I bought an item on letgo that was labeled like new condition. It doesn't work and after bringing to a shop they said it was opened and reassembled manually. Not only that they also said the item does not work so they confirmed it. The seller will not respond to chat about refund. I lost 80 dollars... Read more »
This is not a legal question. Moreover, while lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe (no one can foretell the future) and unable to opine on your current...Read more »
This is not my car. SoI had sheriff call and thats when we found out it was 9 am in morning I called to explain that I just need my wallet and things and they refused told me to come to yard at 4:30 pm I am disabled and sick that there was no way to get to yard or home or any place safe that they... Read more »
Part of your question might have gotten left off in uploading. If you could repost with additional details (do not include personal information), that might enable an Indiana attorney to meaningfully assess the matter. Good luck
When researching a friends finances, I discovered that a garnishment in April 2018, was the second attempt to collect a debt that had been purchased sometime prior to November 2011, when the first garnishment order was filed for.
When questioning my friend concerning the information that I... Read more »
Missouri judgments are valid for 10 years and may be revived for additional 10-year periods.
A garnishment was issued because a judgment was entered. A money judgment requires service of process. If your friend was not served, then she should hire an attorney familiar with process of...Read more »
All Pro, the company I rented from for 7 years, never fixed anything that would break down. I moved from their in August, waiting and thinking I'd get some of my deposite back. Now that the home needs painting and carpet, they want me to pay for it, after I've already replaced many things like... Read more »
You would want to talk to a civil litigation attorney who is experienced in landlord tenant and collection defense. Or, you might consider filing bankruptcy, since it might be cheaper than defending the suit.
As to the merits of your case, you would probably need to have good proof that the...Read more »
This is not a supplement. This is for a type recipe that calls for a mixture of different food components. The idea behind this is to eliminate the prep steps of combining all the separate components. With this, the user will have one single container, that will contain all the necessary items to... Read more »
Said they served my daughter 1/11/06, Forecosed on 6/2006. Knew nothing until 3//2015. 3/2015 Friend told me my home was being sold. 1/2005 home next door was 100% destoyed by water damage. The bank knew for a fact where I was living.
My daughter stated in court papers she was never... Read more »
This discussion board is for consumer law in the state of Michigan, under Michigan law. Your question is about Missouri, and should be answered by someone who is licensed as an attorney in Missouri for Missouri law. I recommend you re-post your question to a discussion board for Missouri law....Read more »
I haven't taken possession of my house or even had my first walk through. we have not even made our last payment. I live next door so i watched all of this and informed them. They said they are not going to fix it. Are they responsible to give us what we paid for. we did not pay for a cracked... Read more »
Some cracking in the driveway and sidewalks occur, but it seems odd that it would occur so soon in your concrete. If you still have funds left to pay, I would have the driveway and sidewalk inspected before making any further payment. Make sure you use a reputable expert in concrete issues, not...Read more »
My electric provider states that I added the incorrect payment information and therefore is denying me the ability to correct my incorrect payment information, will not allow me to pay by phone, and is only giving me the option of paying in person. Do I have any legal recourse? Also there is a... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal with your electric bill. The Public Service Commission of West Virginia oversees public utilities - electric, gas, water, etc. Maybe you could contact them and ask if there is anything they could do to help.
Their website is: http://www.psc.state.wv.us/...Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, entities, whether they be banks, stores, or other parties to a contract generally have the right to reconcile errors that result in windfalls to the other side. Ethically, the law is also...Read more »
A licensed contractor sent unlicensed tile installers, (1099 employees, not W-2 employees), to install our kitchen floor. The job was $1,500 plus materials. He claims that since they were "employees," and covered under their workmans comp, they did not need to be licensed. Is this true?
Homeowner With Question On Licensure: Your thinking about licensed subcontractors is mostly correct (nicely done !). A contractor or subcontractor may perform ANY TYPE OF WORK without a license so long as the whole of the work is LESS THAN $500.00 (the "PennySaver" advertisement type of...Read more »
It's possible you could. If you consulted with a California attorney, a major consideration will be the cost of the excessive registration fees, late finance fees, etc., and how they would compare to the litigation costs of pursuing them. Another option could be to first explore if the dealership...Read more »
If you are the landlord and employ the super, you may consider terminating the super's employment. If you are already a tenant, you can refuse to pay an unauthorized charge or bring the issue to the landlord's attention.
This happened in Colorado, I now live in Kansas. I've asked to have a friend come by and pick up the dress. She says she never had anything. Can I sue her for the amount of the dress or the dress back?
Such a case could be difficult without some form of proof. A judge/jury would look at your assertion and the other side's denial, and not have a means of deciding the matter without some evidence to support your position. Good luck
Took my vehicle to a body shop to help color changed on rally stripe down the center blackout on rims and some minor bodTook my vehicle to a body shop to help color changed on rally stripe down the center blackout on rims and some minor body work dropped off March 30th the it was still at shop over... Read more »
Just about any attorney could write the letter you describe. I don't know what kind of working relationship you have with the shop, but it's possible that it could be more practical to simply contact them yourself in a less confrontational manner and ask them what is causing the delay and where the...Read more »
I recently received a letter from the court about two credit cards that I had defaulted in the past. They are not even on my credit report anymore. Should I still go to court? I called the court and was told the judge is cleaning up his books not sure what that means.
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