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California Real Estate Law -- Death On A Property?
I Know That There Is A Law In California That States If There Was A Death On A Property, The Buyer Must Be Informed Of It. I Wanted To Know The Name Of The Law, When It Went Into Effect, And How Many Years Back It Goes (I.E. The Earliest The Death Occurred). Also, Does This Apply To Rental Properties (Are Landlords Required To Inform Tenants About A Death On The Property)? Thanks!

The law actually states as follows:

A death does not need to be disclosed if it occurred more than three years previously. (Note that the law does NOT say that the death MUST be disclosed if it occurred within the past three years.) The only reason the death MUST be disclosed if it occurred within the past three years is if the events of the death are "material" -- if it was particularly gruesome or offensive, or if it negatively affected the value of the property.

I didn't see anything in the law about rentals.

It's Civil Code 1710.2, if you want to look up the actual language.

Law Firm, Law Firms That Represent Injury Accident Victims. What Injury Law Firm Do You Recommend In The Us?
Does Anyone Have A Personal Injury Law Firm, That They Recommend, That Represents Victims Of Personal Injury In The United States?

I recommend the Personal Injury Law Firm Of Justin Ziegler. You can visit his law firm website at http://accident.justinziegler.net His personal injury law firm's telephone number is toll-free (800) 955-5085. His law firm gives a Free Consultation and does not charge any fees unless he recovers money for you. Although i was injured in Florida, I know he represents injury victims throughout the United States.

Justin (and his law firm) is a very competent personal injury lawyer.

I was seriously injured in an accident, an Justin (and his law firm) helped me deal with the difficult insurance company and got me money quickly.

If My Felony Was Jan 2009 Then When Should We Start With The Attorney To Get It Taken Off?

Depends on the Felony.
You may not be able to.
You did the crime with full knowledge and forethought.
This is not Monopoly where you get a free card all the time.

What Happens If You Are Drunk Driving And Get Into A Car Accident?
Someone Is Drunk Driving And Crashes Into Another Car. The Drunk Driver Hits His Head And Passes Out And Hurts His Neck A Bit But Is His Not Injured Too Seriously (He Is Awake And In His Right Mind When The Police And Ambulance Arrives). The Man In The Other Car, However, Is Seriously Hurt And Has To Be Rushed To The Er, In Danger Of Dying. How Would This Situation Be Handled Legally? Would The Drunk Driver Be Arrested? I'M Assuming He Would Be Taken To The Hospital First. Would He Lose His Driver'S License Forever Or Only Temporarily? Could He Ever Get It Back? How Much Of A Fine Would He Have To Pay? Would He Be Taken To Jail And For How Long? What If The Man Who Got Hurt Refuses To Press Charges? This Happens In France If That Makes A Difference. (Also, Just So You Know, This Is For A Book I'M Writing, Not Real Life, But I Want It To Be As Realistic As Possible.) Thank You!

In the states, he goes to the ER and is checked out and is checked to see how much alcohol is in him.

He is charged for drunk driving, DWI, failure to give right away or reckless driving.

And goes to jail if able for the DWI. Someone can pay his bail to get him out.

He has to go to court.

There will be fines to pay. If he has other DWIs, he can loose his DL. His car insurance will go up. Or he will loose it and be in high risk insurance that cost an arm and a leg.

His car will be impounded and it cost a lot to get it back.

His insurance has to pay for the other man's damages, some kind of settlement. And can be sued for the hospital bills by the man and more.

If the man dies, he will be charged for manslaughter and that means prison.

If he has a lot of money and a good lawyer...the lawyer might can swing probation.

The police press charges.

See A Copy Of The Will & Probate Court Records?
Grandma Passed Away And I Never Heard Anything From Our Uncle About What Was Left To Me. How Can I Find Out? If I Was In The Will, Wouldn'T I Have To Be Contacted By The Lawyer Handling The Case?

When a will is before the probate court, it is public information. Some counties have websites which publish the documents filed in probate court.

If you are an heir, you will be contacted (assuming the executor can find you). But it may not be immediately after the death.

Some states allow an executor up to four years after the death to file for probate. After the will is filed for probate, the executor must find and report all assets of the estate. That could be weeks later. Then the executor may liquidate some assets in order to divide them among heirs. Depending on the complexity of the estate, that could be months or years longer.

If you have questions, contact the clerk of the probate court in the county in which you believe the estate might have been filed. Or call your uncle. (Note: An executor does not have to detail his actions to heirs unless instructed to do so by the court.)

If it appears that you are not being treated fairly in this matter, consult your attorney.

Can Anyone Tell Me What Part Of The 3Rd Reich The Child Support Guidelines Were Originally Written In?
The Childsupport Guidelines In The State Of Florida Are Written To Be Deliberately Unfair To The Non Primary Custodial Parent. While I Have No Problem Supporting My Children I Do Know The Difference Between Child Support And Shrew Support. Moreover I Feel The Default Scenario Should Be That Any Father Who Wants Greater Than Forty Percent Of The Overnights Should Be Granted It And The Benefits Of Such An Agreement. Noting How Unfair This System Is I Was Wondering If Anyone Could Tell Me What Part Of The 3Rd Reich They Originated In.

The entire system of child support is totally 1000000000000000% against males. Women always get the kid and the dad is stuck giving the woman thousands of dollars a year. Look at stars and sports figures, they end up giving the woman like $25,000 a month in child support. There is no way in the world it takes $25,000 a month to raise a child. There are women who make a living on child support, 3 kids, 3 different dad's equals about $1500 a month. Most of the time the woman just spends the money on herself. Child support laws are written by liberal democrats and they should all be struck down and rewritten by people with brains.