My husband knew something wasn't right with the install, we had them come over several times as our humidity was was out of control. Every time a tech came over, they insisted that all we needed was to spend thousands more to get a whole home dehumidifier. One time they were at my home inspecting... Read more »
If the state court case meets all the requirements for being brought in a federal district court, the defendant(s) can remove it to the proper federal district court having jurisdiction. You as plaintiff can object to removal--which may be granted--because the federal court does not have to take...Read more »
I lost both my laptop and the money that was my paid to me due to a fake credit card through facebook marketplace. I know the real name of the person who stole from and his facebook and Instagram accounts. What can I do?
I recieved a business card from a repo company PI. Not only did i recieve it at my house but it got addressed to me and sent to my boyfriends house as well. I never put his address on any documents what so ever. The only place i have his address is my phone and my car GPS. I never put his address... Read more »
In these days of very advanced high-tech electronic systems and devices there is no doubt that smart investigators, private or otherwise can track anyone, anywhere at anytime--without stopping for coffee. There is nothing legal that you or I can do about it either. Welcome to America, circa 2019.
I was recently qualified through NACA for a mortgage. I paid for a home inspection, I got a contract of sale, and I hired an architect (all out of pocket). The rehab specialist I was dealing with was extremely negligent in returning calls and emails. It took her a week to contact me back and sp I... Read more »
As you just found out, tor all practical purposes the answer is yes. BTW: The lesson just learned--about what happens to many people who have bad attitudes when dealing with other people who can pull the rug out from under them--is much more valuable than you think. As Archie Bunker used to say to...Read more »
return tomorrow with a 500 dollar check so the process to locate my desired SUV can begin. I realized when I got home that the "deal" I was given was no deal at all. I am a diabetic and yesterday my blood sugar levels were so low I could barely think straight. I either want to re negogiate the... Read more »
Dell knows they sold me a 5k lemon that never worked because both graphics cards were never recognized, and it was missing a blu ray burner that I paid for and I have the documentation, e-mails, phone calls and tracking numbers to prove it. Dell know that instead of repairing my computer in June... Read more »
IMPO, the arbitration clause in the contract is valid regardless of how bad the laptop was when Dell sold it to you--or how many terrible things Dell has done since--or how much proof you have against Dell.
if the land lord failed to make repairs and put my kids in danger, i am still married but live out of states due to work, i pay the full rent and come see my kids, i try to make some repairs, can i take the land lord to court to supreme court instead of housing court which is a joke to me, what... Read more »
Generally, the most appropriate forum to demand repairs in a landlord/tenant situation is in Housing Court through an HP Proceeding. It would be unusual, costly and most probably substantially slower to try to commence a case in Supreme Court to compel repairs.
Ocwen has a record that it's paid, but won't give us a copy of it. Title company requiring satisfaction and payoff check to release funds, they are not available to us, Mom is deceased. Title company knows that ResCap/GMAC went bankrupt. Ocwen has no legal obligation to provide a satisfaction... Read more »
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