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  1. Non-Performance and Breach: Re: Contractor is Taking Me to Court. Will Be I Able to Defend Myself

    I would go for criminal charges in a heartbeat.
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    Service of Process: Re: Server Forgot to Provide Receipt

    Beats me.

    Wouldn't have had the problem with a professional process server.
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Bump in Road

    Perhaps a lift kit would be cheaper than litigation.
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Bump in Road

    What kind of RV is low enough that you can't drive S-L-O-W-L-Y over a speed bump without scraping the underbody?
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    Division of Assets: Re: Postnuptial Agreement

    What you aren't understanding is the difference between ownership and marital interest.

    Your ownership is protected but she could have a marital interest in the "value" of any equity that has...
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    Division of Assets: Re: Postnuptial Agreement

    Yes, big time.

    How do you think this will play out?

    "Honey, let's write up a post-nuptial agreement that says you don't get anything of mine if we get divorced."

    Ring, ring, ring. "Hello, Mr...
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    Re: Parking in Bus Zone

    The sign with the picture of the bus on it?

    https://farm7.staticflickr.com/6095/6372003459_55dd53fe63_z.jpg

    What did you think that meant?
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    Re: Accident Advice

    Yes.

    You hit a non-moving vehicle which, as you admit, was blocking half your driveway. That you didn't see it means you weren't looking where you should have been looking.

    We get this kind of...
  9. Re: Can a Basement Apt. (Condo) Be Charged the Same Assoc. Fees As Other Units

    Obviously they CAN do it if they ARE doing it.

    Whether they are doing it rightly or wrongly will be answered by reading her CC&Rs.

    Unfortunately, though, I suspect that she has to pay the fees...
  10. Purchase Contracts: Re: What is the Best Way to Approach This Short Sale Property

    You either make an offer that you are comfortable with or you don't make an offer and you wait. It's that simple.

    If you are so antsy about how to buy a short sale maybe you should back away and...
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    Eviction Process: Re: Legal Venue

    Why? And how do you know that? Have you already been served a termination notice? Pay or quit?

    Might be to your advantage to leave before the eviction is filed. Once filed, it becomes public...
  12. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    Sorry, but that's for a lawyer to answer. You'll need one anyway so you might as well just find one who specializes in that area of law.
  13. Non-Performance and Breach: Re: Concrete Patio Cracked Almost Immediately After Being Poured

    This hasn't been covered yet.

    Were these contractors licensed and bonded?
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    Payment: Re: Legal Advice for Damaged Property

    How did the gutter get damaged?

    What kind of insurance policy do you have on the condo?

    Need both answers to discuss coverage for interior damage.
  15. Seller Disclosure: Re: How Does House Front Foot Fee Impact Real Estate Transaction

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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Starting Civil Action (Newbie)

    How much are you going to sue for?
  17. Impound: Re: Can't Afford Impound Fees, Have Title but Not in Our Name and Need Paperwork from

    Sorry, but you and husband pretty well screwed yourselves, which is what scofflaws often do.

    Leaving your social security cards, driver licenses and anything of value in the car defies common...
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    Home Insurance: Re: Homeowner Insurance Underpayment

    You see where I emphasized "See your policy"? That tells me that the paragraph you quoted isn't what your policy "states."

    "Extended Replacement Cost provides additional coverage above the...
  19. Re: Can I Sue the Impound or Salvage Yard

    You can't "prove" anything about anybody, so there's nobody to sue.

    If you mean titles, go to the DMV, report them lost, and get duplicates. Do that ASAP before somebody messes with them.
  20. Hearings and Trials: Re: Asking for Restitution to Ensure Payment

    I apologize in advance as my answers are going to be quite disappointing.

    I don't think restitution is an option for a traffic infraction so you would have to sue the driver that hit your car.
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Medical Malpractice an

    While that is correct, as a practical matter, the plaintiff in a wrongful death/malpractice lawsuit is the deceased (the Estate of the Deceased). Any award to the estate would be inherited under...
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    Re: Road Closing

    I hope that your husband immediately went back and took photos of the positions of the signs.
  23. Re: Transfer of Title, Bill of Sale Signature Falsified

    That should have set off the alarm bells and set the red flag waving.



    Well, that's not going to happen.

    WA requires a bill of sale to compute the use tax.

    All you can do is take your...
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    Breaking a Lease: Re: Can We Sue

    You must be, to let it go this far.

    You need a lawyer and probably a private investigator to locate your tenants.

    You will probably end up with a default judgment because they aren't likely to...
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    Re: Code Enforcement Chickens

    Exactly.
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