If the landlord did not sign the lease, but filled it out, how can you get your money back?
This is from my understanding of California Landlord Tenant rules, and should not, in any way to be construed as legal advice, always talk to someone in your area with the ability to advise you legally.But as far as I understand, when it was explained to me, the fact that you signed the lease is the important part. I believe, the fact that the landlord didn’t sign a form they filled in and/or created, and then presented you for your signature, kind of implies, a level of consent on the part of the landlord. Besides that, they can simply sign the lease & thereby make it official & binding, at any time.If, when presented the lease, you signed & dated as the lessee, you agreed to the terms in the lease, as presented to you, by the landlord. If the landlords have your dated signature on their copy, and additionally, accepts your rent money, when due, & has not presented you, with an eviction notice, unlawful detainer, or 3 day PROQ, it seems to me, that the landlord has a reasonable expectation that, you will be fulfilling the terms of the lease. If they have no reason, to want you out of the lease, but you do want out, simply stating,“the landlord didn’t sign the lease copy I have, but he does have a copy, that I did, in fact, sign.”that, is unlikely to get you any traction, on breaking the lease, or being refunded any monies.All of that having been said, IF, the terms of the lease are not being met, (habitability issues, quiet enjoyment issues, etc.) or if any of the clauses, that the landlord is obligated to uphold, are not being upheld, those are issues, that can sometimes, get you out of a lease. Showing there are issues, however, does NOT mean that it will get you out of the lease! Especially, if the issues are solved, addressed or repaired, to the satisfaction of lease terms, and within a reasonable timeframe.If you just don’t like the landlord, think he’s a jerk, or just had a better offer come along, only after you signed the lease, you could be stuck paying penalties to back out of the lease. Which is a great reason to ALWAYS thoroughly read, understand, & know what you are signing, before you sign anything!
How are people able to hack Dish Network?
If you mean creating smart cards to hack the DirecTV and Dish system, then the answer is no.These companies lost money in the past due to smart cards hacks and so invested heavily to get a system in place which is very hard to crack or hack the smart cards.Newer smart cards aren’t easy to hack and there isn’t any major hack reported in the past few years.SlingTV comes at a very low price so it is better and economical to get Sling Subscription rather than buying a hacked smart card.
Can my landlord keep my visitor out of my room after I've given my permission for them to be there?
You will need to check the conditions of your rental agreement. You may not be permitted to have visitors stay overnight if this is what your friend is doing.If there is no such agreement then as long as you are paying your rent in time and are not neglecting or damaging the property than you can have whoever want visit.If you are renting only a room in the house of your landlord you may be in violation of the agreement. Your landlord is renting a room to one person, not two if your frirend sleeps over.If you are renting a room where else are you able to have friends visit, apart from the privacy of your room?I suggest you check your agreement and adhere to what you have signed up for!
How can I deduct on my Federal income taxes massage therapy for my chronic migraines? Is there some form to fill out to the IRS for permission?
As long as your doctor prescribed this, it is tax deductible under the category for medical expenses. There is no IRS form for permission.
How do we tell our landlord to stop coming onto our property without permission?
You look over your rental agreement for anything you might of missed that would give him permission to be on the property, then you check your local landlord tenant act. Go over the information very carefully.If there is something there that gives him "any time/ any reason" access you could find out why and negotiate or wait till the lease is up and move being very careful to read the fine print in the future. Or……If he is breaking the law, you could write him a letter stating facts and letting him know the law and kindly ask that he follow said laws to the letter. Or contact an attorney to do this for you.Either way how you communicate with the landlord will impact the out come. Remember the old saying " you attract more flies with honey", being nice goes a long way.
How would I go about hacking Dish Network?
The only way would be to already have a dish receiver with updated software. Buy a black market smart card and have a dish network satellite dish pointed at the correct satellites.With that being said dish has almost affectively prevented all of that from happening. Remember they pay huge fees for those satellites they have in the sky so they pretty much shut all that down. There once was a time where some company in Canada was selling hacked dish smart cards so dish got smart and started building them into the receivers. Back then Canada's airways weren't regulated, I believe they are now. I recall a time I was at a customer's house and she was telling me shes had dish for years but the work order was for a new connect. But long story short she told me how some government agency came and shut down the whole block and went to everyones house who was getting illegal dish and served them papers she said she was so scared she almost pissed herself. Most of the people on the block ended up getting legit service after that. It was a word of mouth type of service so most of her friends got hit too. Don't mess with dish they know who's connected to there signals, your coordinates are in that receiver once you connect to their satellites just like a cell phoneCord Cutting for Beginners - OTANTENNA
As a market rate tenant, my landlord caught me having my roommates' boyfriend living with us. He did move out. However, can the landlord charge me more for rent since I did not get permission for him to stay there?
You did not say where you live, so I’ll answer as if you lived within NYC. The answer is “No!”.First, if you are paying market rate and you are otherwise good tenants and you pay your rent on time, the landlord would have very little to zero incentive to want to get rid of you.If you’re not good tenants, you cause problems, and you don’t pay your rent on time every month, then the landlord will want to get rid of you, regardless of the “illegal” boyfriend.So the landlord “caught” you, put you on notice, and you cured the problem. Problem over. The landlord cannot punish you as if you were errant children in need of a spanking.Making up some arbitrary, one-sided ‘fine’ or higher rent is not legal if it’s not in the lease, and I assume it isn’t since I have never seen such a clause.So don’t sweat it. Get back to being a good, honest, rent-paying tenant and don’t let the landlord make up illegal threats that have no basis in the lease.
How can I best train a deep neural network to fill a blank within a sentence?
Assuming that you are only filling one character at a time.There are lots of ways to do this, what works best? Who knows. You'll have to try them all.One way would be to train a character based skip-gram net which uses a fixed context window to predict the central character - i.e. the features of the DNN are, say, the 10-20 characters surrounding the central character - and the output is a softmax over all the possible characters in the data - you are training the net to predict the central character given the context and training it by moving a rolling window over your data.Another way to do it would be to use 2 character level language models - paper: Page on fit.vutbr.cz - train one on the training corpus and one on the reverse of the corpus - seed the forward model with everything to the left of the blank, seed the reverse model with the reverse of everything to the right - and average the scores predicted by the two to choose the best character. You could probably adapt Andrej Karpathy's char-rnn toolkit for this : karpathy/char-rnnYou can do something similar for words instead of characters as well by adapting the models to take words as inputs.Predicting multiple characters at once is trickier because the search space is pretty large - you could probably generate the N-best hypotheses for the k character slots only using unidirectional context and 1 of the two language model RNNs and then score the entire completed sentence using both the models - then pick the winning hypothesis.