Appraisal came back Monday evening and scheduled to close Thursday. We did not accept new appraisal offer due to the loan to value ratio and made a counter offer Thursday morning (closing day). Seller won’t accept our offer and is going through with legal action. Does the seller have grounds to... Read more »
This was to a summons from previous landlord who harnessed me and doubled my rent before lease was up until I moved.This is in Whitley county and I asked to appeal they said they have no form for that I would need an attorney .Please advise what I need to do
the account was supposedly sent to collections in 2015 but I do not recall ever seeing this on my credit report. its now 2021 can they win a judgement? Is there not any statue of limitations for this? and why was it never on my credit report?
He took $2800 out of his account and said he was being generous and wanted to help a friend I finally agreed to it I found a car we went to Ohio I got the car I paid the owner for it and he told them I was the one buying it. I told him if he was expecting any form of payment for this because I... Read more »
She lied in court saying that we added my name to the lease. When we obtained the copy with my name on there from the leasing office. We were advised by county clerk and prosecutor to pursue legal action. Do I have a case? I don't know who to talk to.
My wife and I moved to her family farm 5 years ago. Her mother began making false statements about me and my wife some time before that, as near as we can find out 12 to 18 months before. She has told and still tells people I beat my wife. She says I am in the mafia, she has told people I have... Read more »
He received a letter from the IRS to verify identity they did not give it to him they showed it to him and he was able to write down some of the information on toilet paper. I'm trying to help him verify his identity for his stimulus but it is getting increasingly harder. Also he has requested... Read more »
A person loses many rights and liberties when they are incarcerated. There is no specific law that allows them access to mail. Your best bet is to have his lawyer make a motion in the court or talk to the warden or ahead of the jail. If that does not work you can always have a power of attorney...Read more »
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