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  1. Wills: Re: In Wa State Must or May Executor Be Paid if One of Beneficiaries

    You like to split hairs. If the will stipulates a fee, that is the fee. If it doesn't, the court will decide if the fee is reasonable and just. The will can also say that no fee is paid. What's...
  2. Re: Agent Agreement for Selling Home in Probate

    You go to the probate court with the will and the executor/trix gets appointed right there and then. You pay for letters testamentary you get them and you can sign contracts to sell the property or...
  3. Mortgages: Re: Compensation for Easement Not Disclosed in Appraisal

    You know that smell when fish rot? How is it that while the seller owned the property the dominant estate didn't have a problem with the impediments to the use of the easement until you purchased...
  4. Thread: Subcontracting

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    Re: Subcontracting

    I would agree with ll that it appears that these businesses are independent contractors.

    Arizona use the right-to-control test to determine if the person or company is an IC or an employee. The...
  5. Re: California Tow from Private Lot with Pets Inside

    I apologize for calling you a moron. But it was a dark and stormy night. . Not a sunny hot day where the danger of high temps in the car would cause a dangerous situation. Most pet owners wouldn't...
  6. Wills: Re: In Wa State Must or May Executor Be Paid if One of Beneficiaries

    You can read a full analysis here.
  7. Wills: Re: In Wa State Must or May Executor Be Paid if One of Beneficiaries

    It also depends on if the will stipulates that the executor can be paid a fee or not.
  8. Registering a Vehicle: Re: Registering with No Title; Title is with Seller's Lender

    Assuming the seller actually pays off the loan. If not, you don't get to register the car until the lien is released. That could be never.
  9. Re: California Tow from Private Lot with Pets Inside

    OP has probably left their dogs in the car a hundred times parked while shopping or visiting friends without any problem before. You don't see the difference between a parked car just sitting and...
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    Re: Bartender Liability (Ohio)

    Ohio law appears to be an anomaly to me in who is held accountable for selling to a minor. Is it the bartender or the manager where the bartender is an agent of the manager?

    There is some...
  11. Thread: Auto Loan

    by budwad
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    Loan Agreements: Re: Auto Loan

    You will not go to jail. We don't have debtors prisons in the US. But the loan has to be repaid whether or not you used the money to pay bills or buy the car.

    If you don't make payments to the...
  12. Eviction Process: Re: Can Almost-Ex-Wife Call Cops for Access to Mother's House

    And in NJ there are cases exactly the opposite.


    Once the wife voluntarily moved out and established another domicile, she gave up her rights to the tenancy and to the marital home.
    ...
  13. Eviction Process: Re: Can Almost-Ex-Wife Call Cops for Access to Mother's House

    When she moved out on her own accord she gave up her tendency. She no longer has tenants rights.
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    Re: How to Keep Copies of Important Emails

    The snipping tool saves as an image not text. You lose any links and attachments.

    It depends on whether you are using an email program on your computer (like Outlook) or you are using an ISP...
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    Libel: Re: Can I Be Libel for Having a Sign in My Yard

    ll, you are responding to a year-old post that has been resurrected by denimkaty with an arbitrary post. And so is JK.
  16. Execution of Deed: Re: My Exceptions to Conveyance and Warranty Appear to Contradict Themselves

    A sells 4-1 to B. As a matter of law, if B had an easement over the land that is now owned by B (formally owned by A), that easement is extinguished. An estate cannot be both servient and dominant...
  17. Execution of Deed: Re: My Exceptions to Conveyance and Warranty Appear to Contradict Themselves

    Typically the grantor of an easement is the servient estate and grantee is the dominant estate. The grantor owns the land and the dominant estate gets to use the land. The grantor pays the taxes on...
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    Re: Reasonable Accommodation

    Dream on. She is losing her office because they need it for someone else. It's not the same space.

    So if you were in OP's shoes and you had to give up your office after 22 years you would just...
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    Re: Reasonable Accommodation

    You live in a myopic world. I do not. If you can't come up with a reason that this is happening to OP after 22 years of service, I suggest that you are na´ve.

    We need your office so we are...
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    Re: Reasonable Accommodation

    And the third option is that after 22 years of service (you must be making a high salary) and the company wants you out and replaced with a lower level employee. They can make your situation...
  21. Re: What Can I Do if My Neighbor Remove a Boundry Fence Without My Permission

    Here is the California good neighbor fence statute. If you can't work it out with your neighbor, consult a local attorney to work it out for you.

    If you follow the statute you may have a shot...
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    Re: Possible Negligent Home Inspection

    Probably not. If he is willing to have the house treated and repaired at his expense, that would be an exceptional result considering his contract probably has a disclaimer about issues that are not...
  23. Starting a Business: Re: How to Create a Profit-Sharing Agreement for Potential Employee and for an Invest

    One would assume that when you signed a contractor agreement with the individual, that there is a non-disclosure clause in the contract that you can hold him to.

    You can't have it both ways. He...
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    Probate Court Procedure: Re: Preparing in Advance

    You get your father to write a will. Then there are no questions as to his intentions are after he dies. He does it himself online or through an attorney. If he dies intestate and you and your...
  25. Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Pay Myself Bills I Paid from Estate Account

    I agree with you. If those expenses were made before the death of the mother, then as an executor or administrate he may not be entitled to reimbursement without an agreement between OP and his...
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