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  1. Depends upon what your contract says.
  2. In general, the points and authorities are your legal argument applied to the facts and your declaration is your factual argument. Any more is beyond the scope of this site.
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    Do the CCRs define common area anywhere in them?
  4. The court will not be interested in how the feud started, only in how to prevent it from escalating.
  5. doucar


    Depends upon what the CC&Rs say, and we haven't read them.
  6. No, you do not, but the person who was deported might.
  7. If there was no crime occurring while he was there, he may have been unable to do anything, but report it to CPS. When they break procedure they are not breaking the law. Do you have a question?
  8. Are you going to fight it, if so on what basis. If you no longer have contact with him and will not have contact in the future, what harm is there is agreeing to a permanent no contact order? AS you have learned, your behavior has no effect on changing his.
  9. If he is not willing to cooperate, you will have to sue him for breach of contract and see how the judge sees it.
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    reported posts for solicitation.
  11. I am sure there are lots of things you can do. But what do you want to accomplish and how far are you willing to go?
  12. What do you mean by "in bed with your carrier?" It is hard to believe that there is not one attorney in California who couldn't properly represent you.
  13. No, you may be penalized if you fail to have enough withheld during the year to equal 90% of the current tax years debt or 100% of the previous tax years debt and do not pay quarterly to make up the difference.
  14. Technically, if you owe a significant amount when you file your return, you can be penalized for underpayment of estimated/withholding tax. One of the triggers in the past has been too many exemptions claimed, if the employer does what they were required to do, which is supply the IRS with a copy of employees W-4 who claim a large number of exmptions.
  15. It all depends upon how long ago "a few years ago" is. The statute of limitations for property damage is three years in Washington state.
  16. However. bankruptcy will probably require you to turn over the promissory note in a chapter 7 or pay back all your creditors 100% over 5 years in a chapter 13, based on what you have posted.
  17. Up to 1 year in the county jail and up to a $6000.00 fine each.
  18. This is exactly why I rarely respond to hypothetical scenarios. Tax answered the question about why he is breaking the law thoroughly in his initial response, so I see no need to repeat it.
  19. Because, as the trial judge, he has the power to determine if the proper parties are before the court through proper service. Also, judges are only bound by the rulings of higher court judges and not by same court judges.
  20. Do you have a question? A police report is not evidence and cannot be used at trial. A scrivener's error is not going to invalidate an arrest.
  21. Was it in the contract you signed with the builder?
  22. 1. Usually 30-60 days after the account became delinquent, (a payment was due, but not paid). 2. Yes, an oral contract can be just as binding as a written one. 3. Don';t be so sure you don't have a written contract. Did you ever get an email saying we are making the following changes to you account agreement, continued use of the account after ____________ date signifies your acceptance of the new terms, can constitute a written contract, and thus the longer SOL.
  23. Hire an attorney in California to check it out and advise him what to do.
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