before being raided. i was about to run to the bank to deposit money. i had counted the amount i had in hand. it was 11830$. but only 10500$ was on teh evidence.. as soon as they had me in handcuffs in my room. seein i had money layin out.. i had camera up. i smerkly said dont do something... Read more »
answered on Aug 14, 2022
Civil forfeiture is generally a separate proceeding if you're contesting it - but if they outright stole your money and are wondering what will happen the real answer is nothing unless you do something about it. What would you do? Likely ask the BCI to open up an investigation.
answered on Sep 12, 2019
You could check the school's course policy. Schools can impose their own specific conditions, such as attaining a certain grade in a course, etc. If you have an academic advisor, maybe they could help explain your rights. Good luck
so you walk into a Subway in the sign on the glass usually states, make it what you want. Well if you try to order a wrap let's triple or quadruple me, they claim that corporate policies do not let you. Wouldn't that be considered false advertisement because now I'm not getting to be... Read more »
answered on Aug 18, 2019
With those types of statements, the underlying premise is that the customer's wishes would be fulfilled, within a standard of reasonableness, not necessarily in a literal sense; or in this case, within the reasonable guidelines of their corporate policies. You could consult with an attorney to... Read more »
I received a letter in the mail today that threatened legal action for a debt from over 5 years ago. The debt is from when I lived in Maryland. I have not lived there for the last 5 years. I've been living in North Dakota. The debt is for $9,000 and is the result of having been evicted when I... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2019
If the MD stature is 3 years, then the statute has expired and they cannot sue you.
I did not give permission for it to leave this area, nor was I notified when it did. Is there a legal way to force him to return the equipment to the place he picked it up?
answered on May 16, 2018
Yes, tell him that you want your equipment back and give him a reasonable time limit (ten days, thirty days, etc.) to return it back to you. Inform him that you will report it has been stolen if he fails to return the equipment.
I thought I read they had 5 days to show proof they had proving debt is mine? Also if they do file with the court will I be notified?
answered on Jan 20, 2018
Call an attorney who deals with this type of case. They do not have to file immediately.
It was taken to a mechanic and the mechanic stated the owner knew the engine was bad and put a pipe through the muffler to make it sound loud and then said it was one of those fancy mufflers that made noise. Also that it burned a little oil. But the fact was, the engine was so bad, the oil was... Read more »
answered on Jan 5, 2018
You may or may not have a warranty claim. The answer is dependent on the conditions of the sale. I would contact an attorney who deals in this type of claim.
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