Medical records of deceased mother
My mother passed away quite suddenly of breast cancer. Both my sister (who has power of attorney) and I have called the oncologist who treated our Mom and left messages for the doctor to call us. My Mother had 3 daughters and 2 granddaughters we want information to tell our doctors. The doctor has not returned any of our phone calls.
How can we proceed to get this necessary information? My sister does have power of attorney and is the personal representative of our Mother’s estate.
Power of Attorney vs. Proxy Letter
I would like to knwo what the difference is between these two terms. I am translating a document in which a person must submit a power of attorney or (I think) a proxy letter. The terms in the foregin language both seem to mean power of attorney. It would be helpful to know the difference so that I can apply this knowledge to my translation.
I rented a home to a woman in 2005. She subsequently broke the lease, caused damage, and stole items from the property. Due to financial and personal reasons including but not limited to moving twice between two states I am just now filing my small claims case. My question is this. Is my own lease going to be my downfall and her gain? The following paragraph is in my lease (I downloaded from the Internet)
Tenant agrees, without protest, to reimburse Landlord for all actual and reasonable expenses incurred by way of Tenant’s violation of any term or provision of this lease, including, but not limited to $10.00 for each Notice to Pay, Notice to Quit or other notice mailed or delivered by Landlord to Tenant due to Tenant’s non-payment of rent, all court costs and attorney’s fees and all costs of collection. Both Landlord and Tenant waive trial by jury and agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction and venue of a court of subject matter jurisdiction located in …….County, State of ……. In such event, no action shall be entertained by said court or any court of competent jurisdiction if filed more than one year subsequent to the date the cause(s) of action accrued.
I wish to repossess a snowmobile that another party is holding. In the Forcible Entry and Detainer for Personal Property Complaint Form it talks about a Notice to Quit. Do I need to serve this notice in Maine
notice to quit
When giving a notice of eviction is it ok to just write it on a plain piece of paper with the reason for the eviction. Also can I enter the apartment property with out the tenant being there, If i have given them a written notice that i will be inspecting it weekly?