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  1. PayrollHRGuy

    roommate and property left behind

    Unless a law officer has a warrant you don't have to let anyone in your home.
  2. PayrollHRGuy

    roommate and property left behind

    I wouldn't. I'd agree on a time and hand her the boxes. She never needs to come in the house and neither do any cops.
  3. PayrollHRGuy

    roommate and property left behind

    If she does something like that you call the police. It is called robbery.
  4. PayrollHRGuy

    Termination, pending criminal charges, 2 years unpaid suspension, verbal agreement breached

    But it is certainly better than not having it in there.
  5. PayrollHRGuy

    roommate and property left behind

    What is to stop her from saying that if the police are there? If she thinks you kept something of hers's she can sue you in court.
  6. PayrollHRGuy

    Termination, pending criminal charges, 2 years unpaid suspension, verbal agreement breached

    I don't remember what was said at one of the two but in the second at a preliminary hearing to get the case dismissed the judge stated to the claimant based on the wording in the handbook and the handbook receipt that he signed that no contract could be made that wasn't in writing and signed by...
  7. PayrollHRGuy

    roommate and property left behind

    Great advice I which it had been posted 20 minutes ago. Oh wait...
  8. PayrollHRGuy

    roommate and property left behind

    You don't have to let her come into your home at all. You agree to a time for her to come get them and when she arrives you hand the boxes to her at the door.
  9. PayrollHRGuy

    Termination, pending criminal charges, 2 years unpaid suspension, verbal agreement breached

    While totally self-serving I've watched that language hold up in court twice when something much, but not near as encompassing hold up in court twice with my client employers.
  10. PayrollHRGuy

    roommate and property left behind

    There is a huge difference between her coming over whenever she likes and you storing some boxes for a while. That said here is info on the NM law on property left by a tenant. http://jec.unm.edu/education/online-training/landlord-tenant-relations-tutorial/property-left-on-premises-by-tenant
  11. PayrollHRGuy

    Termination, pending criminal charges, 2 years unpaid suspension, verbal agreement breached

    You might want to read up on this law. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=CIV&sectionNum=1624.
  12. PayrollHRGuy

    Termination, pending criminal charges, 2 years unpaid suspension, verbal agreement breached

    @trex74 Since you have obtained legal counsel on the matter why are you not asking that lawyer these questions? They certainly know more about your situation than we ever will. That said I'd suggest you find your employee handbook and look for wording somewhere in there that says something...
  13. PayrollHRGuy

    Half- Sibling birthdays - IN

    While I agree that it is no big deal and the father wants to do things with both kids on each of their b'days that's great, but I highly doubt that the laws and agreements surrounding one parent/child unit has anything at all to do with the other parent/child unit.
  14. PayrollHRGuy

    Access denied to estate property

    That's who I was thinking of.
  15. PayrollHRGuy

    Access denied to estate property

    Actually neither may have a right to it. There is a single entity now that owns the house and that is the estate that it is part of. Anyone's use of it at this point without paying something at least approaching fair market value is affecting the value of the estate. Since the OP has a duty to...

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