Mission made insurance claim, claim was partially approved and paid to me. Now Mission wants me to contest decision with my insurance as it is not enough money to do job according to Mission. Adjuster refuses to talk to mission as rep. was rude. I want to cancel, they say there will be penalties... Read more »
I moved out of the apartment before the end of the lease. I am still required to pay the remaining of the rent for the lease's duration. While I moved the majority of my possessions out, I left behind several pieces of furniture for use by a future potential subletter. I have since learned... Read more »
The lease ended 8 months ago so we have been paying month to month since then. Now my mother has been staying with me and my landlord is trying to evict us because terms of a lease. We haven't been on a lease in 8 months. I stay at my boyfriend's house 3 or 4 nights a week and she is now... Read more »
We notified as soon as we could. We don’t want people in our home while trying to rest. Following CDC and law.they’re insisting we have to pay and comply. Seems they wouldn’t want to put their employees at risk.
I have receipts for all my items that was stolen,there insurance company has been provided with the Police report,my receipts for stolen items and pictures of My stolen tools also.But there insurance adjuster is using every excuse in the world to not pay out my ligit insurance claim.
We have panels install but not connected to SCE yet. It has been a horrible experience and we now have water damage to our living room wall where they left a hole in our stucco when they installed a new electrical panel.
It sounds like this has been a terrible experience to say the least. You may have a breach of contract case as well as a cause of action for negligence. You should consult a lawyer to review the contract. Is the solar company refusing to repair the damage to the living room wall? If they opened up...Read more »
After giving the original contractor a reasonable time to finish, you should hire another contractor to finish the job. Then sue the original contractor for what you had to pay the second contractor to finish the job.
My fiancé and I signed a contract in Suffolk County NY to get married at a venue. We subsequently cancelled due to our new date (previous date 2/28/21 during covid restrictions) being more expensive and we were unable to afford the increase. We signed both new date (5/20/22) contract and the... Read more »
Without looking at the contract, an attorney cannot advise as to your particular situation. Yet if the contract seeks to waive a consumer protection law, that clause of the contract may be void as contrary to public policy. Have an attorney take a look at the contract to inform you of your rights....Read more »
In answer to your question, I contend it is just the covenants which are required to be recorded with the Clerk of Court. On the other hand, if the HOA has non-recorded rules and regulations, then it certainly should notify new property owners of its existence and have some sort of mechanism to...Read more »
I signed a contract for a home security company. The system is having errors and not working properly after reviewing the contract to see what I needed to do to remove myself from the contract I noticed my wives name is listed as the customer and I was the one to sign, I was told I was signing in... Read more »
My husband worked for a company we will call ABC company. A few years ago ABC company sold to a larger company we will call DEF company and he has now been working for DEF company for i think 3-5 years maybe more. DEF company has gone in and forced things on us that hurt us monetarily. Like having... Read more »
I moved into an apartment that within 24 hours sustained massive water damage due to a leaking pipe. Management refuses to move me to another unit, and still has not removed the moisture from the walls (going on 5 weeks). Management has been disrespectful and tried to posture legal action when... Read more »
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