A Theripist is claiming I have to pay with my credit card by today by phone or she is sending to collection but will only give me invoice after I pay? She just txt dollar amount? She is real I met her 4 sessions. She is going about this unprofessional one days notice threatening to send to... Read more »
I am a former LuLaRoe (a clothing company) consultant who cancelled my contract with the company back in September of last year. During this time, they were offering a 100% refund of inventory sent back with their provided shipping labels. They received my inventory on September 15, 2017. I have... Read more »
I received an email from a representative of a county run program stating the selling price of a home that want to purchase. It has the amount stated in the email. the person stated that she will check with the executive officer to get the amount. She sent me an email back a few days later with the... Read more »
No. In order to make a binding contract, there must be both an offer and an acceptance of the offer, plus an understanding of all material terms of the agreement. You never accepted the offer of sale and closed the deal. In real estate, prices increase or decrease over time. You never locked in the...Read more »
We have a copy of the check including the back showing that it was deposited not by the invoicing company but by a company that shares the same registered agent and address as the utility company that invoiced us. The notice states that we must file an action in circuit court to determine whether... Read more »
It is generally a bad idea to deal directly with the other side's lawyer as the opposing client. It is this setting that causes more incidents of laypeople believing that lawyers are dishonest. All ethical lawyers in that setting are bound, and will, tell you the truth from their clients'...Read more »
You may have a breach of contract claim. Would depend on the terms of the sale. But typically in an arms-length transaction you have the responsibility to inspect the goods prior to purchase. Consult local counsel.
Maryland law does not protect a house from claims of the owner's creditors. Generally speaking a house and most other assets are "up for grabs" by a judgment creditor. The law offers a very limited exemption of about $6,000 from collection but such exemption is not automatic. If titled...Read more »
Your mother would benefit from some legal advice. Generally it is difficult to recapture funds once they are taken. A judgment creditor has various enforcement rights and they include the right to seize assets belonging to the person who owes the judgment. These include the right to get a...Read more »
If someone borrowed money for a car and put up the car as collateral then the lender may have rights to repossess the car, wherever located, and it is unlikely that keeping a vehicle at a college campus will keep it out of the grasp of repossession. The limits of what a repossessor can do without...Read more »
I was co-signed by my mother for lack of credit. Because I am 21 now and taking decisions on my own, she is keeping the car from me to have some control. She stole the keys from me and refuse to give them back. I made all the payments for the car note and the insurance for about 4 months now. Could... Read more »
It is not possible to fully answer your question without some additional context. The law does provide that, in certain instances, individuals can assert a lien without first obtaining a judgement. Examples here would be a mechanic's lien or a lien for attorneys fees. In other instances one must...Read more »
I would recommend that you contact a consumer protection attorney to discuss the details. If you never owed the debt on which the judgment was based, you might be able to attack the judgment. If successful, you might be able to file a claim against the company that filed the lawsuit as well.
Without knowing more, I would recommend contacting your credit card company to find out how to appeal the decision. Also, ask why they are considering the charges valid. Make sure you keep thorough notes concerning your communications with the company, including dates and times of calls, and names...Read more »
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