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Q: What can I do about a vehicle that is in repossession that is sitting on my property? I am not the owner of the vehicle.

My brother owns this vehicle, and the company has not came to pick it up. It is currently not drivable. And I want it gone. Do I have any options to have it removed?

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law and Banking for Minnesota on
Q: What is the likelihood of Obtaining a Lein Release with a remaining balance after Mortgage Company goes out of business?

I took out a 2nd mortgage in September of 2007 with Beneficial Loan and Trust. Shortly after this, they went out of business. I tried to make payments and contact them, but my payments were returned and was never able to get a hold of anyone. I waited for documentation of transfer, assumption,... Read more »

Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
answered on Jul 19, 2022

More than likely the best course to take is to hire competent MN attorney to file a Quiet Title Action. Lapse of the SOL should be a strong argument that the Mortgage/Deed of Trust should not remain against the real property. You are asking the Court to declare the Lien released.

1 Answer | Asked in Banking and Insurance Defense for Minnesota on
Q: What if a financial insurance accidentally wired you ,$500,000 can you keep it
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Apr 21, 2022

A Minnesota attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you have a meaningful consult with a local attorney based on all the details of the matter, nationwide, insurance carriers will usually come back to recover their funds upon discovering bookkeeping errors.... Read more »

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Q: My parents made me transfer $20,000 into their account and they will not give it to me. How do I get my money?

I received the $20,000 from a lawsuit when I was 9-10 years old. When I turned 18 (August 2018) I received it and they made me transfer it to them. I went on a 8 month mission trip for my church and now that I am back they will not give it back.

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on Jun 10, 2019

Wow. You are a legal adult, so you are able to sue your parents for the return of your money; But I do not recommend trying that until you have exhausted all non-legal alternatives. Call some relatives and ask for their advice.

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Consumer Law and Tax Law for Minnesota on
Q: I had gotten an inheritance in 2011 and havent filed taxes since or worked and Minnesota seized 28k from my bank

Assuming I had 255k of taxable income, but they cleaned me out is there a possible law suit

Eric  Day
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Eric Day
answered on Jun 6, 2018

The IRS has the right to file what is called an SFR - substitute for return on your behalf. If they see a substantial amount of income that was reported to them from third-parties, they will likely conduct an audit of your account and force the preparation of a tax return. Once there is an... Read more »

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