In Indiana, once a lender sells a car to an insurance company and receives payment for the actual cash value (ACV), they generally lose their rights to the vehicle, including any claims to its title. If you have bought the car back from the insurance company at a salvage price and received the...View More
I got a storage unit under full pretenses thinking that they were a secure facility with cameras and a gated facility like they claimed on their website and what they told me and then my things get stolen because there's no security and no cameras for footage can I sue them?
If the storage facility misrepresented the security measures in place, and that misrepresentation was a significant factor in your decision to rent a unit there, you might have grounds for a lawsuit based on false advertising or breach of contract.
The success of such a claim would depend...View More
My husband purchased a used Harley from a woman in Indiana. When you give him the title, he noticed the woman’s name wasn’t it wasn’t titled in her name she had signed on as a purchaser, but never sent it in and title it in her name when I asked her about that she explained that she had power... View More
If the motorcycle was reported stolen in South Dakota, authorities there have jurisdiction to press charges if the vehicle is found within their state, regardless of any sales receipt you possess from Indiana. The concept of 'title jumping' refers to the act of selling a vehicle without...View More
The AC/furnace is 4 months old and had a 10 year warranty. The power surge voided the warranty. The insurance company wants to fix it instead of replacing it, which means I lose the remaining 9+ years of warranty. They also want to pay me $500 to replace a $1200 washing machine that the power... View More
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. On option might be to discuss their proposed repair/component replacement with your furnace company (if you mean their warranty) - if the power surge only affected control components. Another route could include...View More
Since your mom had power of attorney while you were in jail, she had the right to manage your assets, including selling your property. However, she had a fiduciary duty to act in your best interest. Misappropriating the funds from the sale could be a breach of that duty. You may consider gathering...View More
I got no notice for sale or rent raised twice been locked out from being able to vacate unit I have paid all past due balance now this months rent is keeping me from getting my stuff I want to move out why do I have to pre pay for the month if I want to leave they are extorting me for my possessions
It is important to understand the terms and conditions of the rental agreement you signed for the storage unit. If you have been delinquent on rent payments or if the unit was abandoned, the facility may have the right to auction off the contents of the unit to recoup the unpaid balance. However,...View More
What happens if your mediation deadline is April 18th, and mediation was held on April 8th, and the parties reached a settlement agreement, but the obligations of the agreement cant be fulfilled until after the mediation deadline?
Such as the mediator filing the mediation report a week... View More
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney, the situation you describe does arise. Mediators or arbitrators can set conditions in a report or decision that remain to be fulfilled afterwards. If the...View More
Under federal EEO laws, employees who believe they have been discriminated against in the workplace can file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and pursue a legal claim. In some cases, these claims are settled through a federal settlement agreement.
Landlord agreed to rent to own for $110,000. Landlord got a different mortgage on a new home they purchased and said they couldnt have this house( the one I was already renting to own for 5 years) as a rent to own anymore. Can I take them to court for the money I put into owning the house since... View More
Your rent-to-own contract should outline your rights and remedies. Assuming an attorney represented you when you entered into that agreement, you should speak to that attorney for advice. If you had no attorney, from my NY perspective, unless your contract prohibits it, you would need to bring an...View More
Had proof, they admitted the act in email, withdrew early and falsified the reasoning to the courts. But lied to me, made huge mistakes, acted without competence or diligence to the point of me have to help them and tell them how to do things. Confronted firm multiple times of actions but was... View More
DATA won a lawsuit against and individual for breach of contract. DATA won over $300,000 to be paid by individual. He never paid and within a year filed for bankruptcy. Today received a letter from United States Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Indiana an Order denying Motion to Avoid Lien... View More
I moved into an apartment with my girlfriend, both our names are on the lease. She ended up cheating on me and moving out after 2 weeks of living here. She says that she will not pay any rent and so far has refused to. The leasing office informed us on during the signing process on numerous... View More
It's possible that you have a suit against her for contribution, but just because you can sue someone doesn't mean that you are going to get anything from her. See a local lawyer for advice. This is not a criminal matter.
Saying if using for commercial purposes you must buy license for use while it’s on a free platform and can be downloaded for free, my question is do i actually have to since this is a free font on a free platform or will i still be required to buy the license?
The fact that a font is available for free online for some purposes does not mean that you can download and use it for free for other purposes. Fonts are considered to be a type of software. Just like other types of software, the person who programmed it can distribute it with license terms,...View More
I'm sorry your question remains open for two weeks on such an urgent matter. This is something that an Indiana landlord-tenant attorney would have insight into. The question was overlooked under Personal Injury and other categories. If you haven't done so already, you could reach out to a...View More
A single member LLC is dissolved unless, within 90 days of the member's death, the deceased member's personal representative takes action to designate at least one new member. If an attorney was hired to handle the probate estate, talk to that attorney about it, or contact a lawyer...View More
A company I work for is being bought/transitioned to a new company. Employees are being encouraged to transition over as well, with better pay rates. They have sent out employment offer letters to each employee to sign detailing their individualized pay rates. I received my first one and signed it... View More
This is question of Contract Law. Workers' Compensation deals exclusively with work-related injuries. If you were offered $16.30 per hour and you accepted that rate of pay, the must pay you $16.30 for all hours worked from the date you accepted the offer to the date that they changed their...View More
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