I had an engine rebuilt 5 months ago and the engine just went bad. The repair had a 1 year/10,000 mile warranty. I contacted the company, but was told they are permanently closed. Do I have any options? The company is an LLC, and is located in Illinois.
You may still have a claim against the company. You will need to find out if they filed their dissolution paperwork with the IL Secretary of State. You can search the cyberdriveillinois.com website for their status. You can also check to see if there is a bankruptcy filing. If there is, you can be...Read more »
In 2013, my mother passed away leaving me as the sole heir to her estate in her will. My father has encountered mortgage trouble, and I have occupied the home alone for one year now. The current mortgage was taken out in 2005 in both of their names, and statements come addressed to her estate.... Read more »
Based upon your question, although your mother left you her entire estate, it does not appear that estate included an interest in the home. From your description your father is in sole title to the home and therefore the sole owner. If there are issues regarding the mortgage, those must be...Read more »
in an attempt to get away from the drugs and get a job that would allow me to keep the car i moved to a different state and while in the other state the cars ecu blew up while i was driving and i didnt have insurance on the car yet then the bank had it repoed and told me it was a blown up motor... Read more »
MY CAR IS BEING WORKED ON GETTING A NEW ENGINE IT WAS IN A FLOOD THE SHOP SAID IT WOULD RUN WHEN THEY FINISHED INSTALLING THE ENGINE NOW THEY SAID I NEED NEW WIRING AT AN ADDITIONAL COST WHEN WE HAD ALREADY AGREED ON A PRICE AND I PUT A DOWN PAYMENT ON THE WORK .
Based upon your description, I am not clear if you had an estimate for the proposed work which you approved or if there was a formal written agreement was signed which described the scope of work for the agreed price. Most repair shops provide estimates for the proposed work, asking the customer...Read more »
I live in Illinois and own a condo. I have a mortgage on the condo. The HOA is requiring I provide them with mortgage provider, loan number and mortgage provider phone number. Is this legal? I understand proof of insurance, but mortgage information seem like an invasion of privacy.
765 ILCS 605/22.1(c) of the Illinois Condominium Property Act requires:
c) Within 15 days of the recording of a mortgage or trust deed against a unit ownership given by the owner of that unit to secure a debt, the owner shall inform the Board of Managers of the unit owner's association...Read more »
You do not describe if commercial or residential, but I am assuming residential based on your description. I would recommend that you review the lease and examine if there are any clauses or provisions regarding an extension of the term of the lease. Even if there are no specific provisions...Read more »
Based upon the question I assume you are referring to an application you submitted. I would first recommend you review the documents you were provided by the dealership which should have information regarding how to contact Credit Acceptance. You have the right to review the information submitted...Read more »
Our guests have come back to us and said they do not want to travel and we don't feel comfortable putting others in harm. We have 200 guests that were ready to come from Chicago with us but circumstances have changed since the COVID-19 pandemic. I talked to the banquet hall about cancelling... Read more »
The Answer to your question is dependent upon a review of the contract, focusing on the cancellation provisions relating to Acts of God, diseases, epidemics or pandemic (although not likely to be described), emergencies, unforseen circumstances. The language of each contract is different, some...Read more »
Nothing is stated about a pandemic or rescheduling. We have reached out to the venue and they are pushing to postpone our wedding, we don’t think that’s fair to push it back or have it on a Sunday for the amount we are paying for. What are our rights?
You could check with an Illinois attorney as to what the best way to proceed might be. Based on Illinois law, or the provisions of the storage contract, the facility could have legitimate reasons for not divulging the identity of the person. It's possible they have genuine concerns about being...Read more »
His name is on nothing he work for cash only I have W-2s he left me got incarcerated for a year and he still is not living in the home he has many vehicles on property and I don't see him and vehicles are open titles can I get rid of them? &
The only grounds that you can use for a divorce in Illinois are irreconcilable differences. You should not dispose of any property. Wait until you have a court order regarding the property. If the house is titled in only your name and you acquired it prior to your marriage, it should be considered...Read more »
It depends on what the contract says and if your landlord is being flexible to the terms. Most leases clearly state and lease term (such as 12 months) as well as renewel terms (such as automatic renewal unless one party cancels in writing so many days before the renewal starts). If you are stuck...Read more »
I went to a company that told me a price of $1326 for the goods and services they are giving me before I signed a contract now that I have signed the contract and paid the amount $1326 I was told they are now saying that what I was told is not correct and are trying to charge me separately for... Read more »
If you signed a written contract you are bound by the terms of that contract. It does not matter what "they" told you; and it does not matter whether they gave you a copy of the contract you signed; why did you not ask for a copy?
I bought a brand new 10x12 prebuilt shed delivered to my property that leaked from day one. After a few half hearted attempts to fix it among several non returned calls and no shows the owner of the company said he would take it back and refund my money. That was 2 months ago every time I call him... Read more »
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