Can a government in a time of emergency - without declaring martial law order all citizens to wear a mask? I haven't seen a case on this. Emergency powers are pretty broad by statute. Is the statute constitutional? Or is the law overly broad? As to what you can do- you would need to hire...Read more »
It may depend on the language in your contract to purchase. If your agreement is enforceable and you are not in breach you may be able to stop the person from selling the house again. You should talk to a lawyer.
You should talk to an accountant- It is my understanding Federal and Tennessee law does not require an employer to pay mileage unless as a result an hourly employee will drop below the minimum wage. A good guide is the IRS guideline on the mileage rate that can be checked on the IRS website....Read more »
I was financing an individual one of my vehicles, the individual quit paying only vehicle and from what I have been told has traded the car off for something else and by doing that he forged a bill of sale and then lied to the person he traded to and said he was waiting on the title . I Have not... Read more »
My neighbor, who also owned owned the home in the past, put a no trespassing sign on the door the day I purchased. The building sits extremely close to the property line if not splitting it. I had the tax record pulled and the building has been on the tax record for my lot since the house was built... Read more »
If the neighbor has cut the power, and put up a no trespassing sign- if you intend to maintain a claim to the building (and the property it is on- you will likely need to hire an attorney to pursue your interests. Boundary disputes are tough. If the building was erected by the owner to your...Read more »
dealing with a surety company regarding claim for auto fraud with an auto dealer in my area. the surety company finally responded with a letter stating they will have to have prove via DMV determination or a judgment from a tennessee court proving fraud before they will continue with their... Read more »
There is not enough information to really respond to your question. I am not sure why if you are a consumer the reason you would be dealing with a surety company. But there is probably a good reason. You may want to contact a lawyer - rather than putting a lot of details here.
I have full coverage: collision, comprehensive, uninsured motorist coverage, rental, emergency services. My boyfriend isn't under my policy, his license is expired. He got rear-ended and hit a pole, the car is totaled and the other driver drove off, will my insurance pay? They say they... Read more »
If a third party caused the accident/ was at fault- as you describe--- ran into the rear of the vehicle - then there should be coverage under your full coverage insurance. Your boyfriend also may be able to file an uninsured motorist claim to recover for his injuries.
Case has had lots of lawyer turnover on plaintiff side, court has found fault with lawyers and not plaintiff. In resetting timelines, expert witness deadline got overlooked. During deposition, one of witnesses from defendant side called john doe made statement saying "X" and cited source... Read more »
If you have a lawyer- then this discussion should be with your lawyer. If you don't have a lawyer and assuming you are past your expert disclosure deadline- look up issues related to rebuttal witnesses. May need to file a motion to add a witness but may not have to if a rebuttal. You...Read more »
My son and I own a car together with our names separated by the word and on the title. He couldn't get the car alone. The problem is even though he pays for it it's on my property and I want it gone. He is an alcoholic and usually is in no condition to drive it. Is there a way I can get... Read more »
So you are on the loan / note for the car. I wonder who is providing / making sure there is insurance in effect on the vehicle. If your son is in an accident you will be liable as an owner of the vehicle. There is another concern in regard to further liability if your son is an alcoholic and...Read more »
You signed the contract indicating you have signed under duress. The other side may not "honor the contract" with the additional notation as duress can be used as a defense to the validity of a contract.
I am an INSURED driver, but I borrowed a friend’s car for one day when my husband was using ours. I was not aware that my friends car was uninsured! I caused a fender bender and the officer asked me to provide insurance. After calling my friend, I learned he didn’t have any. Now I must appear... Read more »
You may be covered driving another's car - for instance if the vehicle is a temporary substitute vehicle for yours while it was not operable. Also if you have comprehensive coverage you may also have coverage for driving another's car. Your agent should be able to tell you - and you...Read more »
Yes. My understanding is -So long as one of the parties to the call "gives consent" then it is permissible. Since the other person "consented" it was permissible. A third person cannot record the call without the knowledge of the participants to the call.
The owner has decided to fire the real estate company but wants to keep us as the tenant. We just signed a second year long lease 03/01/2020 through the real estate manager. The real estate company said we have to vacate the house at the end of 30 days (to include all of our belongings) so an... Read more »
I doubt that you have to move out or that the management company can force you. Also, in any event the Tennessee Supreme Court has extended an order restricting evictions for a period of time in light of the covid 19 issue.
I hydroplaned in the rain across the highway and hit the guardrail going 70mph. The car had a recall on it back in 2011 for faulty airbags sensors but I just bought the car a few months ago from a dealer and they told me it was no recall on the vehicle. I was sent to the ER with a concussion and... Read more »
Well, you may- but you mention that the vehicle had a recall in 2011- almost 10 years ago. Tennessee has a statute of repose for products liability actions - 10 years from the date the product was first purchased. If the car is more than 10 years old and sold more than 10 years ago - then the...Read more »
We have been talking to them about what is going on and made Partial payments to try to catch up. I am wanting to know should I talk to them about it or wait. And if I have all what is owed can the still evicted us?
You would need to reach an agreement that if you paid whatever amount that you could stay and the detainer warrant would be dismissed. This would need to be in writing. You would sign, landlord would sign.
It is possible to find judgments and court approved settlements. You would need to know where the case was filed- State Court or Federal. And then in what County or District. For Federal Court you can check online on the Pacer system.
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