An unauthorized trespass on another person’s property is called an encroachment. First, one must confirm that the area of land in dispute is in fact owned by your mother. This can be done by hiring a professional surveyor to survey the land to confirm the property boundaries.
The car dealer have approved you, give you the car, took my down payment plus sold me extra protection insurance because the finance company is asking for it in order to approve me. After 12 days they send you a letter saying that they haven't found any finance and they ask for more down... Read more »
The standard CA car dealer contract has a “retail installment sales contract” provision written in the sales contract. This means that if you buy a car that is financed through the dealership, the dealer (typically) has ten days to find a financing company or bank to buy your car contract. If...Read more »
Under Federal law, businesses can refuse service to persons for any reason unless the business is discriminating against a protected class such as race/color, national origin/citizenship status, religion, sex, age, etc. CA has additional protected classes, including marital status, sexual...Read more »
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