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  1. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Quitclaim Deed Reversal and Statute of Limitations in Washington State Question

    If the plaintiff knew where you could be reached to be served with the complaint and lied about that to the court that will be very helpful in getting the judgment vacated. Vacating the judgment is...
  2. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Quitclaim Deed Reversal and Statute of Limitations in Washington State Question

    So you were named in that lawsuit but did not respond and thus a default was entered against you, correct? Then the first question is how service of process was done. If service was improper, you...
  3. Business Finance: Re: Who is Responsible for Employee Wages: Ceo or Cfo (100% Shareholder)

    The corporation is the employer and responsible for the employee's pay. They are employed by the corporation, not the CEO or the CFO. If they don't get paid, they sue the corporation, not the CEO or...
  4. Re: Difference Between Pat Down and Search

    In short, not all searches require a consent or a warrant to be valid. One of the exceptions to the requirement for either a warrant or consent to conduct a search is a limited search of your person...
  5. Collection Lawsuits: Re: Small Claims Court for Unpaid Family Law Bills

    It should get dismissed. The family court has jurisdiction over the order that it issued and is the court that may enforce that order. The order is not grounds for seeking a money judgment in small...
  6. Re: 1041 Schedule G, Part Ii Instructions Unclear

    I'm not seeing any language in the instructions that implies a trust must make estimated tax payments. Exactly what wording is it that concerns you? If the trust isn't going to have any tax to pay it...
  7. Retailers: Re: Art Gallery Will Not Sell Me the Artwork nor Will They Freely Return My Money Pai

    What you cited from the UCC is what I discussed earlier: you'd have a good cause of action to sue for the refund of what you paid, but not for something more, unless you can make the argument for the...
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    Re: Info on Promissory Estoppel

    A lis pendens is simply a notice filed where deed records are kept that a lawsuit relating to title to property has been started. It acts as a notice to those who would buy the property that...
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    Re: Info on Promissory Estoppel

    Let's start with the doctrine of promissory estoppel that you raised. Promissory estoppel, in general, is a situation in which someone makes a promise to you upon which you reasonably rely and that...
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    Re: Info on Promissory Estoppel

    Can you prove that when you laid the foundation and started building the structure that he knew then that it was over the property line? And if he knew, how is it that you didn't know?
  11. Traffic Accidents: Re: Hit and Run Taking Down Telephone Pole W/No Body Injuries

    No way to know if the police or telephone company will be able to pinpoint you as the one who knocked out the telephone pole. They'd need some evidence that points to you. While you don't know of any...
  12. Criminal Forfeiture: Re: Property Was Seized but Not Sure if I Can Get Back Right Now or Not

    That's going to depend primarily on whether what was seized is evidence for the charges still pending against you and whether the state is still contemplating reviving the charges that were dropped....
  13. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Facebook Violates the U.S. Constitution and Violates Freedom of Speech, Helping t

    Certainly nothing wrong with treating everyone who is situated the same equally. That is what the government must do. Private persons and companies, though, do not have that obligation except in...
  14. Re: Kings Coach As Eg. Misguided. Need More Direction

    If you say nothing one way or the other then you won't be seen as either supporting him or defending him on the issue.



    If you want to play odds, I suggest you go to Vegas. You have no idea...
  15. Re: Kings Coach As Eg. Misguided. Need More Direction

    When it comes to public figures the U.S. Supreme Court has held in a series of cases that in order for the public figure to successfully sue for defamation the public figure not only needs to prove...
  16. Retailers: Re: Art Gallery Will Not Sell Me the Artwork nor Will They Freely Return My Money Pai

    But that site is not in DC, either, from what you said. I suggest you contact a DC attorney about that before you try to sue in DC. The defendant must have the minimum contacts in DC to be subject to...
  17. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Contempt Petition Answer and Counter Petition

    If it is a civil contempt proceeding then the way it works is that the party seeking the contempt finding has to prove that you failed to comply with the order, i.e. that you failed to make the...
  18. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Facebook Violates the U.S. Constitution and Violates Freedom of Speech, Helping t

    No, it is not an "illegal campaign contribution" as it is not a contribution of anything of monetary value to the campaign organization of the candidate. Making your own ads in support of a candidate...
  19. Retailers: Re: Art Gallery Will Not Sell Me the Artwork nor Will They Freely Return My Money Pai

    If you had to pay more to get the same item from a different seller the difference would be a form of contract damages called expectancy damages. The problem here is that you evidently didn't have a...
  20. Retailers: Re: Art Gallery Will Not Sell Me the Artwork nor Will They Freely Return My Money Pai

    You are free to do it yourself. A lawyer might do a better job of it when it comes to discussing the law and how it applies to your situation, but if you can express yourself well in the letter you...
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    Re: Bankruptcy and Inheritance

    I suggest you meet with one or more bankruptcy attorneys to figure out what impact your bankruptcy will have on your inheritance. Most should give you a free initial consultation. Your share of the...
  22. Re: No 1099-Misc from Payor, Amount Under $600

    Obviously not. If you received income, it is your obligation to report it on your return (assuming you have enough gross income to be required to file a return) regardless of whether the payor...
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    Re: Capital Gains Tax on Inherited Home

    At least in the states I've lived, the appraisals for by the county assessor for real estate taxes are not very accurate for determining what the real FMV is. What you want is an independent...
  24. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Facebook Violates the U.S. Constitution and Violates Freedom of Speech, Helping t

    Not under U.S. law. FB is free to discriminate against customers as it sees fit so long as the reason for discrimination is not the person's race, color, national origin, or religion under federal...
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Moving with Judgment Liens

    It could work, the biggest unknown being how readily the creditors will be willing to reach a settlement to take less than the full amount owed.
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