I volunteered to have it repossessed and I was told I would be left with the outstanding balance to pay when the vehicle is being repossessed
answered on Mar 24, 2023
You might want an attorney to work out a compromise, so that no note deficiency is outstanding. The threat of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy might give you leverage. Also you might record and serve a Notice of Exempt Property.
My goal is to respond to a government-issued RFP to sell land for a new building site by offering the land for sale, gauge the interest of the government entity to see what they are willing to pay, then use that information to buyout the rest of the co-owners so that I can make a profit on the... Read more »
answered on Mar 21, 2023
I do not understand your stated strategy. However if you are a tenant in common of an one/quarter undivided interest in the real property, you can only convey what you own. Any representation that you can convey a fee to ten acres is fraud. The proposed purchaser would probably find out... Read more »
My mom passed in October and didn’t leave a will. Me and my two older sisters, of course, inherit her house. The oldest has her own home and doesn’t want any ownership. Me and the middle daughter were living in the home with my mother, and are now. We had agreed to sign a contract pertaining to... Read more »
answered on Mar 10, 2023
I am sorry for the loss of your mother.
I am assuming you are correct that you and your two sisters inherited the house. Based upon this the three sisters have an undivided 1/3 interest in the property. I understand you and a sister live in the house. The third sister owns an interest... Read more »
answered on Mar 6, 2023
Possibly. Hire an attorney to examine your contract. You may need to sue for breach in General Sessions.
Recently I was booted by my school, then told if I didn't sign an agreement to pay their parking fees they would keep the boot on my car. I'd like to challenge that staff member and campus officer to mutual combat via fisticuffs (with the nessicary PPE provided by myself).
answered on Mar 2, 2023
No, it is illegal to engage in mutual combat in Tennessee, even if both parties consent to it. Mutual combat is considered a form of assault and is prohibited by law. Engaging in mutual combat can result in criminal charges and other legal consequences. Additionally, attempting to challenge a... Read more »
A member has decided, of their own will, to leave the LLC. The LLC is in debt and doesn't have an operating agreement. Does the withdrawing member owe any money to the LLC as buying themselves out?
answered on Jan 24, 2023
Depends on the debt. Are they personally obligated? Is the business just in debt? Or does it have a positive fair market value? Typically, without an operating agreement, when a member quits the LLC pays fair market under TCA 48-249-505. But there are other considerations as well. Consult counsel... Read more »
How far can I be excepted to travel for this and how often can they subpoena me for this? I have no assets so it seems as harassment once they are aware of that. I was sued 4 counties (>100 miles) away in Tennessee in Chancery court.
answered on Jan 11, 2023
Without more details it is hard to answer. Look up motions for Protective Orders in Tennessee or you may need to hire a lawyer to file one for you. I am not sure whether you are entitled to relief- but that would be one avenue to approach.
It is my understanding that it is not enough for one party to prove he/she did not intend a binding contract but must prove that both parties agreed there was no binding contract between them. Is this correct in TN law?
answered on Jan 10, 2023
Both parties must agree to as to the formation of a contract - a unilateral "contract" generally would not be binding. But contracts can be formed by one party requesting an action and the other party performing and the performance is an acceptance- so your question's answer may be fact specific.
answered on Jan 3, 2023
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. If it's a contract with the school, it's possible that violating it could result in loss of privileges or some form of discipline by the school. Depending on what's posted, it's even possible... Read more »
"... by the undersigned, _____________, who is personally known to me or satisfactorily proven to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument."
answered on Nov 22, 2022
If you are giving someone a Power of Attorney over you, then you are the undersigned.
It says buyout on my check that has pay due to me via salary plus a little more. I’ve been severely lied to and I will take action but this money is added to my regular salary and I have bills so do I use a without prejudice UCC on the check before I sign. Even if I use the code without prejudice... Read more »
answered on Nov 14, 2022
If you cash the check it will probably be an accord and satisfaction of any debt owed. Either file suit or take the money.
2-fold issue. I sold a car to Carvana 5/16/21 — they failed to register it to the new owner. It's still in my name, has been impounded somewhere in California and also failed to do a back-out with Bridgecrest on the loan. I've received letters from the CA DMV, San Bernadino Police Dept.... Read more »
answered on Nov 10, 2022
Time to retain an attorney. It seems you've hit the wall with Carvana.
I have an online business that I made with a friend but everything is in my name included the LLC but he is in a good amount of the footage that our online course provides but his name is literally on nothing except for about half of the videos. I do think he should be payed something but how do I... Read more »
answered on Oct 26, 2022
Your post indicates that you are the only member of the LLC and from this I am assuming all of the online content is owned by either you or the LLC. You don't indicate the agreement with this other person - and you likely should discuss this with a lawyer rather than creating another post. -... Read more »
Based on the reply I received, I need to add more details. There is no clause in the 2-year lease that says the lease is voided if the property is sold. The new owners are buying the house as an investment with full understanding and agreement as part of the purchase that there is a current tenant... Read more »
answered on Oct 17, 2022
Maybe. You should check the terms of your lease. Sometimes there is a termination on sale clause. If not, the new owner would buy the property subject to the lease.
And no teeth do I have a case? I can't keep walking around like this.
answered on Oct 10, 2022
Your insurance policy must be read verbatim in conjunction with your treatment plan. Are the implants covered or not? You will need an attorney to examine the contract and facts. Bad Faith in TN is not very much, so concentrate on Breach of Contract, possibly even in General Sessions.
The lein holder is trying to not honor that amount. Is that legal
answered on Oct 9, 2022
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. One would need to see the lien agreement to understand more about the lienholder's reluctance to carrying out its terms. But lien agreements are usually binding. If you have an attorney representing you, it... Read more »
Asking how it's legal for companies to charge triple digit interest rates when TN caps interest rates at 24%?
answered on Sep 27, 2022
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the contract is null/void because my insurance is paying it out. Is that legal if my settlement amount is less? Can the lien holder disregard that contract
answered on Sep 23, 2022
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This requires closer examination than is possible in the limited scope here. It could depend on the type of lien and other possible factors. There are certain liens, such as public health liens, that are subject... Read more »
I did not have the boat for sale. It was sitting in the yard and the individual approached me. I told him that it would float and start up and run. He looked at it three times in in a span of a few months. He asked me again to purchase it and I set a low price and he said he wanted it. He came... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2022
Sounds like its his problem now. He had an opportunity to inspect it and it doesn't sound like you concealed the defect. Hopefully your bill of sale says "as is" or with no warranties - even if it doesn't from your brief facts I'd say he wouldn't have a claim against... Read more »
I inherited my father’s property in April and was given false information about the condition of the property as well as the deed. I signed the deed over to my uncle later finding out the information was false. Do I have a case?
answered on Aug 29, 2022
It is doubtful you have a good case to set aside a Deed for Fraud. But you will need to hire an attorney to check out the facts, witnesses, etc. It may not be worth the trouble, but if you do nothing the property is gone . It appears that you relied on heresay and did not even examine the... Read more »
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