Go to Court to mitigate the damages or even get it dismissed for lack of proving the Case. A Judgment can be executed upon in many different ways. Personal Property is usually levied on first. Real Property Executions on a General Sessions Warrant require some special steps for the creditor....Read more »
He has not lived there in over a month, and has never paid a bill there, and they were not married. We are pretty sure he broke in and took some of her property. What legal recourse do we have if any? Police told us "that's technically still his house." So nothing they could do. Also... Read more »
It usually depends on the language in the purchase contract, but if the contract doesn’t cover this sort of illness or you can prove the breeder knew about the illness, you Can sue for your financial losses and vet bills.
My husband and I have been separated for over a year. We are planning on filing in the next month or two. The business is not up and running, nor will it be for at least another six months, but since I am starting it before our divorce, I worry he may try and claim part of my income.
Generally speaking, in the State of Tennessee, marital property is divided, but separate property is not. All of the property is identified, classified and valued. Tennessee is an “equitable distribution” state, which means that once the property is classified as marital or separate, the...Read more »
I am unaware of any ethics complaint that may be beneficial for you here. However, you may have a civil cause of action against this mayor for defamation. I recommend you speak with an experienced defamation attorney to determine if you have a case. For more information on defamation law in...Read more »
I have a contract to buy/live in a camper. The other party is extorting me for more than agreement, and wont let me back In my home. I've already paid 2600 of the 3300 we originally agreed upon and now she wants an additional $1000 out of no where. I have been told if I am seen near the camper... Read more »
I would retain a local attorney soon to file suit against the former owner of the camper. You can also call the police and make a charge of harassment or theft; however, I would let your attorney know before you do that.
I was financing an individual one of my vehicles, the individual quit paying only vehicle and from what I have been told has traded the car off for something else and by doing that he forged a bill of sale and then lied to the person he traded to and said he was waiting on the title . I Have not... Read more »
There is no 30 day rule. I assume you are talking about an Appeal or setting aside the MDA. You were supposed to inform the Spouse of the Termination Of Insurance. In effect, you have lied to the Court. The Spouse has grounds to Set Aside the Divorce, possibly up to 1 year from Judgment.
My son was allegedly overdosed in Henderson County TN during 2013; however, the 911 call was made in another county. Since the body was in Carroll County when EMS responded, the body was taken to Carroll County at the nearest hospital. Investigation occurring simultaneously at the alleged location... Read more »
Very sorry for your loss. However most of what I assume might be potential defendants had their liability barred by the Statute of Limitations long ago. It would probably be a GTLA, and even the savings Statute does not apply. I see no basis for claiming a tolling of the SOL. Your attorney...Read more »
Case has had lots of lawyer turnover on plaintiff side, court has found fault with lawyers and not plaintiff. In resetting timelines, expert witness deadline got overlooked. During deposition, one of witnesses from defendant side called john doe made statement saying "X" and cited source... Read more »
If you have a lawyer- then this discussion should be with your lawyer. If you don't have a lawyer and assuming you are past your expert disclosure deadline- look up issues related to rebuttal witnesses. May need to file a motion to add a witness but may not have to if a rebuttal. You...Read more »
Due to being unable to work, I lived off of SSI/disability, my savings, my cashed in 401K, support from my family and credit cards beginning 2010. I successfully paid on my debt until 2018 when I ran out of savings and had to move from FL to TN because I could not afford to live in FL anymore.... Read more »
Research the Exemption Statutes in Tennessee. Carefully select what properties you wish to declare Exempt and properly notify the Court and the Creditor's Attorneys in a proper Notice Of Exempt Property. Expect to be questioned about your assets at least every year. Go to Court and...Read more »
A debt relief company has been taking money out of my account for last past year to pay My creditor monthly & at same time settle my case. If anything they hurt me more than helped. Months later I get a summon to court fr creditor filed L-suit of $8k up front or 4 months of $2k. That was bef... Read more »
Depends on the claims. Breach of contract is 6 years is most cases; consumer protection act claims are one year; property damage three years. It all just depends on the nature of your case. You'd be wise to consult local counsel.
If he actually has the cash protected, you will probably have to file a Creditor's Bill in Chancery. It is complicated and most competent attorneys will want a retainer plus a percentage of the recovered assets. A General Sessions Civil Warrant might expedite your recovery, but in most...Read more »
The owner has decided to fire the real estate company but wants to keep us as the tenant. We just signed a second year long lease 03/01/2020 through the real estate manager. The real estate company said we have to vacate the house at the end of 30 days (to include all of our belongings) so an... Read more »
I doubt that you have to move out or that the management company can force you. Also, in any event the Tennessee Supreme Court has extended an order restricting evictions for a period of time in light of the covid 19 issue.
I have no idea what you are asking for, but start calling around for a lawyer to help you. Most attorneys will either help you or refer to somebody else that can. You can look around for websites, but you really need to talk to one either on the phone or in person.
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