I am subleasing an office space in Orlando. The sublessor has been late the last 4 months even thought I paid my rent to them. As a result, the property landlord has sent me eviction notices the last 4 months. Ultimately, by the middle of each month, the sublessor remits payment. I can not go... Read more »
Wife & I rented a home with a friend during the beginning of her divorce paying all initial costs, etc. After a short time, it was clear it would not work. After multiple attempts to discuss options, the only option she would agree to was her keeping the home. This meant having us replaced on the... Read more »
She can report anything she feels like, but I suppose you're asking if you are at some kind of legal risk if she does. It's unclear from your description if you're talking about just one solitary email asking for payment that triggered her reaction, but if just the one, there should be no legal...Read more »
He received an offer on his home and told me I didn’t need to redo the patch work I supposedly “ruined his walls” with. After his inspection recently fell thru, he now has text me that he is getting quotes to repair the patch work to the tune of $2150. Interestingly enough, my security... Read more »
Was facing foreclosure TWICE with them now and because of their errors, looks as if I will face it again! Can not avoid all their ""fees" added to everything after they say they were removed etc.. its crazy
I live in housing that gets government funding. Per our lease agreement, The landlord is required to give 60 days notice if they're not renewing a lease, which they didn't do. They had to notify me by 1/31/20 (lease ends 3/31/20) but they did not mail notice until February 4, 2020 (I received it... Read more »
his services. I told him to return my dep. minus his consultation fees....but nothing happening....can I dispute the charge to my cr. card? if nothing was signed how I can get my money back? How many days should I wait.? thx
ps(service with an attorney) Declaration of heirs/transmission... Read more »
Generally speaking, when there is a contract, it is not cancellable unless both sides agree or other compelling reasons, mostly for the other party's fault--misrepresentation, mistake, anticipatory breach.... Pricing is not one of the reasons you can justify your request for restitution.
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 »
I wasnt home at the moment. I was at work but my husband and 2 children were and when answering a knock on the door at this hour by a police officer asking to speak with me, and if I was in the house at the moment? When my husband informed the officer that I was not home and working until late... Read more »
You are wasting your time. If you want your HOA to pay attention to you I suggest you hire a lawyer experienced in these kinds of HOA/member disputes and pay them to advise you how to get records from your HOA.
Depending upon the product or kind of service involved, most "dealers or agents" do have someone sign every bill of sale or retail installment contract at some point in the process. However, they do not normally do it immediately; that is probably why the copy you have is not signed.
I rented a vacation home in Florida for two weeks directly through email using a Paypal payment. I found the house through vrbo.com which states no pets are allowed, though I did not see this statement, though I did not book through vrbo.com, but direct through the homeowner and pet policy was... Read more »
I purchased a vehicle from a used car dealer, I asked prior to the purchase if there were any mechanical issues that needed to be addressed sooner rather than later, I was told no the car is perfect. I’ve fixed everything that needed to be repaired. I paid the $3,000 and I drove the car off the... Read more »
You need to consult an attorney handling consumer protection matters in person, in order to show the purchase agreement and go through the whole story. One issue is whether you signed an "AS IS" contract (an unwise thing to do). If you did, that would present an obstacle to recovery, though in...Read more »
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