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  1. Consumer Law Issues: What Are Considered Assistive Devices for Airlines

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

    Recently, I was traveling on a Delta airline flight that was overbooked and my carryon bag was involuntarily checked due to...
  2. Travel and Recreation: Limited Bin Space, Airline Asked to Check Carry on Bag. Items Pilfered from Bag

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

    I live in Wisconsin, but this odyssey started in Orlando with a stop in Atlanta then on to the final destination in Green...
  3. Breaking a Lease: Re: Texas Landlord Made Error on Lease Termination Agreement

    After signing lease #2 which started mid-February 2019 I was attacked by yet another unleashed dog. (This is after two dog bites in year one). The landlord called after I reported the attack and...
  4. Rental Agreements: Re: Landlord Charging Extra Person Fee to Married Couple in One Bdrm Apartment

    Then why is the LL even messing with an occupancy fee? Why isn't the LL making a rent schedule based on the number of renters? One person in the apartment is $1000. Two people $1150. Why have a...
  5. Rental Agreements: Re: Landlord Charging Extra Person Fee to Married Couple in One Bdrm Apartment

    I understand the landlord's cost. However, if I understand this situation legally if you charge a single person $1000.00 per month for a one-bedroom apartment under the Austin Fair Housing Act you...
  6. Rental Agreements: Re: Landlord Charging Extra Person Fee to Married Couple in One Bdrm Apartment

    If I understand the previous very helpful answers, charging a one-time occupancy fee is not a problem and I agree. However, the landlord is charging an occupancy fee monthly as rent which is a...
  7. Rental Agreements: Re: Landlord Charging Extra Person Fee to Married Couple in One Bdrm Apartment

    I should have worded this differently. Instead of increasing the "rent" the landlord is charging a "fee" for the second person. So in the lease, rent for a one-bedroom apartment is for argument's...
  8. Rental Agreements: Landlord Charging Extra Person Fee to Married Couple in One Bdrm Apartment

    My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: Austin, Texas

    Hopefully, someone who knows real estate law in Austin, TX can help with this. HUD prohibits discrimination against...
  9. Rental Agreements: Re: Occupancy Fee in Lieu of Higher Rent for Second Person, One Time or Monthly

    The second person in the apartment. My Father is first on the lease, so Mom.
  10. Quiet Enjoyment: Re: Exposure to Secondhand Smoke from a Neighbor's Apartment

    I had this issue in Texas. My fresh air intake duct was right next to my neighbor's patio on the 5th floor. Again a small space. The apartment complex was a "no smoking" complex. The neighbor had...
  11. Breaking a Lease: Re: Texas Landlord Made Error on Lease Termination Agreement

    I carried pepper spray and you should have seen the complaints on social media. I called 311 and reported the bite to Austin animal control. The dog belonged to the building owner. The dog had to...
  12. Rental Agreements: Occupancy Fee in Lieu of Higher Rent for Second Person, One Time or Monthly

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

    My parents just moved into a 55 and older apartment. Their lease has a monthly rent payment specified and in a section called...
  13. Breaking a Lease: Texas Landlord Made Error on Lease Termination Agreement

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

    This takes place in a large Texas City. We signed two leases with our landlord. The first lease signed in Dec. of 2017 which...
  14. Education Law Issues: Re: Too Many Pharmacy Schools No Jobs. Can Graduates Sue if They Can't Find a Job

    How would you suggest an 18-year-old go about this? There is a paucity of data. These are citizens who are not deemed responsible enough to drink alcohol or rent a car, yet they start taking out...
  15. Education Law Issues: Re: Too Many Pharmacy Schools No Jobs. Can Graduates Sue if They Can't Find a Job

    I am sincere in my question and not trying to make a political point, why was Trump sued for Trump University if it is incumbent on the individual to investigate job prospects before starting a...
  16. Education Law Issues: Can You Sue Your College if There Are Insufficient Jobs in Your Field for Graduates

    My question involves education law in the State of: Massachusetts and more
    Since 2000 the number of pharmacy schools has essentially doubled and it is estimated that in the next 5-7 years there will...
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    Trespass: Re: Septic Field Encroachment on a Vacant Lot

    Just to add some information. When the septic was installed in the 1990's the property was NOT under the common ownership. However, a survey was not done until 2005 to delineate the property lines....
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Easement Advice

    I can't give him dog grave access. He does not respect property lines and the fence is the proverbial "line in the sand." If I give him an inch he will take a mile.
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    Trespass: Re: Septic Field Encroachment on a Vacant Lot

    Does anyone know what the case law is in Michigan regarding septic encroachments?
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Easement Advice

    I am perfectly happy to have the dog moved to his property. If he wants his dog back I would certainly let him retrieve it, I would help him retrieve it.
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Easement Advice

    Thank you budwad......best-liked advice I have gotten!

    They use the shed mainly for storage and cleaning fish however, it is leaning. I think the stuff they store in there is holding it up. ...
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Easement Advice

    When the easement was created it was done so to address a shed and brick walkway that encroached over the property line when the Benefitted property was sold in 2006. The "walkway" was part of a...
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    Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Easement Advice

    The Survey shows only 2.9 feet of the shed is on the property. The brick walkway extended beyond that. However, the brickwalkway is now covered by grass and is not on the survey. Why a 15 foot...
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    Trespass: Re: Septic Field Encroachment on a Vacant Lot

    We would consider an easement, however, we would like to make a road over the area where the septic field is suspected to be to get building materials on the lot. So if they can live with a two-rut...
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    Trespass: Re: Septic Field Encroachment on a Vacant Lot

    The family member who owns the lots was not aware of the encroachment until we researched the paperwork on the lot and read the write off permit the neighbor had for the septic system and told her...
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