I have a court ordered lien for the clients proceeds and an order against the firm that represents the client. The firm state the knew about the lien but not the order against the firm’s and they gave the client the money instead.
You will probably need a TN attorney to get the Clerk and the Sheriff to execute a Levy against the firm's Bank Account. It would be necessary to know what Bank they use. There are Fees for each Levy. You apparently have a Judgment but now you have 10 years to collect.
June 10 2022, from TDOT , employees an customers will have no where to park, the attorney i have now, went on vacation same day. How many days , do i have to reply, so the court, sees it as failure to reply, an give possession to TDOT, of my entire parking lot. Please advise , urgent matter i... Read more »
Your Summons should tell you that your Answer is due within 30 days of Service. Hire a competent attorney. Fair Compensation can be asked for, and a suit might bring in more money. But the Government has Eminent Domain powers. You should ask for enough money to build another parking lot.
Is the truck in your possession? If not, and you did not perfect the lien on the title, then the buyer could sell it. You will need an attorney to look at the contract and the facts prior to doing anything else. Otherwise you could be charged with theft or conversion.
I put a down payment on a car and 2 weeks later they called and said they were taking it back because I changed jobs. I was told it was illegal for them to keep my down payment. Is that true? Because they shouldn't be allowed to keep my money if they take the car for no reason. They have done... Read more »
You may or may not have a Governmental Tort Liability Act/ 18 USC Section 1983 action, as it sounds like you were not charged. But you will need damages, which are capped. Consult with a competent attorney.
I want a police escort and need to know the proper way to handle this. My roommate was going into my room and stealing my things and I have proof on camera. She is bitter and is refusing to let me have my belongings. She claims I have plenty of money and parents to buy myself replacements of... Read more »
The Plaintiff (Landlord) won the Detainer Warrant hearing by default as I could not appear due to my being hospitalized the night before the Hearing at 9 am. (However, I had no real defense, I was behind and had no way to come up with what I owed; 2 months rent, so I was expecting to lose at the... Read more »
If you are still in possession ten days after the Judgment, then the landlord can ask for a
Writ of Possession to issue. Usually the Sheriff will contact you to leave prior to force, but it is not required. Not going to Court probably forfeited your Security Deposit which you did not...Read more »
Hi! Im an independent contractor working in the audio engineering field. Back in November, the company managing production for a local venue asked one of their regular independents for recommendations for more people to bring in and I was asked to come in for one day. After completing the gig, the... Read more »
I have paid 85% of the contract price but stopped making payments because I want to sue the seller for the amount I’ve paid so far. Does the non disclosure of the liens by the seller open the door for breach of contract and refund?
The Bulk Sale Law is probably violated. But you will need to examine your potential defendant. If no disclosure was made, then breach of contract may not have occurred. Obviously you did not check this out prior to purchase. Hire a competent attorney to examine your choices.
Our father passed and my siblings sold my vehicle without my permission nor did I recieve any money from the sell. They forged the title and kept the vehicle and all out of my knowledge till after our fathers funeral . what are the statue of limitations on a case like this and what can I do about it
I had a lien filed against me for a judgement against just me (not spouse). My home is held a Tenancy by The Entirety with spouse. The judgement holder tried to foreclose on my "survivorship interest", which went nowhere. Do I have to pay this to sell my house or is there some workaround?... Read more »
You interest could possibly be executed upon. Most buyers will not take your title however. Judgment Liens are good for ten years from date of Judgment, unless extended, which happens frequently. Even it the Lien lapses, it will still be in your title unless the creditor or a court removes it....Read more »
Obviously you did not check out your target prior to suit, which is a mistake. It may or may not be ever collectible. In your situation, hiring a collection attorney is probably the best option because learning about assets and collection methods would be difficult and useless.
I called a bankruptcy lawyer in 2020, she said it was not worth going bankrupt if I was on social security. Social security could not be garnished. So I just stopped paying the loan company, the balance is a little over $3000.
It can be as arguably disturbing the peace, and the LEO might find other charges. You can defend yourself in Court, but the Judge is not going to be impressed with First Amendment Rights, even if he dismisses the same. Be careful of Contempt of Court.
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