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  1. Breaking a Lease: Re: Is the Tenant Entitled to Return of the Security Deposit After Breaching Lease

    You may apply the security deposit ONLY to any monetary damage you actually incurred as a result of the breach.

    I suggest you study the PA security deposit statute, especially 250.512 which...
  2. Traffic Accidents: Re: Statistics on Cases That Go to Trial

    I'm curious as to the details of the accident and why the jury found the defendant not liable.



    Don't get me started. I have one item on my bucket list and it's to be on a jury.

    I've been...
  3. Re: Case Law Where Small Fence Encroachment Was Allowed to Remain to Avoid Removing T

    You want to make a federal case out of a few inches that saved a mature tree?

    And you don't even know yet if it is an encroachment?

    Jeez.

    Please, take your nastiness over to City-Data where...
  4. Consumer Law Issues: Re: All Sales Are Final, but I'm Not Getting What I Paid For

    Come on. What are you out? 5 bucks? 10 bucks?

    Go pick up the tickets. How your address reads is how YOU wrote it. Not the shipper's fault. Fix it so this doesn't happen anymore.

    Stop whining...
  5. Civil Rights Issues: Re: Where Can I Find Civil and Civic Laws Pertaining to a Presidential Candidate

    Why don't you just put your questions into a google search and see what comes up. You might learn something without bothering the rest of us.
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    Title Defects: Re: How Do I Acquire Squatters Rights

    Hire a lawyer.
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    Probation and Parole: Re: Revoking Medical Card

    The answer is still yes.
  8. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Voluntary Quit- Trailing Spouses- Relocating with a Fiance from California to Nv

    Ever hear of the KISS principle? "Keep it simple, stupid." No reflection on you but if you want to keep it simple, get married with a justice of the peace and have your ceremony and reception later....
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    Re: Rental Co Signer Wants Out

    I hope he has a copy of the lease so he can read it and understand it.

    He may be out from under it in four months when it expires and can refuse to sign another one, thus leaving your daughter to...
  10. Enforcing Custody Orders: Re: 16 Year Old Has Decided to Stay with Mom Full Time

    It's not your daughter that's not complying with the court order, it's your ex.

    If you aren't willing to take your ex back to court to face the consequences of not laying down the law to your...
  11. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Voluntary Quit- Trailing Spouses- Relocating with a Fiance from California to Nv

    Probably. But until then, CALL the EDD and get specific answers to specific questions.
  12. Re: Vandalism the Hard-To-Remove Parking Violation Stickers

    Then it's not vandalism because, by living in an HOA, you agree to all that stuff when you buy the home. The CC&Rs and bylaws are your contracts with the HOA that you are bound to (even if you happen...
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    Re: Won Without Court

    The squeaky wheel gets the grease.

    :friendly_wink:
  14. Re: Vandalism the Hard-To-Remove Parking Violation Stickers

    Posting the videos suggests that you actually watched them. The video that occurred in Phoenix actually answers both your questions. Other cities and states may have different answers.
  15. Speeding Tickets: Re: Speeding Ticket in a Three Cars Accident

    The speeding ticket was correct.

    You admit that you had to swerve to avoid hitting the car in front of you.

    Even at 13 mph that was too fast for conditions.

    If you hadn't been going too fast...
  16. Collection Lawsuits: Re: Judgement Resulting in Property Seizure

    Sorry, not going to work.

    Unfortunately, TN has a very low homestead exemption, under $20,000, so quitclaiming the home to beat the judgments would be a fraudulent conveyance and could be undone...
  17. Sale and Deficiency: Re: Sold My Food Trailler, Transfered the Tittle , Checked Bounced , Didn't Get Paid

    True. As long as one understands the potential consequences if something goes awry.
  18. Sale and Deficiency: Re: Sold My Food Trailler, Transfered the Tittle , Checked Bounced , Didn't Get Paid

    With a friend like that you don't need enemies.

    A bonehead, amateur move. You should have insisted on cash and gone to the DMV with him, asked the counter clerk if title would transfer and if she...
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    Re: On Deed, but Told I Had to Move Out

    Could happen. Depends on the lender but, generally, a lender would probably require that both owners be obligated on the loan.
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    Re: On Deed, but Told I Had to Move Out

    That's easy. You own the house just as much as your partner does. You have just as much right to live there as your partner does. You can be roommates for a while. There's no hurry.

    You're...
  21. Collection Lawsuits: Re: Small Claims Court for Unpaid Family Law Bills

    You already have the order. You'll need to file a "motion for an order to show cause why she shouldn't be held in contempt" (yes, that's what it's called) for not complying with the order.

    You...
  22. Repair and Maintenance: Re: Ll Demanding to $5000 to Replace Counter Tops

    For starters, I hope you've been photographing the progress of the crack from the time you first noticed it.

    Plan to move when your lease is up, giving proper written notice. Then, if he tries to...
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    Re: Constitution and Bylaws

    We need a constitutional amendment that says "Don't pick on David Hasselhoff."
  24. Closings and Escrow: Re: Land Survery Shows Half My House on Neighbors Land - Bought 7 Years Ago

    Maybe for cash to an investor as a distressed property at a fraction of it's otherwise market value. Somebody could buy the property for the value of the land, demo both offending buildings and...
  25. Closings and Escrow: Re: Land Survery Shows Half My House on Neighbors Land - Bought 7 Years Ago

    I can't imagine that there are any laws against it.



    You are going to lose your buyer. This kind of thing will likely take months to resolve and now that you know about you are legally bound to...
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