I applied for an apartment in American Fork, UT. I told the leasing office that I would like to see the unit before signing the lease. I wanted to make sure I would be happy with the unit prior to making a commitment. They waited until the day of my lease was supposed to start before letting me see... View More
I don't fully understand what you are trying to do. You can pay the note off or if you cannot afford it, you can return the vehicle and attempt to work something out with the finance company. There are certain things you can do in a bankruptcy as well, but that is a more complicated and...View More
Over the past like 4 or so years I have jumped from lease to lease - progressively making my car payment go from $390 a month to $696 a month. Well I realized this and spoke to my mom. And being a mom she went to try and talk to the GM of the dealership. Expecting me to take a hit but hoping he’d... View More
The defendant owed the Plantiff for work done on a piece of property. She put the property up as collateral in mediation and said she would give it to the Plantiff if she defaulted. She made a payment towards the past due after signing and the mediation agreement was put into record for the... View More
Under California law, a mediation agreement reached during small claims court is generally considered a legally binding contract. When both parties sign a mediation agreement, they are agreeing to its terms and conditions, and it becomes enforceable.
In your situation, where the defendant...View More
I served a 3-day notice to quit yesterday due to unauthorized occupants, and when I visited the basement unit again to serve the "proof of service", I found pets violating the lease's no-pet policy. Should I serve another 3-day notice to cure today? In that case, would I have two... View More
In California, when dealing with multiple lease violations, it's important to follow the legal procedures for notices and evictions carefully. Since you've already served a 3-day notice to quit for unauthorized occupants, and now discovered a new violation regarding pets, you can indeed...View More
My sister and I bought Grandmom's house with living tenant agreement. Grandmom has dementia and is in a home and will not be moving back. Sister and I would rather sell the house. We can not afford two houses and are legally blind. So acting a a landlord is not idea. Clause at the end of deed... View More
KY Attorneys Only: *cannot afford attorney, SAHM* MCM has been trying to sue me for cc debt for over a yr. I answered the summons, and everything else like I’m supposed to and never heard back for almost a year. My circuit court sent me a notice to dismiss due to MCM lack of prosecution in a... View More
There are people in your town who know what to do. Lawyers. Hire one, because no amount of internet questions and answers is going to get you to the level of knowledge you will need to successfully represent yourself at trial.
I ordered and a contract was approved by me for glass. The contract was amended by the company, as per my instructions, and "tempered glass" was added to the final invoice that was not specified. I signed and accepted the amended invoice when I picked up and paid for the glass. I found... View More
It’s being transferred from Marcus by Goldman Sachs to System and Service Technologies. I can’t imagine anything to change except where I’m making the payments but if they were to alter the interest rate or monthly amount would that be a breach of the original agreement? I’ve never had... View More
The first time the property management sent maintenance they came and told me it was mildew and used some mildew/mold spray and wiped it off. He told me that I would have to shower with my window open and keep my fans going and that the mildew will come back mind you it is winter. The mildew came... View More
I have a noncompete in my urgent care contract. My boss is not fulfilling the hours or my bonus according to my contract so I'm leaving. It is stated as "not over 50% walk in volume" which would apply to emergency rooms too. I'm ER trained with a doctorate in EM. Can this urgent... View More
It appears that the contract will be breached by your working in an ER. Hire an attorney to read the contract and listen to the prospective new jobs. You may get sued in any event and have an attorney ready to go.
To pursue legal action against a law firm in California, especially in a case involving alleged professional negligence or misconduct, it is advisable to consult with another attorney who has experience in legal malpractice cases. These types of cases can be complex, requiring a detailed review of...View More
I cosigned an Oportun personal loan of about 4k for my girlfriend on a Saturday. I was told over the phone that we were approved and it was disbursed. They said it would take 1-3 business days to be disbursed, so by the next Wednesday night it should be in the bank. We did not received the money... View More
If you're looking to cancel a loan that has already been approved but not yet disbursed, you need to act quickly. Loan agreements often have specific clauses regarding cancellation, and the ability to cancel may vary depending on the lender's policies and the terms of your agreement....View More
I bought a mobile home that was already stationed in the neighborhood and signed a basic agreement. After COVID, my landlord started charging the new tenants 3 times more than he had before. Plus they have added these extra fees for water and late rent. Rent and water=$20 after 6th $10 each day... View More
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