I received a lease in April with someone else name on it I talked to the manager once instead of helping me she tried to argue I was this person on the lease I told her they took my i.d last year and gave me a lease in my name and she ended the conversation and told me she would call me back but... Read more »
He dropped it down to impeding traffic but the ticket cost is high. There are no speed limit signs posted on the side of the road I was driving, only on the opposite side in which I can’t see going the opposite direction. The speed limit is 15 mph and I was going 22 mph according to him.
that the car had to be fully paid for the title to exchange hands. Now the buyer is saying the car doesnt work and he wants money back. The car was working when i dropped it off and i still have the title, but i never agreed on any type of return... Read more »
This will be an easy matter with a written agreement determining who does what. Assuming your agreement is "Seller agrees to sell car after Buyer pays X-amount of money", it sounds like, legally, your buyers just bought a broke-down car. BUT, how do you get the rest of your money? How do...Read more »
My landlords house is not even a listed legal rental in Manistee County, MI. She charged us late fees during the covid-19 pandemic. My family and I suffered from. CO2 OF 14.8 on January 3rd, 2021. We had to call city police, fire department and get a heating and cooling professional in here.... Read more »
If your lease is up, it sounds like the landlord may have a right to evict you under a 30-day notice to quit. It doesn't sound like she's evicting you due to lack of rent, which arguably could be challenged as retaliatory.
All I can recommend is for you to keep contacting different attorneys. Every attorney charges differently. But at the end of the day, this is a business. Litigation is expensive, and without a substantial retainer up front, that is all money coming out of the lawyer's pocket.
Staylisted did not do anything to justify their charges. Thay are not willing to give me a copy of the verbal over the phone agreement or a list of their promised services. They charged me over $1,200 for nothing. They have numerous complaints and negative reviews. My business is financially... Read more »
You need to look over your agreement carefully. You might find a clause that says you must either first submit to arbitration and jurisdiction for any suit is in Arizona. That would likely make it cost prohibitive for you to sue for such a relatively small dollar amount unfortunately. You may want...Read more »
The home is being rented out by someone that can’t find another place to live but I need to sell the home due to financial hardship. We are on the mortgage together. What are my options since the other party refuses to corporate?
I got a letter from the Michigan Unemployment Office saying a “question of eligibility and/or qualification has been raised on a claim in which you are an interested party”. The dates they want proof of income on range from 3/2020 all the way to 5/2021.
In the seller disclosure it says the property has had no signs of settlement, foundation or water issues. But there are clear signs of uneven floors. The inspector noted doors not closing because of it being painted too much. Realtor and contractor and inspector said the foundation looked solid... Read more »
Not necessarily. Police departments do a more comprehensive background check than most employers. A domestic violence charge - regardless of underlying facts - is going to be highly scrutinized by any law enforcement agency. Not saying you can't become a police officer, but you need to be...Read more »
that we would like to sell to an adjacent property owner. The buyer suggested quit claim deed for transfer. However, two of my sibling owners listed on the deed have passed away intestate. Both were in California. One had a husband that inherited everything, and the other was unmarried with very... Read more »
Unfortunately, two of the owners of the property are the estates of the two deceased siblings. The representatives of those estates need to sign the deed, and I believe that probate proceedings in California are required in order have an estate representative appointed, and gain approval of the...Read more »
You may be entitled to damages - the return of the extra money sent to the collector - but likely not from your employer. Once a valid garnishment order is received, your employer has a legal duty to keep garnishing until they received legal authority to stop. I don't see how they can be...Read more »
Adam sees ahead of him in the street an individual who, from the rear, looks remarkably like his former girlfriend, Barbara. He sneaks up behind the person, taps the person on the shoulder, and tenderly kisses the person on the cheek. It is not in fact Barbara, but Carla. Carla screams and throws a... Read more »
My son is being offered a plea deal and his court appointed attorney said that in about 5 years, he could get the felony expunged. He has been in jail for 13 months and his trial keeps getting moved out. Can this type of felony be expunged? I am just seeking a second opinion before my son accepts... Read more »
Yes it can. But because it's an assaultive crime, the victim would be contacted for the expungment and have an opportunity to weight in. And like any expungment, just because a person is eligible doesn't mean the judge has to grant it.
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