You cannot expect a response that will help you in any meaningful way without providing facts, details and context. Start with stating what you received an insurance check for, why it was sent to your insurance company, and the reason the insurance company sent it back to you. If you don’t know...Read more »
Came up with a plan - started paying the bankruptcy each month. Paid into it March through November of 2020. My attorney filed something incorrectly - case was dismissed for a month. Started getting calls from creditors. He corrected it - I'm back in the bankruptcy. Bankruptcy approved in Dec... Read more »
You can get a second opinion from another experienced bankruptcy lawyer, who will need to review your case and the filings in it. If there is something new that can be done, other than what is being done, then they will tell you. If there was malpractice, then they can identify it for you and...Read more »
By title, you both legally own the car equally. Neither of you could be charged with the crime of theft for taking possession of the car from the other and driving it away. Civilly, however, as part of an alleged contract or agreement pursuant to which one of you made all the payments toward the...Read more »
I am representing a purchaser of a custom to be built home. The lot is within a 50 year old community called Montpelier in Laurel MD 20707. All of the houses with the exception of this one lot was built in the 60's . The association is Montpelier Community Association. They have an... Read more »
Your questions says you are "developer," but that you "represent the owner." Regardless, you have a political and legal problem. If you can't negotiate your way through a community organization staffed by non-professionals, you have the legal option of seeking a declaratory...Read more »
A heating oil company delivered oil to a friend's house that was supposed to be delivered to a house two doors away. My friend found a bill/receipt on her patio and took it to the address listed on the bill/receipt, thinking that it had just blown into her yard. Turns out the oil was... Read more »
The section you cite is directed to deliberate efforts by a seller to get a consumer to buy their product, without a contract, by intentionally delivering and then billing that consumer for the goods they did not order. The situation you describe is not that scenario; rather, it is a mistaken...Read more »
My truck was damaged by a collision with a deer. StateFarm paid to repair the truck. StateFarm only paid 1/4 of the cost of reapplying a dealer-installed paint sealant. The "StateFarm recommended" repair facility will not apply the paint sealant to any car partially. Applying the paint... Read more »
If State Farm is your own insurance company, you can sue them for breach of contract. If State Farm is the insurance company for the other driver who was negligent, you can sue the other driver for the money. Note that if you were injured, you must bring all claims in a single cause of action and...Read more »
The general SOL for a consumer debt in Maryland is 3 years from the later of (1) the date the last payment on the account balance came due and you failed to pay it, or (2) the date of the last payment you made on the account. In scenario #2, it is not uncommon for debtors to make a late payment,...Read more »
someone has filed a show cause against me. this person has access to their property but has not taken it. the items are in a storage unit in my name that they were to pay for but haven't for 6 months. now they are refusing to pay and filed a replevin for the items.
Not enough facts. As a general proposition, the repair shop is entitled to be paid for work and materials requested to be performed that were actually performed, and the customer has the right to approve of repairs over and above what was discussed or agreed to be performed and paid for. It is...Read more »
The terms of service for Justia prohibit lawyers from soliciting business here. The web site is for general information and access to justice. I've often written, however, on how to find a lawyer. I’ve written this same answer several times on Quora, and I don’t have enough time to rewrite...Read more »
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 »
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