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Just received this from my landlord today

Grapeshot

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Its not a crime anyway .. so I would not follow such an amendment ... make him evict me and wait for all those continuances etc ... cost the guy a few thousand bucks to kick you out.
All expenses incurred in the recovery are chargeable - maybe not a big problem if you do not intend to rent again in the same area, don't care about your credit report, or the return of your security deposit.

There likely will be a major impact on your credit score too - affecting future home buying and credit cards.

Would seem far better and probably cheaper to resolve the problem as amicably as possible. Don't know why anyone would make getting a judgement against them easy.
 

skidmark

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I spoke to someone in the office about this matter and they assured me that I had nothing to worry about.
Did you get it in writing, affirmed to by a Notary under penalty of perjury? If not, I would not rest easy.

stay safe.
 

idodishez

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Also prohibited are paint guns?? So if I'm a car painter and have tools at home I can't live there?

Oh, you mean paint BALL guns? Shows how ignorant the author of the letter is.

Even still, a paintball gun is an issue? A SLINGSHOT? Are toy kidding me?
"Sorry little Johnny, we can't live here because of that slingshot grandpa gave you for Christmas"


Stupid people **** me off


"I miss America"
 
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Hahaha you live in the OLD America Grape .... when he starts proceedings, you stop paying.

Who pays civil judgments anymore?
I have never failed to collect on a civil judgement - there are ways if the circumstances are right.
 

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I have never failed to collect on a civil judgement - there are ways if the circumstances are right.
Oh, I have never failed to collect ....

But I have never paid either ....

I got a default right now awaiting a damages hearing ... (my win)

I'll have a new civil filing on Wed....

Busy busy
 

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Let me count the ways......wages, bank accounts, and money paid to a debtor's business are all low hanging fruit - and the procedures for doing so are simple and inexpensive. Seizing an automobile, that has a high ratio of value to lein will get their attention.

If I could get the person to file an appeal, the bond would cover the judgement and for all practical purposes the court did the collection......and I could get triple damages - don't know if that law has changed.

Once had an attorney tell the judge that he wanted me charged for practicing law w/o a license when I requested a triple indemnity bond. I told the judge I wasn't "practicing" nor charging for bad advice! Had fun that day.
 

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Let me count the ways......wages, bank accounts, and money paid to a debtor's business are all low hanging fruit - and the procedures for doing so are simple and inexpensive. Seizing an automobile, that has a high ratio of value to lein will get their attention.

If I could get the person to file an appeal, the bond would cover the judgement and for all practical purposes the court did the collection......and I could get triple damages - don't know if that law has changed.

Once had an attorney tell the judge that he wanted me charged for practicing law w/o a license when I requested a triple indemnity bond. I told the judge I wasn't "practicing" nor charging for bad advice! Had fun that day.

Thats why you never get wages paid into a bank account. If you absolutely must use a bank because some place insists on it. put the money in at the last minute and always keep as close to zero balance as possible. If they try to steal your vehicle based on an order from a court that hadnt the power to extort money from you that you don't owe in the first place, reasonable force laws come into play.

This also minimizes the stalking and spying the government is infamous for nowadays.
 

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Thats why you never get wages paid into a bank account. If you absolutely must use a bank because some place insists on it. put the money in at the last minute and always keep as close to zero balance as possible. If they try to steal your vehicle based on an order from a court that hadnt the power to extort money from you that you don't owe in the first place, reasonable force laws come into play.

This also minimizes the stalking and spying the government is infamous for nowadays.
A lien, execution of a civil judgement, is not just for 1 or 2 days - that and a low average daily balance will negatively impact other things.

Seizing a vehicle subsequent to a civil judgement is hardly stealing it. Please explain (cite) how reasonable force laws would legally be utilized in such an example.
 

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A lien, execution of a civil judgement, is not just for 1 or 2 days - that and a low average daily balance will negatively impact other things.

Seizing a vehicle subsequent to a civil judgement is hardly stealing it. Please explain (cite) how reasonable force laws would legally be utilized in such an example.
The scope of my statement was limited to refusing to co-operate when no crime has been committed ie some random firearm regulation that was passed in actual fact has no force of law and is null and void. In such cases there will be fines issued for committing the 'offence'. Refusal to pay will then upset the local gestapo and mafia who will then attempt to steal property, assault you or kidnap you. All because you refused to comply.

As far as the OP there is/was no proper, reasonable notice given and the paper it's written on is no more than fuel for the grill at the next BBQ
 

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The scope of my statement was limited to refusing to co-operate when no crime has been committed ie some random firearm regulation that was passed in actual fact has no force of law and is null and void. In such cases there will be fines issued for committing the 'offence'. Refusal to pay will then upset the local gestapo and mafia who will then attempt to steal property, assault you or kidnap you. All because you refused to comply.

As far as the OP there is/was no proper, reasonable notice given and the paper it's written on is no more than fuel for the grill at the next BBQ
No - your reply was directly related to legally seizing a vehicle and use of force to prevent that.

As to the OP - most multi-family lease, Rules & Regulations may be amended with 30 days notice after the initial lease term, some during the lease term. Check your local/state laws. IMO - such can be very enforceable.

I would suggest that facts speak louder than rants and unnecessary slurs, neither of which has any application to the OP's query and is in direct violation of Rule #6.
 

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I would suggest that facts speak louder than rants and unnecessary slurs, neither of which has any application to the OP's query and is in direct violation of Rule #6.
Except when the evidence warrants the terms used. How many cases have we seen where gun control was used and safety of the people went out the window? How many innocent people have been assaulted by the police and had firearms stolen? There are many youtube videos I could post as evidence of that and very likely several threads here on OCDO. It was only a few days ago there was a shooting in my old city in the UK and more relevant here in the U.S if a person is not allowed to be safe in ones own home that's tyrannical. Sure one can give notice but a piece of paper is hardly more official than a Facebook message or text message.
 

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Let me count the ways......wages, bank accounts, and money paid to a debtor's business are all low hanging fruit - and the procedures for doing so are simple and inexpensive. Seizing an automobile, that has a high ratio of value to lein will get their attention.

If I could get the person to file an appeal, the bond would cover the judgement and for all practical purposes the court did the collection......and I could get triple damages - don't know if that law has changed.

Once had an attorney tell the judge that he wanted me charged for practicing law w/o a license when I requested a triple indemnity bond. I told the judge I wasn't "practicing" nor charging for bad advice! Had fun that day.
This is why one should master the art of being " Judgment Proof".:D

My .02

CCJ
 

Grapeshot

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Except when the evidence warrants the terms used. How many cases have we seen where gun control was used and safety of the people went out the window? How many innocent people have been assaulted by the police and had firearms stolen? There are many youtube videos I could post as evidence of that and very likely several threads here on OCDO. It was only a few days ago there was a shooting in my old city in the UK and more relevant here in the U.S if a person is not allowed to be safe in ones own home that's tyrannical. Sure one can give notice but a piece of paper is hardly more official than a Facebook message or text message.
Opinion does not constitute evidence, nor override legal authority. Legal notice is far superior to a social blog.

Separate notice has been sent of the rule as applied.
 

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Opinion does not constitute evidence, nor override legal authority. Legal notice is far superior to a social blog.
Was it though? I wouldn't count a random piece of paper like that notice at all. Not official and would hardly stand up in a court. Or at least I would hope not.



Separate notice has been sent of the rule as applied.
So noted. I had thought that was dealt with in my previous post, giving evidence as to why my statements were made.
 
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