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- lived in this park for 13 yrs.new managment trying to force everyone in the park with new lease and rules.if you dont sign the new lease,they dont accept your rent check.insane rules like no babysitting in the park,no washing your car(we pay for the water),no pets over 30 lbs,a pet fee and they must approve the pet,which are in my home that i own and dont even go outside.we are only allowed the number of cars that now fit in the carport which is only 18 to 20 ft long,they want to chage a 25 dollar fee for every notice they send out also.the list goes on.is this legal? how does grandfather work
- I've been married for 10 yrs,all of which I have been a homemaker.My spouse and I have 2 kids one is disabled.Since separating he has tried to control me with money,only giving me $150 biweekly which I am to support the kids on.I have filed for divorce and am awaiting our hearing for temporary orders.Before I left I paid the bills as I usually did.But he then took over our joint account where he let checks bounce.One I was turned into county attorney for.They are now on me to pay it.I have 0 income barely feeding kids it was his bill for home.Can I legally withdraw $ from jnt acct to pay this?
- I was terminated from my job because I injured myself, is this a legal practice that employers in this state can do ?
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