My car was towed from a shopping lot but signs were not easily viable. Can I Sue for my money back
answered on Oct 28, 2019
A New Hampshire attorney could answer you best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could be an exercise in frustration to go after it because you could be losing a good chunk of a day of work, filing fees, and preparation of documents, going back and taking photos to prove your point... Read more »
Girl friend leaves me moves to another state 3 days later breaks into my house throu a window, gets her belonging, my sons which thers no court order on custody an takes some of my stuff... i called the cops an they said nothin they can do settle it in small claims...
answered on Jun 1, 2019
If the only thing she took was her own property and no or little damage occurred to house, i believe they were exercising their discretionary authority to not pursue criminal charges
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 am a legal resident of this place. There is a sign saying unauthorized vehicle will be towed at owners expense. I did not want to put sticker on my bumper of my new car because of paint. Ive paid the money because I have no choice I need my car. Losing my car costed me several hours of overtime... Read more »
answered on Apr 30, 2018
This is not a civil rights issue. If it wasn't registered then the owner of the property has rights. You should have notified them about your car being on the property without an inspection sticker. If you can prove they knew it was your car and you were there legally you may have an argument,... Read more »
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 »
I received a complaint from a debt buyer lawsuit.
In the statement of consumer debt it states:
In accordance with Small Claims Rule 4.1(D)(3), the undersigned submits this Statement:
This also is used further down:
Interest, charges, and fees calculated as set forth... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2018
I looked over the rules and I don't see them in there either. You can file a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim for which relief can be granted and state the same reasons you stated here. He might be using old rules that have been updated and no one ever called him on it. The... Read more »
a portion of a garage into an apartment. I was paid in full for the work I performed. Plaintiff filed suit claiming that an inspection was performed and the work was failed. I obtained a copy of the building inspector file and found that she lied about the inspection and that the work on the... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2017
Even if everything you state above is true, you still need to prove it in court. If it's a significant amount of money, it may be worth hiring an attorney.
I was told the car was safe, it had a current inspection sticker. Brought it to meineke after purchase to find out the entire rear frame and control arms are rotted out, one was broken the other was about to go. This car was not at all safe to be driven and could have killed me and possibly others... Read more »
answered on Jan 21, 2017
Yes, of course. Here is a link to a lawyer in New York that does Lemon Law: www.kaselllawfirm.com/
He may be able to point you in the right direction since you are up in New Hampshire.
He helped a neighbor move to be nice. She said he broke the ac, which is 6+years old. Both said it was working when he left. She said it worked until she unplugged it. She's threatening a lawsuit.
answered on Sep 28, 2016
He doesn't HAVE to pay anything until a Court orders him to. If the A/C is really that old, it's probably not worth much and I find it unlikely that someone would file a lawsuit (and pay a filing fee) for such a small amount. Even if they did file a lawsuit, they'd need to prove... Read more »
answered on Jul 18, 2011
You may want to check the New Hampshire Statutes for discovery requirements in small claims cases..
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