Short answer yes. However, is it a good idea, no way to say as you do not state the facts and circumstances surrounding your reason for wanting to remove your name. You really should consult with a real estate attorney to get specific advice first.
I wasn't home so I didn't see the repo "paperwork" so I have NO idea who is looking for me. A VIN search shows my title as clear (no liens) and I am in possession of the title; I have never used the Harley or anything I own as collateral against another loan. Back in 2008 my... View More
We are based in the UK and we have just had an offer accepted on a property in Florida which has now gone to contract. The person selling the property is also a foreign national and not a US-resident. Do we, as buyers, require an ITIN number in order to proceed with the close? Or can we close on... View More
When he died the drained the bank account paying the mother's credit
Card payment hid my car and stripped it and hid both boats I found one but not the other. He had tools from 20 yrs of service with caterpillar and a bunch of guns plus a bunch of personal items that they would not... View More
Sorry for your situation. Short answer is that if all the stuff is either gone or destroyed you likely do not have much you can really do. It will be incredibly hard to prove who did what and in the end it will cost a lot of time and money to chase assets that are long gone.
Simply put. You need to consult with a tenant attorney in your area to have your lease reviewed. Security deposit claims require very specific actions by the landlord or they forfeit the claim on the security deposit.
My son broke up with his girlfriend and the last time he saw her in our home was on St. Patrick day. During a verbal breakup he tried to hug her to make her feel better. She is now claiming that because she told him to stop (trying to console her with a hug), that she is going to press charges... View More
A case starts with an allegation or series of allegations. Proof is the ultimate issue and thus the Plaintiff will have to prove its case. The plaintiff does not have to prove its case from the start only make the proper allegations to form the basis of a valid cause of action.
I was given a 10 year probation sentence with a 5 year early term. I've been on probation for 6.5 years now and the only thing I have left to do before filing my early term packet is to pay off the remaining fines. The new officer I was placed with 2 months ago is constantly in a bad mood,... View More
Who has to sign off the person who does the services ie massage, 10s machine &heat or can a dr who didn’t see you or who you don’t even know sign off on it also where can I find prices for section 5 chiropractic services price ranges
Your question makes a little better sense, but still cannot be answered via this forum.
I think that you want to know who legally has to authorize the billing for chiropractic services. I would say most likely the Dr., but he or she does have nurses and assistants that may be authorized to...View More
We have a manufactured home land package we owned the land so we have 35% equity. We purchased a repoed unit. My issue is the dealer set up all the sub contractors and turned in estimates for the land improvements they are telling us that the we owe $2000 for 2 failed well attempts before a third... View More
if i ordered something online, and the package went missing and pass its expected delivery time. Can I ask for refund or replacement? They won't until the investigation of this problem is done which takes 3-8 days. I have placed the order April 11 and today is April 27. I cannot wait that long.
You will be stuck to whatever processes and procedures the online ordered has in place. Until you resolve via the shipping companies policies and procedures you do not have any other options. I suggest that you consult with an attorney in your area and have the attorney review the policies of the...View More
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