I’ll start with this is taking place in Massachusetts. A former tenant received mail in June from an attorney’s office. I marked the mail, return to sender and sent a separate certified letter advising the person no longer lived at my home. Last week a mailing for the tenant came in from the... View More
If no relief is being sought against you, this is of no issue to you. The attorney's acts may be incorrect, ignorant or unfair but you have no right to redress against him. You may want to send the former tenant (if you know where he is) the letters you sent to the attorney and the court for...View More
The TX company is offering a 20% discount on the product they sent, which makes me feel they know they did something wrong. The pens are OK, but I had a desperate need for these mechanical pencils to give to my employees for music editing purposes - one cannot edit rented music with pens.
Yes, you are correct. They did not fulfill the order properly so they are attempting to mitigate the damages for you and the profit loss for them by offering you 20% off the order you did receive. That does not necessarily mean you have to accept. There may be a few options available to you....View More
I purchased a "package" of 10 day school classes for my dog with a dog training company. After using 6 of those classes I was fired as a client without discussion or reason. The company is refusing the refund me for the remaining 4 classes. Since I was already charged for these classes... View More
You should consult the terms of the contract with the dog training company. That should outline what your rights and responsibilities are. If you feel your termination was an unfair and deceptive act or practice, and you are entitled to a refund, prepare a demand letter under G.L. c. 93A. For...View More
It doesn't show on credit report and they want to auction house now after 12 years. Don't care about the house but don't want to have to file bankruptcy 12 years after the fact. We haven't lived there for 12 years.
The statute of limitations for a suit on a promissory note in Massachusetts is six years from the date of breach and the limitations period can be extended by part payment. If you stopped paying more than six years ago and did not subsequently make partial payments, and there was nothing that would...View More
i financed a car on 1/20/23 had it in my possesion for 6 hrs and engine cut out oil spilling everywhere had it towed back to dealership same night was given a rental for 3 weeks dealership called me and said they had another car to offer and said 2500 would go to new car for trade in they made of... View More
This should be covered by the Massachusetts Used Car Lemon Law. This explains it in more detail than I can in a Q&A forum like this one: https://www.mass.gov/guides/guide-to-used-vehicle-warranty-law You should call the hotline phone number listed n the website and explain the situation to...View More
specific information about the debt, like the name of the original creditor, the name of the current debt owner, the date of the last payment, and the chain of ownership from the creditor to the current owner of the debt....
I know of nothing in the rule addressing this specifically, but the references to complaint, clerk, district court, etc. lead me to believe Rule 8.1 does not apply to small claims. Also, small claims rule 2(b) contains its own verification of debt requirements for assigned debt.
I’m not the only one this is happened to according to the reviews I imagine it was just poor quality material as I have pictures of everything. The bolt heads were sheared off. Minimal damage done to truck and nobody hurt, but money had to be paid for a rental and other expenditures.
Forward a demand to Amazon and the company for a refund and all your expenses. Depending on how much is at issue and how much they offer, consider accepting a settlement to avoid the hassle of small claims and having to chase them to collect. Otherwise, if they refuse to pay or do not make an...View More
I was in a car accident last year my insurance company considered my car totaled and I canceled the plates in April of last year before they took it. They had messed up when the tow company was coming so my plates were still in my car and I told the insurance guy I just needed an hour before... View More
Unfortunately I suggest you obtain the services of a New York attorney experienced in this type of law because you are going to have to convince a judge that you are not responsible for the tickets based on your circumstances described above. You can also keep attempting to dispute the tickets...View More
I recently bought a stair lift from a vendor who came recommended by a friend. This was for my 87 year old dad who is 5'4". I paid $4000. The vendor asked me for pictures of the location. So, I sent him a picture of the stairway which has a door at the bottom. He mentioned that the stair... View More
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. A starting point could be to review the terms of the agreement or consult with an attorney to review them with you. Good luck
I recently started the process of financing a vehicle through a dealer 20 days went by and a new lie every day still no vehicle so I cancelled deal by phone . Its now over 30 day and just finding out loan is still active and first payment is overdue , the dealer is only one who can cancel deal and... View More
I recently started the process of buying a truck I financed through dealer they agreed to pay off my loan promised truck I 4 days 15 days later still no truck so I backed out of deal I need to pay off my loan and get title
This is something an insurance professional would know better than an attorney. The industry relies more on individual factors such as age, gender, health factors (history of disease, smoking, alcohol, etc.), and activities/line of work, etc. An insurance professional could offer a more...View More
I purchased pre-certified 2015 bmw 535xi when it has 55k miles on it and now the car only has 62k miles on it in 2022. it broke down on me yesterday. It's barely driven for all these years and it breaks down (possibly the drivetrain).
MCM contacted me saying one of the debts i owe to a credit card company is now in collections but the guy threatening me that the credit card company is going to file a lawsuit against me, he didn't say if he had proof or anything and made me pay fast.
Debt collectors are not supposed to threaten to file suit unless they actually intend to do so. However, if you owe the money and you are inclined to pay you may want to treat this as an opportunity to make a settlement favorable to you.
Marriott hotel in Kolkata, India was booked by us for a day to host my brother's marriage. Marriott sneaked in two more parties in our time slot before our events began and hence we could not decorate our event properly since other parties were still present. The time slot assigned to us was... View More
Where did you sign the contract, in the US or in India? What does the contract say, (the terms and conditions may be online) do Indian or US laws apply? You can always write a demand letter to Marriott in the US. he worst they can do is say no.
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