Anyone can always make an offer, and the seller could even accept their offer while yours is pending. However, if all the conditions of the contract have been fulfilled, or in a house/condo sale, are in the process of being fulfilled, then the seller would likely be liable to you for money damages...Read more »
It was probably repossessed then. Call the tow truck company and find out why they towed it. If you owed money to someone for the truck, and you fell behind on payments, then they have the right to come and take the truck back. If you are current on all your payments, then find an attorney...Read more »
Probably not, without be liable to him for a breach of the warranty. Your proper recourse would be to hire an attorney to sue him for slander. The warranty and the slander probably have no connection whatsoever.
Child support in Ohio usually stops when a child reaches the age of 18 and ceases being a full-time student, or reaches the age of 19, regardless of their school status. However, if your child support obligation is the result of a divorce or shared parenting plan, then whatever is written in the...Read more »
If you have "standing" to file for Child Visitation rights, usually meaning that you have some sort of familial relationship with the child, you simply need to go down to your county Juvenile Court and file what is called a "Complaint for Parenting Time/Visitation."
I divorced in 2011 in Ohio. My former spouse was awarded alimony based on my earning potentional. We had no young children living at home at time of divorce. She has always worked outside of the home. I now reside in Texas working at a job where I make a lot less than I did when we divorced.... Read more »
To modify a spousal support (Ohio calls alimony spousal support) award in a divorce decree, there are a minimum of two threshold requirements: 1) the decree or separation agreement must specifically have made mention that the court would have continuing jurisdiction over the spousal support or the...Read more »
If you have lived in Ohio for the past 6 months, and are currently residing in Ohio now, then you simply need to go down to your County's Common Pleas courthouse and file a Complaint for Divorce. One ground for divorce in Ohio is "living separate and apart" for a year; so, you have...Read more »
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