I was manipulated into auto loan in 2016. I feel into hard time and a divorce and ended up living in my car in 2016. I started to become late but always found a way to catch up. I got back on my feet slightly in 2018 and ended up pregnant. I couldn't afford the car payments and they kept using... Read more »
The statute of limitations does not apply to an existing case. The SOL is the date to bring a case. You did the right thing so far. Your issue is lack of service. You are going to have to prove you did not live with your brother when he was served as your household.
It could sometimes depend on what the entities require, based on their own policies and practices. Ordinarily, the legal instrument establishes a power of attorney. However, some institutions, such as banks, will still request the letters "POA" included for financial transactions such as...Read more »
She begged me for the dog and said she can pay $1000 for him now & $1350 later. She then took him to the vet several times because he had diarrhea from the food the vet said she fed him . I told her i will refund her and take him back but she said she will handle everything and now she said... Read more »
My grandmother has a will which lists my father and two aunts as beneficiaries. The will states that if one of those parties predeceases her, their share will be given to their children. In 2017, my father passed away. In Februaryof 2021, my grandmother (dads mom) passed away. My aunts have not... Read more »
I’ve been an anesthesia technician for 19 years(traveler since 2011). I was on assignment in nyc at Harlem Hospital(April 2021-September 2021) & had been extended(asked to renew my contract to stay on to keep working) 3 times(I accepted). I was asked to extend a 4th time right... Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for a week. At this point, you could repost your question under the Employment Law category. You are correct about this matter being related to health care law, but an employment law attorney would probably have the strongest insight here about your rights....Read more »
It sometimes depends on the terms of the underlying agreement. Some agreements include arbitration clauses, where arbitration is a designated forum for handling disputes. Some agreements also include forum clauses, where a civil court in a designated county must be used. That's why it...Read more »
my mother who rented from our old landlord was promised that the three houses (trailers) would have foundation under all of them. when the ink was placed and the money spent we were stuck with 3 trailers that had no foundation, were not up to code, and now are slowly destroying themselves because... Read more »
In order to determine whether you have a potential cause of action against the seller, the contract that was signed will need to be reviewed. I suggest scheduling a consultation with a local attorney to have the contract and the facts of your situation properly reviewed so that you can receive the...Read more »
Financial obligation. Is there a way to back out of a car loan I am the co-owner of without impacting the main loan holder or is there a way to get lower payments of even possible help with payments Thru any programs?
While filing bankruptcy will release you of the obligation under the car loan, the other borrower will not be relieved and the lender can recall the loan and reposses the vehicle if the other borrower is unable to pay on their own.
My mother lived in this apartment and I took it over . The landlord knew about me taking it over and agreed to it . I never signed any paperwork . He hasn’t fixed one single whole in the walls . Hasn’t got me a new fridge or a working stove . I’ve been here since November and have been paying... Read more »
If you have been paying rent directly to the landlord and the landlord has accepted your payments, you shouldn't have to rely on "squatter's rights" but are instead a tenant entitled to legal protections afforded by the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 as well...Read more »
Landscaping contractor kept making mistakes on the patio job that was supposed to be 3-days. I paid for material upfront but refuse to pay the other 50% of the invoice for labor. The job took six months. The job started in July 2021, the invoice was issued in Sept 2021 and the job didn't... Read more »
Yes if you are in default, the finance company may repossess the car without prior notice. That does not mean that you no rights. It is necessary to review the contract to know exactly. That said, you have at least the following rights:
The right to receive a notice immediately after the...Read more »
I'm Pro Se in a NY case and I requested a default judgment as defendants never responded or appeared in court. The defendants are also in NY and are now claiming personal jurisdiction and improper service. My understanding is that there is a time frame for them to argue personal jurisdiction.
In order to "open" (vacate) a default, defendants must argue that they have an excuse for failing to respond to a Summons and must assert a valid ("meritorious") defense (not a high bar on vacating a judgment), which includes the defense of lack of jurisdiction -- which would...Read more »
I was not injured by the treatment but the issue the dentist failed to fix(misaligned bite) causes me constant discomfort. He has prolonged this miserable feeling by wasting a year of my time with shady treatment. He accomplished nothing and refused a refund because he “saw nothing wrong”. A... Read more »
You would want a medical malpractice lawyer that handles dental malpractice claims. Not as many medical malpractice lawyers handle dental claims because malpractice litigation is extremely expensive and usually dental malpractice claims have limited damages. The concern with dental malpractice...Read more »
Good evening. I am lending capital to a real estate investor in my area and in turn I will be receiving 10% interest for a total of one year. I will receiving two documents, a promissory note and the loan agreement, and I would like a lawyer to review to make sure my interests are protected and... Read more »
I have noted in writing and in person that I will not and cannot use this warranty, I dont keep my car for longer than 2-3 years and will never use it. The extended warranty would extend the basic warranty from 3 to 5 years. I never have a car that long and have asked for it to be removed. Is this... Read more »
I was due a 10k sign on bonus after a year of working with this company. They agreed to pay it but never did so I quit, they then used that as a excuse to not pay me. Now we’ve settled the lawsuit out of court & they want me to dismiss first then they would pay me. Shouldn’t I get paid... Read more »
I don't ever file a dismissal of an employment law claim brought by my client before the settlement is paid. The settlement agreement should have language discussing a procedure for you agreeing to withdraw within a certain amount of time after getting paid. If you did not have a lawyer when...Read more »
I was placed on a job in NYC. The firm that pays my expenses has been weeks behind. And I also learned they don’t reconcile. In addition, when I gave my notice. They told me I had to move to remote. With only a few days warning. I came down with Covid. And they are not paying my expenses. Even... Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. You could try reposting and adding Employment Law as a category. There's no guarantee all posts ultimately receive an answer, but the additional category could improve chances for response. If still no response, you could reach out to...Read more »
You need to consult a lawyer but typically if a business is sold the buyer is the successor to the seller vis-a-vis existing contractual obligations, unless such are expressly excluded from the sale which in theory could result in seller's liability.
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