I was given a warranty deed with just my name when I bought my home, and a week later a Deed of Trust was made with both my name and my sister's name. I am the only one who had a pre-approval from the bank for the mortgage and I am the only one listed on the mortgage statement. I am going... View More
The month I bought my car my credit union was bought out. I got welcome packet. It said I needed to do nothing and the transition would be uneventful. I noticed the first two payments were not made so I went into branch, paid them and made sure it would be deducted monthly. I change banks and set... View More
In your situation, the potential for repossession depends on the terms of your loan agreement and the bank's policies. If the bank's system rejected your payments and you were not notified for months, you may have grounds to dispute the repossession.
My child goes to the public school here in the It's state grade rank is F. They do not learn anything from the teachers bc the students are so out of control during class. My kids come home crying every day bc they're being bullied or harassed by other students, mainly racial slurs bc... View More
it may be possible to appeal a school board's decision on a district transfer. Start by reviewing the school district's transfer policy and procedures. If the district has an appeals process, follow the specified steps and deadlines to submit a formal appeal.
I accidentally ordered an item from an online seller and requested for a cancellation. The seller acknowledged my request and refunded the payment. They also sent me an email to verify that my item was canceled and my refund is being processed. The following week, the item I thought I canceled... View More
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. No one here could make a decision for you, but the decent thing to do would be to return the item. The seller showed good faith in returning your payment. It sounds like the item was shipped in error, and not...View More
I had an accident on May 15th and I have several issues with the procedures and what has stemmed from the aftermath. In regards to my finance company, previously lawyer and the insurance company. And they all have different areas of law. So I'm reaching out to try to find a lawyer that can... View More
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It might be difficult to find an attorney who meets all seven areas of law on your list, depending on what they are. Instead, it might be easier to find an attorney who deals with the major areas of importance....View More
My vehicle was considered a total loss on May 15th, 2022. The insurance company did not contact me about when they decided to make it a total loss. I had contact. them. the only time they contacted me was when. They received my recorded statement after that point. I was the one reaching out and... View More
It really depends on the circumstances; however, when it comes to the consideration of total property loss, the insurance company still has an obligation to keep their insured (you) in the loop. Assuming that they did not and that you have a lawyer representing you on any type of personal injury...View More
I paid a down payment on some windows in November 2021. I canceled the order because the company kept changing the installment date. The owner claims to have mailed my refund but the check was returned to him and he cancel it. He text me a copy of another check that he wrote on May 23, 2022, and... View More
In this situation, the window provider is in breach of contract for failing to fulfil their terms of the agreement. Your best bet is going to be to either hire a lawyer in Mississippi or perhaps Arkansas to sue the provider for breach of contract.
Generally speaking, probably not, considering that it would seem that you know that the person is underage. That being said, if the person is definitely old enough, then it sounds like it may be an issue that that particular person may need to clarify to have their age corrected on their ID to...View More
The hired contractor was paid in full prior to the completion of his services. Unfortunately, the contractor did not complete the repair services. In the process of his services, he performed a makeshift repair that ultimately failed. Several attempts were made to reach the contractor thereafter... View More
From the looks of it, you have a civil suit against the contractor under several theories, with the obvious one being breach of contract. The main thing that you need to worry about is the statute of limitations, because, depending on some of the details, that statute could run (meaning that you...View More
Any Mississippi lawyer can help you with this issue; however, if you are alleging that someone stole from you or a family member, the thing to do would be to contact law enforcement to file a complaint with them so that an investigation and arrest can be completed. If you are looking to recoup the...View More
My significant other, who has questionable reasoning skills, at best, due to a major stroke, paid cash (quite a bit) to a “friend” for an “antique” vehicle. (As a matter of fact, I have durable POA.) When attempting to resell the vehicle, it was determined the vehicle does not match the... View More
I entered into the store I shop at on a regular basis on October 21 at 2:30pm . I walked into the store and went straight to the aisle to get a Drone I had seen the past week that I was going to purchase. A lady, who appeared to be an employee told me I need to leave the store. She said she had me... View More
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. At this point, you could reach out to attorneys who handle such cases, but keep in mind that such matters would not be likely to be handled on a contingency basis. Good luck
They can sue you and reduce their claim to judgment which can result in a judgment lien.
I am not admitted in Mississippi, but here in Florida it would not affect your owning your house free and clear because of our constitutional homestead protection; however, I cannot quote you the Miss....View More
My father passed a few months prior to a settlement being reached in a class lawsuit. I reached out on his behalf and was told to submit necessary documents(death certificate, affidavit, etc). I did so by certified mail to insure proper delivery. Yet they've still refused to relinquish his... View More
A Mississippi attorney could advise best, but you await a response for four weeks. I'm sorry for the loss of your father. It looks like you already made diligent efforts. Ask the case administrators at the firm what further information is necessary. This might be something where more than...View More
I bonded a friend out of jail and paid the bonds person $1000. Not even 12 hours later they picked him back up and said he wasnt ever supposed to be bonded out because he had a hold with the department of corrections. Can I get my $1000 back? Who regulates bond companies?
Unless you can convince the bond guy to return your money you are out of luck. Why? Because they will say that they did their job--kept your friend out of stir--and are entitled to keep the bond you paid. Lesson learned: Don't bond out any more friends.
The statute of limitations starts on the date of last activity on your account. This could be the date you last made payment, but it could also be the date you last used the account, made a promise to pay, entered a payment agreement, or acknowledged liability for the debt.
Doctor/nurse came and said I was septic. I told them point blank I wanted to leave, and I would sign my release paperwork. That is when they said sepsis can be fatal. I didnt not think I was.I would have left to get a 2nd opion. So I still declined. That is when they said that is I left my... View More
You could initially try to see if the insurance carrier will assist you. Contact your insurance carrier and ask them to work with you to review the file in terms of the timeline of events, your symptoms, and other relevant issues. If they will work with you and review the hospital's bills for...View More
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