Im willing to pay off a collection in full in return to take the derogatory mark off of my credit, do they have the right to reject removal or do they legally have to remove it. ( by they i mean the collection agency)
You can use the search functions on this site or many others to find an attorney that practices family law. Call around and see who you like and would be comfortable hiring. If money is an issue, you could also call around to local legal aid clinics or local bar associations for referrals. There...Read more »
Depends on the claims. Breach of contract is 6 years is most cases; consumer protection act claims are one year; property damage three years. It all just depends on the nature of your case. You'd be wise to consult local counsel.
We were not evicted. We have an open courts case over domestic violence and made to leave our residence until court due to restraining order. Our roommate went into our apartment and removed all our belongings and thrown in garage. He also had my vehicle towed to the impound lot. What can I do... Read more »
I have a judgement by default from 2016 for 25k @5.5% . The debtor was a business owner who took money/property from multiple people before taking everything of value from the business and ran away. I did get a wage garnishment for a couple years, only because of a rumor and some luck until he was... Read more »
It's a business. Closed or not, you can sue them where the contract was entered into, where the product was to be delivered, or any particular county where they have a principal place of business, or where the contract specifies. If they are out of business, you may be able to obtain a...Read more »
The seller is keeping the plate and I don't have another plate to transfer to it. I know the vehicle needs to be insured before I drive it, but if I drive it home without a plate I'll surely get pulled over, right?
It stemmed from an incident where I requested reimbursement for my car being towed unbeknownst to me. I have been attempting to contact the required party but wasnt able to get anywhere. I called the office to speak with manager, I was told she's not in, I replied I know what car she drives I... Read more »
i separated from my husband on June 28th 2019 and me and my current fiancee got pregnant in November the due date is July 15th of this year. my ex husbands lawyer says that in order to get a divorce we need to have paternity test done and i see no reason why when there is no possibility of him... Read more »
You would be wise to consult with a lawyer on this issue. The reason is because your husband (who is not your ex until the judge signs the divorce order) is the presumptive father under the law. He doesn't want to get hit with a request for child support in the future or deal with paternity at...Read more »
The tenant in my property in Tennessee did not give the proper notice they did not give 30 days. They are requesting I keep the security deposit. I was in touch with the tenant we did a walk-through on April 2 and there was damage. I have receipts showing the cost of damage and it overrides their... Read more »
A security deposit is intended to cover unpaid rents and damage when a tenant vacates. If the security deposit does not cover the damange/unpaid rent, the recourse is to provide the tenant with proper notice that you'll be keeping the deposit, an accounting of the damages and cost of repairs,...Read more »
Much more information is needed here. You should first look to the operating agreement for a remedy. If there's not one, demand the money back from the member. Otherwise, you may need to consider litigation against the member for misappropriation of company funds. In any event, you would be...Read more »
Need more info to answer the question. What kind of case? There are jurisdiction laws in every county. Depending on the type of case, there's subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, and venue. Facts are important.
The company that's suing me is not who I signed this old contract with. This debt has been written off and I just realized looking at paperwork today, I never signed a contract with the company thats suing me. How can they legally sue me when I never had a legal contract sign by me with them?
They original creditor may have sold the contract/debt to a debt buying company. This is common. Just because a debt is "written off" doesn't mean that an original creditor or subsequent creditor cannot attempt to collect. However, you may have defenses. You would be wise to contact...Read more »
Without knowing more about the case hard to say why you have been served a subpoena. But, you should read the instructions on the subpoena carefully. Subpoenas are legal process that require you to attend hearings, trials, etc., and to maybe produce documents. If you are unsure of the instructions...Read more »
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