If in California your neighbor is responsible for any damage that his tree has done to your property.
It is reasonable that the owner of the garage door, who commissioned the replacement, is liable for the inspection. Read your governing documents to determine who owns the garage door. Some individual garage doors are limited common elements, and are still owned by the association.
Your landlord's insurance should take care of it. Legally your landlord is liable as they own the tree and supposedly should have had it checked and trimmed to prevent that.
Nope - if he does that then they are liable for charges against them for breaking and entering. A second of third degree felony, depending on the mood of the courts.
i have 1099c 2- amount of debt canseled 5- if checked, the debtor was personally liable for repament of the debt (x) 7- fair market value of property that mean that i suppose to pay any amount?
yes because you sold it could been old and now hey could get sick
Liable and flyable. I'm not liable if it's not flyable or not reliable!Plyable, Liable,
When driving behind another vehicle at night,
Absolutely yes. You have no right to attach anything to your neighbor's property and will be held liable for any damages thereto.Absolutely yes. You have no right to attach anything to your neighbor's property and will be held liable for any damages thereto.Absolutely yes. You have no right to attach anything to your neighbor's property and will be held liable for any damages thereto.Absolutely yes. You have no right to attach anything to your neighbor's property and will be held liable for any damages thereto.
No, a co signor would not be liable. A co-buyer would be liable.
You are typically liable for any reasonably foreseeable injuries that occur on your property. However, you may not be liable if the person was not in an area they should have been. It would be unforeseeable that a postman would enter a garage when the post box is on the front of your house.Postmen have a legal authority to trespass upon your property with the intent to deliver mail in accordance with Federal Law. Also, If you have a dog running loose when they arrive, they're within the law to refuse your mail delivery. However, that being said, it wouldn't be within the scope of the law for a postman to be swimming in your pool in between mail deliveries.
You can treat this the same way you would treat an accident on the roadway. Ask your insurance broker to contact your neighbor's broker, to settle how the damage is fixed and who pays for it.
The driver and the owner is liable.
the driver and the owner is liable for anything
I'm not very liable to answer this quickly.
You can pack. But it is not advisable. As most of the airlines are non-liable for such items, in case of lost baggage. So it is always advisable to keep any costly item in the cabin luggage.
this depends on the type of drink served and the illness itself for example if it was a canned drink within its consumption date and restaurant served it unopened the restaurant will not be liableif it was an open drink the restaurant will not be liable if it has done all it could to keep the drink safe (checked the presence of foreign objects kept it safe from chemicals etc)manufacturer can most likely be liable depending upon the state of illness once again for example if the illness was allergic reaction and allergin warning is presence on the drink bottle the manufacturter will not be liable
Yes, you are liable for your husbands credit card.
Yes the person crashed the car is directly liable, but if you gave him the car and he was drunk or etc. you are also liable
Guilty and Liable both mean that you are responsible by law. However, you are "liable" in civil cases and determined "guilty" in criminal cases. There is also a difference between state (liable) and federal (guilty).
liable (RESPONSIBLE):The law holds parents liable if a child does not attend school.If we lose the case we may be liable for (= have to pay) the costs of the whole trial.http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=45796&dict=CALDliable (LIKELY):The areas of town near the river are liable to flooding (= are often flooded).[+ to infinitive] He's liable to make a fuss if you wake him.http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=45800&dict=CALD
No, the word 'liable' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun.Example: A good lawyer can help us track down the liable party.The adjective 'liable' describes the noun 'party'.A noun is a word for a person, a place, a thing.The noun related to the adjective 'liable' is liability, a word for a thing.
If the accident was caused by the negligence of any party, then they are liable.
No, You are not liable.
You could be liable yes.