Hi,My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'd be happy to answer your questions today.The criminal mischief statutes all refer to intentionally damaging "property of another." However, property of another is defined to include jointly owned property. "Property of another" shall include all property in which another person has an ownership interest, whether or not a person who damages such property, or any other person, may also have an interest in such property. N.Y. Pen. Laws, Section 145.13. So what it really comes down to is whether any other person also has a legal interest in the door.If you have any questions or concerns about what I've written, please reply so that I may address them. It's important to me that you are 100% satisfied with the service I provide. Otherwise, please rate my service positively so that I get credit for answering your question. Thank you.
The house is on my name, i ranted the house but Section 8 pays the rant, the Section 8 is on my name.
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