I just cant get up and leave so easily. I've been at hotel for a year. I have a few things in my hotel room that will take me several trips to relocate. Its not just my luggage and lets go. Hotel knows my bathroom been leaking and their maintenace guy quit they barely got a new guy. Now the pipe... Read more »
We told the financier that we did not want the optional add-on and he said we couldn't do anything about it that it was already on the car and he made us sign. We told him we did not want the alarm but still came out on the contract that he charged us for it. I got home and I read that the add-on... Read more »
. I found two errors after the fact, i.e , 1 paragraph, the defendant was accidentally named plaintiff and another paragraph states in part "plantiff had never received from X party" It should read "other" party. Will this effect verified complaint? Do i need to amend?
No one can predict whether or how errors in the complaint will affect your case. If a jury thinks that the errors are material, it can affect your credibility, since you swore that the complaint was true.
You can file an amended verified complaint once, as a matter of right (no court...Read more »
I live in California, my father lived and died in New Jersey. My father had certificates of deposit he left in trust to both my brother an me. My brother is also the executor of my fathers estate and lives in New Jersey. The bank is refusing to release the funds to me or my brother unless I... Read more »
12 HI contracts with 1 GC 10 paid in full due to how progress payments worded Only 3 HIC completed 65% work don 85% of total balance paid Arranging financing for 1/2 of 15% left but now have preliminary lien notice from subcontractor & want to hold back 10% of total balance until resolved & all... Read more »
Dear Owner Requesting Advice on Retention Payment issue: While I am adept at advising owners in a construction setting, your question as stated is probably not capable of reply in this limited forum until more information is obtained. Critically, an attorney would definitely need to review the...Read more »
I used a credit card that is no longer active to make a purchase. Some time later I needed to return the item and contacted Amazon to see if I could have my refund routed to another car. They proposed to send the money (1.300.00) to a gift card.
I asked for them to guarantee it would not be... Read more »
Small Claims is a good option for a $1,300 claim. Or you could contact the credit card company to find out what it can do about the money that was refunded to your card that is "not active". Unclear what that means, by the way. Is it a card you don't use, or a card that you formally closed the...Read more »
My dad sold his gas station about a year ago (as it was in bankruptcy). He had to go through the court system to negotiate a deal with the buyer and was asked to pay a portion of the funds to lenders to pay off debt owed. He would still be left over with a good amount of money (close to $70k+). To... Read more »
They are in the state of California. I'm speaking about Sony Playstation. They have a return policy on games which they aren't keeping true to since they told me I cannot have a refund when they clearly state that there is an exception to faulty games.
You can sue in Small Claims court for breach of contract and breach of warranty if you think the game is faulty. It will cost you about $175 in filing and service fees. But if you win, the defendant can be ordered to pay that plus refund the cost of the game.
"Penalties may be waived upon payment of the registration fees due when a transferee (including a dealer) applies for transfer and it is determined that the registration penalties accrued prior to the transferee’s date of purchase and the transferee was not aware that the registration fees for...Read more »
Sounds like a criminal or regulatory matter. The National Credit Union Administration is the independent federal agency that regulates, charters and supervises federal credit unions. You can submit a complaint to it here: complaint.mycreditunion.gov/CAC/CommunityLogin
This judgement is almost 10 years old come sept and they have filed a renewal of judgement. I haven't heard from these people in over 9 years at least. It wasnt on my credit or anything and now they have gone form 2100 to 9000 in jidgement request. How do I get this stopped?
This doesn't make a lot of sense. You can buy a power chair from whatever facility you want, if that is what you are asking. If your question is whether you can use the power chair of one store to drive to another store, the answer is no. That would be theft. The power chairs are for customers...Read more »
You are entitled to reasonable updates on the status of the claim. If you aren't getting that, file suit against the attorney and client for breach of contract. You are entitled to pre-judgment interest in a lawsuit. As far as a collection matter, before lawsuit, you would be limited to whatever...Read more »
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