Please consult with a lawyer about the specifics of your case. Also, if you have been sued and served with paperwork, please know that you have a limited period of time in which to file an Answer (respond to the lawsuit) so please make sure you do so within that time period.
The title company's job is to clear your title prior to the conveyance. If there is no judgment lien prior to closing, it may not get paid and released. Then the creditor would probably try to collect from your bank.
Succession is complete. House is in children names.
Loan was for pool in Aug 2016. Lien was put on house at same time. Price of pool $10,655.54. Down-payment of $5,000. Oringinal principal financed $5,655.54.Payments totaled $7,701.49. Remaining principal balance when she passed in Feb.... Read more »
Did you have an attorney involved in the succession? If so, please speak to the attorney about this. If the lien was not resolved through the succession , then the property was transferred subject to the lien so if at the the time the house sales there is a valid lien, then the lien must be...Read more »
Not certain of your question --is it your want to purchase an existing LLC or you to form a LLC? That said, whichever it is, what you should do is start by meeting a business/corporate attorney to make sure whatever it is you want to do is in your best interests. If you are forming an LLC, is the...Read more »
I received an invoice for $200 within 5 minutes of receiving the quote on April 19 to get my bookcase job on her schedule. I received a past due notice in less than 24 hours. It was paid within 24 hours. I was informed the deposit goes towards my balance.
Is there a written contract between the 2 of you and what does it say in regards to the deposit being refundable or non-refundable. If there is no written contract or the contract is silent, then you have a case that it is a refundable deposit, however, depending on the amount of the deposit and...Read more »
I've not finished paying the down payment with the dealership .. the car has some problems not sure of all, I know it would not crank yesterday or today... My first payment with the loan company is 6/17/2022... Can I get out of the contract
In order to properly answer your question, at a minimum, one would need to see the contact to determine if you have purchased the vehicle or if you have simply placed a deposit to purchase a vehicle. Good luck.
I constantly called and texted about having no AC. The summer before it was out for almost the whole summer. The workmanship is subpart at best because now I don't have an operating thermostat. I have to turn the AC/heater on through the breaker box. It seems like a fire hazard. Due to the... Read more »
The terms of your lease would apply. Many leases state exactly how you have to notify the landlord of the problems you're having - for instance, it may have to be in writing. You should speak with an attorney that handles landlord/tenant matters to review your lease and counsel you on the...Read more »
One can always request, but whether or not the request is granted and/or modifies (extends) the bond for deed contract depends on the what was agreed upon ----take a look at the bond for deed contract and see what it says---if it's confusing or not clear, then have an attorney review. That...Read more »
This was for a Shopify dropshipping website. I paid him 3k for a partnership in a website. Signed a contract with him as well. He said he would handle ad management and overall management (emails, calls etc.) We agreed that I would pay for the cost of the ads and Shopify membership. I assumed that... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. The dispute you describe sounds like it met an impasse between your assertion for a new foundation and the insurance carrier's position. One option may be to reach out to Louisiana attorneys to determine...Read more »
Yes, you can, however you need to read and review the listing agreement to see if there are any ramifications you might have if you terminate the listing agreement ahead of time. Also you need to read and review the listing agreement to see what, if anything, it says if you change you mind again...Read more »
The Louisiana Bar Association has a program that you can choose to use if there is a fee dispute. There may he a provision in your contract that provides y'all will use that program if there is a fee dispute.
We knew in advance of an ER trip that medications were inducing hallucinations for my significant other (S.O.), after stopping them twice in a week by stopping the medications. S.O. was ignored by hospital, PEC'd to a mental health facility, who ignored the claims, then CEC'd. Facility... Read more »
More information to properly answer this question is needed and most likely a proper answer can only be provided if one were to review both contracts. If this the situation where the same parties wrote up 1 contract and then agreed to write up a 2nd contract? Or is the property owner party to...Read more »
I DONT own a business but I do know of people in the seafood industry and at time I am able to get great deals. I had a friend who wanted shrimp but he changed the order at the last minute and I had to cancel it. I gave him his 850 dollars cash back but now he is saying I didn't pa him back. I... Read more »
It can be both. If your supposed friend contacts law enforcement and makes some sort of allegation that you committed a crime against him----theft of money is a crime---and the law enforcement officer issues you a summons or arrests you, then you are in the arena of a criminal matter, which must...Read more »
What does your written lease say? Does it say that at the end of the term of the lease you go to month to month or does it renew for the length of the original term--anyway, your lease should tell you what the new management can do in regards to requesting you to move out. Also, the lease should...Read more »
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