My children and I have had an extended stay at The Residence Inn by Marriott in Oxnard, California for over eight months. I have remained current with all charges and fees and have spend over $70,000 in room and amenity charges We have recieved no complaints from the hotel regarding our stay. A... Read more »
We defaulted a $2500 loan car was repossessed and we were given the opportunity to recover it. Pay in full the amount of loan, with the agreed interest, penalties, repo fees, etc... Also upon picking up our vehicle from the Auto auction where it was located have another $200+ dollars for an... Read more »
MGMT Has said no more pets. My mom is disabled and he is a big dog that needs to go in and out. My mom struggles to do this daily. Also the dog does not get along with the other pets. My sister has been informed via txt to pick up her dog. She has not responded.
Ordinarily, you are under no obligation to keep any other person's animals for any period of time. If she agreed to do so, or accepted money for doing so, that would be different. If she no longer want to, or cannot serve any longer, she should notify her daughter in writing that she will...Read more »
copy of the credit report, stating said debt does not exist, having passed the Statute of Limitations, and having been purged from the report. Is it possible they have something I may not be aware of? Do I have a reasonable chance of success?
Debt collectors are not required to report the alleged debt to the credit reporting agencies (Experian, Equifax, TransUnion). That said, they usually do as long as they can. If this is a debt which you have not paid for more than four years prior to the filing of the complaint, you have an...Read more »
I paid May’s storage a few weeks late. Was charged $25 late fee. When I paid May, I also paid June. But since I still had that u paid $25 late fee, they charged me another $25 since I didn’t pay the $25. It’s a late fee for an unpaid late fee. Is that legal?
Without seeing the storage contract, and the history of your payments, it is impossible to determine whether you are being charged incorrectly or not. Find a local legal aid clinic and go there and ask one of their attorneys your questions. Make sure you take your storage contract so the exact...Read more »
This doesn't make any sense. "[D]efinition of confidence"? Never heard of it. If you are asking whether you are entitled to the specific model of rental car, instead of a similar car within the same class of cars, it would depend on your contract. However, if the rental agency substituted a...Read more »
Me and wife were served a summons for a civil lawsuit for an outstanding hospital bill from 10/13. We have no assets, don’t own our home and I am on SSDI wife is unemployed and has pending SSDI claim. We have no way of paying this. Is it in our best interest to file a response to this summons or... Read more »
You appear to have a viable defense. The statute of limitations is 4 years on a written contract. Code of Civil Procedure section 337. Whether or not you agreed to extend the statute or it has been tolled by your progress payments is unknown....Read more »
I was in a car accident 12/17 that resulted in neck and back pain. I went to the ER and multiple dr visits such as PT, chiropractor, neurologist for neck and back injections. My medical lien is 953$ and my car damages were 4500$. I was in a car accident back in 2012 with similar symptoms also.
The company the 100K customers contracted with is called AlphaRacks. AlphaRacks contracted with a company called QuadraNet to provide the actual computer servers. Those two companies have some type of dispute. Without warning on 5/16/19, QuadraNet disconnected access for all of AlphaRacks... Read more »
The only way to solve this problem is to read all the written contracts made between the two warring companies and then read all the contracts made between you and whichever company you had a contractual relationship with. If you think there is a class action hiding in these facts, hire a lawyer
In December of 2018 my home sustained over 45,000 interior damage rendering it uninhabitable . I signed a contract with a licensed , reputable restoration company February 20, 2019 for repairs . Contract appears legal but the start and end date of work was left blank . Explanation given “ we may... Read more »
Based upon your description of what happened it sounds like you have good reason to ask the builder for a statement of the work done, and then pay the builder some reasonable amount (especially for materials) and cancel the contract IN WRITING. However, before you do that you might want to look...Read more »
It was a government vehicle he bought at auction and I believe he was supposed to register it in his name first before he sold it to me.but he didn't and I paid him $200 to register and give me my license plates but he still hasn't done it it's been 5 months.
This can get quite expensive for the bad guy here. A lawsuit re: failure to deliver title, can be a problem for the dealer. START by contacting the DMV investigations department and by reaching out to a consumer protection attorney.
A friend, who is naïve and mentally-challenged received an auto loan with a principal amount of $3,900 at an interest rate of 47.99% with equally horrendous late charges. To date she has paid over $11,000 on the $3,900 and the lender is requiring $3,500 from her to pay it off. I want them to... Read more »
I cosighned for a bail paid 2000 down signed a contract and its been a week and a half since person was released. I received a call from bondsmen demanding another co-sighner. I have thoroughly read my contract and nothing in it says I need or agreed to an additional co-sighner. I even put down... Read more »
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