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  1. Public Records: Re: Complaint About Police, Leo Compensation - Public Record (Pa)

    Some things DO become a matter a public record, and that is my question regarding a complaint to the police chief.

    Other things DO NOT become public record. Indeed, some things are required to be...
  2. Public Records: Re: Complaint About Police, Leo Compensation - Public Record (Pa)

    The police were summoned by me. The "event" is largely irrelevant and is way, way more than I care to get into.



    I guess that might be part of the question... is the chief required to file or...
  3. Public Records: Re: Complaint About Police, Leo Compensation - Public Record (Pa)

    Quick response for now:



    No, I don't, at this time.



    Cops that are likely paid somewhere between well and very well should be expected to be professional, or at least competent. A chief...
  4. Public Records: Are Complaints About Police Made Part of the Public Record

    Hi:

    (State of PA) We had an "event" here, and the police were involved. I did not like the way it was handled, the cops involved acted poorly. I wanted to complain to the chief of police (via...
  5. Creating a Power of Attorney: Re: Mom Has Dementia, I Think I Need "Power of Attorney"

    Yep, dad and I both know it.





    Mom does not have the capacity at this point to do so. Furthermore, she is far enough gone that she would likely not agree to it, even to the extent she could...
  6. Creating a Power of Attorney: Mom Has Dementia, I Think I Need "Power of Attorney"

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: PA

    Mom and Dad are elderly. Mom has dementia, and is not competent. Dad is mentally OK. For now, since Dad is alive and OK, I am...
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    Extending a Lease: Re: Conversion to Month-To-Month Lease

    IF I was leaving by Jan. 1, there would be no issue,

    NJ is different. See, for example, this law firm's page.

    As I read the law, the landlord cannot order me to vacate, at least not without...
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    Extending a Lease: Conversion to a Month-To-Month Lease

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

    I have lived in an apartment complex in NJ for 7 years. My yearly lease renews 1st of the year. Landlord has notified me that the...
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    Giving Notice: Re: Moving Out of a Month-to-Month Rental

    Not an expert, but... if you are giving proper, timely notice (i.e., not moving out mid-term of a lease) a reason is not necessary and may be inadvisable. I would just provide timely, written notice...
  10. Extending a Lease: Re: Landlord Did Not Provide Notice of Rent Increase

    I meant the lease AND the information I found on the internet, such as this, among many others. I did look around a bit before I posted here.



    I have enough wariness about the law to wonder if...
  11. Extending a Lease: Late Notice of a Rent Increase for an Automatic Lease Renewal

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

    I have a yearly lease with a landlord. Lease renewal date is Jan. 1. Per terms of lease, if landlord wants to increase the rent or...
  12. Public Records: Re: Township is Claiming They Don't Have Inspection Reports

    Thanks. A good idea, but...

    1) The "agency" is a small local township construction office with an administrative lady and 2-3 inspectors (electrical, building, plumbing), one or more of whom may...
  13. Public Records: Re: Township is Claiming They Don't Have Inspection Reports

    Thanks, but I think you have gotten off track from my question. My question was one about the record keeping requirements on the part of the construction office in the local township, not about...
  14. Public Records: Re: Township is Claiming They Don't Have Inspection Reports

    No, the inspections and remediation were indeed still ongoing. He had done a preliminary inspection of a random sampling of units, and found much wrong. At the point I had contacted him, he was...
  15. Public Records: Township Claims That it Does Not Have Copies of Inspection Reports

    I will try to keep this brief. (Edit: This is in state of NJ).

    Back in 2014, I put in a couple of complaints to the local township construction office (they are the building inspections people)...
  16. Quiet Enjoyment: Can You Sue a Landlord for Trespass for Entries Made Without Proper Notice

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

    I have had problems with a landlord (maintenance people) coming into the apartment with no/unreasonable notice. The last time, I...
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    Repair and Maintenance: Re: Leaking Gutter and Drainpipe

    I have thought about it, because this condition has existed in previous winters and ice has formed. But our winters have been relatively tame for the past few years, so nothing outrageous. But this...
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    Repair and Maintenance: Re: Leaking Gutter and Drainpipe

    I looked into that, and got the impression that the code enforcement people here will (understandably) only get involved in serious health and safety matters, or at least matters of habitability. ...
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    Repair and Maintenance: Re: Leaking Gutter and Drainpipe

    Roof water falls directly onto my large and regularly-used private balcony area, affecting my use of it and leaving a mess from the roof crud being directed there. The leakage is, as I said,...
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    Repair and Maintenance: Leaking Gutter and Drainpipe

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

    I have a problem with a landlord who has failed to fix substantially leaking gutters and drainpipes, despite repeated promises to do...
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