My girlfriends ex boyfriend has been been harassing me for years. He recently started making false reports to CPS. We just had a ninety day open investigation and they found the case to be false and unfounded. Now they have started calling my girlfriend again and requesting to come over and get a... Read more »
He would say he loved me or he couldn't wait to wake up next to me every morning i have brain cancer and i loved him in july he borrowed 1,300 dollars he emotionally destroyed me he took my fight to live i was advised to take him to civil court to get my money by a state trooper he told hed pay me... Read more »
The amount involved is small claims level if you want to sue to recover. Run your credit report and put a fraud alert on it if you believe he stole your number. Notify the card companies and get new cards.
In NYC, my boyfriend forcibly grabbed my phone out of my hand after I advised him that I was recording him during an argument. He wouldn't give the phone back unless I deleted the video. Is that battery or another cause of action?
Yes, it could be a basis hypothetically, Non-consensual contact may be made with either a person or that person's extended personality, The example I recall from school was that of a plate being taken by force form someones hands. Another common example is a necklace another object extending the...Read more »
Arlene’s Flowers v. State of Washington is a collection of cases. They all are based on a gay couple who tried to order flowers for their wedding. The florist refused to provide floral arrangements for a same-sex wedding because of her Christian beliefs. The couple, with the help of the ACLU,...Read more »
I pawned my stereo for $125 with the understanding that I would be back to pick it up within 7 days. I called on the 4 day and was told it got sold a few days prior. He not only broke out deal, but he broke state law by selling the item before the 5 day minimum wait time. I have a witness to the... Read more »
The amount of money involved is way too small to be of interest to most lawyers. FYI, the law is not designed to solve every little problem that comes your way during this lifetime; the Latin phrase for this rule is "De minimus non curat lex."
I was recently qualified through NACA for a mortgage. I paid for a home inspection, I got a contract of sale, and I hired an architect (all out of pocket). The rehab specialist I was dealing with was extremely negligent in returning calls and emails. It took her a week to contact me back and sp I... Read more »
As you just found out, tor all practical purposes the answer is yes. BTW: The lesson just learned--about what happens to many people who have bad attitudes when dealing with other people who can pull the rug out from under them--is much more valuable than you think. As Archie Bunker used to say to...Read more »
During my civil court trial in Manhattan on 5/17/19, the judge was yawning the entire time of the trial. We were also never sworn in before. When I was giving my testimony, she repeatedly cut me off and was abrasive and dismissive. At one point, the judge replied: what's to say you don't have... Read more »
So this is one of those times you should have had a lawyer instead of doing it yourself. You can appeal, but factual determinations are only overturned on an abuse of discretion, which is very hard to show. Also, to appeal, you would need to order the full transcript, which will be several...Read more »
Court Order was received a few days ago re distribution amts. to the parties. Plaintff now represented by his estate, no mention of estate in the Order. Distributions are to "plaintiff" and "defendant". Also, parties were given an initial distribution amt of $10,000.00 each, the Order... Read more »
I was leasing a yellow taxi medallion from a broker. The car title is under my name and financed by Toyota. The insurance is under the name of the medallion owner. The medallion got repossessed by the bank. My car has been sitting for over 3 weeks and the broker has not put the medallion back on... Read more »
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Will subsequent actions seeking to collect judgements against the debtor automatically assume the liability rests with the shareholder and not the alter ego? Or will plaintiffs have to make motions again, but use previous judgements as precedent?
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