It's possible part of your post was left off; there wasn't a question included here. You could try reposting so that a Tennessee attorney could see your question. As a general note, the homeowner should be given the opportunity to review the terms and sign; at the same time, technicians can...Read more »
Although the lease stipulated that the renter (me) would pay for the electric utilities, at no time during the course of the lease (nor the five or so months following its end when I resided on the premises as a month-to-month (leaseless) tenenat) did the landlord broach the subject of the... Read more »
While it's possible to legally analyze this from the standpoint of whether the material was abandoned, what did the contract say about leftover material, etc., it could be more simple and practical to look at it as a matter of common courtesy. Send the contractor an email, and if they reply that...Read more »
I counted votes with reality company board hired. President now had several proxy’s that looked fishy. They verified their own proxy’s. Our board is a bit shady and now to have the same president and treasurer to stay on board. We have requested financial reports with receipts and have gotten... Read more »
You may want to consult with an attorney. HOA cases are not easy to win as a plaintiff. This is because the legal standard that applies usually favors whatever action the HOA takes. There are limits to this deference to the HOA though. Outright fraud may be actionable. The facts here that...Read more »
Im liable for the money unless i truly believed the check was good? And i even offered to pay the bank back in installments if theyd draw up the paperwork, but he said no and now it's gonna be a lot more! Help!
I believe I already answered this question when originally posted; and since you still do not understand why you are liable for the money that the bank lost on the bad check you deposited allow me to try again to explain.
1. All bank customers who deposit checks that later bounce are...Read more »
They helped us mive from GA to TN 2 years ago. We made a partial payment to them and they moved most of our stuff. They had to go back and get a few remaining possessions and have held onto them while waiting for us to pay the remaining balance. We've had financial difficulties and have discussed... Read more »
You could consult with a Tennessee attorney about such a case, and some of the fundamental questions that would arise are: what damages did you sustain, and are there medical records to support those damages.
I bought a lot that previously had a trailer on it and although the trailer had been moved it was advertised as with utilities. I paid more for the utilities than the land and now discover the septic collapsed and the electric pole is no good and must be replaced. The seller says he sold me the... Read more »
Possibly- but it will mean filing a lawsuit against the seller. Intentional misrepresentation ( also called "fraudulent misrepresentation") can be the basis for rescission ( un-doing) a contract. You basically have to prove the seller lied to you, which can be difficult. consult an experienced...Read more »
We were not backwards on the car trade. The manager has admitted we were screwed by the salesmen, but will not correct the contract to reflect the MSRP. What I have read they can only charge more for MSRP when the price is publicly advertised (it was not), and according to the Federal Monroney... Read more »
I doubt you have any type of legal remedy. You might hire a lawyer to sue to Rescind the Purchase, but continuing to use the car will defeat your possible case. It appears that you ultimately agreed to the price, unless you did not sign a Bill of Sale, or a Note and Financing Agreement.
In 9/16, grandma cosigned a car for me. She had passed on 1/17. No probabte has been opened due to no funds upfront,& other heirs wont help. I had ankle surgery on 12/17, was off for 2 months, got behind on car payment. I got caught back up as good as I could.
The Creditor probably can Probate Grandmother's Estate for its benefit. But it is very unlikely. You are probably better off filing a Notice of Exempt Property with whatever Court and Docket Number you are being sued under. You should be able to Exempt all property, but be careful with any Bank...Read more »
The usual Statute of Limitations is six years from date of Contract Breach. That is from your last payment under the Contract. Sometimes the Contract Terms state a different SOL. You need a competent attorney to force them to prove the date of breach, and you must plead the SOL.
A judgement against me was ordered by the court on April 7th 2009. It was filed with the court clerk on May 23rd 2009. It was recorded in the Journal on June 15th 2009. Which date does the 10 year period expire on?
The Judgment Lien exists against your property in that County where it is registered for ten years from the date of Judgment. If it was ordered by the Judge on 4/7/2009, then the Lien lapsed last midnight. However the Judgment Creditor might have asked the Court to extend it for another ten...Read more »
Writing off a Loan is not a legal term. The Lender has apparently decided not to pursue collection activities against you and has taken a business loss on its taxes. The Note is probably still enforceable for at least 6 years from your last payment and could still be the basis of a Breach of...Read more »
You can hire an attorney to file a Declaratory Judgment Action against the County and State. It would probably be a Fifth Amendment based issue, but has little likelihood of success. The expense alone would exceed the the Sewer Charges for several years.
one loan was almost paid off it was $962 the other loan was for 15,000 for a car there were separate loans it was the Redstone Federal credit Union I froze my account so I could not pay on the car payments 2 months behind on the $15,000 long because they froze my account would not take out the... Read more »
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