Timur Akpinar's answer As a starting point, you could contact an injury attorney in Montana to review and evaluate the details of the accident and your injuries. In these types of cases, recent dental history could become relevant. If the attorney you contact feels there is a viable case to move forward with, it would be helpful to readily have contact information available for the dentist(s) who saw you prior to the accident.
Peter N. Munsing's answer File a complaint with the police; if they won't take it check with the township to see who owned the business license, sue those people in small claims. Ask the landlord who takes the property for your machine.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Not seeing a question. If you want to file a class action you have to be aware that they are highly technical and not something to do yourself. If your action was covered in the first action you have to continue under that unless you have "opted out."
If you have an entirely different claim, that would be a separate class. So first you get a look at how the class is defined in the first case and see if the new facts are under that.
Timur Akpinar's answer Contact the manufacturer and ask them if they can work with you toward resolving the issue (whether in the form or service or replacement). If your model is the same one that is the subject of the class action lawsuit, you could contact the firm handling the suit if your amicable efforts do not work.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer I doubt you have any type of legal remedy. You might hire a lawyer to sue to Rescind the Purchase, but continuing to use the car will defeat your possible case. It appears that you ultimately agreed to the price, unless you did not sign a Bill of Sale, or a Note and Financing Agreement.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer If you undertake this plan without having the input of at least two lawyers you will probably regret it. This situation is one that brings to mind the ancient warning: "If it looks too good to be true, it probably isn't."
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer All of your questions should be answered in the original purchase documents controlling all the terms of ownership, maintenance, assessments and all other terms and conditions. Why not hire a lawyer to review everything and help you convince the owners of the retirement community to speed up their efforts to sell the unoccupied apartment.
Griffin Klema's answer Your question seems to implicate Canadian law, but I believe most attorneys on Justia are only licensed in the U.S.
Under U.S. law, the answer would probably be no because most likely the owner of the "brand" has trademark rights in the U.S. (assuming they're selling product here). You would not be allowed to sell products bearing the mark of another company without their permission (license). It also probably doens't matter whether you're advertising them as new or used. Furthermore,...
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer The Creditor probably can Probate Grandmother's Estate for its benefit. But it is very unlikely. You are probably better off filing a Notice of Exempt Property with whatever Court and Docket Number you are being sued under. You should be able to Exempt all property, but be careful with any Bank Accounts.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer IMPO, the arbitration clause in the contract is valid regardless of how bad the laptop was when Dell sold it to you--or how many terrible things Dell has done since--or how much proof you have against Dell.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer You may have sufficient legal reasons to allow you to get out of this lease; However, you should take the lease and all related documents to a local lawyer and ask for their assistance.
Fred Bopp III's answer I think the short answer is yes. It sounds to me like you and your customer reached an agreement on how much he was to pay you, thereby establishing a contract. For some reason, he overpaid you. Unless he intended the overpayment as a gift, it seems to me he is entitled to have you return the extra money. Why don’t you reach out to him, point out the fact that you think he overpaid, and see what he says in response?
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