my nephew had a situation with his car in which he was told that he no longer had a warranty on his vehicle for repair. It turns out he did, but not after he had paid for the repair which by the way was not done right and continues to have car trouble. My question is; can he claim his money or sue... Read more »
I live in a condo and the association hires a landscaping company that sprays pesticide everywhere. I saw them applying it yesterday but found only one small sign in front of one of about 90 homes that are spread out over about 1/4 mile. This seems insufficient to warn consumers to stay off the... Read more »
You could check with the state or local agency that administers pesticide applicator licenses. In many states, it falls under the control of environmental or agricultural agencies. In Florida, it might be the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. If it's not under them, check with...Read more »
The lease states that payment by check is one of the accepted payments methods. The office states they are no longer accepting payment by check, citing concerns over Coronavirus. However, they are open by appointment to show you "in person" how to work the online payment system (where you... Read more »
If your lease states that you are allowed to pay by check then the landlord must accept checks. However, there is really nothing you can do except pay a lawyer a bunch of money to sue the landlord--but what are your damages? Zero.
The person can be charged with fraudulent use of credit card. You should immediately notify your credit card company if your card was fraudulently used. In addition, you can contact the local authorities if you desire prosecuting this person.
Very sorry for your loss on the passing of your father, please accept my condolences at this sad time for you and your family. Unless you cosigned those credit cards you have no responsibility for them whatsoever. They will either get paid as part of a probate (if there is one), or they will not...Read more »
Although this is possible, the lender would probably want both title holders to execute the mortgage, which agrees to the lien being on the property and only one of the owners signs the promissory note associated with the mortgage which is the agreement to pay the money secured by the mortgage lien.
My customer moved to a new location and was inadvertently dropped from my billing system. Customer is still receiving services and owes for all service since moving to their new location. I plan to send a bill for all money owed. The original contract for the old address had an auto-renewal... Read more »
Much more detail would be needed to determine if there is potential liability. Your friend should consult a personal injury attorney in her geographic area. It should be easy to find one offering a free consultation.
A debt buyer is suing me in county court. My lawyer has tried to reach out to the debt buyer’s attorney, however there has been no response. This has been ongoing since the middle of November. What are my options? Thank you.
Most important satisfaction of mortgage which must be recorded on Public Records where your home is located. If your mortgage holder does this for you make sure it was recorded in the correct county, it would not be the first time they sent a satisfaction to the wrong county to be recorded. You...Read more »
I am not an attorney in Florida but believe your recommended course of action is the same. First, if a company filed bankruptcy, it is public information and therefore accessible. That would be the easiest starting point to determine if the company has filed. Sometimes, companies say they...Read more »
Hello, I had a couple of student loans returned back to the federal lenders 2yrs ago when i was forced to withdraw from a semester at my university due to severe health issues. As a result, i incurred a debt with the school for the amount of the loans that we returned. I was trying to understand if... Read more »
My husband died without leaving a will or power of attorney to me so I have to go to the court-house to petition for administrator of his estate. His assets are around $20k (2 cars and a bike and some money in the bank, about $2k). The cars are paid off as well as the bike. One car is used by me. I... Read more »
For these assets you may not need to be appointed personal representative. You may be able to transfer title to the motor vehicles as exempt personal property because you are his wife with just his death certificate, you should check with your local motor vehicle office, since this may depend on...Read more »
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