my husband is not on my credit card account and I never gave them permission to speak to him but they did anyways without my permission and they never even asked him the severity questions all the said was what is your name and then told him about my account and balance.
Credit card companies are not supposed to do this; however, there is very little you can do about it, other than to pay off the credit card they are calling about. You can also report them to the federal agency that regulates credit card companies.
Whatever "free rent" agreement you had with the seller disappeared the instant the buyer acquired the house. So as far as the buyer is concerned you have no legal right to remain in the house; this also means the new owner has no obligation to give you any time to get out. Your best bet is to be...Read more »
Can a physician give out private information to a third party, such as law inforcement, beyond the obvious (not a threat to oneself or others)? In other words, can a criminal case be dismissed based on a violation of privacy on account of a physician? Personal information was given out without my... Read more »
Any such violation of your privacy rights would come under Fourth Amendment analysis. The appropriate sanction would be suppression of the evidence, not dismissal of charges. Of course, suppression of evidence can often result in the State being unable to proceed, and thus dismissal.
Usually landlords are responsible for repairs required to the rental premises. However, in a case like this where the damage is caused solely by the tenant's negligence, you are most likely responsible for the cost of the repairs.
It is not going to matter that it was warm when you left....Read more »
Can u file again chapter 7 get rid of credit cards again and stop the foreclosure too save my house and then maybe sell it in a few years. But mostly I don’t want too loose my house and it’s going so quickly, is chapter 7 best way too save house or I also see so much talk online about it being... Read more »
You can know everything there is to know about the car. What I think you mean to ask is if there are any necessary disclosures that the seller must make and that answer is none. A seller can sell a car 'as is' and make no representations or warranties about the state of the vehicle.
Capital one hard and attorney / collection agency and they took out a lawsuit against me and had me served. I submitted a motion for production asking for them to show proof where I signed a contract and other questions. They now have sent a letter to me in the mail showing a balance which is the... Read more »
We lived there for 3 years and we’re on a well that supplied water to both units of a double. The water softener was hooked up in the adjacent unit but ran to ours as well. He wants me to pay to have it cleaned. Also he is saying I have to pay for new carpet because of stains, we didn’t have... Read more »
Wear and tear from regular use is near the exact definition of normal wear and tear. Things lose value over time, get damaged and have to be repaired or maintained. This is not deductible from a security deposit or attributable to the tenant. It is the cost of renting and having a family or person...Read more »
promotional value of the voucher is good for three years (ending June 21, 2015) but that the paid value of the voucher never expires. I found my credit card statement with the purchase showing on June 28, 2012, and the company name is exactly the same as it appears for the current company, but... Read more »
EVEN THOugh the middleman declared bankruptcy, the company is still liable for the service sold bc they were the one providing it. They owe you the paid value of the voucher, in whatever form that may be.
You can either check with the local jurisdiction clerks website or you can see if the Indiana Supreme Court website might have the forms you are looking for. Some jurisdictions vary on what forms they have online. If you can't get one online you can always go to the local clerks office and get one...Read more »
First, do not make admissions on a public forum, it is possible the State could learn of it an hold it against you. Secondly, if you were charged with Conversion or Misdemeanor Theft then you are facing a Class A Misdemeanor with up a $5000.00 fine and one year in county jail. Being that this is...Read more »
2015 I signed a contract to rent to own my mobile home. 2016 I didnt receive anything from the landlord. 2017 I received a manufactured home lease agreement. Landlord will not return calls of any kind. I don't know if I'm just renting or if I'm still buying. My new job is 45 minutes away & I would... Read more »
Your landlord cannot unilaterally change your lease or impose new terms on you without your consent. If your lease is for a set term you are no longer bound by the agreement to live at the mobile home when that term is up. However you also mentioned that you have a rent to own agreement in place....Read more »
I decided to go shopping for some clothes and wanted to try on a few items before purchasing them. Only a few fit me so I didn't take the ones that I didn't want. When I left the dressing room there was a worker going through the items in my cart and I asked her where I can put the items that I did... Read more »
Dealer never repossessed vehicle, even after I returned the keys and provided the adress to the vehicle. Car shows clean title on vehicle reports but I never received it. They never took me to court over it, nor is it on any of my credit reports. I want to sell the vehicle but don't know what I can... Read more »
This isn't really a personal injury question so take my answer pessimistically. In my opinion you should return the car to the dealership as you've forfeited your ownership of it in exchange for release of either your auto loan or lease obligation. At the very least you need to contact the...Read more »
Since i got the car because of the medicade spend down it is technically moms car. How, wothout drama can i get this car registered to me? Cant i just buy it from mom for a dollar? My sister, the P.O.A. seems to think it will involve lawyers and money???? Cant it be easy?
Handling a Medicaid spend down is no joke and very few lawyers practice in the area due to its complexity. You should not attempt to do this on your own without legal guidance as that could result in penalties. Consult with an elder law attorney in your area that handles Medicaid issues.
I Received a summons and it said failure to appear may result in a judgement against you, but it doesn't say you must appear can that result in a warrant being issued for me can a default judgement include a warrant for my arrest it's just credit card debt..?
You do not get a warrant for failure to appear for the initial hearing. As the summons stated, it may result in what is called a default judgment against you which is where the other side gets everything they ask for automatically because you were not there at the appointed time. If you were to...Read more »
I bought a used truck from a dealership about 6 months ago. I got a flat and when I went to get it fixed they put air in it and it was setting my tire pressure sensor off since it only had 50 psi and needed 80 psi. Come to find out the tires they put on my truck we're not the right class for the... Read more »
they are working with title company to buy this for a chineese company. the amount sounds great , but in order to process, I have to pay the RFC fee to do business in mexico - in order for them to release by money by the government.
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