In 2008 my home had a lien put against it due to a credit card debt with Citibank. In 2017, I tried to show a bank that I paid off the debt but Citibank has no record of the account. I was still able to get a loan despite the lien but in the future this will still be a problem especially if I... Read more »
You're going to need a lawyer in Tennessee, where the seller and horse are located. You, or your principal, may be bound to the purchase of the horse. Why as the agent you took it upon yourself to reimburse out of your own pocket the buyer's money, after the seller had received the...Read more »
So in January my mom got a letter from her financial advisor which was from the IRS telling her that she had to fill out a W-9 because the social security she had in her account was wrong. My mom immediately took action and we went to our financial advisor office to correct the social security... Read more »
A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Given the effort and legal fees that could be involved in demonstrating discrimination, it could be more practical and economical to seek the services of a different shop. Good luck
A repossession does not wipe out debt, and would surely make it more difficult to qualify for a new car loan. The lender will credit for whatever a repossessed car sold for, but the borrower is still on the hook to pay off the balance of the loan. Although it is hard to imagine a scenario...Read more »
I bought two of the same item from two different online sellers, and accidentally returned one to the wrong seller. They claimed it a "counterfeit" product and want to contact that authorities, but I told them it was a mistake and that I would pay to reship it back to me so I can return... Read more »
Probably not much. You did not commit a crime. Send them the correct item for a refund and request the return of the other item. Unless you intentionally and knowingly tried to send them a counterfeit item in order to defraud them out of the price of a real such product. In that case, stop posting...Read more »
If you think it is animal cruelty, you can call animal control in your area. Or, most jurisdictions require a breeder permit or license to operate legally. You can also call animal control for that information to report this person, if you suspect the breeding in illegal. Otherwise, animals are...Read more »
Two different questions. The UCC generally applies to the sale of goods, so in that respect, it applies to the sale of a vehicle, but only if the transaction involves at least one party that is a "merchant" as defined under the Code--which means, a person or entity in the business of...Read more »
Naturally you would get all parts of an agreement regarding this major purchase in writing, so you just need to refer to your written agreement to see what your rights and obligations are. If you did not get a written agreement, I guess the next question is: "Who is the registered owner of...Read more »
A breeder required 300$ down payment to guarantee a puppy. He promised to send pictures of the female bluenose pitbull puppy, a copy of lineage and shot paperwork, and receipt for payment. After days of me attempting to contact him he refused to respond or and phone calls and texts. He than texts... Read more »
No police, he has committed no crime, they will do nothing for you. No basis to sue, he has not breached the agreement yet to provide you with a pitbull puppy. Unless you have a contract that states when he was supposed to provide you with pictures and paperwork, then the issue of whether he has...Read more »
Various criminal code provisions may or may not apply to your facts. I've answered this question previously with reference to the card holder agreement and the effect of the death of the primary account holder on the legality of an authorized user to continue to use the card....Read more »
It could depend on the terms of your agreement. A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could contact attorneys and see if you could arrange a brief consult to review your purchase agreement. One of the first questions you may be asked is whether...Read more »
Im a truck driver and in a secured lot I took my dog and tied him to the fence in a grassy area behind my tractor n trailer while I went and took a shower. I came out and a security guard had him in his car and off my leash. I went off and police was called. Police said it's considered... Read more »
I’m looking for a MD attorney who specializes in small business health club services and non/compliance to Maryland Code Commercial Law Title 14 - Miscellaneous Consumer Protection Provisions Subtitle 12B - Health Club Services.
You might be searching in vain for an attorney who specializes in that narrow of a field. However, it seems like the type of question that could be answered by any attorney capable of interpreting the statute sections and any applicable regulations and applying them to your situation.
I bought a vehicle from someone in Laurel Maryland (private party) and i have proof from Pennsylvania State Police that the individual rolled back the odometer almost 70,000 miles. After fussing with them back and fourth, they said they will take the car back for ONLY the price I paid them for it,... Read more »
That may or may not constitute a crime. You certainly could report it to the applicable state's attorney's office. Your best bet is likely to consult with the Attorney General or an attorney in private civil practice.
The mortgage is a lien against the property. It cannot be sold without the mortgage being paid off first out of the sale proceeds. That happens at settlement. Then the net proceeds are split evenly between the two owners of the property: 50% to the estate, 50% to your stepmother
The company drilled tile that is probably asbestos. 2 contractors that came to basement for other matters mentioned the flooring was asbestos. We had no idea and a whole year has almost passed since we the work was done.
So, first pay an asbestos remediation expert/contractor to provide a definitive confirmation whether you have asbestos tiles or not, and what, if any danger and cost of remediation will be. Get all that in writing. If the same expert/contractor is willing to state that the other contractor was...Read more »
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