I did, found someone else to pay for it. Now he is on drugs and called the police about the car. Is there anyway i can keep him from having any legal right to the car since he forfeited by not paying? He is a parolee, showing signs of mental illness or the drug abuse.
If the police ever contact you about this silly situation just tell the police that you are a co-owner of the car and did not "steal" it from your brother. They already know he is a parolee, which will not help his case.
I didn't have time for asking for the finding out more about some sort of account that I was beneficiary or some kind of account from a will. I didn't get the information about account number or any info about this account, just told on phone call to the banks 1800number, then I went to the bank... Read more »
The bizarre story has all the markings of a scam in the making. Why? Because reputable banks do not just call people on the phone to discuss their bank accounts--especially if the person called has no idea they had the "accounts."
My sister took my wedding photos for free as a “gift”, but since then has decided she’s not going to give them to me. She won’t talk to anyone or listen to anyone who asks her for the photos. Many family members have offered to pay to see the photos but she refuses. We were married in a... Read more »
Unfortunately, no. The law does not provide for any way to enforce unkept promises unless there was an agreement and unless both sides received consideration. I suggest you try to compromise and at least pay the photographer something--because the photos are hers.
I am a corporation and got half the money up front for special order materials. I got the material started the job, delays/issues happened worh other jobs, weather, help not showing etc long story short verbally had agreed with H/O that job would be complete by xyz date and it wasn't so they fired... Read more »
A few months ago my ex sister in laws pet needed to be seen by a vet. I called the vet and set up the appointment for her. The vet put both of our names on the file even tho it was for her animal. I went with her to the appointment for moral support and I watched her animal for a few days till she... Read more »
It sounds like you have some choices: (1) Pay the old vet bill so the vet will take your pet in; (2) don't pay the vet bill and wait to see if the vet tries to collect; (3) Ignore the two previous choices and find a new vet for you pet (4) do nothing.
A programs director for an agency that takes care of people with Developmental Disabilities is paid as a programs director but also serves clients from his agency and is paid as independent contractor for serving the clients in his house
My grandparents died 5 years ago and had a house out of state that hasn’t sold. It is listed online as “off market” and we still have not received the inheritance from the executor. Do they have a time limit on when this needs to be paid out? It’s been 5 years and it still is not settled.
There is no set time for an estate to be wound up and paid out; it depends on the size of the estate and other factors. The executor (or personal representative) of a last will has a fiduciary responsibility to protect the assets entrusted to them and to insure that everything is done legally so as...Read more »
Issued Quit Claim Deed not filed. Did not list the conversion back to estate. Filing a Rule 60 to vacate declaratory judgement. I mistakenly thought hearing on expedited basis without counsel just to set discovery, pleadings etc. Instead car overheated ,telephonically held and in 9 minutes rush... Read more »
The VERY FIRST THING you should do is hire a qualified lawyer and stop trying to represent yourself. There are ways to fix SNAFU's like this; however, you should expect to pay attorney fees to rescue you.
You have equal rights to the leased property without a court order based on domestic violence. Either move and notify to our landlord in writing that he has a dog and is violent, or file a protective order.
No, you must follow the statutory procedure for notifying the landlord, giving the landlord the opportunity to remedy the problems within 7 days of receipt of your letter. If the landlord fails to comply, the law allows you to terminate the tenancy or withhold rent until the problems are fixed....Read more »
I have a car that overheated and went to a mechanic to fix it. He told me that I have to replace the fan with a new one so I was ok with it. He ordered an aftermarket fan and replaced it. After 3 months the car overheated. I called him and said the car overheated and he said to bring it back to the... Read more »
Based on the limited details, it's difficult to say. It could be attributed to any number of things. Knowing state of mind could help characterize the conduct. Since it involves foreign currency, it appears to be somewhere outside U.S. With additional details, and knowledge of that country's laws,...Read more »
There is nothing inherently illegal or unenforceable for a contract concerning trading stocks. However, there are a lot more questions that would need to be answered in order to know for sure, including what state you are in. There may be a requirement for the person doing the investing to be a...Read more »
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