If it is your property then you would not be breaking in regardless of how you chose to enter or had to enter (as when locking oneself out) the property. Obviously this does not apply if there is a court order stating otherwise due to marital problems or something of that nature.
No, if you were evicted you no longer have a lawful right to enter.
It probably is illegal to break into a house even if you used to live there. I suggest that you just ask the new owner if you forgot something there.
yes it is alswyas legal as long as you own the house
That will be specified in the contract. If it is a lease, you may break the lease if the house is not livable, or by following the terms in the lease.
If you own the property.(that is if you burying it at your house)
I wouldn't say your 'allowed' to, but it's possible.
If you are renting I would contact the owner for permission to do repairs or work on the house.
what happens if you break a legal contract
I would say just about any dog left to their own devices long enough would break your house just fine.
18 plus-you have to be a legal adult to be bound by contract.
NO coz it's ur house!! NO coz it's ur house!!
If you own the house, and both you and your sister are legal adults, yes. If you are both living with your parents, and they own the house, then it's not a decision you get to make. Being in Alaska doesn't change the answer.
A basement is part of a home. It is legal for someone to build and own a basement bar. If one is renting a house, then a check with the landlord would be in order.
it is ilegal unless you have permission
No it is not legal. You need to have the others person's permission even if you are at your own house.
Rome refused him a "legal" divorce, so he started his own church.
If they are your own child there is none
YEsS, it is, even if Bushman says it isnt and if dumb A** Paul isnt smart
You can move out of your parents house at 17 with their permission, but if you're planning on running away without permission, no. I don't think you can own a house because techinically you're not a legal adult, but you can live alone in a house that your parents technically own, then that's ok.
Most shelters will house a person for as long as they need housing. It is legal for a person to live in a garage if they own the house, but illegal if they are using an abandoned house.
The only way to "own" a house is to purchase it from the legal owner.
Basically yes- they own the house, they're making you leave. There's no legal definition of "kicking somebody out".
Do you have any valuable items that can break easily? Are the kids really nice? I would prefer baby sitting at my own house cuz you never know what is in the clients house.
It does not break the law, but it does break the Runescape rules.