I had some carpet damage at my last apartment complex, due to a new kitten, I know my security deposit won't cover it so I've been waiting on a bill from them, it's been 6 weeks and I still haven't heard anything.
It certainly can. It depends on your specific real estate transaction. Selling a home is much different than selling a factory and there isn't enough info in your question to know about this specific transaction. That being said, assuming this is the sale of a home, you generally must pay...Read more »
In my case , instead of State , the plaintiff ( bio dad) has brought a paternity suite in his own capacity using NE statute 43-1411. The children were born during marriage of my wife and myself. We do not have any divorce decree entered. 43-1411 allows state/alleged father/mother to file paternity... Read more »
When a child is born during the marriage, there is a marital presumption that the child born during the marriage is a child of the marriage. If the parties remain married, they could object to a third party trying to establish paternity and argue that the marital presumption prevents the third...Read more »
Possession ticket from past. Went to court and was fined. I then Mailed the check but it never cleared. I moved so never heard more. It’s unpaid and I’m hoping to travel out of the country next year. How can i get the process of paying started? It’s out of state in Missouri or Iowa i believe.... Read more »
The date they will receive a check for my money is in about 3 weeks. They are willing to sign a legal document stating they will return the money as soon as they receive it. If this person is already being garnished for a different case what is the chances of me receiving if they do not pay after... Read more »
If you have a written contract, it may be easier to have the Court's assistance in enforcing the terms of the contract if the other party breaches the agreement. The are a number of ways to protect yourself when you loan someone money, such as a promissory note or collateral.
We got 50/50 and the temp order states child support and alimony for me to start paying and for both of us to take care of our own mortgages and bills. She has not made the mortgage payment and I haven’t pay for child support and alimony yet since I don’t have any court paperwork. Her lawyer is... Read more »
The Order will include the start date that the judge ordered the payments to start. Most temporary orders are entered by the Court within a relatively short period of time after the hearing occurs, from a few days to a month or so on average. If the other party was required to prepare the order...Read more »
Depending on the facts, you are still likely within the statute of limitations to collect the debt. Call the customer and explain the mistake. The customer shouldn't expect to get a free service when there was an agreement to pay. You may also need to talk with your tax professional to find...Read more »
I notified my landlord 2 weeks ago that my air conditioner wasn't working right. I was told it would be fixed by the 21st. It still hasn't been. Can I buy a new one (in wall unit) and have it installed and deduct the entire cost from my rent?
My company’s utility trailer,that is essential to operate my business, was totaled by garbage truck. It was a hit and run. It’s been nearly a year and the at faults insurance is refusing to pay anything but a small fraction of the money my business is out. They refuse to show any paperwork for... Read more »
If you were in a motor vehicle collision and the other insurance company is offering to pay less than the damages, then it may be time to retain an attorney and pursue legal action for the damages. The Court will generally order the party to pay reasonably related damages. The party not at fault...Read more »
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