Unless someone continues paying for the storage unit the storage has the right to lock it--and after a certain period of time--the right to open it and remove all the property. So: If all the stuff is yours go tell the storage company what's happening, and tell them you will be glad to pay all the...Read more »
Resubmit Q rewritten: What legal regress / Protections are afforded Consumers when a Judge holds a Biased Court, refuses to let the Jury See Evidence /Hear Evidences of Willful, Wanton/Malicious Fraud, Misrepresentation of Consumers, Breach Of Contract by Owners of State Unlicensed Lodging... Read more »
FYI: The "Judiciary" does not "prosecute" anyone. The judiciary adjudicates legal disputes arising between people and brought in various civil courts--and in some situations the judiciary also hears and decides criminal cases brought by state and federal prosecutors against people accused of...Read more »
We are trying to fire our present garbage company and change to a different company with much better pricing. Our original company was bought out by Waste Management a few months ago. They claim that we had a contract with L&K started in 2006 and that it went for 5 years and then renewed... Read more »
What you have is a contract issue. An attorney would need to read the contract to provide you with sound advice. That being said, I’m familiar with waste industry contracts and they are generally harsh. The often renew automatically unless the customer gives sufficient notice of non-renewal....Read more »
Her first name is misspelled on all the documents, and does not correspond with the name that she is registered as an agent under in the state of MO. She also entered into a rental agreement with me, as my tenant, under this misspelling and is in default (not paying per the terms of her lease). Is... Read more »
Misspellings frequently occur in all legal documents, including the ones of concern toy you here. Rather than waste time worrying about the spelling of your tenant's name you should consider starting the eviction process--using the same spelling on the lease. Or if you are a perfectionist, use BOTH...Read more »
Unless the written trust document requires the trustee to "keep a beneficiary informed of trust activity" there is little you can do. As a beneficiary, you might want to know--and keep in mind--that every time you cause the trustee to respond or do any other work related to the trust they charge...Read more »
Since you asked this question twice, I will give you the same answer as I did before:
"Generally, yes, because of the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the Constitution of the United States--which requires all states in the union honor the judgments of all other states. However, as noted in...Read more »
It depends. Was the judgment issued through a Missouri court or a Kansas court? If it was a Kansas judgment, was the Missouri attorney counsel of record in the case? If it was a Kansas judgment, has it been registered here in Missouri? If it was a Missouri judgment, then a garnishment may be...Read more »
If proper notice of termination was given and the tenant holds over possession, then the owner may file an unlawful detainer case. Until you are the owner, you have no right to file the lawsuit unless you get the lease rights assigned to you.
And now they are tring to take it and day we stole it when i added up at least 1092.00 on a 700.00 bill how is that right please help me out in getting swindled im lower income have 4 daughters just tring to get by
In the abstract there is nothing regarding road right of way until this time. Abstract dates from 1859. There is no amount listed as to what the road right of way is. How do I find out what is allowable as the county is starting to encroach upon my fenced property with their road. Is there a... Read more »
I am not aware of a state statute that defines the width of roadways, but some counties have such ordinances. Your best bet is to search the ordinances in your particular county, which can be done online.
Seller stated new roof complete new roof 5 years ago Roof has got rotten spots in the plywood bathroom floors got rotten spots in the plywood around the toilet and the tub seller's installed ceramic tiles over to cover it up painted the ceiling is kills Staind blocker and smell blocker I like to... Read more »
As the petitioner, you are correct that you will have the burden of proving sellers knew about these conditions. This can be shown in many ways: repairs done, older photographs, statements by neighbors, etc. The burden is by a preponderance of the evidence, so more likely true than not.
I have cash buyers interested in the property but I’m not sure if I’m still legally bound to sell to the first buyers. I didn’t not put a closing date on the contract. I’m having a very difficult time paying the mortgage while I’m waiting for thier new bank to inspect the home.
You should have an attorney review the contract. This is too important of a determination to make based on any answer you might receive from someone who has not seen the contract and is not your attorney. I doubt, however, that the contract requires a specific lender.
This is more of a question-answer board. Try reposting your question with some additional details and hopefully an attorney could pick it up to provide some direction after seeing the basis of a suit you're contemplating.
Here's an excerpt from a Missouri case that my provide guidance:
"When a person possesses knowledge or skill superior to that of an ordinary person, the law requires of that person conduct consistent with such knowledge or skill. W. Page Keeton et al., Prosser and Keeton on the Law of Torts...Read more »
daughter and husband doing a FSBO, buyer playing delay game for 60 days, now at last minute is demanding lower price, much earlier move date, and has not even paid the earnest money yet. Seller and buyer both military. Buyer paying cash (supposedly). Has lots of excuses and stories along the... Read more »
You didn't ask a question. I am not sure if this is a NC matter or a MO matter. Assuming it's the later, I recommend the sellers meet with the Missouri attorney. If only the buyer has the contract and a signed contract is necessary for the sellers to enforce it, then the sellers have a large...Read more »
My husband had a roof job and was past completion date due to extreme heat and multiple storms , returned to complete and customer said he was fired and wanted 4800 back for material and labor, he had all material and comepleted on his own with family. And is now trying to sue for the 4800. In the... Read more »
If a lawsuit has been filed, then your question of whether the homeowner had grounds for suing is not important. If I were to say that the lawsuit is baseless (which I'm not saying) that would make no difference if a default judgment gets answered.
You didn't ask a legal question. You did not unconditionally accept the offer but rather made a counteroffer, i.e., you would pay if they produced the original contract. I don't know whether they responded by validating the debt, even if the document was not what you requested.
Read your contract to determine what contingencies there might be that allow you to terminate the contract and get your earnest money returned. For example, if the contract is contingent upon your satisfaction with an inspection and you have obtained the inspection and comply with termination...Read more »
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