The buyers guide has as is checked but also says Integrity Warranty Services 3month/3000 miles. The dealer told us at the time of purchase it is a powertrain warranty and "if it has gas, grease or fluids it's covered" They did not explain any details or limitations or provide a copy of the... Read more »
Father died intestate in VA, heirs are wife and two children from previous marriage. Wife is personal representative of estate. Father had large collection of vintage musical instruments (personal property) and over the last 4 years they have been appraised and sold. Two children did not agree to... Read more »
Perhaps they should request an accounting from the personal representative and if they question fair market value present it before the courts; however, I suggest they get a lawyer involved sooner rather than later.
I live in the State of Virginia. I believe that I am being harassed by a neighbor in a manner that I feel meets the definition of a private nuisance. I would like to file a court order to prevent this behavior. I know the origin of the disturbance but I am not sure if I know the individual's name.
The claim of forgery to an written instrument is a serious charge that will require an hand writing expert to testify that the signature on the lease is not yours. You certainly, However, can sue your roommate for forging your signature on the lease. There is a different issue that you may have...Read more »
After the death of our Mother, My brother filed a lawsuit on behalf of our family. However, he is the only plaintiff on the case; however, the paper work filed by the lawyer has our names listed as children.
Generally, the Estate of a decedent is represented by the Executor of the Estate in a lawsuit. The facts of the case control how the lawsuit is styled and it may be that all the heirs must be named as claimants in your particular case.
My housemate didn't pay her half of rent & utilities for 3 months, so I had to pay both my share and hers to the landlord. I got judgment for over $2500 from the court. But she finally moved out, and I don't know where she went. I know where she works, though. Can I use her work address on the... Read more »
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My friend is transgender, male to female, and is having trouble with our school. She is unable to use the female bathroom even though she identifies as female and she is not allowed to room with other females on overnight field trips. She gave the idea of making the parents of students who want to... Read more »
In consideration of a lease with a 6 month term, at the end of the 6 months, the lease becomes a month-to-month lease by operation of law unless it is renewed in a new written document. During the term of the 6 months, it is a binding contract for which the rent cannot be increased unilaterally but...Read more »
There are certain contingencies in a NVAR form real estate contract, revised as of July 2019, if that is what was used. There may or may not be an escape clause in the real estate contract you signed. The best way to know if to hire an attorney who can review the contract and give you a formal...Read more »
So when my ex and I moved into an apartment together, I paid the $500 security deposit and we agreed that she wouldn't have to split it because I would get it back when we moved out. So when we move out, the apartment complex sends her the check by accident with both our names on it. She chased it... Read more »
Turns out I need documents more than anyone . Council for opposing side said she believed they were in her control , ability to produce them and that she had the ability to compel the answers , and would be contacting the lawyer who advised her . Never happened . Can I legally obtain the documents... Read more »
If the trial took place in 2015, it is most likely that the judgment is now final and no further discovery would be permitted. You may want to seek a formal opinion from an attorney who can review the entire case and the issues of the case and render a formal written opinion to you.
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