I just received notice that I am once again a top contributor to AVVO, as was the case last year. Those contributions were in the form of questions answered through AVVO about real estate and landlord tenant law. I have been doing this almost since the beginning of AVVO. I am currently no. 58 in the all-time rankings for landlord tenant submissions.
No. 1,107 The Allegheny County Housing Authority recently announced that it is banning smoking inside the building at 5 public housing locations. As the New York Times and many other publications have observed, this is a national trend. Of course, some residents have expressed outrage and disbelief that the Constitution does not protect them from […]
“My lease states that I must maintain or replace the appliances. The stove top and oven were not working properly, so I replaced them and a new refrigerator since the appliances were from 1962. I have just recently gave a 30 day notice to quit and now the landlord will not let me take my appliances but in the lease it doesn’t state they have to stay, just I must maintain or replace what was there at my own expense.”
Sorry to break the bad news. You are liable for the whole amount. So is she and the others. The landlord doesn’t have to sue you all, she can sue any one of you.
AVVO, the organization that inter alia, provides the public with ratings for lawyers, has increased my rating to 10.0. That’s the ceiling for AVVO ratings. Thank you, AVVO.
No. 762 Expert Advice When You Need It Most Can a writ of execution be issued the same day a judgment is awarded or must you give notice? Asked 2 days ago – Sarver, PA Practice area: Debt Collection – Edit Had someone file at court records department for a judgment and at the same time […]
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The 948th Tweet Follower for PittsburghLegal is Conrad Saam of AVVO. Under the direction of Conrad, AVVO has been blazing new trails in marketing for lawyers. This includes posting AVVO Answers, lawyer answers to AVVO reader questions, on Twitter. I posted my first AVVO Answer on Twiiter today.