Not enough information is provided in this post----are you in criminal or civil court? If civil, what type case is this? This is necessary information to properly respond---my suggestion is that you consult with a lawyer in your area and discuss the specifics with him. Good luck.
More information to properly answer this question is needed and most likely a proper answer can only be provided if one were to review both contracts. If this the situation where the same parties wrote up 1 contract and then agreed to write up a 2nd contract? Or is the property owner party to...Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Your post does not indicate that you suffered damages. If you did not sustain injury, there would not be a basis for you to sue. Having standing to sue would require injuries. And if you did suffer injury, it...Read more »
Should I responded to the clerk of courts or should I let the debt management company take care of the issues or should I contact the lawyer that had me severed with the papers and try to make a settlement.
Unfortunately this is not uncommon for people dealing with debt management companies. You should discuss this with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. The filing of a bankruptcy may prevent the credit card company from obtaining a judgement against you.
I DONT own a business but I do know of people in the seafood industry and at time I am able to get great deals. I had a friend who wanted shrimp but he changed the order at the last minute and I had to cancel it. I gave him his 850 dollars cash back but now he is saying I didn't pa him back. I... Read more »
It can be both. If your supposed friend contacts law enforcement and makes some sort of allegation that you committed a crime against him----theft of money is a crime---and the law enforcement officer issues you a summons or arrests you, then you are in the arena of a criminal matter, which must...Read more »
Depends on your location and if this is your first offense. My suggestion is that you contact a few criminal defense or an administrative law attorneys in your area, set up a consultation, ask your questions and then decide if you want to hire a lawyer (you should) or try to handle this on your...Read more »
To paraphrase a Texas judge: "You can sue a bowl of Gumbo." Most repair shops are licensed by a government agency, you can check for a city/county business license or a state license for auto repair shops. Find out who the license was issued to. Check for the name of an individual so...Read more »
Hello! I have a question about expired judgements. I have an expired judgement in the state of Louisiana. It was never renewed and no collection attempts. It was 15 years ago. I am attempting to purchase a home this year and want to know if expired judgements will affect the home buying process and... Read more »
If the judgment is over 10 years old and was not reinscribed then you can file an affidavit with the clerks office to have the judgment cancelled. Our office handles residential closings and have handled similar issues with no problem.
I have tons hours of documentarian videos emails This all started after the Equifax data breach supposedly I have stock and bonds and on line holding I know nothing about credit fraud a bankruptcy was reported and then removed still affected my like government had all kind of rules and citations... Read more »
Someone called saying they were from a law firm about an online loan from I think 2007... I know for a fact I never applied for an online loan but they said the money went to my bank account. I have been dealing with different companies regarding this one loan for about 5 years now and none of them... Read more »
I bought a Bronco years ago and my uncle verbally agreed on $14k for full restoration. Nearly 3 yrs and $34k later, I realize that I am being taken advantage of. I decide to pick up my Bronco and have no further work done. The work is poor, the paint is covering decades of dirt, and the engine... Read more »
Absolutely not! After paying tax title license n doing several repairs along with getting new tires after an almost fatal blowout, I get a notice saying it's been flooded n I can't get a license plate which also means I can't get an inspection sticker. I can't drive a car I... Read more »
Informed in dentist office the paper work signed only pre qualified me. Did not know an active loan was in place until payment reminder came in mail from lender. Every “TILA” law was crushed in this whole process by said Dentist office and said lender. Both are working in conjunction against me... Read more »
Assuming that you had the expensive dental work done the written documents you signed allow the dentist and the creditor to collect the money you agreed to pay from you; it doesn't matter what you were told before the procedure. If you are unhappy about the interest rate, contact a Louisiana lawyer.
If the title to the car is written the same way most are, the two owner names are either unconnected or are separated by the word "or" which in either case means the car is owned equally by the owners. If so, then each owner can sell the car, or possibly take out a loan against the car;...Read more »
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