answered on Mar 19, 2023
They will execute on all bank accounts in your name so you should empty them fast.
answered on Mar 19, 2023
I assume that you owe the money. Consider your assets, i.e., what you own, such as a house and any other real property, automobiles, stocks and bonds, and any other debts you may have - other credit card debt, personal loans, mortgages, and income tax arrears immediately come to mind. Also... Read more »
I owe a credit card Co. a lot, and they got a judgment. I recently received a court email saying that they have filed a writ of execution.
What exactly does that mean?
answered on Mar 15, 2023
A writ of execution is a formal document issued by a court that authorizes a sheriff to levy upon the property of a judgment debtor. RSA 527:12 (1997) (amended 2000); 5 R. Wiebusch, New Hampshire Practice, Civil Practice and Procedure § 60.02, at 474 (1998).
My firm's primary... Read more »
answered on Jan 7, 2023
A suit can be brought in state district or superior court given the $20,000 amount. There could be other factors, such as whether a federal question is involved but I doubt it given your description.
A teacher announced that my daughter is on a 504 care plan in her classroom and also said that “she is falling behind and that she needs to speak to her 504 plan case manager because she is recommended to go to Saturday school to catch up” verbatim. Is this against any HIPAA or ferpa or any... Read more »
answered on Nov 29, 2022
It certainly sounds like it, particularly if that was "announced".
Property is owned by a corporation, where the driver of the truck is the president. The truck was registered in NH without insurance and was registered to the corporation.
answered on Apr 28, 2022
Good morning. From what you've described, you should be able to pursue a lien against the person's real property in NH.
In the state of NH, if I decide to publish embarrassing, but accurate, information about another person, does simply giving that person the opportunity to talk me out of publishing constitute blackmail, if talking itself is the one thing that other person doesn't want to do?
I got one... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2020
Like many things in life. The answer to this question depends what the information consists of. There are criminal charges for blackmail (extortion), revenge porn and others. It largely depends on the nature of the embarassing information and the intent you possess that may dissuade publication.... Read more »
answered on Sep 24, 2020
Something may have gotten left off when you uploaded your post. You could try posting again (don't included personal details about yourself or the case), or you could reach out to New Hampshire attorneys to discuss the case. Good luck
By the European Cental Banks (Fed is funded by those banks) are unconstitutional under the 14th amendment ?
answered on Mar 30, 2020
The fourteenth amendment does not apply to any sort of "bank debt" per se--European or otherwise. The fourteenth amendment--among many other things--protects all individuals subject to the Constitution--and certain entities--from a state government "taking" of property without... Read more »
I was bit by a pit bull. Why would he do this. I gave no consent
answered on Nov 5, 2018
You can call the NH Professional Board of Conduct for attorneys and file a complaint. They will investigate and make a ruling on the matter. Good luck!
I bought a used car through a private sale. The man who sold the car lied about its condition and guaranteed that it would pass inspection. When I questioned him on guaranteeing NH inspection, he then had a mechanic back him up. He had me meet him at the mechanic shop, and the mechanic said he... Read more »
answered on Apr 4, 2018
You could call your local police department, and the Attorney generals office and file a complaint, they could investigate the allegation and if the mechanic did in fact pass a car and give you an inspection sticker illegally, take away his ability to give them out, fine him, or even charge him... Read more »
answered on Jan 26, 2018
Waivers can be enforceable but it depends on many factors including who signed it, their age, what is being waived, how long before the event it was signed etc....the only way to properly have it analyzed is to bring the waiver to an attorney promptly and remember there are strict time limits you... Read more »
Failure to supervise an employee whose actions created an uncomfortable environment (include abuse of power and discrimination).
answered on Jan 23, 2018
It may depend on the facts of the case and the remedies allowed by contract or statute and whether or not it could be a Human Rights Commission type claim. If this is a straight forward negligence claim then it would be three years but and this is a BIG but, the person bringing suit has to exhaust... Read more »
answered on Oct 19, 2017
Depends on what kind of Motion it is, generally speaking-10 days...
judge also never executed the Motion and went along with the jury trial !
answered on Oct 19, 2017
The rules of the court state if the defendant does not respond to the summary judgement motion, then the case will be dismissed. Courts like to dismiss cases so this is unusual, if the summary judgment motion was not filed within the time frame of the rules that were set by the parties then the... Read more »
We have a person who's shrinking the entrance way which will be causing a safety issue for those below this barrier. The owner won't reason nor remove the problem. She's doing this just to cause a problem for everyone below her property. This all started because she doesn't want... Read more »
answered on Oct 19, 2017
One way to deal with this problem is to look at the documents that formed the private road to see what the rules say about how to deal with this and who is responsible-since you share the road with someone else. If you cannot resolve the issue you can go to court and have a judge make a ruling that... Read more »
My 92 year old uncle signed a power of attorney over to my cousin. When my uncle realized my cousin was mismanaging the money and estate he revoked power of attorney to this man. At present at least $ 60,000. is missing along with car keys, house keys, and documents. I am the new Power of... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2016
You should act quickly to protect your uncle's rights. You likely have claims against the cousin for breach of fiduciary duty, among other things. Your legal options will vary greatly depending on the facts. Speak to a civil litigation attorney as soon as possible.
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