Leonard Robert Grefseng's answer I would not pay this fee without going to court. If you bought the property before the restrictions were changed, you should be able to rely on the restrictions- the change to add the fee may have required some notification to you. Also , the restrictions should be applied consistently so if some get it waived, that's not fair to the one who do pay it. Consult an experienced real estate lawyer.
Timothy Denison's answer Yes. It can be reopened and filed. Whether it is in your best interests is another issue. You will probably have to pay the reopening fee to get it filed. I doubt the attorney will pay it although you can always ask.
Timur Akpinar's answer I do not practice in South Carolina, but your question hasn’t been picked up in two weeks. And the response time for a summons is relatively short in any state throughout the nation. A default judgment is a binding judgment against a party in a legal action resulting from the person failing to do something, such as failing to respond to a request or failing to appear in court, etc. You don’t want that to happen. A South Carolina attorney who deals with collections lawsuits would be able to...
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer You will have to call the Sheriff's Department and ask to swear out a Warrant with a Detective. Let the Magistrate decide which Criminal Statute was violated. But since you actually paid no money, probably no charges will be issued. It is possible a Complaint to the Land Surveyor's Branch of the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance should be filed. You should have never hire a Surveyor to determine Title Ownership of Real Property. If the Wills you have were not Probated,...
Timur Akpinar's answer A starting point could be to consult with a law firm that handles class action cases. They would likely want to examine the ticket, as cruise lines in general could include terms and conditions that govern or limit the manner in which claimants may bring legal action.
Kevin M Rogers' answer All debt collection STOPS as soon as you file ANY chapter in bankruptcy. If you’re behind on a car payment and you file bcy the collection against you will stop immediately. Same with a house if you’re behind on your mortgage. However the collection on these two kinds of debts will start again as soon as the collector can get the court’s permission.
Charles M. Baron's answer Submit to them a written request to provide to you, within 30 days, the name and contact information for their liability insurance company and a copy of their insurance policy. By law (Fla. Statutes Section 627.4137), they must comply. They are more likely to timely comply if you have an attorney send them such a letter. If they have insurance, contact the insurance company to set up a claim.
If they don't have insurance, and they will not cooperate, file a claim in small claims...
William John Light's answer Paying $500 is not necessarily the same as paying the entire billing. Your husband's estate would be liable for his debts, if any. It's unclear whether your husband's premarital estate holds or held any assets. If you are served on behalf of your husband, send the Plaintiff's attorneys a copy of your husband's death certificate, along with a copy of your proof of payment. You may wish to contact an attorney who is knowledgeable in debt collection to discuss in detail. You may have rights...
Timur Akpinar's answer An attorney looking at these facts might ask for further details. A Utah attorney who handles such matters could examine all statements/written evidence from you and the merchant to determine whether the elements of fraud, as alleged by the merchant, were met.
Timur Akpinar's answer You could consult with a collections attorney in your state as to your remedies. If you repost your question in the Collections section of this website, an attorney who works in that area would have a better chance of picking it up.
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