I originally said it's a maybe, then he asked for size and shipping, so he has that info. I thought I would be good cause I was gonna start working so I would be able to buy it (I even told him that). Its been about 3 weeks and he said that he was going to call the police. can he do that?
I've sent it to them 8 times. They keep telling me they have never received it, as a result, the amount keeps going up. Is there anything I can do about this as it has been going on for over a year now.
This site is not a substitute for an attorney client relationship with an attorney knowledgeable in your business practices. No attorney will dispense free advice over the internet based in such few facts, potentially exposing you, and them, to liability for violation of intellectual property...Read more »
with wallet and cash still in car was so scared was sick for days told the tow people that i just need my wallet and meds even had police officer call and nope was stranded hungry scared in not so good neighborhood my disabled placard was showing correctly, I could of had another stroke or worse... Read more »
I'm sorry for this terrible experience, given your disabled condition. A California attorney could advise best but your question remains open for four weeks. If you have medical documentation of the sickness/injury you suffered here, such as ER visit or doctor examination, gather them and see if...Read more »
So my mom's bankruptcy was finalized in July of this year. The trustee kept her state and federal refund checks. My mom is a cosigner on my vehicle and I was trying to make a payment a couple days ago and they told me that my car was paid off by the trustee. Does this mean that my car now is the... Read more »
Being a co-signer on the loan is not the same as being an owner or co-owner on the title. It is unclear whether your Mom had any ownership interest on the title. If you were the registered owner, the car should still belong to you.
You may have a case against Kia under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, commonly known as the California Lemon Law. If you do have a lemon, you are entitled to receive all sums you have paid or owe on your car, minus a mileage offset.
I need to identify a list of dish Network SATV Installers names on allegro Discount Satellite company located at 20700 avalon blvd ste 310 Carson California 90746 on year 2002 to get their detailed satv purchases like what coax cable companies they use?
This is not my car. SoI had sheriff call and thats when we found out it was 9 am in morning I called to explain that I just need my wallet and things and they refused told me to come to yard at 4:30 pm I am disabled and sick that there was no way to get to yard or home or any place safe that they... Read more »
A licensed contractor sent unlicensed tile installers, (1099 employees, not W-2 employees), to install our kitchen floor. The job was $1,500 plus materials. He claims that since they were "employees," and covered under their workmans comp, they did not need to be licensed. Is this true?
Homeowner With Question On Licensure: Your thinking about licensed subcontractors is mostly correct (nicely done !). A contractor or subcontractor may perform ANY TYPE OF WORK without a license so long as the whole of the work is LESS THAN $500.00 (the "PennySaver" advertisement type of...Read more »
It's possible you could. If you consulted with a California attorney, a major consideration will be the cost of the excessive registration fees, late finance fees, etc., and how they would compare to the litigation costs of pursuing them. Another option could be to first explore if the dealership...Read more »
to chack Nova Port Bank 1430 Truxtun Avenue 5th Floor they pushing me to pay more than 8800 $ for some AAC code to unblock my loan from Donald Shaw Loan Firm and is impossible to deducted it from my loan but I am afraid that it is a scam
It is automatic and it takes time. Your papers should be submitted months in advance of the 10 year deadline as the processing is lengthy, and if your papers have any errors, which is common, you may have to re-submit.
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