You can talk to the lender, but lender likely will not agree to take you off. So the loan would have to be refinanced. If ex won't refinance or pay, then file with the court to have ex held in contempt. Talk to your divorce attorney, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce...Read more »
I signed and submitted the renewal contract. A week later they undid the signed renewal and increased the rent amount. They said the amount in the contract was not correct. This seems illegal. If I wanted to void the contract a week after signing, there would be a penalty. How can they modify it if... Read more »
If you signed the renewal first, and landlord hadn't signed the renewal, then landlord could decide not to sign it, and instead, change the rent amount and send you a revised renewal to sign. But if you and landlord both signed the renewal, and then landlord came back and changed it, then...Read more »
Would I be better off waiting to file for lemon replacement until AFTER the manufacturer declares BK and is out of it, or would a person be better off filing BEFORE the BK is announced, and try to race the manufacturer's potential BK?
I order a lot online from Nordstrom.com. Unfortunately, sizing is an art form, and I've had to return most of what of what I've ordered. They have FREE SHIPPING which is awesome since I love their clothes, shoes, etc.. Anyway, I received an email 4-16-20 stating Nordstrom will no... Read more »
You would have to consult the terms of your cardholder agreement, but the answer is almost certainly yes they can do that. Most stores reserve the right to cancel accounts for a variety of reasons including excessive returns.
I have agreed to buy an item listed on Facebook Marketplace. I am in Ohio, as is the seller. We used facebook messenger to come to an agreement. The seller has since raised the price, and also listed it on ebay. Do I have a legally binding agreement?
If you were sold a trailer that the seller claimed was a 2021 model but was, in fact, a 2020 model, the seller has violated the Consumer Sales Practices Act, (CSPA) ORC 1345.02 (B) (2) among other sections of that act. You have a legal claim against the seller, especially if this representation is...Read more »
Vehicle on day one broke down ended up needing two batteries for 750 dollars, then immediately needed 3k repairs which didn’t resolve some issues. Bottom of car completely rusted and local mechanic said it has sustained water damage. Dealer sent me check for 1500.00 which is no where near... Read more »
Check your contract. If you purchased the car "as is" and no affirmative misrepresentations about the car were made, you are likely out of luck. If the dealer made affirmative misrepresentations about the quality of the car, you may have a cause of action under Ohio's Consumer Sales...Read more »
You are likely barred from bringing a claim against the supplier because you did not include them in the first lawsuit. Ohio litigants are required to sue all necessary parties to a suit. If they don't, then future cases can be barred. This is to encourage efficient litigation and discourage...Read more »
I told them in a phone call to take it to court and stop contacting me. They still keep calling me and sending me emails. I tried to kill myself and was taken to the mental hospital because they won't leave me alone.
Alright so I have recently bought a car cash from a car lot with issues that are supposed to be fixed and now they won't. I asked for ALL disclosed problems and he said muffler and coil pack which he fixed, then he called me a day later saying the steering column is messed up and he said I can... Read more »
If you can't work it out, you will have to sue in small claims court up to $6000, or in municipal court up to $15,000. Over that amount, sue in common pleas court. You would have to prove there was a warranty covering the problem or that the dealer failed to disclose known problems. Use the...Read more »
I gave birth to my son on 7/30/19 at 9:46pm. My husband and I have a high deductible insurance policy and expected to pay a large portion out of pocket, but we didn't expect to pay for stuff that never happened. The hospital strongly encourages NOT sending babies to the nursery. I kept my son... Read more »
It is illegal for a hospital to charge for items that were not approved or authorized by you, to charge fees for services and rooms never provided, and some of the other conduct you described could also be illegal. You potentially have some claims under the Consumer Sales Practices Act in Ohio, if...Read more »
It's unlikely that any attorney could offer meaningful input on a loan based on a few facts posted here. They would need to sit down with you and review the loan agreement. But it would be a consultation that you would probably need to pay a fee for, and it's likely that loan agreements...Read more »
They still haven't taken care of warranty work they promised to do as recent as 2 months ago up till this last conversation and now that I said we were done with the games he now has sent me a bill for money that was owed at one time but he waived as good will gesture because of how long it... Read more »
Cannot imagine that the work taking 2 1/2 years did not breach at least a portion of the contract. Was it properly permitted and installed by a licensed installer? The emails may establish a waiver. Have you been able to stay in the house? I would imagine that an occupancy permit was not issued.
I have tried countless time to make payment arrangements on a local tax which I owe. The agency will not negotiate with me at all. The original debt was $1600. The agency tacked on any additional $1900 in fees and interest. They will only allow 18 months to pay off the debt. I have a small... Read more »
I haven't taken possession of my house or even had my first walk through. we have not even made our last payment. I live next door so i watched all of this and informed them. They said they are not going to fix it. Are they responsible to give us what we paid for. we did not pay for a cracked... Read more »
Some cracking in the driveway and sidewalks occur, but it seems odd that it would occur so soon in your concrete. If you still have funds left to pay, I would have the driveway and sidewalk inspected before making any further payment. Make sure you use a reputable expert in concrete issues, not...Read more »
They had bought the car from an auction and sold it to me for $3600 with no warranty with temporary tag. Then engine showed damage a week later. I thought my only option was to sell car as is to get something back. However dealer could not get me a title for the car! I called them and because of... Read more »
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