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- Our lease on our Apt. ended and we had a three month extension. The three months are up and we are moving. the Apt are coming at us saying we are liable for another months rent. The apt. is claiming a 30 day vacancy notice but the lease is already up. i also had one roomate leave and another move in during the lease period. Teh question I have is can they hold us responsible for the one month extra rent?
- what are the income guidelines
- Can I be forced to establish paternity by my babys father?
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On May 3 from 10 a.m. to noon visit your local participating library to listen and learn about legal resources available to you. Attorney panels will be discussing their areas of expertise and will be answering your legal questions. Please see the attached flyer for participating libraries and more information.
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DNA-People's Legal Services was founded in 1967 with a mission to strive for economic justice and human rights on behalf of Native people. Each year thousands of rural poor receive free legal assistance and the education needed to protect their legal rights. For more information about DNA-People's Legal Services and other legal services in your area, enter your county in Find Legal Help to the right on this or any page within this site.
The new LawForSeniors.org website is a resource designed to help empower Arizona seniors by putting answers within their reach. Both seniors and caretakers can get quick access to legal information, links to law-related resources, and answers to questions about the legal process. Whether facing eviction, changing health benefits, elder abuse, or consumer scams, getting information and knowing your rights is the first line of defense. Visit LawForSeniors.org.
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