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 »
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.
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.
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.
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.
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