The truck is $692 a week for 208 weeks which is for 4 years. Im 3 years and 2 months in and want to pay it off early. Im was told that I could not pay it off early but every company or place that has a lease has an early pay out option. It’s not in the lease agreement that I can’t pay it off early.
You should probably consult a lawyer to review the contract. If any part of the agreement seems questionable you should make sure of what you are being asked to sign before you sign. There might be more problems than you notice.
Also look at the State of Tennessee website:...Read more »
I supposedly have a judgement against me over $100 even though I've never seen it. The law firm called my job and talked bad about me. Then I agreed to pay $125 I kept paying it, but did not sign a contract stating I would. Last month I only paid $50 because again I didnt sign anything. My job... Read more »
You are entitled to protections under the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act - including obtaining in writing the full basis for any claimed debt or debt validation. But you must write them to request....Read more »
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It doesn't make sense for a provider or billing company to jeopardize payment for medical services by submitting procedures (or supporting documentation) out of sequence; further, the claims examiner should...Read more »
Is this contract still valid? By printing his correct name and signing at the bottom he agreed that he noticed the error and is the party referred to in contact? It was Sumarriva vs Surmarriva sumarriva is correct nane
the car was supposed to be in both of our name but when I got arrested I realized the car lot only put it in his name, I was arrested and was put in jail for 3 days, I put the money dwn on the car and was paying the car note.
Is the truck in your possession? If not, and you did not perfect the lien on the title, then the buyer could sell it. You will need an attorney to look at the contract and the facts prior to doing anything else. Otherwise you could be charged with theft or conversion.
Your signed contract probably allows the service provider all types of increasing the price for changes, materials, etc. Hire an attorney to review the contract and possibly negotiate a lower increase in the contract price.
I put a down payment on a car and 2 weeks later they called and said they were taking it back because I changed jobs. I was told it was illegal for them to keep my down payment. Is that true? Because they shouldn't be allowed to keep my money if they take the car for no reason. They have done... Read more »
You are not "required" to use an attorney to purchase real estate in Tennessee. However, I would encourage you to consider using a real estate agent. There may be issues you are not familiar with that a real estate agent may be able to help with. You also may want to use or talk to a...Read more »
Did the creditor win a judgement against anyone with that name at my address or against specifically the person who made the contract. Can I be considered liable for the debt? Do I need to countersue this creditor for the mistake?
You must hire an attorney. Setting aside such a Judgment will be difficult and will require some very precise pleadings. You will have to go to Court and prove you are not the proper Judgment Debtor. Time is running against you.
The Plaintiff (Landlord) won the Detainer Warrant hearing by default as I could not appear due to my being hospitalized the night before the Hearing at 9 am. (However, I had no real defense, I was behind and had no way to come up with what I owed; 2 months rent, so I was expecting to lose at the... Read more »
If you are still in possession ten days after the Judgment, then the landlord can ask for a
Writ of Possession to issue. Usually the Sheriff will contact you to leave prior to force, but it is not required. Not going to Court probably forfeited your Security Deposit which you did not...Read more »
Hi! Im an independent contractor working in the audio engineering field. Back in November, the company managing production for a local venue asked one of their regular independents for recommendations for more people to bring in and I was asked to come in for one day. After completing the gig, the... Read more »
I have paid 85% of the contract price but stopped making payments because I want to sue the seller for the amount I’ve paid so far. Does the non disclosure of the liens by the seller open the door for breach of contract and refund?
The Bulk Sale Law is probably violated. But you will need to examine your potential defendant. If no disclosure was made, then breach of contract may not have occurred. Obviously you did not check this out prior to purchase. Hire a competent attorney to examine your choices.
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