And you want to know what to do about it? Since you somehow found out about it, you should immediately inform them, in writing, that it was not you who leased the product. If they eventually file suit against you about the lease, they might do so in Oregon. In that case you will need an Oregon...Read more »
Since you are asking this question, I assume you are representing yourself, and that you have not consulted with a lawyer to give you guidance on self-representation. If so, your case is almost certain to be dismissed because most lay people do not know what proof is necessary to prevent the case...Read more »
The account was created using my private information without my consent they have no signature from me or employee that signed on the account they refuse to cancel and have sent me to collections and I’ve been harassed about this for over a year.
Be sure that you keep copies of all correspondence by which you inform them that you didn't authorize them to create the account. It wouldn't hurt to send it certified mail. If they file suit against you for this, you will need that.
My late husband had a debt being paid by installment. The creditor, not knowing his death (I did not need a probate), now files a motion for final judgement. This judgement will be granted. Will I be responsible ?
I am active duty member currently on deployment but coming home soon. Back in January my car got impounded for expired tags. I talked to the impound lot and explained the situation and they said they would hold my car till I got back from deployment. Now right when I am about to come home I found... Read more »
You are protected by the Servicemembers' Civil Relief Act, which protects military personnel from certain actions while deployed. You should contact the bank and assert the repossession was improper under the Act, especially since you were not past due and had made arrangements for you...Read more »
Good evening, about two years ago we bought a house on a new HOA community that was still being built. When we were looking at homes, we wanted somewhere that was kid friendly and had a playground for kids. We were assured by the seller that the sales office was going to be a clubhouse with a... Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. One of the issues that could confront a claimant in a situation like this is the element of damages compared to the cost of litigation. But that's only a generality. For a more meaningful assessment of the...Read more »
The company is Dasmen Residential and they have not done anything to cure the mold infestation that is constantly gradually getting worse everyday. Can I bring a lawsuit against them for inhumane conditions?
contractor walked off the job, demanded more money after being paid in full before finishing the job, shabby work, refused to finish work before being paid more money that the signed contract stated, didn't finish the work from original contract
Demand that they disclose their liability insurance policy information so you can file a claim for loss directly with that insurance carrier. If they refuse then sue them in court- small claims court if it’s a small claim.
Did you file a police report for fraud? That's about the extent of what you can do in the criminal realm. You may be able to pursue civil claims for fraud. I suggest speaking with an attorney. Good luck.
I bought a custom eternity ring from Florida, I am in California. The original price quoted had 6.9 carat diamonds (invoice was emailed) Once fully paid, I received a ring with 5.7 carat weight and receipt with this carat change. I still had paid in full The initial quoted price. And the ring was... Read more »
and that i owe an additional $20,000 on the car i downgraded to. does their mistake fall onto me? if i don’t go back in, will i be held legally responsible for the missing $20k on my loan pay off that they over looked?
This issue will completely depend on the terms and figures on the written agreements and/or contracts that you and the dealership executed. You would be well advised to consult with a contracts attorney before signing any additional documents with the dealership or making any other agreements on...Read more »
A person has a constitutional right to refuse medication and other forms of medical treatment, which includes parents' rights to refuse to allow their children to be medicated. However, there are several practical considerations to keep in mind.
Talk to a Health Care Lawyer for more information.
My ex-husband cosigned a loan (sallie mae) for our daughter (who is a student and has mental health issues ). She is 23, is still studying (changed programs and college) and now they are getting billed $48,000 and he wants me to pay for it in its entirety since I was awarded our stocks as part of... Read more »
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