I got a car with my grandpa as cosigner. He later got diagnosed having dementia. My uncle then became person in charge of his affairs, his financials included. My vehicle was repossessed for non payment of three months. I didnt receive any notices. I later found out notices had been sent to my... Read more »
Were you supposed to make the monthly payments? It is not clear in your question.
Not a lot you can do to avoid this debt. Despite the lack of notice, you (or your grandpa) was required to make the payment. When the payment is not made, default occurs. The creditor can then proceed with...Read more »
in Michigan law if there is no name or contact information as to who constructed the contract on the contract, who has a legal rite to object to the counter claim filed because as far as I knew only the drafter of the contract has the rite to file suit and object to counter claim
For purposes of some claim of breach, it doesn't matter who drafted the contract. Either party may state a claim that a breach occurred. Where who drafted the contract comes into play is when there is some ambiguity in the language that substantiates the breach; when the contract is ambiguous,...Read more »
There is no procedure for the state to accept a transfer to it of a membership interest in an LLC. It should be possible to resign as a member. You should consult with an attorney who can review the entire situation, and the accountant may be useful for advice as to potential tax consequences or...Read more »
LLC is suing a Member by another Member who has equal share. The defending Member is not representing LLC. Does Member being sued have to represented by counsel. If so, why, if the Member is not defending the LLC
The general rule in most states is that business entities, such as LLCs, must be represented by a licensed attorney in court. Individuals generally may appear pro se, meaning that they may represent themselves, in court proceedings and lawsuits.
I was buying a house and closer decided to end the deal due to lender not meeting closing date. I know meeting closing date is not guaranteed but every time I try to contact them they never called back. When I was finally able to contact them (two day before my closing date) they said they needed... Read more »
Are you using a Realtor? That person is probably the first person you should (or should have been) in contact with. Generally, since the mortgage lender is not a part of the contract you made with the seller, it would be hard to assign liability to them.
I applied for a self-contained special education position. After being hired I was told that the district has decided to change the position to a co-teaching position. My contract only says that the position is a special education teacher position. It does not specify what type of special ed... Read more »
I don't believe a breach of an employment contract would jeopardize your teacher certification. Your contract probably provides for some provision allowing you to quit or resign with appropriate notice, so I'm not sure if there is a breach.
There may be language in the GAP contract allowing them to back out. Obviously you should get your money back for the contract. If it was part of your finance contract, you may want to request a new breakdown of costs because the Truth in Lending Act requires them to provide perfectly accurate...Read more »
With remote learning, what happens if I don't agree to the terms and conditions of a 3rd party company/software, Zoom, Google, etc, they're using, can the state say I'm not teaching my child under the law? What if I don't agree to them being on camera and a 3rd party recording... Read more »
If you don't agree to the terms of service for the video platform your school uses, than you cannot participate in the virtual learning offered through the school. You would then need to elect to send your child to school in-person (if offered), or your child would not be considered an...Read more »
I'm planning on moving out and I still have a lease on my apartment, my roommate wants to take on the full lease at a later time, until then am I responsible for the utilities in her name until then or just what's in my name? We have no agreement outside of the lease with the apartment... Read more »
Once we get the facts laid out, the answer will become clear.
If the lease is in your name and you move out with the expectation that the roommate is going to sublet from you, you and the roommate need to determine the terms of the sublet. If the roommate is going to "take on the full...Read more »
I had a verbal agreement (recorded) with a pest control company to remove a wasp nest with ONLY a non residual contact aerosol pesticide which would be used to kill the wasps quickly in their nest then the nest would be put in a bag and pulled down. I was assured that the chemical used would not... Read more »
You want to know if you have a meritorious case. A lawyer will require a lot more information to answer this question. The biggest problem with your potential case is the verbal contract. Your recording may or may not be admissible in court based on multiple factors. If it's not admissible,...Read more »
i couldnt get help to move at that time because of virus closures. i couldnt turn key in till june 6 they are saying i have to pay my deposit back and charging me a mth rent during the initial out break. how can they charge me 800.00
We have resided together for 20 years (last 10 in MI where the house is). We own it jointly. I have made all the payments and have proof. If I move out, and continue maintaining the home and paying the mortgage, can the other person gain financially when we finally sell due to my not residing in... Read more »
What matters is whether they have a valid judgment. Judgments may be renewed every 10 years. I would assume they did that and now that they've found you again, they can collect. You could look into filing a motion for installment payments with the court.
I am an international student planning to study in the US (Michigan). There is a strong chance I won't be able to get my visa and actually move in, but my landlord is saying that if that happens I will still have to pay all rent due under my lease. Is this true?
It may be true. If you want to avoid liability you could insist that the lease provide for your option to terminate it if you don't receive the visa. If it's too late and the lease has already been signed, you could try to sublet the leased premises. We would have to examine the lease...Read more »
A local car dealership has a sticker coupon on the newspaper, and it says bring in this sticky for 750 off the price of a vehicle. I was wondering if i take in 10 of them, if they would have to honor it. No where does it say one coupon per person or anything like that?
Absent a very specifically worded advertisement, an ad in a newspaper is not an offer to enter a contract that you can just accept by showing up with your coupon and saying "I accept." The ad is merely an invitation to deal. They would not need to give you more than $750 off any vehicle,...Read more »
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