I am the inventor of web cam covers of which I have a provisional application. I'm looking for an attorney to assist in possible litigation, an attorney of whom will take a contingency case. This has already been proved I have a rock solid case. Davison or invention land tried stealing my idea and... Read more »
Sorry, but there is very little chance of any attorney taking your case. For several reasons.
Firstly, just because you've filed a provisional application, does not mean that you have a patent. You need to file a regular application, prosecute it, and have the patent issue before you...Read more »
I had a loan set up on auto payments and they stopped processing them due to lack of funds. They never tried to contact me again. That was almost a year ago and now a sheriff shows up and says I'm not getting sued. I call the office that represents them with no response. The number directs me to a... Read more »
What did the Sheriff want if he did not serve you or levy on your property? I recommend calling General Sessions Court for the County that either you borrowed the money in or where you live. Check to see if you are a Defendant on a recent or current case. If you borrowed on a car, is there...Read more »
I drunkenly made a bid on an online auction for some real estate in another state(Illinois). Some time had gone by and my financial situation changed, so I no longer would be able to pay for the auction if I won, which I eventually did. I have no way to pay for the real estate in question and I... Read more »
Jurisdiction exists when you contacted somebody in Illinois. I doubt there is any criminal liability, but yes, you can be sued for specific performance, amongst other causes of actions. If sued and served, hire a competent attorney to both represent you, and protect your assets.
We have been talking to them about what is going on and made Partial payments to try to catch up. I am wanting to know should I talk to them about it or wait. And if I have all what is owed can the still evicted us?
You might go to Court with the Landlord who asks to dismiss the suit, then you pay him. Otherwise do not pay and get ready to move elsewhere. Talk to him, but realize the Detainer is set for Court, and you do not want to give him money then get run out.
I had to default on a couple note loans that I received in the mail, and a couple personal loans because of financial hardship. I am a veteran and was attending school, but failed my last semester and had to repay the VA money. I lost my main source of income from the GI bill. It's been 5-6 years... Read more »
You can exempt personal property up to $ 10K, then tools of the trade a few other things such part of a Retirement Plan. If you get sued, you must notify the Plaintiff and the Court of your Notice of Exemption. The Judgment Creditor can continuously monitor your property ownership while the...Read more »
Just found out my crazy recent ex has me on her automobile insurance. First of all I don't even have a driver's license second of all nobody talk to me I never signed anything nor did anyone get my consent can I sue the insurance company? I have the insurance card with my name on it and the policy... Read more »
As to the auto policy, you probably have no cause of action since you have no damages at this time. Unless it is provable it hurt your credit rating or something, there is no case. You could file a Declaratory Judgment action to get your name off, but you should just call the Carrier and complain....Read more »
You could require a security instrument or mortgage as part of the sale agreement.
If you go that route, the buyer must agree to put up some collateral (her home, vehicles, or her and/or the business' real estate, assets, or property) in case she misses or refuses to make a payment to you....Read more »
Our company hired a debt collection agency to handle our delinquent accounts. We have proof that they collected on at least $9150 on one account. They never paid us & we have been trying to get our money paid back to us & they are unreachable. Where do we need to report them & what can we do?
You will have to hire an attorney to find out to to serve the Defendant. Then sue, hopefully in a Tennessee Court, but probably you might have to go to the State where you agreed in writing to litigate. Federal
Court probably does not have enough money for jurisdiction here. There...Read more »
What is your question? If the Judge gave you possession, then wait ten days and see if the tenants are still occupying the place. Otherwise go back to Sessions Court and ask for a Writ of Possession to be issued and executed. If you did not get possession, then you have a serious problem,...Read more »
An attorney would need to review the contract documents and have a discussion with you further about the facts to determine whether you have any causes of action. Consult a local attorney to assist you.
Look at the paperwork with your purchase- look to see if they sold the computer "as is." If not then you would be correct. But also, you may want to talk to a computer expert- an expert may be able to unlock the computer for you.
I’m looking to rent a property with a property management group. However, they have refused to show me the lease before I sign it and pay them my non-refundable security deposit and first month’s rent. Can they legally force me to sign a lease before sharing the details of the contract with me?
The new landlord got the property I’m currently at in a recent divorce but I just moved in three months ago and the new landlord sent a letter stating I have till Jan 20 to leave and she’s not returning my security deposit that I’d have to get it from the previous landlord. I have receipts... Read more »
If you have a lease term- it can not be shortened by simply a change in the ownership of the property- unless there is language in the lease that would make the lease terminable- which would be unusual. Usually the new owner takes subject to the lease.
what do I do if an firm is holding money owed to me in a IOLTA and refuses to give info or release funds. The attorney who represented me now has his own firm and they have shut him out and will not provide him info after promising to release monies owed to me. I have been in this battle for over 1... Read more »
I asked the representative was it a binding agreement before I signed because I was very skeptical. He said that Tennessee HomeBuyers could not force me to sell my home. It was my house and I could change my mind. I made several attempts to cancel the process. I never got a response back. I also... Read more »
Obviously the provable facts will probably decide the case, if a suit for Specific Performance is filed. Is there a liquidated damages clause in the Contract? Was there an earnest money payment? Do you have merchantable title? The Contract itself must be scrutinized as the parol evidence rule...Read more »
I am buying property, owner financing. They have sold the same property to another that's building a house. When the house is completed do I have the right to moving into it , because I have a contract, whereas I'm buying property, and have been paying land tax from 2014.
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