In a brief I took over a pizzeria and restaurant in jersey shore boardwalk, the pizzeria name are also named to about other 4 restaurant in the same boardwalk but with different way, like one is named original....., other name restaurant and pizzeria, other named (...... 4)., mine is name (....... Read more »
Generally speaking, a business does not have to register a trademark in order to have trademark rights. There are common law trademark rights that are acquired by use of the mark. Using a trademark that is confusingly similar may be deemed infringement. However, if your mark was in use before the...Read more »
Since there was no signed formal contract and you did not pay for the vehicle, there was nothing to prevent the dealer from selling it to anyone else. This is a common practice among car dealers, which is completely legal. Realistically, whenever you go to purchase a car, or any other vehicle, do...Read more »
Price gouging occurs when a seller increases the prices of goods, services or commodities to a level much higher than is considered reasonable or fair. Price gouging may be considered exploitative and unethical.
New Jersey's price gouging law bans excessive price increases during a...Read more »
Chase denied a loan modification. My attorney appealed but the Bankruptcy judge agreed to suspend the loan modification. The loan was sold. If the new lender denies a loan mod will the foreclosure process start all over again? I have been making regular mortgage payments with Chase since the... Read more »
After 8 months, diagnose crack in engine wall. 2013 audi 135k miles. They kept telling me they are having trouble diagnosing the problem After 8 months say cant be fixed. They had my car three different times for a month each time, trying to diagnose it
During a deployment overseas, there was an incident involving multiple personnel. US Army CID took fingerprints and statements from personnel involved. The charges are shown on an fbi personal rap sheet few years after. There was no court martial. The disposition is only an article 15 ( non... Read more »
I'm having trouble finding who to address my letter to and eventually serve. I'm not 100% sure that I have the correct information. I have two status reports with one of the entities having their status revoked. The business is a Massage Envy franchise located in Clifton. When I looked... Read more »
The best way to find out the legal name of a business entity, along with the name of the registered agent, president, or CEO (etc) is to use the NJ Division of Revenue and Enterprise website and order the business entity standing certificates, long-form with officers. I believe it will cost you...Read more »
- I caught the company taking an un-contractual 50% off the top, nearly $10,000. I brought it up and they agreed to “give it back”. Which in turn went from his right pocket to his left because of the ridiculous “bill” he gave me.... Read more »
I had a cash buyer for my home. The oil tank was lifted. I was there when it was lifted. I did not sign a change order for any additional work, or remediation. I am a Property Manager and would bid it out for the best contractor if the work truly needed to be done. I believe this guy was a... Read more »
Although you can sue the contractor, this will not be cost effective. Since the house was foreclosed on, you will need to file a Bankruptcy in order to avoid liability for the deficiency judgment when the property is sold at sheriff sale. Even if you win against the contractor, the Chapter 7...Read more »
We got our certified 2016 Acura MDX card in April 2019. It has factory warranty till 2020 and we got additional warranty till 2023. We had to fix the trunk closing sensor and the dealer refused for resurfing the brakes. We got that fixed and found that our windshield is not from Acura and was... Read more »
If you are in NJ, you need to retain an experienced civil litigation attorney, who can probably sue for violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, among other things. A finding of liability under the N.J. Consumer Fraud Act entitles you to triple damages plus attorney fees.
Depending on your overall circumstances and how the numbers work out, you have 2 main choices. The first one is to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to file a motion based on changed circumstances to reduce the amount of child support. The alternative, which would depend on your overall...Read more »
My elderly, low income mom (on medicaid) resides in an assisted living facility . I pay her rent there every month. They added on a $4,000 charge and recently and claimed it was because they did not bill her the correct amount monthly, going 2 years back. She doesn't have this money, can... Read more »
In order to answer this question an attorney would need to review any contracts signed by your mother and by you. Some violations of the law allow you to demand that your attorneys fees be paid by the defendant t in certain circumstances and if an attorney thinks you have such a case and it is...Read more »
Ultimately, if there was a material misrepresentation made in connection with the sale of the investment, then you could potentially sue for it. Generally the misrepresentation must be made at the time of sale to be actionable.
With regards to notice of the change of ownership, that...Read more »
I got a loan agreement to finance furniture but after sign the agreement I decided to cancel because I found a better deal. I called the bank to cancel the agreement the said they would void it only when the furniture store confirms that I cancel the order and didn’t receive anything from them? I... Read more »
I predict there will come a day when many more people will learn--by asking contact questions like this on here on Justia--not to sign any contracts without reading them very closely. Your particular situation reminded me of the advice I have given to every person in my family and to every friend...Read more »
I bought a 2009 Jaguar with 62,000 miles. When I bought the vehicle there was minor defects and the dealership agreed to fixing and delivering the vehicle to my home, for the inconvenience of the vehicle not prepared or ready for pickup. I bought the vehicle a over a week ago. I signed for a loan... Read more »
I highly recommend calling the dealership to check on the status of the repairs on your car. There could be a valid reason for the delay. If you really want to protect yourself, in addition to calling, you can write a detailed letter requesting information surrounding the transaction. Be sure to...Read more »
I heard that payday loans are illegal in NJ. I took 600 put and paid four payments of $206 . I also heard that since they are illegal I only have to pay the principal. Is this true,? The rest of my cc and such ate in good standing so I don't want to file for bankruptsy. What can they do to me,,?
Think this all the way through: If the payday loan creditor operates its business anywhere in the state of New Jersey there is a really strong possibility that payday loans are NOT illegal in New Jersey. What can they do if you do not repay? They can sue you.
The difference is a wage garnishment vs a levy. Wage garnishment is up to 10% of weekly pay. A levy is on an asset, including a bank account. It does not matter that it is wages, because unless it is social security, it is not exempt. Hope you see the difference
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