How can I get the title back in my name and out of theirs?
answered on Nov 22, 2022
Your only hope is to sue them, but I don't know what you'd allege. When you signed the title to them, voluntarily, it became their car. I know this was all verbal. See an attorney and expect to pay a good amount for someone to take your case.
I moved into an apartment with my girlfriend, both our names are on the lease. She ended up cheating on me and moving out after 2 weeks of living here. She says that she will not pay any rent and so far has refused to. The leasing office informed us on during the signing process on numerous... Read more »
answered on Oct 18, 2022
It's possible that you have a suit against her for contribution, but just because you can sue someone doesn't mean that you are going to get anything from her. See a local lawyer for advice. This is not a criminal matter.
I hope you can cover the rent on your own.
My car is mexican and insurance only covers third party accidents. The sheriff said I needed to go to the city so that they would make the electric company pay for the damages. Inspection determined that the pole fell due to the wood being rotten. The car suffered great damages and is unusable now.... Read more »
answered on Jul 18, 2022
Hopefully, you took several pictures of the car with the downed light pole so that you can prove that the damage to the vehicle was caused by the downed pole. You said that the sheriff was there so the sheriff should have prepared a report, memorializing the downed utility pole and the damage to... Read more »
I received proceedings supplemental in May of this year for $9000 the original judgement was for $6000 dollars. I had no idea about the judgment as I was never served papers and never notified of any judgement against me. Will I be able to fight the interest accrued?
Papers were left in my door saying I needed to show up for court in August I am being sued for like $3000. I have read it over and over again and it does not say who is suing me. So I have no clue who or why I'm being sued for that amount of money.
answered on Jul 27, 2021
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And time could be of the essence in your response. At this point, you may have already sorted this out. If not, contact the clerk of the court and provide whatever information is contained in the paperwork. In most... Read more »
State of Indiana. I’ve received subpoenaed/ summons for this small claims a few different times but have been ignoring it as for I do not have the money to pay at this time. This last time though, I got a summons with an actual court date saying I am ordered to appear in court and answer... Read more »
answered on Mar 27, 2021
An Indiana attorney should advise you, as your question could involve state-specific civil procedure practices. However, your question remains open for two weeks, and as a GENERAL matter, it would not be good to ignore those things. As a GENERAL matter nationwide, ignoring summons & complaint... Read more »
Find out if there is a summons for me or court date in Indiana
Us what can we ask our lawyer to due, I don't believe paying for move and deposit, is enough after us loosing our home after 19.5 yrs, and during this pandemic and winter
answered on Feb 10, 2021
Your landlord would not be prevented from selling the property to another owner. However, whether the new owners are justified in filing an eviction against you would depend on if you have violated a term of the lease or one of the tenant obligations called for under Indiana law.
Debt was for boarding livestock. Land owner stopped paying me for farm labor so I stopped paying the board bill. Debt is from over 13 yrs ago. I dispute the debt and amt due to their handling of money owed to me for work done. I had been making small automated bill-pay paymentsover the years... Read more »
answered on Feb 10, 2021
If they do sue, your argument for the 10-year limit would appear to be a strong defense.
Signed up in january- for classes once a week until end of may.
They switched to online classes but since i have hardwood floors and not a lot of space and i was doing tap dance i asked for a refund, they said this was not to be inplace of a dance class. that it was just to keep your body... Read more »
answered on Sep 11, 2020
An Indiana attorney could answer best, as consumer issues could involve state law. But as a general matter of contract law, it could depend on how the agreement was written, in terms of how it addressed certain unforeseeable or foreseeable intervening events. These types of situations have... Read more »
My husband had a small office space attached to his brother in laws machine shop business. His wife, my husband's sister, took many of his expensive tools, probably about 1000 worth, out of the office and won't return them. They also took a check from his mailbox and at first refused to... Read more »
answered on Aug 22, 2020
Has he made a police report?
So today these new neighbors in my apartment complex decided to let their son like 6 or 7 pee next to my car and not only that but in front of my 7 year old daughter who already has issues and I told the mom hey can you please not let him do that by my car or in front of my child and she then... Read more »
answered on Apr 3, 2020
This is not a criminal law question.
Me and my ex husband got evicted back in 2015 went to court they won, I haven't worked since the court ended in 2017 well they are trying to say I work which I don't but take me to court for money well at the time of mine and my ex husband court date he agreed to take full responsibility... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2020
Yes, unfortunately, the apartment can still come after you for the debt that you signed on for with your husband, and any of your other creditors for the same type of situation can also come after you. While your divorce agreement is a court order and does make your ex-husband liable for the debts,... Read more »
She has not answered her phone and seems to have up and moved away. She gave them to a bird rescue, where he acknowledges the birds are mine (we messaged and talked by phone) but says I have to legally go after her, not him. I have proof in writing that this woman and I had an agreement and that... Read more »
answered on Dec 10, 2019
Based on the facts, it appears you do have a civil claim for approximately 1600.00 against your friend. The problem is you will need to locate her in order to effectively bring the lawsuit. Also, if you believe she lives in the state of Indiana, the lawsuit will need to be filed in Indiana. The... Read more »
I am joint owner of a house in Indiana via a quit claim deed that states "joint tenants with rights of survivorship". The other joint owner who is my grandma is now in a nursing home and has severe dementia. My aunt took power of attorney over her healthcare and has filed a lawsuit... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2019
If the deed is to you and your grandmother as joint tenants with right to survivorship, you own half of the property (the house and lot) and your grandmother owns half of the property. That's called an undivided interest because each of you has equal rights to the entire property. Indiana... Read more »
Rental agreement lapsed. Tenant was contacted 24 hr in advance via phone but the number was disconnected. Tenant claims we violated their rights. We called another resident 2 1/2hr prior and they agreed to let us in verbally.
answered on May 9, 2019
The tenant has more leagal rights than you have given them. Hire a lawyer and fix the problem before it worsens.
Indiana Code 32-31-3-13(4)
Rent paid in full
answered on May 3, 2019
The statute you linked answers your question.
"(4) To reimburse the landlord for utility or sewer charges paid by the landlord that are:
(A) the obligation of the tenant under the rental agreement; and
(B) unpaid by the tenant."
If the utilities... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2019
What's the question? Report him to the police, freeze your credit if you are afraid that a loan has been taken out in your name or other accounts established and look into filing a claim against him for any damages you have incurred.
I thought statute of limitations was well expired. I haven't recieved a single notice for YEARS. Kid in college now. Really cannot afford even a dime. As a tipped employee, my actual pay isn't on a check to be garnished. When I read BBB reviews for Sentry Management, it makes me nervous... Read more »
answered on Jan 14, 2019
Statute of limitations of limitations for back rent is 6 years. You absolutely need to respond, because even if the charges are past the statute of limitations, you need to respond to point this out, otherwise they could obtain a default judgment against you regardless of the statute of... Read more »
I help someone get a place for rent. The property management co. said they needed my name on the lease. I said I didn't think I should sign it since I wouldn't be living there. They said that was ok, they just need me to sign it so they can use my credit numbers to get the house rented... Read more »
answered on Nov 19, 2018
This is 100% legal. You signed the lease agreement and agreed to be held responsible for the rent. They didn't receive rent and now they are coming after you for it.
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