Her boyfriend used the car after her death but had it towed claiming it was abandond in his driveway 6 months later when he found out her sister (heir) had been found. Isn't there a limit to storage fee's in Ca.?
Section 10652.5 of the Vehicle Code caps the storage fees that can be charged to 15 days IF the towing company provides proper notice to the owner by certified mail, return receipt requested. The question then becomes whether or not the towing company provided proper notice which may allow them to...Read more »
I am looking to either start a class action or personal lawsuit. There is a company that provides cosmetic surgery and I believe they are using faulty practices, faulty equipment or are just blatantly lying in order to keep a certain percentage of deposits each day and canceling peoples surgeries.... Read more »
Sorry to hear that you were scammed. From your description I would consider this to be Consumer Law, however, because the procedure involves surgery, you might also want to post in Medical Malpractice; and since you are interested in bringing a class action, you could also post as Class Action....Read more »
I signed all contract paperwork for a vehicle at a dealership, I haven't signed the loan check yet to give to them yet though. They said I could pick the car up after they repaired it due to recalls. This was a few days ago and I haven't heard anything back, they gave me a rental for the... Read more »
As this question was written 6 days ago, I'm hoping this has been resolved by now. But short answer is, yes you should be able to back out of the deal if you haven't received the car yet. On top of there being some consumer protection laws, that give some room for a buyer to have...Read more »
I was imposition-ed, lied to, accused of drug use in public, used to perform work without compensated, signed notary book and they refuse to show me why? They retaliated because i threaten to report them .
It would seem that you were possible subjected to several civil wrongs, called "torts" by this company, and you may also have wage claims that you can file with the labor commissioner. Yes, you can sue them for the torts that they committed against you, just because they are a 503c...Read more »
You need a lawyer who is knowledgeable on discrimination in employment cases. You can find them by going to the website for the California Employment Lawyer's Association (CELA), or to even the Los Angeles Bar Association's website (LACBA) and looking for their Lawyer's Referral...Read more »
I went inside the bank to deposit a check. Was told was gonna be held til next day. I get email stating it’s on a hold/freeze. That was 8/24. States it will be held til 9/2. Spoke with rep who said confidential hold. Read the reasons on why it could possibly invoke a hold. None of those reasons... Read more »
I was wondering if the Courts allow Installment agreement for cases above the 25k limit, I saw they do offer for below 25k but I could not find any info about above 25k installment agreement on the Court website.
And Should I hire a lawyer to file the Motion and serve the other side. So... Read more »
I left California due to a bad relationship. I foolishly walked away from all responsibilities as I was extremely stressed and left 30k of outstanding debt. Car loans, cc, etc. Prior to this my credit was perfect! It was the biggest mistake of my life!!
You certainly do have options. Talk to one or more bankruptcy lawyers to explore those options. If you are informed that bankruptcy is one of those options, you can probably make all the debt go away, even the lawsuits.
I placed an order from Zumies over the phone (kept getting error codes from site so called customer service), and after the order was placed, I received an email from my bank stating account was low. Went to check it and was charged $65.20 4 separate times. I called back right away and was told... Read more »
I went to the dealership, secured a loan, paid a down payment, signed a contact, and brought the vehicle home. Three weeks later the dealer wants me to sign a new contact? Is this legal? Can I keep the old contact? They also want me to sign something else releasing them from any obligations and say... Read more »
Contract law is usually fairly simple and straightforward. Virtually any attorney can read your contract and the new proposed contract they want you to sign and the other related writings and answer your question for you.
You will likely have to pay a modest fee for the attorney's...Read more »
a dealer is obligated to sell a working vehicle. so it depends if they are fixing what broke down or not. you will need to consult with an attorney familiar with suing car dealerships because the attorneys needs to review all the purchase paperwork and get more detailed information before they...Read more »
Firstly, the seller had a fictitious 2021 tag on a truck with expired registration-dating back to 2017! The DMV demanded $800 to register the vehicle I purchased about 45 days ago. I got involved in a very very light fender bender coming out of a park in an upscale residential neighborhood. I was... Read more »
Some herbs are toxic and labeled not for human consumption, however, I’ve discovered that clients are actually consuming them. I’ve labeled them as deadly toxic. The herbs in question are belladonna and sacred datura.
If she cannot legally provide or sell her services to another because she isn't properly bonded, then wouldn't any auctions she's held be illegal to do and void any contracts between her and the buyers of said illegal (fraudulent) auctions?
I bought a guitar from a pawn shop for $600. A few months later I was short on cash and pawned it at a different pawn shop who then notified me that it had been reported stolen. Now theres a hold on it and the $150 case that I bought at a different store. Am I out $750 now or is there anything I... Read more »
If you have proof of the guitar purchase, take it to the shop that reported it as stolen to see if they will help straighten things out with the police. If it won't, contact the shop you bought it from.
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