Posted on : 07-28-2014 | By : askinglaw | In : Law Question and Answer
I got a $ 40 ticket for parking on a public street and my car was for sale. The code says if it is your primary purpose to park and sell your car. It was not primary purpose so I want to fight it . I live at the address on that street and my car was parked there because I have a mound of dirt in my driveway . I only put the for sale signs on the car because my son decided living on his own was better — so the car is no longer his it has been mine. My wife said put for sale signs on it since we aren’t using it and it is parked there while we do our grass seed and lawn. My primary purpose was to park the car because of re doing my yard== selling is a secondary part of it — do I have a leg to stand on?
Posted on : 07-24-2014 | By : askinglaw | In : Law Question and Answer
can you leave a brochure on a driveway in washington state
Me and my husband signed a separation agreement. By this agreement my daughter and me go to live to my friends’ house and my husband continue to stay in our marital home. It was not a court order. But we signed it in front of notary. Our both names are on deed. My daughter is his stepdaughter. I signed this agreement because my husband said that if I continue to live in house he will take away from me and my daughter health insurance, internet, will not give me money. He also went through my purse and stole my debit and credit cards and did some other strange things.
In 6 months my friends said to me that they cannot give me shelter any more and I must leave. Now me and my daughter (she is 12 yo) become homeless.
Can I return back to my marital home or I will be evicted by my husband?
I have been denied the ability to renew my driver’s license in the State of CA due to parking tickets from 1985 – 1987 in New Jersey. I have been a resident of the State of California since 1988 until current. I have a clean driving record in CA and no tickets in either state for moving violations.
How can I fight these tickets or can I fight these tickets, thanks.
Once a town house has had a lien on it and the property is under water which mean it will never be sold in my life time is there any other way for the association to recoup the money owed to the association?