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This for Ely .This is a case of a written parking space agreement that was taken away from a 40 year Tenant who has had to pay the City Parking Tickets, Towing, Storage and other fees as well as suffered vandalism to his health workers and family's vehicles because they had to park out in the street. The Rent Board is useless because the Tenant resides in a building on City property managed by a outside company. There were always other empty parking spots under the building where he lives. His workers and guests would park in those spots and were threatened with towing by the management. His spot was rented out to a non tenant by the past resident property manager and she got caught. I don't know if this is discrimination, just reduction of services, or a plain suit to the city and previous property management company. Now the Disabled Veteran is being thrown out of his apartment obviously because they can get more rent. Federal, State, or what???
Thanks ELI. I am XXXXXXX. you helped me back in Feb 2013 to file an response and a cross complaint in an employee vs. independent contractor unlimited civil case. The plaintiff canceled the Case Management Conference and now it is up to me to cancel the cross complaint with a CM-110. Is the case over?
anyhow, I only had $30 to spend today and I can come back and put more to your name in a couple days now that i know how to get a whole of you.
My immediate concern is is about my elderly disabled veteran close friend. He is also being evicted from his 40 year month to month tenancy with no reason. I know that I can't fight that losing battle but I am negotiating with the management today about my friend's parking privileges that were taken away. My question to you is this parking case strong enough to mention in the eviction negotiations or to peruse the $10,000 expenses plus emotional considerations as a separate case? I know that the facts I mentioned are vague can you comment. I respect your recommindation on a specialty lawyer if there is merit. thanks
. You have your $30 for today and you deserve more. I will bonus your account in a couple of days.
. So I will file the cm-110 and attend the conference. Would it be a good idea for me to contact the plaintiff and offer some resolution into helping him complete the disaster of a job that he created? Or just let them propose a dismissal or whatever? The court requires ADR before the trial.
. AND lastly, what type of case is the parking issue with the state? Thanks again Ely, your are #1 at "just ask" legal issues as far as I am concerned.
I will hit your account with some bono dineros in a couple days.
It's al again, I am sorry if I am an inconvenience, but I can't shovel out the kind of money needed to retain the correct professional to litigate for the Parking situation. Can I just sue the City (owns the land) and the previous responsible management company or just the responsible management company alone in Small Claims Court for the $10,000 in documented expenses from the City's Parking Dept. The Tenant was denied using his written Parking Space that he used for 20 years. The City wrote parking tickets because the City's management company forced the Tenant's vehicle out in the street while the Management rented out the Tenant's Parking spot to outsiders. The Management Company threatened to tow the Tenant's vehicle if it was parked in his designated space. Sounds crazy, don't it.
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