After singing and in processing used car loan agreement contract, in the same day local tampa bay dealer drop car price continue advertising price drop. Am I entitled to new car price drop, even loan contract signed,send forbank approval?? what are my options. Thanks,
The (amazing) fact that the dealer lowered the price on the same used car that you were purchasing that same day has nothing to do with your transaction. The written contract you signed was complete when signed.
Live in South Florida, fell ill in March with a sore throat, low grade fever, etc.... but didn't meet the criteria to be tested. You had to be hospitalized or 65 or older at that time. I am 55. I self quarantined like the task forced asked us to do. I had just started to work for Instacart... Read more »
For starters, I can tell you that if you and your deceased husband filed a joint income tax return for calendar year 2018 or 2019 you each are entitled to receive $1,200. And since your husband was alive when the stimulus legislation was enacted (mid-January), you can keep the $1,200 earmarked for...Read more »
A city and county forced all timeshares closed as part of their Covid-19 response. The state did not close timeshares via their directive. Our particular timeshare has each unit/week deeded and the owners pay their share of the relevant city/county taxes. The city and county have blocked owners... Read more »
I agree with Mr. Minnick. You'd have to seek a Court ruling that the municipality's action is not legally valid, and to do that, you would need to challenge the constitutionality of the action. There are various "levels of scrutiny" that the Courts use to determine if the...Read more »
My case is a shelter hearing took place and now I'm waiting 40 Days for arraignment and to take it to trial. They have taken my child with the statements of an ex who we are in a nasty custody battle and a investigator who did not administer a drug screen properly nor investigate the whole... Read more »
How do you expect the Florida courts to keep up with all the traffic when most of the court staff is in lockdown ordered by the governor? But the Good news is that you have plenty of extra time to think up your story and plot your defense. Right?
This is no a legal problem; it is a ancient personal problem that cannot be solved by lawyers here on Justia. However, I will tell you that there are lawyers and others who can perform miracles doing "skip-tracing" (finding deadbeats); hire one.
Parttime respiratory therapist for large hospital. Asked for LOA at end of March for childcare related. Hospital just now sent me one paper to sign this week stating I am Unwilling to work due to exposure to COVID-19 and do not have job protection. We do not put our child in daycare.... Read more »
For this new type of FMLA under the Family First Coronavirus Response Act the number of hours does not matter play a factor from my understanding but the reason your requesting the leave is very important and not everyone qualifies. I provided the information that is on the Department of Labor...Read more »
I receive a minimum SSDI income, and have one dependent child. I also have one 21yo son for whom I am responsible for arrearages in the state of FL. The arrearages are deducted automatically via ssdi garnishments and have been made every month to include payments prior to his 18th bday since 2012,... Read more »
My placement is with an employer with less than 500 employees, but because I'm paid through KForce, does that mean I won't be entitled to any of the paid sick or paid leave policies outline in the new legislation? What can I do?
In light of the moment-by-moment changes being made to federal, state and local laws as all the governments try to handle all aspects of the Corona virus pandemic sweeping the world I have decided not even to try to answer any of the scores of "what if" questions being posted by askers...Read more »
I'm curious because I want to know if any gifts given to me by immediate family members become my legal property if I have not paid in equal or greater amount that the product or gift is worth and 90 days have passed since the date of purchase
What does the Florida ethics law for public officials have to do with you; are you a public official? If someone gave you a gift, the gift is yours; none of those other conditions have anything to do with it.
If an off duty law enforcement officer takes action in an emergency situation (like a shooting at a church), outside of his or her jurisdiction, who is liable if the officer is injured? My department is possibly allowing the use of marked and unmarked vehicles to attend religious services while... Read more »
Workers comp insurance should cover on-the-job injuries. The insurance should be carried by whomever is hiring the officer for the particular job, unless his/her department's insurance happens to cover in that situation.
I am wondering if there is a difference in "practicing" meaning holding a current license in the state to solicit business vs. being qualified to perform acupuncture but not having a current state license and doing so for a family member.
I was arrested and jailed The next day I received a visit from the P.D. office and was given the P.C. Affidavit. Three months later while still jailed I received in the mail that I was given a new P.D. I REQUIRED the newly appointed P.D. To send me a copy of the states discovery. After reception of... Read more »
I have been diagnosed with mental health and alcoholism, I signed and notarized a document coerced, manipulated and pressured by my wife. while I sent it to her, without my lawyers approval or review, I trusted my wife, again, I know, so she used me and manipulated me, she knows how very well.... Read more »
First the Good news: Everything you said about chronic alcoholics often being unable to think clearly, or understand what they are doing, or why they are doing it, or understand the effect of what they did, or understand what they should or should not be doing, etc. is 100% correct. And most books...Read more »
If I submit a FOIA request, I know one of the exemptions to disclosure is information about an active investigation. However, I see that they would put in the FOIA response that the information was redacted and the exemption it was redacted under, which would essentially show that there is an... Read more »
My experience has been that if you are being investigated for a crime, the investigative report and victim report is protected. However, I would have an attorney contact the Detective on the case and request whatever information is available. Why you are being investigated, what information they...Read more »
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