A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend what kind of property is involved. Many state comptroller's offices have online resources for unclaimed funds. These usually involve unclaimed checks for public utility bills and similar...View More
when it comes to credit card debt, it's important to consider the statute of limitations. In New Mexico, the statute of limitations for most types of contracts, including credit card debt, is typically four years. This means that the creditor generally has up to four years from the date of...View More
we received a call for my wife today who was a cosigner on the original loan. this person said they work for an arbitration firm and said since my wife did not respond to the letter they sent within the 30 days they were proceeding with filing judgement paperwork. problem is we never received a... View More
there is a statute of limitations on debts, which sets a time limit for legal action to be taken. The statute of limitations for a car loan or breach of contract can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the specific circumstances of the case. However, it is highly unusual for a debt from 20 years...View More
Typically, used vehicles are sold as-is. Lemon laws vary from state to state but generally speaking, they only involve brand spanking new vehicles purchased directly from a dealership that has had multiple failed attempts to fix the same issue. Again, these exact parameters are not true for every...View More
Had arbitration through NM Bar for attorney/client dispute over fees. Was never given a fee agreement and paid cash to the attorney, Went to arbitration under a voluntary attorney assigned by the bar. Arbitrator ruled against me , I objected to the matter, I am being ignored and have received no... View More
It depends on if the arbitration agreement or arbitration procedure provides for any appeal, most do not. If any appeal is to be filed, I would say New Mexico trial court, but I have no experience with NM arbitration rules.
Yes, there are lawyers taking these cases. You can contact any of us who practice in the area of personal injury, particularly those who advertise experience in class action or pharmaceutical litigation.
I purchased a car from a location with dealer tags and was promised the car was rebuilt and no engine light on but to also be able to be legally registered and emissioned. The day after I bought it the check engine light came on and it was for o2 sensors, causing me not to be able to to emissions... View More
I tried to get it dismissed because I never finished or obtained a degree and the ending result the loans racked up to around $89,000 theres no way I can afford to pay this back I have 3 kids now and I filed paperwork because I found it tech was still filing loans for me and collecting student aid... View More
I purchased a water softener unit for my house and I recently found out that the finance company placed a lien on my property as soon as the contracts were signed. The payments have been paid regularly and up to date when I found out of the lien on my property. Can this be done without a judgement?
A loan company online gave me the name of a bank rep at BBVA Compass and now wants me to pay a hefty referral fee. They said I would have to pay 9% and I didn’t understand what I would be paying 9% on. I got approved for my loan but do to me calling BBVA Compass and getting approved with my... View More
it does sound like a scam. I understand you never agreed to such a referral fee up front. If this is a consumer loan i would contact the consumer protection unit of the state Attorney Generals Office in Santa Fe.
You have a claim for the tort of unreasonable debt collection if they...View More
The alleged debt is over 14 years old. The letter, and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, says I have 30 days to dispute the debt or they will assume it is valid. Most online advice I read tells me, whether I think the debt is valid or not, to send them a letter and ask for more information.... View More
You should ask that the debt be validated. It won't be an admission if the debt is valid or not. Also, it is good if they know your address, so if they do decide to sue you they will have a good address to send the summons and complaint. When you get sued, its important to respond to the...View More
Last year I was walking out of jcpenny. I was already several feet out of the doors and loss prevention stopped me and said I needed to go back inside. I refused and he then literally body slammed me outside on the pavement. Several people witnessed it. I am a female and this was a man . I... View More
I notice you are from Fort Worth but you are asking the question in New Mexico. The statute of limitations in New Mexico is three years, so you still have time. I will not state with certainty what it is in Texas, but it could be two years, if it happened in Texas I would recommend consulting an...View More
yes. There is a regulation. See TITLE 8 CHAPTER 302 PART 2 NMAC.
It may not apply to your situation. I am not aware of any court rulings on this provision of the Administrative Code. It is a little complicated. More information would be helpful. What type of services? Was their medicare,...View More
Read your lease agreement. Write a letter to the landlord if you believe there is a breach of the lease. Notify the landlord that he is in breach if the lease agreement supports your view. Be careful before you decide to take action on your interpretation of the lease. You might want to consult a...View More
Hello, I am putting up a website that users can rate other people on. The concerns I have is people might feel infringed on with their privacy (all the people's names, rates and etc will be user supplied) and it might be seen as cyberbullying what people will say about others. I was hoping... View More
An easy answer is can you get insurance? If not, maybe you want to apply your talents to a different type of site. People will want to get at you and you may not want to have to hire lawyers at the other end. The short answer is if you allow people to say libelous things, then you may have exposure...View More
I bought a car from a private party. The seller stated there were cosmetic issues but the car ran well. During the title signing, we found that it was a salvaged title, but the seller said there were no issues with the car. After everything was signed and we had possession of the car, we found... View More
As long as the issues are those that the seller knew about. Sounds like he halfway admitted. Send him a note that per your ealier discussions you'd like him to take the vehicle and title back. If he ignores file it in small claims court (magisterial district Court) for where he lives.
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