The bike was advertised as a 2003 when it was a 2001. Bike was advertised as excellent condition with no issues. The bike has a major oil leak that only shows up after riding it for 15 minutes or more.
You have a lot of issues about the purchase of this motorcycle. Perhaps you should just sue the seller in Small claims and put it all before a judge there, because apparently it is not worth enough for you to retain an attorney to assist you to sort this out. The other post about the DMV manager...Read more »
Without additional information this is very difficult to respond to. A lot depends on the retainer agreement. Maybe its ok, maybe not. What if they have to spend $50,000 for deposition costs and it requires financing at 10% for 5 years. Should the law firm just eat the $25,000 in financing...Read more »
They can sue you and reduce their claim to judgment which can result in a judgment lien.
I am not admitted in Mississippi, but here in Florida it would not affect your owning your house free and clear because of our constitutional homestead protection; however, I cannot quote you the Miss....Read more »
I have saved all cash and I have found a vehicle from a private entity since I am under 18 and am buying the vehicle out right do I need to have some one else cosign on the title or can just I sign it I will be 18 in less than 12 months and don't want to retitle the vehicle. Also if my name is... Read more »
Yes you need to have a co-signer, not because you may not have good credit but for the same reason that you may NOT title a car in your name, until you're 18 yrs. old. So, right now you can titled it in yourname/co-signer's name and then in one year, re-title it in just...Read more »
The hotel has told us we have to stay somewhere else for a few days due to there 28 day policy but can come back after a few days. We have been here for around 5 months and after about 30 days we stayed at another hotel for two days and came back, stayed for around three months and was told we had... Read more »
The issue here is that they do not want to become long term landlords because if they do then they would be subject to a whole different body of law that would regulate them. You will be better of finding an apartment somewhere else. Best of luck.
This started back in July of this year. We went to the photographers address and did the photo shoot. It took her close to a month to send me proofs to select which photos I liked. I would send her several emails asking what the time line of when she would have the photos ready. I would receive a... Read more »
This is general legal information only and not legal advice. This is a very good question. It appears their site is a bit like google (where you can search for pictures and images. They allow you to search PDF's but this does not necessarily mean you have legal rights to reproduce, share,...Read more »
I returned to the dealership within a month of driving and complained about the tire locking up when I turn left. They suggested it could be the hub which I paid them to replace and the problem has not only continued but has gotten worse. They told me to just turn traction control off every time I... Read more »
I have been leasing a car with this company (short term lease) that operates through a mobile app. I was required to link a bank account for the weekly payments. For two years, the payments were processed weekly, and I received the invoice through the mail every week. Last month they called me and... Read more »
IMO your alarm bells are ringing for good reason. This sounds like a scam to get your bank information. Take all precautions, such as calling the company instead of just taking calls. Get the name and employee ID number on each person you speak to. Do not just deal with a clerk ask to speak to...Read more »
I signed up for personal fitness training with a company for 6 months from Dec-2019 to May-2020 ($600 for each month & 10 sessions each month). No services were provided between Mar 2020 to May 2020 due to COVID. The company was not reachable on phone during that time for cancellation enquiry.... Read more »
Most lawyers' rates would make legal representation impractical. Look carefully at your contract and see what your options are. Contact your credit card company and have them stop the automatic payments. I suggest you consider filing a small claims suit yourself. If nothing else, it will get...Read more »
A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. As a GENERAL matter, it might depend on what the rest of the terms of the guarantee outline as remedies for a consumer in the event of less-than-full satisfaction. Since Wisconsin law could govern consumer...Read more »
My father is the one who bought the car, he is now in Venezuela. I am living here in the US. We have the money that is due, however because I am not on the title or contract they will not allow me to pick up the car. My father has no way of being here to pick up the car himself. Is it a lost cause?
Speak to the party holding the car about obtaining an affidavit from your father that gives you authority to retrieve the car for him. You can do this without consulate. Use instead a remote Virginia online Notary.
I used a cloud file backup service for several years. My external hard drive was stolen then my laptop was hacked. So, I finally needed access to all of my files stored in the the cloud. The problem is that I changed my phone number for the first time in 20 years, and now the company refuses to... Read more »
if you are current on your backup storage payments, you should not have issues accessing your files even if you changed your phone number. there seems to be some information missing as companies don't just arbitrarily deny access to files. you may need to consult with an attorney and...Read more »
I spoke with the Court and they told me I could file paperwork with the Sheriff Dept. to stop the garnishment, but I had to wait for the lawyer to file a Writ before they could do anything. They will be taking 25% of my check in which I can't afford. How do I proceed at this point?
Only two people can stop or modify the wage garnishment: the lawyer/creditor who put into place (by reaching an agreement with them) or by the judge. To get the judge to hear your case, you must file a claim of exemption. There are many pitfalls and it is always best to hire a lawyer experienced in...Read more »
Debt collector requires money orders. Payment has been waiting for them at usps for 15 days. USPS supervisor confirms that my money orders are there. The debt collector's office has been notified and I have contacted them to inquire why it hasn't been picked up with no concrete answer.... Read more »
Your post does not seem to have any question for a lawyer to answer. It's more of a statement. More details and specifics will need to be revealed. You need to speak to a lawyer familiar with suing dealerships to really flush out all the facts and determine if there are any legal violations.
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