Florida. HOA. I am in a deed restricted with county roads
Florida. HOA. I am in a deed restricted with county roads and rights of way. We have an owner who does not like cars parking on the grassy area next to the sidewalk, and wants to take control of them and prohibit cars from parking anywhere except their driveways. The roads, sidewalks, and all are county property. Can the association get the county to deed over ownership, and if so, can the association then have the cars towed?
This is a crazy situation and I want to make sure we do not
This is a crazy situation and I want to make sure we do not get screwed over. I can only tell you what I know thus far as this just happened 5 hours ago. First of all, I feel terrible for my 19 year old daughter. When she was 13, she was boarding her school bus when a loaded dump truck rear ended the stopped bus while she was between the doors. She got a settlement for that for soft tissue injury to her neck and upper shoulder traps area. That was 6 years ago. Then, she started driving after her permit at age 17. She even took the extreme driver's course here in our area. Last may, she was in her car a red Nissan that was only a 2010 owned only by us and paid off. She was NOT driving. The one mistake she made, she let her friend drive them home to our house coming home from the beach. The girl took the turn to our neighborhood off the driveway too fast in the rain and hydroplaned headon into the guardrail and totaled the car. The girl was ticketed and refused to pay our deductible or anything, did not even apologize. We could have sued her for negligence, but it seemed not worth it for what $1,000? Plus, my mother had just died and we had other more important things to worry about. We took the insurance money, and I added some to it and helped daughter get a new car so her payment wouldn't be too high as she is working part time and in college as a freshman living at home. We also helped her brother with a car as his car was on the way out. We have four kids, and were tired of the old cars always in the shop, making us have a car payment anyway every few weeks something was breaking. We learned that from the older two kids. So, daughter gets new car, had it two weeks last September when a woman pulls out in front of her on a 4 lane divided highway of a speed limit of 50. My daughter swerved not to T bone her to avoid killing them both. Lady's car was trash, she was trash and her car was left drivable. Daughter's? 4k in damage. Took several weeks in the shop. Devalued car by 3k, but ladies ins was capped and we only got $1,800 of that devalue. So, on with her life. Until tonight. She was leaving for work at about 5:30 pm. Ahead is green light. Same road, 4 lane divided hwy. She is headed south and in left lane. There is a turn lane on the left of her that takes you to get on the overpass to head east toward the beach. In front of her is a rental car being driven by a Canadian couple who do not know the area. They are NOT in the turn lane, which has a red arrow, they are in the LEFT land going straight like my daughter, but think they are in the turn lane. They see the red arrow, thinking they should stop, but that is not their lane. They stop abruptly in front of her right under the green light. She rear ends them. Her air bags deply. Luckily, in the left turn lane about two or three cars back is a witness driver with a dash cam. It was all filmed. Sheriff and Trooper agree is it not really daughter's fault, and decide not to ticket either party. Husband got to the scene and has witnesses info and will be betting an SD card copy of the crash. The Canadian couple implied guilt by saying they thought they were in the turn lane with a red light, and apologized. Their rental was drivable. Got all their info, they left. DAughter's car is most likely totaled. Would you believe we just refinanced one of the two sibs new cars yesterday and paid off one of them and husband thinks it was hers which sucks because the one refinanced had gap insurance also, which we think is brother's car. UGH. Since she was not ticketed, and neither were they, and she was injured, they were not. We jut got back from ER, her neck and shoulder are hurting, had xrays. Nothing broken, but needs MRI. Couple said they bought the extra rental car insurance. What most likely will happen here and what about her injury and pain and suffering again. She missed work tonight and probably tomorrow and we do not know how she will feel tomorrow, but also what about fault here?
In an easement aggrement allowing access for me to my
In an easement aggrement allowing access for me to my property, there is a maintenence aggreement which states the maintenence is shared with all parties accessing the driveway. One neighbor with the aggreement of the other landholders paved the gravel road and gave me a bill for my portion which I did not aggree toJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: OregonJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I am not sure. I will check on it when I can. My point is I did not mind contributing to the gravel road maintenence but paving and asphalt maintenence is way more expensive.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Is the paving of a driveway that is not aggreed to by all parties considered maintenence? The gravel was fine.
I just got a ticket for parked on the sidewalk, even though
I just got a ticket for parked on the sidewalk, even though im parking in my own driveway and my rear bumper is extending like 5-7 inches outward above the sidewalkJA: Because traffic laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: sure its in California, in hollywood near Sunset and Vine i park in my own parking spot (private proptery) every day for 3 years, and this is the first time they've ever done this no warning, no suggestion how to fix it, just a ticketJA: Do you need to appear in court?Customer: i haven't requested that yet, im submitting an initial review over the web first if they deny that i will need to appearJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: i have the money to pay the ticket, thats no issue, its the principle of it, thats all i care about
What is the legal statute on someone plowing my driveway
What is the legal statute on someone plowing my driveway shut?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MichiganJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Not yetJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
I have a neighbor with a large dog and an invisible fence.
Good evening. I have a neighbor with a large dog and an invisible fence. The invisible fence violates the HOA deed and restrictions (extends past the front of the yard) and the dog is unrestrained, which violates the city ordinances. The dog is 20ft from my driveway and intimidates all visitors - the city has visited the neighbor, as have I, and stated that they need to witness the dog unrestrained. Besides that, they will let the dog out at random times in the night (2am, 4am, etc.) and he will have a barking fest, which wakes all our kids. The city has been responsive and the neighbors are nice, but there is not quiet enjoyment of our property. I have spent 13K on a fence, so my kids can play in the back yard safely, and video cameras to provide evidence to the city....can you help, or do I contact an engineer to build me a super ultrasonic device to drive the dog crazy? :)JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state the association is in?Customer: TXJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Just conversations with the city officialsJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: that's the gist of it
I'm setting up a security cam looking at my driveway in the
I'm setting up a security cam looking at my driveway in the backyard my neighbors backyard is also in view is that legal in pa and also heard them talking about vandalizing/ possibly robbing my car wondering about the audio laws tooJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: An incident happened between us small argument the police did take a report 2 weeks agoJA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?Customer: Pennsylvania decemberJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: It was about illegally parking in the alleyway where as he was parking partially on my driveway
I was in an accident with $4300 property damage on February,
I was in an accident with $4300 property damage on February, 28, 2016Shortly before 3pm I was driving South on Grand Street in Hoboken, when I saw a white VW Jetta in a driveway, about to enter the street. The vehicle was already about a foot into the street. Therefore, I stopped, made eye contact and motioned the driver to proceed out of the driveway. However, she did not proceed. Instead, she waved me to go ahead. When I passed her, she pulled out of the driveway and hit my car at the driver' s side door. Because I was in motion, the rear door was damaged, too, as well as a part of my car's rear bumper was ripped off."In the police report, the officer only wrote down the statements made by the other driver and me. The other driver acknowledged that I had stopped and motioned her to proceed, but omitted the little detail that she had waved me to pass. However, she claimed that we had moved at the same time.I do not have collision coverage for the vehicle and expected the insurance of the other driver to pay for my damages. After 10 moths now, they offered me to pay 50%. It seems that they only took the statements into account, and not the pictures of the damage. In my opinion, these pictures clearly show that she hit me. Even if there was miscommunication about who had the right of way, she had a chance to react and brake. I had a much greater distance to travel to the location where the impact occurred. If we had moved at the same time, I would have had a chance to brake. But since she only started moving when I was next to her, there was nothing I could have done to prevent the accident.My question: Should I take the 50% or do I have a chance to sue successfully for more?
How do I answer this question when I cannot remember when
How do I answer this question when I cannot remember when the driveway had new asphalt layed? Their civil engineer got a report from Maricopa county flood control then made opinions on repairs, but I can't remember. Here is the question: "9. Identify the date and the nature of any repairs or maintenance performed on the surface of the parking lot at the Location of the Subject Accident during the last fifteen years, including the name of any contractor that performed the work and the cost of the maintenance or repair work."