I am pursuing a California professional state license that requires a credit check and might need to clear up some old judgments from 10 and 14 years ago. I can pay the amounts originally owed, but adding on the interest pushes beyond what I can afford. Is it possible to make this type of deal with... Read more »
A bankruptcy lawyer should be able to provide you with legal advice and representation for this matter. In fact, both of those judgments may have expired and become unenforceable due to the passage of time, unless they were timely renewed.
I rented a storage unit yesterday, paid $165 it’s paid thru April 3. today I was locked out and my stuff is being kept unless I pay $689.00 because of a unit I rented that was sent to collections 18 years ago. Is this legal?
It is not legal what they are doing. The statute of limitations on that contract and any warehouse lien expired more than a decade ago. They are in breach of your new contract, guilty of conversion, fraud, and in violation of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing. They would have been within...Read more »
We hired a vendor to do some small work for our business. We set up their banking information since they preferred to get paid that way. Due to an error on our end, we accidentally overpaid them $3000. I have reached out several times through email and even got a read receipt email confirmation... Read more »
The car was at tow yard. The tow yard had a lien sale the car was sold to a lady the lady never registered it in her name. She sold the car to her nephew a couple days after she bought it from the tow yard.he never registered it in his name either.. I bought it from the nephew a couple days later.... Read more »
I received treatment from a planned parenthood and paid my bill in full at the end of my appointment. Later that night, I received a call from them saying they made a mistake and didn’t charge me properly and now I owe them another 125$. Do I need to pay this even though they’re the ones who... Read more »
How did they "mess up"? You owe what the treatment cost, plain and simple. If they gave you the correct bill at the time of your treatment, you would have paid, wouldn't you? So what is different about giving you a corrected bill later on the same day?
What are the legalities behind doing online giveaways/raffles?
I have had the thought of starting a project that would give back. It would require the sale of a ticket that would let you participate in giveaways for the holiday season. prizes would be drawn everyday. Winners will be... Read more »
Have been looking for a new 2021 Mazda Miata certain color certain make and there seems to be only this one that is available at a Mazda certified dealership and the person that takes pictures of the car disclosed the information that this car had been in an accident and that it did not need to be... Read more »
Substituted service performed one day before statute of limitations expired - mailed packet was postmarked the day of statute of limitations, received in mail 7 days after. Can I contact them directly to settle or should I bank on passing of statue of limitations? Thanks :)
You have asked a very good question. The statute of limitations is concerned only with the date that the complaint was filed. The date of service has nothing to do with the timeliness of the lawsuit filing. Thus serving you after the statute has run does not provide any basis to knock out the...Read more »
I recently took a flight on Southwest and ended up catching covid. They have mask policy’s which everyone followed but in the past, the middle seat in the aircraft was always empty. I couldn’t imagine the crew doing a sterilization job in the time they pulled in and we boarded. After getting... Read more »
In a lawsuit I think you will need to prove 1. that you contradicted your illness on that flight and 2. That you got it from the person sitting next to you and 3. That the airline failed to follow rules established by the government. Other issues are likely to be the vaccination status of you and...Read more »
I looked at the information in the link you sent. Thank you for responding.
First, I searched for "diminished", then for "only" in order to locate anything that states that property is only the physical article that was damaged and nothing else that is commonly also... Read more »
The Carmack Amendment is a 1906 revision to the Interstate Commerce Act of 1877, which regulates the relationship between shipping companies and the owners of goods under shipment. The Carmack Amendment limits the liabilities of these shipping companies, known as carriers, to loss or damage of the...Read more »
I have a debt that went to collections from 2014 in ca. I am passed California statue of limitations. However in 2015 I moved to New Jersey where that statue of limitations is 6 years vs 4. I am being sued here in New Jersey but the debt is from California. Is that legal?
I went inside the bank to deposit a check. Was told was gonna be held til next day. I get email stating it’s on a hold/freeze. That was 8/24. States it will be held til 9/2. Spoke with rep who said confidential hold. Read the reasons on why it could possibly invoke a hold. None of those reasons... Read more »
I left California due to a bad relationship. I foolishly walked away from all responsibilities as I was extremely stressed and left 30k of outstanding debt. Car loans, cc, etc. Prior to this my credit was perfect! It was the biggest mistake of my life!!
You certainly do have options. Talk to one or more bankruptcy lawyers to explore those options. If you are informed that bankruptcy is one of those options, you can probably make all the debt go away, even the lawsuits.
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