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Where can someone find the complaints and lawsuits against property management companies?
You can easily start a property management company, but there are few steps required, as stated below:- 1. Get Property Management certification from certified Associa…tion 2. Keep Good relationship with your owner and tenants 3. Being Organized (usually use Property Management Software
Nope ... best you can do is file for divorce. UPDATED by ConnieU: You can sue the person he/she had an affair with. It's called "Alienation of Affection."
Several lawsuits from employees. I will be filing this week as well.
That is a serious charge. If you are certain that COBRA law has not been followed in your case, you need a lawyer. Try a local legal aid agency. They often will provide free… services. You can also talk to an attorney who files a claim on your behalf, and collects a fee only if you are successful. That's why it is important you know that you are correct. It will be hard to find an attorney in this way who is not 100% certain of the outcome, i.e., a fee for him or her. Your only other choice is to take the matter directly to your state government's department of health, or whatever department oversees and attempts to regulate an industry that is indeed, a snake. You can make your claim there, copy your former employer, and that gesture alone may open some eyes, and then a door to an agreement you are happy with...maybe. COBRA law is difficult, state laws, federal laws...it won't be easy. But if you have been done an injustice, go for it.
There are several. One is a failure to properly warn the user that the use of tobacco might cause addiction to nicotine and has been known to cause cancer. Another basis… is that the product is inherently dangerous and should not have been put into the stream of commerce. Unfortunately, courts have held that the use of tobacco is voluntary and most of the dangers are known, so the user knew this and chose to use it anyway. The companies also argue that the warning on the package is enough to satisfy the obligation to warn. These are near impossible cases to win.
The generally answer is, yes, you can sue or file a lawsuit against anybody for any reason. You will only win (generally speaking) if you can prove it was a false arrest.
In general, yes. Per the rules of civil procedure of many/most states, if your claim arises from the same underlying transaction or occurrence as the suit that was filed agai…nst you, it is considered to be a "compulsory counclaim". If not asserted within the context of the main lawsuit, it may be deemed to be waived and may not be brought as a separate suit. In contrast, if your claim does not arise from the same transaction or occurrence as the main claim, it is likely to be deemed a "permissive counterclaim". As long as the individual who sued you is a proper defendant in that suit, the claim may, but does not have to be asserted as a counterclaim within the context of the main claim. That is, it may be maintained as a separate suit as long as the suit is filed within the applicable statute of limitations. If there are third parties who need to be brought in as defendants so that there may be a full adjudication by the court of all the rights and obligations arising from the transactions or events, they should be named as defendants in the counterclaim, appropriate allegations made against them, and they must be served with process so that the court acquires jurisdiction over them. The rules of civil procedure of the applicable jurisdiction will dictate the manner and mechanics of compliance with this general rule.
Can you file a lawsuit against a company who allowed an affair between a member of management and an hourly employee that caused a divorce when it was against company policy?
No. It days long past, the spurned spouse could sue the paramour for a claim of "alienation of affection" but nearly every state has done away with that cause of action. And t…here is no law that would allow an employer to be held liable to a spouse for an affair that happened at the office. DependsThat depends on who you are and what your relationship is to the parties onvolved. If you are the spouse of the employees, I agree with the above answer that no, you have no standing to sue the company. If you are a party to the relationship, and there has been retaliation or discrimination against you, then it may be possible. If you are an employee who can show that the employee in the affair received preferential treatment to your detriment, you may also have a cause of action. You should consult with a lawyer. No. The company didn't make you marry the person. The company can try to take away your severance because you broke company policy thus breaching your contract by dating and marrying coworker. Good answers above. The first question after "can I sue for damages" is "Did the folks you want to sue have a known duty to DO X or to PROHIBIT Y? Known means published by an authority." Find a reg or statute that says "all employers must prevent employee adultery on and off duty" or you have zero lawsuit. If such a law EXISTS, you have the entire burden of proof to show a court that the employer failed to carry out that known duty. The defendant-employer has no burden of proof, and need not even respond. Good luck.
Well, it's really hard to obtain a dependable property management company with total dedication. And then browse online & find all the local listing of property management… company and notice all the details also. May be this will help you to find a right alternative for purchasing any real estate property.
None. Great company!!
There is no legal prohibition to it, but who would want to buy a lawsuit. In such cases, arrangements can be made whereby some part of the proceeds of sale remain in esc…row pending the outcome of the litigation. Money that would have gone to the seller of the company now goes to the winner of the lawsuit and any remaining money goes to the former owner. That works only if the amount of the damages is known. If it seeks unliquidated damages in an unspecific amount, it will be difficult to sell. The damages could exceed the value of the company.
Yes, filing for bankruptcy does not protect you against law suits . It protects you on the payment part. Any way, after every body learns that you filed for bankruptcy, they w…on't lose their time - and money - to sue you, because they know you are unable to pay .
This would probably vary by different jurisdiction (different state, province, country, level of court, etc), however, in the jurisdiction I am in any person can go to the cou…rthouse administration office and do an index search for free on the computers. You can enter the name of a person in the plaintiff or defendant fields on a search screen and query the search subject that way. Very easy. The reason this is available is because when a lawsuit is filed, it is part of a public record.
You have to understand what exactly schizophrenia is. Not even experts all agree on the exact causes of the mental illness. It is known to be hereditary (a person with a r…elative suffering from the disease is ten times more likely to get it than a person with no relatives having schizophrenia). Some of the main theories are that it's caused by a viral infection, a chemical imbalance in the brain, or environmental factors. Mostly these problems occured during pregnancy but the individual didn't develop the disease until young adulthood. Although emotional trauma used to be thought of as a cause-it's dismissed by most experts now. I'm not exactly sure how you could prove that someone caused schizophrenia. A lawsuit can be filed for almost any reason, whether it will be judged valid at the time of the hearing is another matter. There would have to be considerable substantiating evidence for pursuing legal action based on such a serious charge. Assuming it would be a medical malpractice suit other medical personnel qualified to assess such an action would be needed as expert witnesses. An attorney that specializes in medical malpractice suits, usually accepts cases that have merit on a contingency basis. The first step would be to contact an attorney of this nature and schedule a consultation relating to the viability of the claim. Not sure if the first answer's assumptions are correct. I think it's more likely to be related to a traumatic event. If you can go into court and show by preponderance of the evidence that someone caused a traumatic event that caused schizophrenia to develop you can win the lawsuit. The other side is likely to point out that schizophrenia has a strong genetic component, but it's believed there are environmental factors as well so if you genetically predisposed you might never get it unless you face emotional trauma. You can file, but you won't win, almost guaranteed. Schizophrenia is a medical illness that some people are genetically disposed to or just have defects in their limbic system and frontal cortex in dopaminergic pathways. You would have a hard time proving this.
Can a credit card company file a lawsuit against someone who was not aware they suffered from severe depression before they obtained the cards and is a countersuit possible?
Yes, the creditor can sue regardless of the mental state of the account holder. Whether the account holder was legally competent at the time the agreement was made is a matter… for the court to decide. If the consumer was not coererced or deceived into opening the account in a way that could be deemed illegal, there would not be grounds for a countersuit.
Yes, you can, but not for the same charges.