I served my ex boyfriend with a petition to establish paternity and child support on 3/1/20 in Florida. He just filed his answer on 4/3/20 and in his answer he has a CT address listed as his current address, and he has his income listed at $0. He was working when he... Read more »
Yes, of course he can leave the state if he wants to. Presumably you are not asking if he can take the child; he can't without court permission. This will have to be resolved, hopefully between the two of you in the shared custody plan, or, if not, by the judge.
2 days after taking vehicle home, found out it needed a transmission. My salesman literally blocked me and my family from contacting him. So i filed a complaint with the Department of Motor Vehicles. 30 days later, expired tag, car doesn't move <haven't moved since dealership service... Read more »
You didn't ask a question, but I suppose you are asking, "Can I take legal action against the dealer?" In your situation, you can't get a quick answer on-line. You must sit down with an attorney who will review all your documents related to the transaction and discuss the...Read more »
Your inquiry is far too vague. Don't know if you are trying to say you have a potential discrimination claim and wondering how you obtain compensation if you win, or you already pursued and prevailed on a claim, received a judgment in your favor, and are having trouble collecting on the judgment.
It is a 2015 Toyota Corolla and have taken it to the Toyota dealership about 3 times already and they told me it was a manufacturer problem and they won't do anything about it. A friend told me about the 'lemon law' and I wanted to know if it applies to my situation.
There is no way to explain the in's and out's of the Florida Lemon law via this type of forum. You can google the Florida statutes. I suggest that you consult with an attorney in your area about your specific set of facts to get specific advice on whether your situation falls under the...Read more »
There are multiple factors to the situation: the car is not in proper functioning order as was promised, and my contract for financing is not for the price which was agreed upon with the salesperson(the amount is higher).
Craigslist AD and seller states “ good reliable vechicle” however started making noises and check engine light came on before I was able to drive it home. As is warranty was signed however this car was not in the shape that was described by dealer in his ad or verbal statements made to my... Read more »
If a consumer is aware of the law, what can they do about a car dealership selling them a new car that has an open recall on it that hasn't been repaired? The issue with the car in question is that the powertrain control module needs to be reprogrammed--the brain of the car needs to be... Read more »
Years @ 405.00/month, after this time I tried to trade in and was still 15k underwater which I found out when trying to trade the car value was 7-8k, 102k miles, the finance co. Padded and doubled my loan balance due to insurance premiums they put on... Read more »
Your first step, is to consult with an attorney in your area to have all of the paperwork you signed related to the car purchase as well as in new information to determine if anything was done contrary to the contract.
It is the same problem since I first got it home. I have returned to the dealer 9time as of yesterday. I have asked him to change the car or return my money,but he refuses. How should I deal with him , and how do I deal with the lender. I contacted them about the problem but they have no interest... Read more »
The state of Florida has a “Lemon Law” which may apply in your situation. Essentially, you will deal directly with the car’s manufacture to have your car fixed or get your money back. You can find out more information on the process by going to the website of the Florida Office of the...Read more »
Now the car won`t start most of the time and if it does if we go anywhere we can`t turn it off because it might not start again. And also the dealer still has not transferred the registration as of yet. My wife are both on social security and live pay check to pay check and are both under a doctors... Read more »
No way to say for sure here online. I suggest that you consult with an attorney in person on the issue, but suggest that since you purchased the car "as is" then you likely have not recourse against the dealer as he did not make any promises regarding the car.
Bought a car 8 months ago from drivetime. Also purvhased the warranty they offered. 09 aspen. A few weeks ago the engine is having trouble. Apparently failed compression test. So the engine had to be replaced as well as the radiator. Averex the warranty covered it besides 400 that i had to pay. 3... Read more »
My guess is that your rights are governed by the warranty. You may also have a claim against the company that replaced the engine. The engine may have been replaced with a used engine that failed or there may have been negligence in the repair process.
Friend’s GMC truck had repair work done for cylinders under warranty in 2010. Truck began smoking again the next week. Repair shop went out of business within the month after repair. Warranty expired in 2011. Friend is questioning if he can sue GMC to get cylinders fixed because work was not... Read more »
I paid in full furniture set advertised as top grain leather, then delivered bonded furniture & w/in 1 week the color began rubbing off. They replaced two pieces and now the 3rd piece of the set doing the same. The 2 replaced pieces are also defective and had tags on the protective plastic... Read more »
Did you mean two months, not to months? Have you spoken with the mechanic shop about this? Was there a contract that you signed and have you read the contract? It seems to me based upon the very limited facts that you provided, that you might have a suit against them for breach of an implied...Read more »
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