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2023.06.07 01:43 ThrowRA_Drowningg What to do legally when spouse locks you out of house? (california)
When my husband gets angry, he locks me out of our house for hours. I've called the police before and they just told me they'd be out later and to call a locksmith. They never showed up, so I was outside for 6 hours. They told me I wasn't allowed to break the windows to get in my home.
Locksmiths are expensive and I don't have money. Am I really not allowed to break the windows or doors? Will I go to jail if I do that? My husband said he will press DV charges if I do that and we'll lose our son to CPS if I start breaking property. Is that true too?
We are in riverside county CA if that matters
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2023.06.07 01:16 ejdjd New Construction??
Anyone know what is being built opposite the Linda Herrington Elementary School on County Road 117? Lots of little black "houses" but none of the workers know who owns the property or what the "houses" are for.
Are they actual houses for sale or rent and if so, won't it put an incredible strain on the surrounding areas?
Not to mention the new in/out access point to Avery Center which is literally placed on a blind curve just passed there!
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2023.06.07 00:56 Throwaway_2747294 Fence over property line
A few years ago, I bought a house in Maryland. We get to the closing and it was brought to my attention the survey showed the fence around our backyard goes well past our property line. I was so excited at closing that I stupidly said not to worry about it. Behind our house is a wooded area, owned by our county, with a small piece of HOA common area between my yard and the woods. The fence encroaches on this HOA common area. So here’s the thing, in my area you need a fence permit and an HOA approval for the fence, both of which were obtained by the previous owners in 2015 when the fence was installed. We currently maintain the entire area, we have fully gardened it, etc. If some day, someone on the HOA were to find out, do I have any legal grounds to keep my fence where it is or would I have to comply by moving the fence and ripping out the garden? Currently, my neighbors, not on the HOA, know about this and don’t care.
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2023.06.07 00:46 DefiantEvidence4027 Kentucky Security Officers, appointed by Airport Boards.
2023.06.07 00:40 axeville Don't tell me what I can burn
2023.06.07 00:19 RedClayNme $0 Judgement foreclosure
What results might this auction scenario yield?
I came across a home in foreclosure. It's at county courthouse (online). The judgement is for $0. It involves this pair headed foin the midst of a divorce. The proceeds are to be split.
I'm used to seeing an HOA or County or Bank as the plaintiff. I'm not sure what I could expect when it's a sour vibes type situation. Of course I'm assuming but after looking through the title and sale history, it looks like one of them is REALLY REALLY trying to stick it to the other.
It looks like one spouse had this home for a MINUTE. Like many years before they married. The home wasn't listed for sale until a week before the first auction was scheduled-which is the date listed in the judgement. Bing bang boom--its back up on the block for next month. The realtor website has it listed as contingent. The state it's in isn't a community property one.
So those are the details. Feel free to ask for specifics (not names and what not tho). I'm just trying to imagine how this could unfold. And how one should/could approach bidding. Even if not bidding I'm just curious to see the results!! Feels like a soap opera!
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2023.06.06 23:50 PanAmFlyer Poplar Hall
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400 Stuart Circle, at Poplar Hall Drive, was built as early as 1764. https://preview.redd.it/lkfj0vxwxg4b1.jpg?width=472&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=f1f368ab137a16aae22a3d80de245e0adaecc4a8
The property was owned by Thurmer Hoggard, who farmed the surrounding area and had a boat building operation on the nearby waterfront. The boat building operation on Broad Creek stayed in the family for the next five generations with the first born male of each carrying the name Thurmer Hoggard.
It was Thurmer Hoggard the Fifth that is credited with saving Virginia Beach's Old Donation Church. The church had suffered a devastating fire and was in danger of being abandoned to Princess Anne County but Mr Hoggard continued to hold services in the ruins until funding could be found for rebuilding. The Church, dating back to 1735, began restoration in 1911.
In the early 1900s, the baptism font from Virginia Beach's first church was found in the Lynnhaven River being used as an anchor. The font, dating from the mid 1600s, was restored, and is now in Old Donation Church.
Today Poplar Hall is a private residence and still sits on Broad Creek in the Military Circle area. It is now almost completely obscured by trees and bushes. The surrounding farmland was developed into housing in the early 1960s and the entire neighborhood became known as Poplar Hall.
This is approximately the fourth oldest existing residence in Norfolk.
2023.06.06 23:35 gueravieja County Clerk Offers Free Property Fraud Alert Program
2023.06.06 23:26 meltingXsnowman Property Flooding, no results from town/county. PLEASE HELP.
Hi, I am really just looking for direction and/or advice regarding my current situation. Over the last 1.5-2 years, my front yard and driveway has been flooding, with increasing severity. It is to the point that any bit of rain causes a literal stream (east to west) across my driveway. There is notable progression of the flooding and it is slowly moving towards my residence. General layout of my property to assist with understanding. My house is on a state owned road that travels east to west. My house is situated 90 feet from the road facing north. My driveway is in the northeast corner of the property. The flooding initially began as puddling in my driveway and soft spots in the yard proximal to the NE corner. Since then, it has progressed to 25'x56' area that is affected. It was suspected that a water main had leaked or possibly ruptured due to my neighbor's property also flooding across the northern portions of his yard. As we live within town limits, the town was contacted, as well as the county. The county stated that there was no main rupture due to consistent water pressure before and after our properties, and we were advised that the water was coming from our side. My neighbor had an independent company come out and investigate and they could not find a source of water from his property, nor is it any leak from his septic system (I am on county sewer and the line is west of the flooding). The county contacted the state as my property is on a state road and looked at this as a possible stormwater issue. After numerous complaints to the town, the water was finally tested and revealed no chlorine, indicating it was for sure not from the water main. The water that is flooding the properties, has a nearly oil-like film, as well as some other sort of sediment. As this was causing moving water across my driveway, this caused sinking and HUGE potholes to form. I grew more and more impatient and eventually spread about 700 lbs of gravel to fill the potholes (this was about a year ago). As of today, you can't even tell that I have ever filled the holes. We have contacted countless persons in the local and county government regarding this and we have seen no results. It is progressing to the point that the potholes and unevenness of the driveway have caused damage on my vehicles, resulting in damage to the suspension and paint. The end of the driveway is always muddy and wet, leading to increased mosquitoes and other insects. I am not sure what else is in the water, but there is also a less than pleasant smell coming from the water.
There are a few factors that add to my difficulty of fixing this problem. 1. There is a "private road" separating my neighbors property and mine. The property is approximately 100' long and 40' wide. This was historically used as and old access point for a water drafting point for the fire department. It is owned by the town that I live in, but I have a legal easement to this as it is my only access point to my property. This is referred to as my driveway. 2. The town has not performed ANY sort of maintenance on the property since I have owned my home, a little over 3 years. From my understanding, there has also been no maintenance done for the previous owner either. I have maintained this since I moved in, including cutting the grass, trimming the trees, and leveling the gravel in the driveway.
I am really looking for some advice and direction on how to handle this. I can not really afford an attorney, but if that is my best/only option, I will make it work. Thank you so much in advance for your help. More details are available if you need them.
TLDR: property started flooding, no help from town or county. Making everything gross.
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2023.06.06 23:03 Consistent_Flower_89 People fishing in my yard vs my dogs
I unfortunately live on a waterside property and usually there is a thin line between the water vs the homeowner's grass making it public property. However, mine isn't public property; because the county does not come by and do maintenance. It is on my family to take care of the property.
These teenagers started keep coming into my yard to fish. I have two dogs and they go absolutely crazy whenever they come. I warned them about my dogs, and they basically told me to fuck off. They still come despite aggravating my dogs. I do not have a fence like everyone else on my street. My backyard is where my dogs like to run, play and do their business. One day I was outside watching them and the people randomly come walking in. The group was within arm's reach of me. My dogs went ballistic and chased them off my property, barking. They are lucky they did not get bit.
I fish too but it's just common sense not to fish at a house with dogs unless you have permission. A dog doesn't know the difference. Nor does the homeowner know when people randomly decide to come over and fish. If they bite them, my dogs have pretty much no rights. And it's extremely upsetting.
It's kinda funny because it's the same and only group doing this every time. And they live across the waterway from me. They have dogs too and no fence either. But they don't have to deal with the problem I'm facing because they literally are the problem.
I'm writing this because they just came by today AGAIN. Thankfully I'm moving soon. I just would like an outsider's perspective of who is in the wrong here. My family has lived here for years with no issues up until now. I worry about the safety of my animals. If I didn't have animals, I wouldn't care if they fish in my yard or not. They are the sweetest but do not like what they perceive to be trespassing strangers. And it's doubly funny because one of the threatened to call the police on me, when I'm calmly and politely explaining why what they're doing is a problem.
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2023.06.06 22:55 ColterRobinson Most expensive properties in Shawnee County
2023.06.06 22:44 vtcissp2020 How can I stop sale of hereditary property?
I am out side country. What can I do to make sure our hereditary property is not sold by my relatives? I want to make sure they don't sell it while I am away. Can I file it from outside county or need to travel to India? Appreciate any advice.
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2023.06.06 22:15 gregde81 Property with 2 homes, 1 a primary home and the second an short term rental, how do I account mortgage in Taxes?
I purchased this property a few years back that was 10 acres with a small farm home ~1400 sq/ft. We lived there for 3 years and then built a new home on a different part of the property which has its own driveway. When we purchased the property we went to the county office and combined the 9 acres + the 1 acre with the house.
Now that we are moved in, we plan to short term rental the other home, but currently it + the new build and property are all in a single mortgage. The rental house was included in the appraisal. My main question is do I allocate a % of the mortgage to offset my income from the rental property or how is that done.
As a follow up question, if I were to try and break this house out as a separate entry and possibly move it to a LLC, I would assume that I have to quit claim deed it to an LLC and would likely require a refinance of the original mortgage. That said I should have a enough equity in the property + new home to cover the existing loan amount. Ideally I would want to divide the debt so that I can lessen the payment on my primary home and then leverage mortgage for higher Cash on Cash return for my rental.
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2023.06.06 22:14 ainteasybeincheesy Neighbors attorney sent legal letter about cats
Sorry for the long post and format, I'm on mobile and wanna make sure I get every detail
So my parents have two cats(indoor and fixed but one of them will go outside from time to time but doesn't leave our front or back yard) there is a colony of about four-five cats that hang around our neighborhood but generally stay on/near my parents property, they are outdoor cats and my parents don't claim them they just kinda roam wherever they want. We're trying to catch them to get them fixed so they don't have anymore babies but are pretty skittish.
The neighbor across the street from us has been a pain in the ass for a while now but ever since she lost her job has had nothing but free time and called animal control twice on us saying our cats are pooping and peeing on her yard and causing health issues, she says she has video proof but we've never seen it. we've explained to them that these outdoor cats are not ours and showed them our two cats that stay inside almost all day. Animal control just said if our two cats poop on her yard then we have to clean it which is fine we'll do.
Yesterday my dad gets a letter in the mail from a local attorney that said our cats are causing a health issue defecating and peeing on her yard (didn't say it was her just from a neighbor but we know it was her). It went on to cite two municipal codes which I looked up (hopefully correctly using library.municode online) and don't match the countys code regarding animals that I saw. Now on the bottom it says "it is not the intention of my client to have criminal charges put against him but unless he complies with code they will have no choice"
The codes it cited were for an animal to be a public nuisance on another person's property and the second code was for curbing and cleaning up after your pet if they defecate in a public or private area.
A. Can they bring criminal charges for this? I called animal control and they said if the cats aren't ours were not liable for it. And B. Should I reach out to an attorney or is this just a pointless scare letter? This is in California BTW and I can provide the county if needed.
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2023.06.06 19:53 ASquawkingTurtle Hobbs Allows Pornography to be Filmed in Arizona's K-12 Public School Classrooms
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2023.06.06 19:25 wesleyhazen What due diligence is necessary or recommended?
I am making bids on properties and have done some research into county records to ensure taxes are up to date, no liens, etc. what else do I need to do in order to ensure I’m doing my due diligence before buying (if my offers are accepted).
Also side note, I’m an attorney but a rather new attorney so I’m doing stuff that may be obvious as discussed above, but wanting to make sure I have everything set up before I gain legal title to the land
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2023.06.06 19:20 CEMartin2 Indiana disabled veteran fishing/hunting license
Finally decided to take my home state up on the disabled veteran benefit of a reduced fee hunting and fishing license.... sure seems like Indiana doesn't want to give these out:
Steps to get your DAV license:
- Fill out your application form. Applications are available from your County Veteran Service Officer or online.
- Include your USDVA File number.
- Send your application, payment for the license, and self-addressed stamped envelope to:DNR Customer Service Center 402 W. Washington St., Room W160 Indianapolis, IN 46204
- Once you receive your certified application, you may use it to purchase your first DAV license either in the mail through the DNR customer service center or by taking the attached application certified by the Indiana Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs to a DNR property. You can send in a check or money order payable to IDNR when you submit the application and your license will be mailed to you upon the certification by the Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs and payment for the license.
- Within two weeks, your signed and sealed certified application will be returned to you. You will need to retain this letter for your future use.
Normally, I get my fishing licenses the same way I renew my license plates--electronically, through a state website.
Why on earth has Indiana decided you have to go in person to a specific location to get your veteran license--after hoping the USPS actually delivers your letter to Indianapolis, and returns your certificate?
Any other states make us jump through hoops to get a benefit like this?
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2023.06.06 18:47 sambadyme Should I hire an attorney?
Location: Morris county NJ
My spouse and I are getting an uncontested divorce after 7 years of marriage. We have no kids and no assets. We agreed to split 50/50 on our joint debt. He has hired an attorney to set up a property settlement and he was advised to do the filing online. I don’t have an attorney currently due to financial reasons. I am concerned if we were to go for a court hearing, things could go sideways (in terms of spousal support etc). Any advise is much appreciated
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2023.06.06 18:45 Temporary_Noise_4014 Element79 Gold Announces Execution of Agreement with Centra Mining Ltd. for Sale of Properties from Battle Mountain Portfolio in Nevada (CSE: ELEM, OTC: ELMGF)
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Element 79 Gold Corp. (CSE:ELEM) (OTC:ELMGF) (FSE: 7YS) ("Element 79 Gold", the "Company") announces that, further to its November 17, 2022
release, the Company has entered into an Asset Purchase Agreement (the "Agreement") for the sale of two properties from its Battle Mountain Portfolio located in the gold mining district of northeastern Nevada, US to a subsidiary of Centra Mining Ltd. ("Centra").
Under the terms of the Agreement, Centra has agreed to purchase all of Element79 Gold's interests and obligations in relation to the Long Peak Project ("Long Peak") and the Stargo Project ("Stargo") in exchange for a total consideration of CAD 1,000,000 payable by the issuance of an aggregate of 2,500,000 common shares of Centra at a deemed price of CAD 0.40 per share (the “Payment Shares”). The transaction is expected to close on or before June 30, 2023, and is subject to regulatory approval.
"The sale of Long Peak and Stargo to Centra marks another milestone in Element79's journey for the strategic development of its high-grade gold assets," commented James Tworek, CEO of Element79. "Centra realizes that these projects have great exploration potential along with the rest of their portfolio and it will be exciting to see what their near-term development plans are. We are excited to maintain our exposure to the very promising development potential of these properties through our equity participation in Centra."
Tworek added, “We have been working at the sale of the non-core assets in the Battle Mountain for over a year now, and it feels great to confirm that we have one package of properties now signed up and pending their closing date. This achievement further helps to highlight the currently-unrealized value of the individual properties in the Battle Mountain portfolio, helping to re-envision a benchmark for corporate valuation and enabling us to unlock additional value from our extensive portfolio of prospective properties while increasing Element79 Gold’s focus, energy and capital flows on developing its flagship Maverick Springs and both defining a resource at and bringing production online at Lucero in 2024.”
Element79 Gold’s Battle Mountain Portfolio
The Battle Mountain Portfolio was originally comprised of 15 separate projects totaling over 44,478 acres across 2,203 unpatented claims in five counties: Elko County, Eureka County, Humboldt County, Lander County, and Nye County. Most of the Battle Mountain Portfolio is located within the Battle Mountain Trend, with several projects close to globally reputable gold deposits including Nevada Gold's Cortez Mine.
The Battle Mountain Portfolio is comprised primarily of early-stage projects. While drilling has been completed at some projects, such as Elder Creek (155 holes) and Clover (104 holes), many have only surface sampling and geophysical surveys completed. Of particular note are the Long Peak, Elephant, Elder Creek, North Mill Creek, Clipper, Pipeline South, West Cortez, and Walti Projects, which are interpreted to lie along the northwest trending fault that hosts the high-grade Pipeline deposit, which is included in Nevada Gold's Cortez Mine.
The Long Peak Project
Long Peak is comprised of 34 unpatented claims located near Copper Basin and the Copper Canyon Mine in Lander County, Nevada. Long Peak hosts significant historic prospects, warranting further exploration at Long Peak.
The Stargo Project
Stargo is comprised of 337 unpatented claims located south of the Battle Mountain Trend in Nye County, Nevada. The large claim block contains attractive host rocks, tertiary age intrusives, and appropriate aged structural preparation to represent an attractive area for exploration target development.
About Element79 Gold
Element79 Gold is a mining company focused on gold, silver and associated metals and committed to maximizing shareholder value through responsible mining practices and sustainable development of its projects. Element79 Gold's main focus is on two core properties: developing its previously-producing, high-grade gold and silver mine, the Lucero project located in Arequipa, Peru, with the intent to bring it back into production in the near term; and its flagship Maverick Springs Project located in the famous gold mining district of northeastern Nevada, USA, between the Elko and White Pine Counties. Maverick Springs hosts a 43-101-compliant, pit-constrained mineral resource estimate reflecting an inferred resource of 3.71 million ounces of gold equivalent "AuEq" at a grade of 0.92 g/t AuEq (0.34 g/t Au and 43.4 g/t Ag) with an effective date of October 19, 2022. The acquisition of the Maverick Springs Project also included a portfolio of 15 properties along the Battle Mountain trend in Nevada, which are non-core to its primary business focus. In British Columbia, Element79 Gold has executed a Letter of Intent and funded a drilling program to acquire a private company that holds the option to 100% interest of the Snowbird High-Grade Gold Project, which consists of 10 mineral claims located in Central British Columbia, approximately 20km west of Fort St. James. The Company also has an option to acquire a 100% interest in the Dale Property, 90 unpatented mining claims located approximately 100 km southwest of Timmins, Ontario, Canada in the Timmins Mining Division, Dale Township. The Company is analyzing the non-core Nevada projects, The Dale Property and Snowbird Property for further merit of exploration, sale or spin-out.
For more information about the Company, please visit www.element79.gold
For corporate matters, please contact:
James C. Tworek, Chief Executive Officer E-mail: [[email protected]
For investor relations inquiries, please contact:
Investor Relations Department
Phone: +1 (613) 879-9387
E-mail: [[email protected]