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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.
Question About Israeli (Orthodox Jewish) Divorce Law?
I Have Recently Watched Documentry About Women Who Can'T Get Divorced Because Their Husbands Won'T Allow It Http://Www.Channel4.Com/Fourdocs/Archive/Manhunter.Html
Is It Really True That Under Jewish Law Even If A Man Deserts His Wife For 20Yrs Gets Remarried..If He Won'T Give His Wife Permision She Can'T Get Divorced From Him Even Though He Broke The Marriage Contract??
Is This Law In All Of Israel Or Just For The Othodox?
What Do Israelis Think Of Such Men Who Hold Women Hostage Like This?
What 'Pressure' Can The Israeli Government Bring To Force The Husband To Give A Divorce?
You have some of it right, and yes, it sucks (spent 3 years as a "Misarevet Gat", a woman whose ex wouldn't give her an official divorce). But it goes both ways: a woman can also refuse to give her husband a divorce. In Israel, the rabbis control family law--only they can make an official marriage, and only they can give an official divorce. However, a man cannot marry more than one woman: to get remarried, he has to give a gat to his first wife. But I know a woman who's waited 20-some years for her gat, and her husband moved to Australia and is living with a woman, so it's almost the same. What happens is this: a couple goes to the rabbis and asks for a divorce. The rabbi asks each if they agree. If one refuses, the other is offered "Shalom Bait" (Peaceful Home). That means they live together as man and wife for one month, and must have sexual relations during that time. If the one who asked for the divorce still wants it after that time, the rabbi must grant it. However, for women who want a divorce, Shalom Bait is like "sactioned rape" so they often refuse it. For others, they want to leave an abusive relationship, and taking that option could be dangerous, even deadly. So they prefer to get another date with the rabbi, in a few months time, and try again. Outside of the rabbis, you can get a civil divorce agreement, which is not official, but it details alimony and custody and such. So for some women, waiting for the official divorce is no big deal, because all the important details are settled. And if he still won't give it and she wants to remarry, there are ways to get it. If he doesn't pay child support, he can be imprisoned. And sometimes, if he won't give a gat, under special circumstances, he can be imprisoned. Hauled out once a month and asked again if he will give the gat. Not pleasant, but it has happened in some cases. Anyway, this is the law for all Israel. So now some secular couples have a wedding party, without a rabbi, and never get officiallly married; they just don't want the rabbis interfering in their lives. Some couples take the Shalom Bait, and it works for them. The government can't do anything about it. Yet. There are people who are trying to get civil marriages legalized, which would mean also civil divorces; but it's a long haul. The religious minority in the govt uses its power carefully, selling their votes to others, with conditions that they get their laws passed. Like El Al can't fly on Shabbat, which costs the company and the country billions of lost custom; and so it is with ancient divorce laws.
There is a web site that explains the problems this can cause for women who can't afford to keep themselves and their children, if they can't get child support with out a divorce. You see, you open a case for divorce either in the civil court or the rabinut (rabbis court); usually it's a race between the couple: the woman wants the civil agreement, the man wants the rabbis to decide. If the man wins and they go through the rabbis, they can say there will be no child support until there is a gat. On the other hand, there are some ways to get it...if the woman opens the case first, in the civil court, she can ask for alimony for herself (not child support), which is rare in Israel, and it is to be paid until he gives the gat. And on the other hand, the laws are very much against fathers--there is no joint custody, as americans know it. Fathers almost always get every other weekend and one afternoon a week, alternating holidays. And if there's any problem at all, even if there are no grounds, the father almost always gets the short stick, even losing custody completely, while still having by law to pay child support.
Is There Any Free Legal Aid Help For A Child Custody Battle In Or Near Woodlands Texas Or Spring Tx?
Daughters Boyfriend Took The Baby And Wont Give The Baby Back, Seeking Free Legal Aid Help Or What Can We Do? Can You Provide Us With Some Phone Numbers Thank You Doing All We Can.
I assume you're anti women's rights. Doesn't she have the right to be the parent with limited visitation rights? Are you sexist? By the way, if he files for custody and ask for a jury trial, which Texas is the only state that does it, you want women completely ban from the jury as they are far more likely to rule in his favor than male jurors.
Florida Lawyer Referral Fees?
In Florida, If A Non-Lawyer (Not A Part Of Any Organization) Refers A High Price Client To A Lawyer, Can The Non- Lawyer Collect A Referral Fee Or Another Form Of Compensation.
Why Or Why Not?
Look at the ethics rules for attorneys in Florida.
I Have A Questionabout Intellectual Property Law, I Don'T Think I Need A Lawyer Yet But I Need Answers?
I Am Trying To Create An Educational/Informtional Dvd For Young Teen Men. In This Video I Would Like To Mention That I Like Various Music Artist And Their Songs, Sports Teams, Martial Artists, Movies, And I Would Like To Repeat Some Lines From Those Movies. I Will Not Be Useing Any Logos Or Actual Pictures Or Actual Sound Clips Of Music Or Any Movie Clips. I Just Want To Mention Them In The Dvd, And Say That I Like Them,And That I Think They'Re Ok. There May Be A Swear Or Two In The Dvd Also, I'M Just Trying To Avoid Any Legal Problems.
No legal issue in mentioning the names of those you like or don't like. In fact. even brief samples can usually be used in the context of commentary or scholarly citation. It's called "the doctrine of fair use," and it means that even works protected by copyright can be "quoted" from (in whatever way is appropriate to the medium) without violating intellectual property laws. You should check with an attorney experienced in intellectual property law for details with respect to your particular endeavor.