Kitchen floor is not flat, there are bumps since some tiles higher then others. Contractor blames the tile product. He installed hood over the oven but it is not centered, instead of fixing it permanently, came up with a temporary solution that didn't fix it, Each time we open the cabinet door it... Read more »
You are in luck, because under NJ law, there is powerful protection in place on your side. The two most important laws are the N.J. Home Improvement Contractor Act, which almost no home improvement contractor's contract is in compliance with. The Second law is The N.J. Consumer Fraud Act, which...Read more »
That clause only applies to senior citizens receiving Social Security Old Age Pensions, Railroad Retirement Pensions or other governmental pensions in lieu of Social Security Old Age Pensions, and by recipients of Social Security Disability Benefits, Supplemental Security Income or benefits under...Read more »
I purchased a used vehicle while the check engine light was on with all the promises in the world from the dealership that all the issues with car will be fixed in order for it to pass inspection... Needles to say they prolonged and prolonged until I was out of warranty then said they weren't gonna... Read more »
The ONLY entity you should be talking to is the company that lent you the money to purchase the unsatisfactory old beater. Why? Because you still owe them whatever you borrowed--regardless of who is at fault here.
Served by them ? Then by the county sheriff?? I dont see it on there website for a sake. it has not been in paper for 4 weeks dont they have to do all those things before a sheriff sale, since NJ is judicial state? And back in 2017 doesnt our bankruptcy canceled out all there prior fillings..dont... Read more »
Your question shows you know little about bankruptcy or foreclosure. Your lawyer should have explained it to you. If your sale has been noticed by posting a notice of sale and advertising it will go forward as noticed.
Ultimately, if there was a material misrepresentation made in connection with the sale of the investment, then you could potentially sue for it. Generally the misrepresentation must be made at the time of sale to be actionable.
With regards to notice of the change of ownership, that...Read more »
I got a loan agreement to finance furniture but after sign the agreement I decided to cancel because I found a better deal. I called the bank to cancel the agreement the said they would void it only when the furniture store confirms that I cancel the order and didn’t receive anything from them? I... Read more »
I predict there will come a day when many more people will learn--by asking contact questions like this on here on Justia--not to sign any contracts without reading them very closely. Your particular situation reminded me of the advice I have given to every person in my family and to every friend...Read more »
I doubt the loan officer was "notarizing loan documents" because they do not have to be notarized. It is much more likely he was notarizing signatures on the loan documents. So, to answer your unstated underlying question, yes, the loan documents are valid and you are still liable on the note(s).
Before calling a NJ lawyer, try Goggling "usury interest rates in new jersey." Warning: As in most states, there may be several different usury rates governing civil contracts for businesses and individuals, as well as several more criminal usury rates for business and individuals in New Jersey.
I cosigned a car for my brother and he is not making payments for 5 months. Since we got the car he has been making late payments. Can i take him to court to take the car if i pay it off. Me and my brother's name is on the title. If i pay the car off, the bank will send the title to me. Can i take... Read more »
In most states either person named on the title has the ability to sell it or to do anything else with the car. If you pay it off the bank will give you a new title, which you can use any way you want.
I have received a subpoena as a defendant (along with a business and several of the business' owners) for something I have no association with. The subpoena statues that I need to answer the complaint and pay the court $175 fee. If I don't answer, I may be automatically found guilty. I am... Read more »
Pay what filing fee? If you are truly not the person named in the subpoena why not get a Forever stamp and envelope and send it to the name of the lawyer who had you served with it. No need to write a note, now try to tell the lawyer why he is receiving his subpoena in the mail. Be sure you are not...Read more »
Bought motorcycle 5-1-19, signed and agreed to everything then drive home. Dealer calls wanting me to return to change my rate from 11 to 15.4 due to an employee error. Dealer had 3 hours to go over paperwork with me and verify everything was correct prior to leaving. They are calling and sending... Read more »
My Case No. 17-CV-106 in Rusk County used the same defense against my estate to get dismissed from the action . My case is on CCAP and I would like to know how it relates to Judge Andersons reasoning and Oral decision . Please call me at 860-460-7399 . Thank you , Hugh F. McCaffery , Jr.
If you are wondering why lawyers here on Justia frequently advise people to consult with a lawyer who handles their issue it is because Justia is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions. Most of the lawyers are very experienced successful...Read more »
All of your questions should be answered in the original purchase documents controlling all the terms of ownership, maintenance, assessments and all other terms and conditions. Why not hire a lawyer to review everything and help you convince the owners of the retirement community to speed up their...Read more »
I am the only child born to my parents marriage which ended after 25 yrs. The entirety of that time my father worked at, and paid into a company offered pension fund, which my mother was awarded 50% of in the divorce decree. (QDRO) obtained. She predeceased my father, who to my knowledge started... Read more »
Yes, in all likelihood, 50% of your father's pension that would have gone to your mother would, therefore, go to her estate. Additional information would be needed to say that is the case with certainty. Any experienced estate administration attorney can assist you with this matter.
Unless you hire a good lawyer who will read the fine lines of the entire contract you may be stuck with either having to complete the course and pay for it, or renege on the contract and possibly still have to pay for the course never taken.
Investing a few hundred dollars to have an...Read more »
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