My landlord on a month to month single room rental that had no lease kicked me out of the house mid month with rent completely paid up to the end of month. He gave no notice at all and forced me to leave immediately without getting all of my belongings, he also forced me to give back my house key... Read more »
It looks like you are seeking an attorney for what appears to be an appeal matter. Do not wait to be contacted by attorney. That isn't the way this board works. It is for posting legal questions. You can seek out attorneys, but you can't sit and wait to be contacted by one based on a post....Read more »
I recently found out that I have been repaying $13,942 worth of financial aid refunds that I never requested nor received. This was for the 2010/2011 school year. Since I was repaying other student loans, and was on an income based repayment plan, I did not realize that these were included. I... Read more »
You should consider contacting an attorney to draft a demand letter for you. If that fails a lawsuit will force them to produce proof of the debt if they are unable you will not be required to pay the debt.
After he gave her to me I paid all the vet bills, micro chipping, injuries, dog food etc... She was bought off Craig's list in cash by his mother. I have her in my possession now but I'm scared of what he's capable of doing now. We originally made a verbal agreement to share her but he changed his... Read more »
If he gave her to you, then she’s yours. The only way he can legally get her back and keep her is if he takes you to court and wins. If you have all other documents in your name then you will have a good chance at court if he takes you to court.
Landlord would not downsize me to a one bedroom. My section 8 voucher was lowered from a two bedroom and I couldn't afford it and I fell behind in rent . furthermore, the contract states I must vacate after paying incorrectly charged costs 28 days they want $1500 and no money to move with and my... Read more »
Assuming the library owns its building they can decide who to admit. You can contact the Colorado Civil Liberties Union but I don't see that they couldn't, especially if you appeared to violate their rules for conduct or use of materials.
I was suspended from work for not signing The companies mutual binding arbitration agreement, Two days prior to my return to work I was terminated by the company. For not signing the agreement, I had been employed by this company for about 19 months. How can a company enforce such an agreement??
Individual known to be dangerous, is stalking my friend. He appears at the grocery store and terrifies her! He talks to her against her wishes, after she has told him to stop and leave her alone. He is a convicted felon, who has spent time in prison. He talks about having guns, is believed to be... Read more »
12 years ago a friend and I started a used car dealership. In structuring the company my name was not included, but it was me who was responsible for creating the company’s brand (business name, logo, slogan, website, colors, operating methods). My ideas, my creations, my hard work for the first... Read more »
There may be potential claims here that you could have pursued. As you may well know, most civil claims/disputes like this have a deadline by which the claim must be brought in court (a "statute of limitations"). Given that the business was started 12 years ago and the relationship appears to have...Read more »
This company proceeded to do work on the house (by his subcontractor who was "certified"; but not a state certified company), parts deemed affected were pulled; but was not disposed of properly, and now the state has become involved, with a Stop Work order posted to property. Now this contractor... Read more »
You may have a legitimate Breach of Contract claim against your contractor and you have a damages claim against him. You should contact an attorney to schedule a consultation so that the facts can be closely reviewed and you can get a clear picture of your rights, options, and possible results.
My ex-business parter wants me to payback money he invested in our company. I never asked for him to pay me back what I invested. Plus I was willing to sign over my shares of the company and he refused. Now he wants to sue me over the funds and also wants me to pay back an invoice that paid for but... Read more »
My son is in prison for a hit and run resulting in death and the victim's family is now suing me since I was co-signer on the vehicle he was driving. I need a lawyer fast because I only have 18 more days to respond.
What kind of lawyer do I need and how do I find one?
She obviously lied on disclosure, even neighbors have commented on this fact & willing to testify in court. We have over 30K in damages & necessary repair. I'm not interested in mediation, how to go about persuing litigation & should I make a complaint to board of realtors. She also advertised as... Read more »
This is called Fraud. You likely have a claim against the seller and may have a claim against her and even your broker. You should contact an attorney to help you bring this case. If you used a Broker and the Colo Real Estate Commission forms then in addition to your damages you may be able to...Read more »
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