In Hawaii, if you've been assaulted and forcibly removed from a property you were legally leasing, you have grounds to pursue legal action. The fact that the bank, now the property owner, allegedly orchestrated this assault exacerbates the seriousness of the situation.
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could repost this and add "Divorce" as a category. Don't include personal information. Some questions do go unanswered on this forum, but you'd have better chances of a response with the added category. Good luck
I am an employee at a snap office, and also a snap recipient. Another worker abused our federal systems to invade my privacy, which we're taught is a huge no-no. Can I file a lawsuit? They used the federal IEVS system, researched my income, and made printouts. They are now gossiping about my... View More
A Hawaii attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You could reach out to local attorneys to try to set up a free initial consult. However, keep in mind that attorneys might not handle something like this on a contingency basis like injury-based cases - that's...View More
A Hawaii attorney could answer best, as your options or remedies could involve state law. But you await a response for three weeks. These situations, as a general matter, will be determined by the terms of the agreement - definitions, contingencies, handling of deposits, etc. Without seeing the...View More
You could get the best input from an attorney in Honolulu, but your question is open for a week and your truck could be incurring storage fees by the day in a municipal tow pound. And you already identified the issue as the vehicle registration. Concentrate efforts on that. In terms of the signage,...View More
Usually, the agent/broker should want both signatures on the listing agreement.
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