in the state of: California

    I'm a very busy student, and when I rented my place (on a month-to-month basis) the landlord agreed verbally that he wouldn't ask me to...
  14. Other Insurance: Re: Renters Insurance for $25,000 of Electronics

    Sorry, I guess it's not a "legal" question, my apologies. I was just hoping I could get an explanation why it is hard to find. You helped-- I will have to keep asking about a special policy and not...
  15. Other Insurance: Renters Insurance for $25,000 of Electronics

    My question involves insurance law for the state of: California

    I'm having trouble finding renter's insurance that will cover the full value of all my electronics, which I estimate at $25,000. I...
  16. Assault & Battery: Re: Falsely Accused of Assault for Protecting Myself and Property Rights

    The term "commie-gestapo" is self-contradictory. No member of the Gestapo would have been a communist--the Nazis hated the communists. Learn your history.
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Not Quite Shoplifting

    Yes, I understand the penalties are the same, and I actually agree with that aspect of the law. But the attorney said there is more wiggle room to bargain with the DA and get it down to an infraction...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Not Quite Shoplifting

    The attorney said it was "attempted shoplifting." Penalties are the same as shoplifting, but there is specific law to make it clear what constitutes an "attempt".

    It was a wake up call.

    I just...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Attempted Shoplifting

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: California

    I visited a Vons, picked up a prescription from the pharmacy, paid for it. I put the prescription in my cart. Then rolled the cart...
  20. Security Deposits: Re: California Supreme Court Decision Re 21-Day Rule

    Never mind, I'm just muddled about it. Sometimes the LL will countersue, and sometimes sue (because he voluntarily returns the security deposit first and the tenant doesn't file a suit). I've seen...
  21. Security Deposits: Re: California Supreme Court Decision Re 21-Day Rule

    By the way, the reason I phrased that as "the tenant gets the entire security deposit back" (which wasn't clear, I admit) is that the LL must return the entire thing, _then_ countersue. And some LL's...
  22. Security Deposits: Re: California Supreme Court Decision Re 21-Day Rule

    I'm not looking for a rule; I'm looking for the text of a CA Supreme Court decision. Yes, the decision also stated the LL can countersue.
  23. Security Deposits: California Supreme Court Decision Re 21-Day Rule

    My question involves a security deposit in the State of: CA

    I'm suing my LL for (1) not providing a refund of the security deposit within 21 days (2) never providing an itemized list of charges or...
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    Security Deposits: Re: Would Judge Do a Rough Estimate of Charges

    Regarding the window, I called the hardware store and found out that a window pane (even larger than the one I broke) would cost $36 to $41 depending on the quality. I figure his friend doing the...
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    Security Deposits: Would Judge Do a Rough Estimate of Charges

    My question involves a security deposit in the State of: California

    I moved out of an apartment last June. The landlord did not send either a refund of the sec deposit or an itemized list of...
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