There is a lot going on here. You definitely need to meet with an attorney. They can help you get copies of the necessary documentation and potentially make a claim to enforce the contract. Hopefully your requests listed in your question were made in writing. But as long as your contract is in...Read more »
There was a commercial kitchen for sale. It was technically only the equipment. The space has to be rented separately but you couldn’t take the equipment from the space. The price was $25,000 with a required down payment of $5,000. For the deal to work you have to be approved by the landlord... Read more »
A judgment in Missouri is valid for 10 years, so that fact that the judgment against you is 5 years old only means that it is still valid. If you get summoned, you need to appear. Consult with an attorney familiar with judgment debtor examinations, as there is an easy way to avoid answering the...Read more »
First, exhaust your efforts to get paid without hiring an attorney. If that doesn't work and enough money is at issue hire an attorney. Most attorneys could send a letter and many could file suit if necessary.
There is a loan company in a near town that repetitively sends me adds in the mail that I have on a number of occasions asked to stop sending me adds, I have asked them a number of times to remove my address and they still have not.
You can sue for unsolicited calls, text messages, and junk faxes under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) because it provides a "private right of action." Emails are covered by the CAN SPAM Act and individual cannot sued under that act. I'm not aware of any statute that allows you to...Read more »
I inherited a trailer that I didn’t want. I found someone that wanted it so I gave them the title and keys. A month later the person that owned the lot it was in called me and said he didn’t want that person to live on his property. Another months went buy and the guy I gave the trailer to was... Read more »
When researching a friends finances, I discovered that a garnishment in April 2018, was the second attempt to collect a debt that had been purchased sometime prior to November 2011, when the first garnishment order was filed for.
When questioning my friend concerning the information that I... Read more »
Missouri judgments are valid for 10 years and may be revived for additional 10-year periods.
A garnishment was issued because a judgment was entered. A money judgment requires service of process. If your friend was not served, then she should hire an attorney familiar with process of...Read more »
The reason for my absence from court was that I care for my mom that has alzheimers and dementia, and the morning of court my mom was in a bad way and i called the court clerk to ask for a continuance. I was told that I should have called a day earlier but I didn't know that my mom was gonna be in... Read more »
I do not practice in Missouri, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, early payment penalties are usually governed by the provisions of the loan agreement. It's an individual contract between the auto finance company/bank and the car buyer, and different companies can...Read more »
I NEVER PAID THE SALES TAX ON IT, I CANT AFFORD THE TAXES,$1800, IT WAS NEVER TITLED IN MY NAME, IVE BEEN DRIVING AROUND WITH MY OLD PLATES FOR 6 MONTHS, AND IM 3 MONTHS BEHIND IN THE PAYMENTS. I NEVER SHOULD HAVE PURCHASED THE CAR, ITS ALMOST $ 400 A MONTH, AND MY HOURS AT WORK HAVE BEEN CUT. CAN... Read more »
Resubmit Q rewritten: What legal regress / Protections are afforded Consumers when a Judge holds a Biased Court, refuses to let the Jury See Evidence /Hear Evidences of Willful, Wanton/Malicious Fraud, Misrepresentation of Consumers, Breach Of Contract by Owners of State Unlicensed Lodging... Read more »
FYI: The "Judiciary" does not "prosecute" anyone. The judiciary adjudicates legal disputes arising between people and brought in various civil courts--and in some situations the judiciary also hears and decides criminal cases brought by state and federal prosecutors against people accused of...Read more »
How can you see the docket or what information do you need? I’m just curious as the hearing that’s coming up about this. I understand that me not working it won’t go away but they haven’t made any attempt to serve my ex at all.
Without seeing the docket entry, there's no way for me to answer that question other than to guess that maybe they only got one fo the two of you served and the next hearing is on a motion to review but as to the other one of you.
Whether you do or don't have money to to pay the judgment is...Read more »
What does this mean? REVIVAL OF JUDGMENT CALLED, HEARD AND SUSTAINED. THEREFORE, THIS COURT HEREBY REVIVES THE ORIGINAL JUDGMENT HEREIN WITH COSTS TO BE PAID BY DEFENDANT. FOR ADDITIONAL TEN YEARS, AS PROVIDED BY LAW
I was put on an extended stay hotel DNR list due to rumors and nothing else. I rented the room for a week and did put another guest on my room she is an adult, I have no control over her. I did nothing wrong never had the police there, did not bother anyone. I was always in my room. Was told that... Read more »
A hotel may not discriminate against you on account of race, religion, national origin, etc., but may discriminate against you on account of merely not liking you or mistakenly believing you are selling drugs.
And now they are tring to take it and day we stole it when i added up at least 1092.00 on a 700.00 bill how is that right please help me out in getting swindled im lower income have 4 daughters just tring to get by
I am the previous owner of the property. It sold at foreclosure auction on 9/11/18. The current owner agreed to let me rent the property until 3/15/19. My son took his own life 10/26/18, & my granddaughter passed away 12/6/18. The expense of 2 funerals in just over a month caused me a major... Read more »
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