I bought a 3br mobile home when me and my wife split up, it was on my friends property they said I could leave it there until they got a double wide that they wanted to put there. About 7-8 months later they served me with an eviction notice an lied to the judge about who the property belonged to.... View More
I left an absentee bid with a auction company. I texted him, (owner of the company) my max bid (5600.00), a picture of the item, and a picture of my driver license. He said he would take care of getting me registered and bid on my behalf. After a couple of days of not hearing from him. I called... View More
Hired a 5 star "thumbtack" recommended company to install hardwood floor/paint paying $30k cash. Won't provide copy IRS Form 8300 or the flooring style so I can hire someone to correct mistakes. Contract charged for disposal of old flooring which I disposed of. Wood cut inside home... View More
Just needing a little guidance on whether I have a lawsuit, I used fluent security company to install security cameras and sensors in my house. This was about 5-6 years ago. Well they never installed the cameras and I have been paying for their service for 5-6 years but have never used their... View More
If a home security company has failed to install cameras as per the agreement and has been charging you for non-rendered services, you may have grounds to dispute the charges and potentially seek reimbursement. It would be advisable to review the terms of your contract with the company and collect...View More
I emailed my landlord regarding my kitchen sink being clogged and unusable. My landlord emailed me back stating: “We heard you are sick, if this is true pending on the illness I won’t be able to send someone into your apartment.” So, when maintenance comes she doesn’t let them fix my sink.... View More
I am providing POA for one of my children. I am concerned that if I am unable to sign myself into the hospital during an emergency and they sign me in as my POA and I die, will they be liable for any of my expenses instead of my estate
I had put down a deposit for a boat event happening on July 22, 2023 and I can't get in contact with the people that run the boat. I signed a contract with them and they also signed it as well. It doesn't look like they will keep up their end of the deal So what do I do?
I was never told this or the wreak no car fax . The finance company was looking through everything due to be getting behind on my payments for in December. I have had trouble since I got this car the car lot had me lie to the financial company when I bought it and threatened me when they called to... View More
During the buying process, I began to do a little research. I discovered that the one half of the selling coke was in jail pending trial for inappropriate conduct at the residence with several young grandchildren. They even had a “play house” in the back yard that we looked at.
I had taken him to a pediatric dentist, we have insurance. They needed to submit the claim to figure out cost, I have called and they told me they would call when they receive the information from the insurance company. This went on for awhile. We are currently sitting in Children's Hospital... View More
Your question raises more questions: 1) what type of contract; 2) what are the terms of the contract re price increase; 3) what is current status? Consular a competent lawyer who can review all your information and properly answer your questions.
contractor said that they need to erase there personal stuff of the computer, also that they added upgrades to the equipment on there own dime without asking. so looks like they have been using it as a personal computer too.
if its company property does that mean whatever is on the... View More
Depends. If it is only known to the buyer, that would imply the seller does not know about the error, which might be difficult to prove fraud. Alternatively, you should make everyone aware and either withdraw your offer or renegotiate the offer. The burden of proof will be on you to prove the...View More
Kentucky: ￼ Sold a camper to a friends associate. He gave us half in cash and half in checks. When the last one clears, we are going to give him the title. ￼There is absolutely no contract on it though. ￼He took it to Florida, and told us the next day that there were a couple of issues. The... View More
Get estimates for repair of the three items he complained of and refund only that part. Beyond that, you don’t need to do anything else and you do not have to accept the return or refund the rest of the money.
I was making payments through a truck I started financing a year ago, and those payments were being made through SMART Payment plan in which they charged me on a biweekly basis in means to help me pay off the vehicle quicker.
Problems occured quuckly and often through them. My payments were... View More
Technically, there is probably some liability there but it very likely wouldn’t be worth the time, money or hassle to pursue it. If you can get reimbursed what you’ve lost ( or most of it), you’ll still be ahead of the game.
The property is owned by a conservation company and they kept doing work every dear season and they always told us they was done but then would do more work at inconvenient times. We didnt sign a contract this year but i had sent a check to secure the property. Things went south and we pulled out.... View More
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