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  1. 3 points

    Diving Accident

    Sure it would have, but the question will be whether it was a reasonable option. I think pretty much anyone would agree that making an indoor pond at a bar 8-feet deep would be an extreme and unexpected thing to do. And, as I commented earlier in this thread, no reasonable person would behave so carelessly as to dive head-first into a two foot body of water. Moreover, and possibly most importantly, what if a person who didn't know how to swim accidentally was pushed into the 8-foot deep indoor pool and drowned? Making the darn thing 8-feet deep would be far more likely to result in injury or death. I'll bottom line it: if you get any recovery beyond the no-fault medical payment coverage that the bar owner's liability policy presumably had, it will be a stark illustration of everything that is wrong with the tort system in the U.S.
  2. 3 points
    Who did you call at your insurance company? I'll bet it was your agent (clueless). Any insurance person with half a brain should know that your deductible applies to damage to your property under Section I of your policy and does not apply to defending you against a lawsuit under your Section II Liability Coverage. Take out your policy papers and look for a toll free number for reporting claims. Call up and say "I am being sued. Please open a claim under my liability insurance." Then you'll be assigned a claim rep to whom you can forward the summons and complaint by fax or email. Once you get the claim rep's name and phone number, don't wait until he/she calls you. You call and keep following up. Claim reps handle hundreds of files and get 5 - 10 new ones every day. A lawsuit gets priority but he has to know about it to do something about it. Do this quickly as you typically don't have much time to file an answer.
  3. 2 points
    I read it that the landlord served the eviction summons 1 day after serving the non-pay termination notice, not 15 days after serving the non-pay termination notice. Eric, am I right about that? If so, you'll need to file an answer to the eviction complaint, moving for its dismissal as being premature. If you can't afford a lawyer I suggest you look for a local legal aid office or tenants' rights organization for help. Another way of getting the eviction dismissed is to pay the rent within the 14 days and bring proof of payment to the court if the LL doesn't voluntary dismiss the eviction.
  4. 2 points
    What does "automatically called" mean? Are you asking if there's some sort of nationwide surveillance system that "automatically" summons the police anytime someone "nearly drowns"? Whether a "near drowning" will result in anyone being called obviously depends on the facts and circumstances of the incident and whether anyone involved is inclined to call someone (police or otherwise).
  5. 2 points
    What he is booked for doesn't mean anything. It's the DA's office that files charges, not the cops.
  6. 2 points

    Same name usage in logo

    Those two entities have been at each other since 1984 according to the case decision that summarizes the history: https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/new-york/nysdce/1:2013cv07147/418541/44/ There are several other cases that involve the Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation. https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=806&q=polo+ralph+lauren+corp&oq=polo You don't put your foot in a bear trap to see if the bear trap works. You already know that the use of "polo" in a clothing brand generates lawsuits. Do you think that PRL Corp won't hesitate to flatten you the minute your product hits the market? Figure out another way of naming your brand rather than a risky infringement.
  7. 2 points

    "applicable laws"

    Just for giggles I took out the phrase about easements and other interests and what is left does suggest that a lot may be subdivided if that subdivision complies with whatever county or city laws apply to subdividing lots. Next question: Is there anything anywhere in the CC&Rs requiring HOA approval for any modifications of a property?
  8. 2 points
    I want to thank you again for convincing me to call our insurance company again. They are handling the issue and so far we are extremely pleased! One of the attorneys came out to the house to take tons of photos and discuss the case. They filed a spectacular answer with a dozen defenses and requested a jury trial if the judge won't dismiss.
  9. 2 points


    Depends upon what the CC&Rs say, and we haven't read them.
  10. 2 points
    No. The judgment you would get would mean the defendant owes you some money. Since the lamdlord would not be a party to the suit, the court could not rule on the obligation between you and the landlord. Also, since you are thhe tenant, you are the responsible party regardless of any agreement between you and a third party.
  11. 2 points

    Rumors About My Health

    Presumably there have been other instances at work as one situation a few months ago would be long forgotten if that were it. Asking everyone to overlook and ignore your symptoms is unreasonable. Better to have some sort of polite but brief script when something happens. Most will understand if you explain you are under the care of a doctor but are still fully capable of working and would appreciate it if they would respect your privacy as you work toward a diagnosis and treatment.
  12. 2 points
    Have you already filed bankruptcy? If not (and even if you have) you should consult an attorney who can review the complete situation. Bankruptcy exemptions are (for the most part) matters of state law. Only a Wisconsin attorney who is familiar with Wisconsin law and the practices and procedures in your local bankruptcy court should be relied upon for advice.
  13. 2 points

    motion to suspend visitation

    pg1067... why are you so mean when you respond to people’s questions?
  14. 2 points


    Good question. But I think the "huge ass" part of the phrase refers to the size of the bowl. Like in "That's a huge ass Cadillac you're driving."
  15. 2 points

    HAVE to show I.D.?

    No. Read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_and_identify_statutes But how would you know what the officer suspects or doesn't suspect? Answer: You don't. You could resemble somebody who just robbed a store around the corner. You could end up on the ground with your face rubbing the pavement while you are being handcuffed and then you get to argue the officer's behavior in court long after the damage has been done. If an officer stops you while you are innocently just walking down the street, don't be one of those "I got rights" people. He may have a reason for asking you for ID that you don't know about and I don't see any harm in providing it and then being sent on your way if all is well. If your question is based on something that actually happened to you then give us the details so our comments might be helpful instead of meaninglessly speculative.
  16. 2 points


    Let's keep on track with the subject at hand, everyone. You can disagree without dwelling at length on the extent of your disagreement with each other. I've removed the 'extraneous' posts.
  17. 2 points


    Are you working now? Are you living on your own? Did a court grant guardianship of your daughter to your parents or was this an informal agreement? Your parents have raised your daughter, and understandably they have a bond with her and they will almost certainly fight your efforts to get your daughter back. You will need to demonstrate that you are able to provide for your daughter by establishing that you have a stable work history and housing arrangements. If you are working, you will have to have a plan in place for her care while you are working. I'm not sure why you are even mentioning having another child when it appears you can hardly care for yourself, let alone two children. You do need to retain an attorney for assistance with this. Check with Legal Aid or your State Bar's Lawyer Referral program. They should have a program that would allow you to meet with an attorney one time for no fee or a very nominal fee.
  18. 2 points
    Don't believe everything you see on the Internet, but believe this: In every state in the US, in matters of custody, child support, and parental rights, the court's paramount consideration is the best interest of the child. In the eyes of the law, it's considered in the child's interest to have two parents. For this reason the courts require a compelling reason to terminate one's parental rights and obligations, and will do so only under highly unusual circumstances. The two circumstances that come ready to mind are first, that another person is willing to step forward and assume all parental rights and responsibilities in place of the biological parent in a valid adoption procedure, and second, the biological parent, by his or her actions constitute a credible threat to the child's health and/or safety. You don't say anything about why your child's biological father's rights were terminated previously, or even how you know that statement to be true, so I can't comment on that. I can only say that based on the information you provide in your post, the odds of the court's granting termination of his rights and responsibilities with respect to your child, absent an adoption, are slim to none. As for his refusal (or inability) to pay child support owed to you, there are legal tools available to you to enforce collection. A local family law attorney can explain how New York's laws apply to your particular circumstances and help you get started with the process. Good luck!
  19. 2 points

    Executor vs Executor

    No will comes into play until it is admitted to probate by the court. If one will was admitted and then a later will is located, then the newly named executor would notify the existing executor as well as all the beneficiaries or potential beneficiaries by serving them with a copy of his petition to admit the second will to probate and be appointed executor. Until the court rules, the second executor has no power to do anything.
  20. 2 points
    The behavior of your brother in law is nonsense. The attorney should deduct your out of pocket expenses from the estate and pay it out. Is your sister going along with her husband in all this?
  21. 2 points
    Hi @Shelbi2016 A few issues which may interest you: (1) testamentary capacity, and (2) undue influence. You may want to discuss these issues as they pertain to your case with an experienced trust and estate attorney. Best of luck! The FindLaw.com Team
  22. 2 points
    I once met a nice looking person online. The person needed me to provide a cellphone so we could speak directly. A sister in UAE (I think it was) would receive the phone and deliver it when she visited. Fortunately, at about the same time I also received a nice letter from an oil ministry worker in Nigeria who had money he needed to transfer. So I put them in contact with each other. I hoped it worked out for the best for them.
  23. 2 points
    Hi @PlainlySecret Welcome to the community and thanks for posting. So sorry to hear about the attack against you and all that you have endured. If the police locate a suspect you can likely initiate a civil action against that person. In the meantime, you may want to speak with a worker's compensation attorney just be totally aware of your right since you were injured while attending a work training. It may be possible that worker's compensation might pay for your out-of-pocket expenses and lost wages. You can also speak with a civil attorney about initiating a lawsuit against Baltimore who can advise you about the likelihood of succeeding in a claim against the city. Best of luck with your case and keep us posted! The FindLaw.com Team
  24. 2 points
    If your condition is as serious as you believe it is, and I have not reason to doubt you, your best course of action is to take the $500.00 you have, go and see the doctor of your choice and get him/her to treat you. Then you will have a measure of damages to take to an attorney. Right now, your damages are speculation at best and $500.00 is not enough to get an attorney even started. At $300.00 per hour, it will go fast.
  25. 1 point
    Scratching my head over that one. You can be held in contempt if you don't pay the arrears that the court ordered and arrested. Isn't that the same as being arrested for not paying the arrears?
  26. 1 point

    Accident with company truck

    I would suggest your husband check with his employer to see if his company has uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. I had a case where the original attorney declined the case without checking because the other driver had minimal coverage. I discovered the employee's company had extensive underinsured coverage which compensated the client (and me) adequately. Your husband's own insurance policy may also come into play depending on his policy limits. Don't give up too easily.
  27. 1 point


    Yes, that's what I meant.
  28. 1 point

    motion to suspend visitation

    pg1067...Obviously, you are not an attorney, nor are you here to help. Please leave the forum. You are only instigating the situation. sandals4us...Tennessee law states that this is neglect and you can speak with your attorney to file a motion to suspend his visitation. However, each county handles custody differently. For instance, Greene county cares very little about domestic violence and supports the abuser rather than the obvious victims. I have learned the hard way that if you want to protect your children, you are going to have to fight hard for it. So, it is okay to be upset about this injustice and the terrible things that have happened to your son. In coparenting, it is obvious that the information should have been revealed to you. As a matter of fact, the boy's father should have been notified by his attorney to do so in such situations. Let your attorney know what you wish to do and stay on him until it gets done. Be reasonable and be willing to work with your ex whenever possible, but put your foot down and fight when necessary. Make them do the right thing. In the end, they may show themselves to be heartless and wrong, but your son will see you for who you are and love you for trying. You are in my prayers.
  29. 1 point

    iPhone breach of Privacy

    What's the deal. With sticking periods in. The middles of your. Sentences? Please use normal capitalization/punctuation/sentence structure in any future posts. Huh? "Antletics" isn't a word, and I have no idea what you might be intending here. Nothing in your post suggests the phone manufacturer has any liability, but your post is virtually unintelligible, so it's impossible to know with any certainty.
  30. 1 point


    depends on the nature of the violation, but yes they could go back to jail.
  31. 1 point


    Then how do you know the will exists? He can, but he'll lose unless he has something more than that. Here's a relatively short article discussing the bases on which a will can be contested under California law. You might also want to read some of these search results.
  32. 1 point

    tenant rights

    i was asked to move in with an ex girlfriend to help her take care of the house and her elderly mother the labor was iexchanged for my rent do i have renters rights ive been here 6 months and i have a ca id in this address shouldnt she have top give me notice
  33. 1 point


    What state did the death occur in? Are you saying that someone has filed paperwork at the county courthouse probate court to open up an estate for her? Do you know whether she also had a last will and testament? While you represented her with a power of attorney, did you write any checks to pay any of her bills? If you know the bank where the account is, you can contact the bank to see whether or not she named anyone as a beneficiary on the account. I'm sorry that your claim for compensation was rejected, but you did not know beforehand that you would have had to have a signed agreement with your friend in order to be compensated for your work. You do NOT need to pay an attorney an upfront $500.00 fee to discuss this matter with him, but you DO need the services of an attorney who has experience in filing a Heggstad petition. You need to start contacting the attorneys yourself (by telephone or by email) explaining that you can not afford to pay an attorney right now, but that you expect to be receiving $87,000.00 from this estate. As soon as the attorney hears that, one of them should be willing to go ahead and represent you and answer your questions, and will most likely agree to delay receiving the fee until after you have gotten your check from the estate. Do NOT offer to pay 1/3 to the private investigator, although it's great that he informed you about this matter. You and your attorney can probably figure out on your own, with a little bit of investigation, where the $87,000.00 is. If you and your attorney can not find out where it is, then ask your attorney if you should make an offer of $2,000.00 to the investigator for the information he has. Do NOT go to the court about this since they will tell you to retain the services of an attorney. Best of luck to you and I'm willing to bet that you will eventually get this money after a few months time.
  34. 1 point


    The definition of disability under the ADA is much broader than it is for Social Security disability income (SSDI) benefits. For Social Security benefits, you cannot be able to do any kind of “substantial gainful activity” (SGA). In short, if you can do any kind of work you are not likely to qualify for SSDI. This restrictive definition is because the idea of SSDI is that the claimant is too disabled to work and thus needs government assistance to replace the earnings he or she made from working. Under the ADA, the definition of a disability is explained by the Department of Justice in its Disability Rights guide as follows: “An individual with a disability is defined by the ADA as a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record of such an impairment, or a person who is perceived by others as having such an impairment.” This language comes directly from the statute. So under this definition, a disability is an impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities but is not necessarily one that would prevent the person from working. The idea with the ADA, as it applies to employment, is to recognize that a disability may make it harder for an employee to do his/her job and the goal of the Act is to provide help to disabled persons so that they can continue to work, if possible. Thus, the ADA requires that covered employers provide help (known as reasonable accommodation) to disabled employees to give them the means to overcome the disability and be able to do their work. I mean that the employer knew it was violating the FMLA but did it anyway. A lot of FMLA violations are not willful; that is, the employer violated the law simply because the employer didn’t know the law well and didn’t realize that what it was doing was legally prohibited. Then at that point, what did your wife do? She should have either (1) asked where here lawyer went to see if the lawyer was still willing to handle the case; (2) asked if another attorney in the old firm would handle it; or (3) seek out a new firm to consult about taking the case. A lot of law firms do not handle the departure of lawyers from the firm in an ideal fashion. At least in the jurisdictions which I practice, what lawyers and law firms should do when a lawyer leaves is send a letter to each of the lawyers clients advising them of the departure and then giving the client his/her choice to remain with the law firm, remain with the departing lawyer, or find an entirely different firm/lawyer to handle the matter. This assumes that the firm and/or the departing attorney are still able to handle the matter after the departure. If they are unable to handle it for whatever reason, the letter should state that. In any event, the client needs to be sure that the case will be handled by someone. If you just don’t act and let it fall through the cracks you can end up losing out.
  35. 1 point
    The problem is that you have not said where it is that this sale is recorded and why that record is a problem, apart from your apparently forged signature on the documents. Was the sale itself a fraud, i.e. was the customer defrauded, was the government defrauded, or what? What record is this that the investigator found and was this a government job that required some kind of background check? About all I can tell you here is that if you know what record has this information then contact whomever maintains that record to find out how it might be corrected.
  36. 1 point

    Speeding Out Of State

    Ohio will use its own rules to determine what points, if any, to assess on your Ohio license.
  37. 1 point

    Tenant Rights

    Wouldn't matter because you would be in default if you didn't pay the rent on July 1 even without that clause. That's right. The landlord cannot unilaterally change the 6 month lease to anything else regardless of what has gone before. Of course, it might be to your advantage to agree (in writing) to the month to month change, pay the $898 on July 1, attached to your written notice of termination (keeping a copy) effective July 31 in accordance with 55-249.37A: http://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title55/chapter13.2/section55-248.37/ That gets you out from under all the other stuff and entitles you to the return of your security deposit. Otherwise, you are bound to the 6 month lease and if you aren't there on July 1 to pay the rent, then you are in breach.
  38. 1 point

    Joint home owners dispute

    You didn't answer my question about what the hearing on 6/12 is for, but any movement regarding your ex-DIL buying out your husband's interest or vice versa certainly isn't going to happen while her bankruptcy is pending. Since you have an attorney, I'm not really sure what sort of input you're seeking here.
  39. 1 point

    Living Trust

    Obviously the executor has the power to sell the real and personal property if thatis what the will says. But if the will says the wife retains a life estate, the sale would be subject to that estate and the value of the property would be significantly reduced, at least until she dies. You ask if the wife is entitled to a share of the husband's estate if it is not mentioned in the will. The answer is generally yes. If they were married more than nine years, she is entitled to an "elective share" of 40% of the net estate. However, she must renounce other parts of the will within nine months and take legal action to set aside her share. It is possible that it would be better for her to not take an elective share if she is subject to dementia and not likely to live very much longer. As her agents you may have the power to act on her behalf to exercise the elective share option. If the state is paying for your aunt's care through medicaid or other program they may require the elective share be claimed. If the estate is valuable I strongly urge you to consult local counsel on your aunt's behalf to determine the best course for all involved. You should be entitled to use the funds under your control as agents to pay for the consultation.
  40. 1 point
    Being a realtor does not make a person savvy in legal matters. What does "joint fence" mean? Is the fence right on the property line or on one side or the other? Is your agreement in writing? Does "he" refer to your neighbor or the contractor he apparently hired? Do you have any basis in fact for your doubt? "Originally"? Meaning the old fence? Are these details spelled out clearly in a written agreement? A receipt is evidence of a purchase. It is not an agreement (except perhaps between the buyer and seller identified on the receipt). Nothing in your post suggests you have any valid claim against any contractor. You apparently did not have a contract with this contractor. Correct? Did the contractor commit some sort of negligence that resulted in damage to you? If you didn't have a contract with him and he did not commit any negligence, then on what basis would you sue him? I have no idea. It's not entirely clear what you're suing for because the terms of your agreement with your neighbor aren't at all clear. If your agreement was that you would pay half the cost of a "Type X" fence and you paid the agreed amount but got a "Type Y" fence instead, then your damages are half of the difference in value between a "Type X" fence and a "Type Y" fence. One way to prove the difference in value might be to obtain a quote from a contractor for a "Type Y" fence.
  41. 1 point

    Paying on Holidays

    "Good Friday" is a religious holiday. It is not a federal holiday, and banks were not closed. No.
  42. 1 point
    If you have your own checking account, savings account, and credit cards, take a look at the account holders agreements and you'll find it in them, too. "Attached to the account" may just mean that the bank gives certain advantages to customers who have multiple accounts. For example, a bank might require a minimum balance of $10,000 in a checking account before it will pay interest, provide free checks, and no fees. But if you also have another account in the same bank, the minimum balance for the checking account may only be $5000 for the extras. To that extent, the accounts are "attached" or "linked" or some other buzz word to make the customer think that there's an advantage to keeping all their accounts in one bank. The accounts themselves are different and each has it's own set of rules. IRAs are different from checking accounts. Checking accounts are different from savings accounts. Savings accounts are different from IRAs. A beneficiary in one is not a beneficiary in any of the others. I have three accounts with Ameritrade. One is an IRA, another is a Roth IRA, the third is cash. They are "linked" for some features but each one is still a separate account with it's own requirements and I had to list a beneficiary in each account. They may have some discretion in allowing the closing of a $100 account that they might not apply to an account with more money in it. Have you been appointed by the probate court as representative of the estate?
  43. 1 point
    If her medical records show her competency (or lack thereof) or diagnose the Alzheimer's, that is going to be very important in your argument that the "new" will and the trust should be invalidated if they were written after the diagnosis.
  44. 1 point

    Competent? Ethical....need help!

    Define "common" and please explain why commonality matters? A will done for whom? Naming whom as beneficiary? It sounds to me like you're saying that the caretaker made a will and named his attorney as beneficiary. Is that what you intended? I have no idea what this means.
  45. 1 point
    Well you don’t want any “haters” to respond but then slam some folks as “smart ass wanna be an attorney punks” just a few sentences before. The irony there is just too rich.
  46. 1 point

    Shady Landlord

    There are only 7 commercial spaces in your town and they are all real estate offices? They must be awfully bored. I suggest contacting one or two of them and asking what might be available.
  47. 1 point
    You are always welcome to try and negotiate a higher settlement, but if you had re-existing issues, unless the accident made them substantially worse in some material way, like you had a soft tissue injury before and the accident caused a herniation requiring surgery, you aren't going to warrant a huge settlement. If your only injury was soft tissue, those do heal and $2500 isn't unusual.
  48. 1 point

    i guess i am lost on licensing

    Doucar, I do apologize, I haven't had a day off since my last post. I am searching for the Case number, and other info. I saved it my book marks and when I click the link, I get an error msg saying the page is no longer there. I will find it.... Not that it matters. This country was built on the belief that we have the freedom to say what we want, go where we want,and there laws written so we may always know what those laws are and what they mean. You just need to learn a few things before diving into the laws, statutes,law dictionaries and case laws to find out what freedoms we still have but are being robbed of by our local and state government. First - Laws are written very specifically so they may not be misinterpreted. The definitions of legal terms are usually conveniently written with the law so you may see the terminology is very specific, and different in the courtroom. You must learn legal definitions for every legal term used in a law so you may understand it completely and correctly. The definitions do vary state to state so be sure you are looking FIRST in your state's Statutes. If you do not see a definition for a word in the statutes, it still means exactly what is written in Blacks or Bouvier's law dictionaries. They are very old because law doesn't change. The laws written in the early 1800's have been amended over the years as we, our lives, and technology changes BUT no law can change our fundamental rights that have been recorded in the United States Constitution so we do not forget. If a law were to be so drastic as to change our "constitutional" rights it would have to go through a long process. They have attempted, and FAILED, to impede on our right to free travel many times throughout history. They always fail and the United States Supreme Court always finds in favor of the traveler. Those laws have never been repealed, which is the only way they can impose those laws on us, the traveler. The Licensing laws do not pertain to a private citizen going about daily life in the pursuit of happiness because it is always ruled that we have the right to travel freely. That means we do not have to have a contract with the state, or keep paying fines and penalties for rules that were put in place so that we the citizens can travel safely and freely without delivery people,taxis and merchants making our roads less safe and convenient for our use. The only reason we have been taxed and criminalized for not having a license is because we think the simple terms used to charge us with something have the same meaning or definition as is in basic english. That just is not true. As is in the law dictionaries and statutes, driving is moving something/someone using a carrier (which has it's own legal definition) for profit, Automobile,motor vehicle, carrier, etc. all are defined as some type of carriage used by a driver (has it's own legal definition) to transport (has it's own legal definition) people or goods for MONEY. There is a lawyer who talks about this subject extensively. His knowledge is of Texas law but he always tells you what parts of each law are law in virtually every state and which parts you will need to research further. He explains how to understand what you are reading, and that some of these publications are changing slightly every year to make it harder to find the definitions,case law,and sometimes actual truth. If you watch and listen carefully you will know what you need to know to educate yourself further about this subject. This is SO boring and SO very long but it all good information. Even if it can't tell you what the law is exactly in your state, you will be able to find and understand that info. Watch it all the way through and watch it more than once. I watch it still. I study and learn then go back and understand everything he says more thoroughly than I did before. It is truly confusing at first and every part of it can always be debated by some goof ball that no longer even knows what rights we have as they are unalienable and inherent. You can not change one word of one law ruled by the Supreme court. The supreme court is the highest court. It is the ultimate court. To change one word of one ruling handed down by the Supreme Court is unlawful. Any law maker or peace keeper who does so is being unlawful. Laws are made in court all the time. That is what we refer to as "case law" They are laws that have been made by simply being ruled in court. When you go to court and you are trying to defend yourself case law is very important and is usually essential to winning. This is one of the hardest subjects I have ever tried to learn and I still have a long way to go. Thank God I don't have to do the LSAT or pass the bar. I just refused to accept that in a free country we can be taxed for everything, charged with anything, and criminalized without ever having hurt anyone or doing anything malicious. That is another topic that will addressed in the video. I hope I have helped you at least learn how to get the correct information regarding this subject. Good luck finding answers.
  49. 1 point
    Google & youtube are the best, on this site you can look up case law but don't look for any help from professionally indoctrinated lawyers they make their living with today's legal jungle and most will never admit their first allegiance is to the court not you the defendant/client. Do your own research and use this site to look up the case law and you should be good to go.
  50. 1 point

    Property Law

    Might be a case for easement by necessity. Consult a real estate attorney.
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