So, I moved out of my apartment mid December 15th and received a itemized list of the charges and I paid in full end of the month December. Mid February my friend in the apartment told me they replaced the carpet. Can they recharge me again after 30 Days from when I moved out? Also, can they charge... Read more »
The landlord can send you a bill. Nothing prohibits that. If you don't pay, they can sue you. Nothing prohibits that either. If they sue, the court will determine if you have any legal obligation to pay it.
to know if i have a case or not... i purchased a car bed for my 3yr old, made by a company that specifically makes various toddler/kids products. This particular toddler bed is designed in a way that can & has caused serious injuries to young children. The specific design has an open "moon... Read more »
While I was at a bar my friend works at she told me I could put my coat in the break room because the door would be locked and no one except employees could get in there. A couple days later I was informed my coat had been stolen and management wasn’t doing anything about it. I contacted the... Read more »
I was at a house and I went to the restroom and when I tried to leave the door wouldn't open, I would lock it then unlock, move the handle multiple times, pull on it, nothing happened, it was stuck. So the people who own the house kicked the door to get me out. Who has to pay for the door me... Read more »
There are arguments either way. They should because as their guest they owed certain duties to you. Offer to pay the cost of a locksmith house call because if all had been calm and had time to wait that's what would have had to be done anyway.
Ex-wife purchased a phone when we had a joint account with t-mobile. After She decided to get a divorce she got her own account and I removed her from mine including being an authorized user. Since she has left and the divorce has been finalized she has not paid for her phone like she said she... Read more »
I trimmed the neighbors bushes that were a fire and safety hazard next to my past residence because my land lord doesnt take care of the property and didnt want to talk to the neighbor. He told me where he thought the property line was so I trimmed the bushes on that line. The neighbor went berserk... Read more »
If you gave landlord your forwarding address before you left, landlord must give you an itemized list of any deductions to your security deposit within 30 days. If he did not, then you can sue him for double the amount wrongfully withheld plus your attorney fees. Use the Find a Lawyer tab here on...Read more »
Sounds fishy. Talk to your bank. Generally, you can stop payment (get them to pay the charges) and sort it out.If the balance hasn't been cashed then you should be ok with a rewrite. Note on the check what it is for.
The viability of your claim will depend on being able to show the medicine made you sick (as opposed to whatever sickness you already had that led you to take the medicine), as well as the nature and extent of your injuries. You can consult with a local products liability lawyer about your specific...Read more »
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