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    Thanks for your reply RE: 55+. More info posted. Could you take a look at the thread?
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    would be extremely appreciative of your opinion re: my situation. I know she'll say it was a gift; she's already told others but she knows my financial situation so she knows there ie no way I'd just give her money w/o expecting it back
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    Thank you very much for taking the time to answer my question.
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    Thanks for telling about the clause of "Quiet enjoyment". I had a feeling there was something I could do to void the lease. What kind of evidence do you suggest that I gather ? Also, would I be able to get my $800 deposit back if we left the property ?

    Just a note: When we moved in, the house was a disaster on the inside and outside. I took almost 90 pictures and noted many different flaws present at time of move in, in writing. The only thing that broke since we moved in is the living room window, because one of our neighbors shot a bee bee at it, which punched a hole in it.
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    Hello Latigo -

    I saw your response to my oral contract - well my lawyer in fact told me it is a weak case - but I insisted on filing a suit. Well I cannot write everything over here - if I could email you some information - that would probably explain the whole situation. Thanks a lot for your response.
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    I am interested in speaking with you, or at least through email. You commented on a post of mine about a month back and I like what you had to say. Please email me [email][/email]
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  8. If you have a chance, please look at "Promissory Note Suit" in the Debt Collections forum. ([url][/url]) There is a Civ Pro issue regarding competing Statutes of Limitation between the states. I had answered one way, but when I read what I consider a fairly reasonable source (linked in the thread), I profoundly doubt my answer(s).
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    You came highly recommended. I was the Defendant in a UD action. Judge granted my motion to deem RFAs admitted. Subsequently, he granted my motion for summary judgment. I was wondering as to the [I]res judicata[/I] effect of such a ruling: For details, please see:


    The second page is most relevant to my instant questions.

    QUESTION # 1:

    Plaintiff cannot again bring an unlawful detainer action against me if it is based upon an allegation that I failed to pay him rent due for the same period specified in the 3-day notice (of the previous suit)?

    QUESTION # 2:

    Am I to read CCP 2033.410 (b) to mean, notwithstanding the holding, that Plaintiff can bring a new UD action, i.e., wherein Plaintiff can possibly meritoriously assert his alleged standing as landlord?

    Thank you in advance,

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    I went to court. The defendants attorney said he will agree to me having my $350 returned. However Im suing for $5000 'cause of other damages (the money was for things like paying for storage of the things in my apartment 'til I bonded out. I wound up losing all my things. The landlord threw them out. This and other things couldve been avoided. My lost possessions account for the bulk of the money Im asking for). He basically said that suing for more wont be in my favor 'cause, as he stated, Itll be like suing a bank for more money than what was stolen from the account 'cause my intentions were to use the money to buy a car and thats just not how it goes. I would like to let a jury decide. I am tempted to taken the money and run, and get this over. Also Im sure theyre going to try and raise a point on my involvement to the money being stolen do to my own carelessness with my personal info. What do you suggest I do? What will happen If I decide not to take the $350 but press for more.
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