I am counsel for petitioner in a writ of mandate concerning
I am counsel for petitioner in a writ of mandate concerning a matter of public policy. The writ was filed over a year ago and we are on the 3rd demurrer (it is a very complicated utilities issue the court is having difficulty understanding). Petitioner's response to the latest demurrer needs to be filed and served by January 30, 2017. Unfortunately, petitioner passed away two days ago of a sudden heart attack. Petitioner was indigent and had no assets. He had no will or trust either. His only living relatives are his elderly father (82 years) and his sister (50 years). His sister is willing to continue the writ because it was so important to her brother. My question is 1st: does a writ of mandate seeking declaratory and injunctive relief survive death? 2nd: If it does survive death, do I have to file anything in probate court, or can I just file the appropriate motion in the superior court where the writ is being heard and name the petitioner's sister as the successor in interest?
I live in fayette county GA, and rent a hope that had a
Hi I live in fayette county GA, and rent a hope that had a small stove fire which messed up a kitchen cabinet. Am I responsible to pay to fix it or should the home owners insurance payJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: fayette county, georgiaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: the owner said they checked with their insurance and they said they won't pay, and that I should go through my renters insurance which doesn't make senseJA: When we are ready I'll take you to the appropriate web page.Customer: Also I double checked my lease agreement and it says if premises are damaged caused by the rentor then the rentor has to pay to fix it. If i'm reading it right it's a little hard to understandJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I guess that's it
What is the best way to go about getting out of lease you
What is the best way to go about getting out of lease you are unhappy with because there are numerous issues that have occurred and have still not been attended to?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?Customer: NmJA: What are the terms of the lease? Any issues related to maintenance or upkeep?Customer: It is a one year lease, I have 4 months left on the lease. There is a short on the microwave which has never been attended to. The stair are not code and I have fallen numerous times and had to go to the hospital. They just turned on the heater 2 days ago and said the company had been trying to get ahold of me for a while yet no one had attempted to call me until last Monday.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I think this pretty much covers the issues that can be dealt with on a legal not because neighbors being a neusance isn't a good enough complaint.
I moved into my apartment on July 15th of this year. I've
I moved into my apartment on July 15th of this year. I've been sick nearly the entire time I've lived here. I had a mold test done, and found out that the apartment has black mold. Before I moved in I asked my landlord if the apartment had mold, and he told me no (via text messages that I still have). I'd like to know what rights I have, and what actions I can take.
I am having trouble w/neighbor, city ordinance does not
I am having trouble w/neighbor, city ordinance does not exist for what they are doing, talked to becker cty police and they suggested I try to get a court order for the said neighbor....who's backyard floodlight lights up over half of my propery inside the house and out...we've done everything we can to peacefully try to solve the problem with them but they refuse. Their light affects my health as I am disabled and often up at night w/migraines and many other issues....I called neighbor Sun 3 am to ask please turn light off and she laughed at me and said she could not shut off the lightJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Becker county MNJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I've looked and talked to Becker county...they state no ordinance exists for light...does for 'comercial' light is not suppose to cross property lines...the ordinance office told me there was nothing I could do, police nothing they could do....if it was noise they would have come right out...disturbing the peace is not defined well up here, I am handicapped and this woman is contributing to my illness or lack of being able to recover at allJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I want to file an order for them to take it down, file a complaint, and also I really feel like I am being descriminated on this as it has been passed off as no big deal to all govt. officials
I am a residential home owner and I just got a misdemeanor
I am a residential home owner and I just got a misdemeanor ticket for "failure to maintain property/pool", and have to appear in court for an arraignment and I don't know what to expect and am very worried, what could possibly happen and what are my rights. I cant afford to pay a fine and/or jail time and need to know what I can do to avoid that from happening.
I am in a contract dispute over payment for services
I am in a contract dispute over payment for services rendered. After successful milestone completion and delivery of the project and services rendered, the 2nd party is attempting to cancel the contract and negotiate a lower payment. Payment terms and dates are expressly stated in the contract. 2nd party is claiming dissatisfaction with services as material breach of the contract and attempting to defraud me of earned wages. I have documentation of all aspects of services provided and rendered, as well as timelines for all events and milestones. Dispute arose AFTER milestone was submitted and accepted, and prior to contractualy stated terms of payment and distribution.
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I am looking for the Culver City Municipal Code /law for the
I am looking for the Culver City Municipal Code /law for the following. I have seen them online but not sure where and how to access them. Please advise.- illegal aftermarket muffler- disturbing peace/ noise nuisance specific to honking horns unnecessarily- smoking law/code that states no smoking 20-25 feet from a commercial business entrance.- electronic door/ security system that emits loud beeping sound 24/7 when accessed (code either restrict hours of noise or that they are not allowed to emit beeping sound at all)thank you.
Need some help with a countersuit claim on false
Need some help with a countersuit claim on false accusationsJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: AlabamaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Yes, i have been served civil rights violation case for excessive force that is a false claimJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: i dont think so