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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Real Estate Law for Maryland on
Q: I Have A Wrongful Detainer Case I Filed A Motion - - Motion Of Reconsideration

I Have A Wrongful Detainer Case I Filed A Motion - - Motion Of Reconsideration The Motion Says Not Ruled On Judgment In Favor Of Plaintiff The Motion Of Reconsideration Say No Legal Bases Gavin For The Motion Of Reconsideration .... Of Both Motions I Put (MD Cts & Jud Pro Code § 5-103 (2019)... Read more »

Daniel Staeven
Daniel Staeven answered on Nov 17, 2021

While you may have cited the correct code section dealing with reconsideration motions, the Judge does not have to find for you just because of that code section cite. You must provide a legal basis with additional facts to show the judge that the initial ruling was wrong.

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2 Answers | Asked in Collections for Maryland on
Q: MD CCU debt for car that had engine damage and was sold and no longer in my possession

Marryland Central collection unit is after me for a car that I had but was sold off, as the engine got damaged but I didn't return the title/plates. Now they are asking for tax arrears

Daniel Staeven
Daniel Staeven answered on Nov 8, 2021

Typically, the Central Collections unit will set up a payment arrangement with you. Additionally, they can be paid over the course of 5 years through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. You should contact an attorney to guide you through this process.

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3 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy for Maryland on
Q: I am trying to find a Pro Bono Lawyer who can help with me bankruptcy

I am needing a clean start

Daniel Staeven
Daniel Staeven answered on Oct 26, 2021

I suggest going to the Bankruptcy Court's Debtor Assistance Project. An attorney can help you fill out the forms and provide general assistance. The website for this project is:

https://www.mdb.uscourts.gov/programs-services/debtor-assistance-project

Good luck in the future.

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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Collections for Maryland on
Q: Does time barred debt cover school tuition in Maryland from 2009
Daniel Staeven
Daniel Staeven answered on Oct 25, 2021

It depends. What type of school debt are you talking about? Is this a private school for children? Or, private loans for undergraduate or graduate schools? Or, loans for a college education? The type of debt will depend on whether it is time-barred or not.

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2 Answers | Asked in Foreclosure for Maryland on
Q: Hello,I have been living/renting my home for over 4 years with the understanding of ownership

But now is going to be auctioned In the upcoming months can I stop it and pay for it

Daniel Staeven
Daniel Staeven answered on Oct 7, 2021

You will not be able to stop the foreclosure sale unless you are a title owner of the property. You can, however, buy the property at the auction sale.

Good luck to you.

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2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy for Virginia on
Q: SOMETHINGS NOT RIGHT ON THIS WHAT BANK SAYING..HELP ME

1 divorce way way back 24 yrs ago..a 13 medical cause.not 5.how do I fix.im alone 64 senior has destroyed my credit.NOT RIGHT INFO.WHAT DO I DO

Daniel Staeven
Daniel Staeven answered on Oct 6, 2021

Typically, after a bankruptcy case you need to take affirmative action to build your credit. There are many ways to rebuild your credit such as a secured credit card, taking a higher interest car loan, or having a co-signer with you on a loan.

Good luck to you.

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