It ua necessary to review the whole contract to know whether it can be rescinded. However, it is worth mentioning that the Covenant of Habitability is part of a lease agreement. You contact a housing attorney. Good luck!
I was rushed into signing a 2 year lease agreement via docsign without seeing the property first (although I requested to see it and they ignored my request). After viewing the property, my child had an allergic reaction to the carpet and things were not in good standing at the property. Was not... Read more »
You are in a bad position. The fact that you felt rushed and chose to sign without seeing the place is an explanation but is legally irrelevant. You chose to sign nonetheless. If you were not to pay rent and get sued then a court would likely find that the signed lease controls. You’ve raised...Read more »
September 1st for the reason of paying rent late and my rent Payment was always coming from somewhere different each month. I am a single mom of 2 and just went through a divorce, tore my meniscus on my knee requiring surgery and 3 months later had to have a hysterectomy due to a prolapsed uterus.... Read more »
At the end of a lease for a term the lease converts to month-to-month. In that type of lease, the landlord can give notice to vacate if the rent is not paid. The tenant must be given the option to pay the past due rent and all other sums owed under the lease. If the tenant does this within the time...Read more »
The account number is missing 2 numbers. Example: contract signed at hospital. J1234567. Account number on bills they sent me after service have J001234567. The 2 account numbers don't fully match. Can I use that to get the case dismissed?
Hello, I received a funds transfer on July 14th of $20,138.00. I called my bank and they said it was transferred from another account and could not see where from. I waited a week to touch the money just in case. Then I used to to help pay of bills. The day after touching the money I get a call... Read more »
This isn't the answer you want to hear but I believe that if grandpa sues you then you will lose. From a legal standpoint, I question whether there was any "consideration" given by you in exchange for his statement that he was not going to sue you. Consideration is an essential...Read more »
A Contractor I hired to remodel my home merely covered ceilings with new drywall rather than removing damaged, molded tiles, insulation, & wood. He did the same with plywood on the floors. This was unknown to me until after I fired him & hired a new Contractor. The floors are now COVERED... Read more »
You could contact the Missouri Attorney General's office. If work was done poorly, as opposed to your money being taken and no work done, unfortunately that office is unlikely to go after the contractor on your behalf. You'd need to hire your own attorney to sue but before doing so you...Read more »
There is a lot going on here. You definitely need to meet with an attorney. They can help you get copies of the necessary documentation and potentially make a claim to enforce the contract. Hopefully your requests listed in your question were made in writing. But as long as your contract is in...Read more »
Depends on the court. Depends on any scheduling order that has been entered. Depends on whether a hearing has been scheduled. Depends on whether your opponent can add a thrid party as a matter of right. How's that for a lawyerly answer?
A judgment in Missouri is valid for 10 years, so that fact that the judgment against you is 5 years old only means that it is still valid. If you get summoned, you need to appear. Consult with an attorney familiar with judgment debtor examinations, as there is an easy way to avoid answering the...Read more »
You, or your attorney needs to file a document "suggestion of bankruptcy" in the court where you are being sued. Provide the court with the case number, chapter number, date of filing, date of discharge. Also attach a copy of the schedule where the creditor appears listed. The creditor...Read more »
You will need to contact an attorney who handles contested probate cases. Failure to properly serve or give due notice to a required party has serious consequences. However, you will need an attorney to help you assess if that's what happened in this instance.
There is a loan company in a near town that repetitively sends me adds in the mail that I have on a number of occasions asked to stop sending me adds, I have asked them a number of times to remove my address and they still have not.
You can sue for unsolicited calls, text messages, and junk faxes under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) because it provides a "private right of action." Emails are covered by the CAN SPAM Act and individual cannot sued under that act. I'm not aware of any statute that...Read more »
The judgement is from a car accident where I hit a rental with no insurance. I didnt go to court so I got a default judgement. I have no idea what I owe and my drivers license has since been suspended. So this in return has cost me a lot of legal trouble. I'm supposed to be paying an attorney... Read more »
A Missouri attorney could advise best on how an insurance carrier would handle this, as insurance practices are governed by state law. But your question remains open for two weeks, and you were concerned about responding to the other person in a week. As a general matter in many jurisdictions, auto...Read more »
If you have an attorney, this is a question that you should direct to your attorney. In general, however, once an order is issued you must comply immediately unless the order provides a different date.
The buyer might not have a good claim for breach of contract but could sue under the Merchandising Practices Act, but, in short, would need to prove that you made a misrepresentation or failed to disclosre a problem witht the animal's health.
You've not indicated anything about your living arrangement, i.e., is it a hotel, motel, apartment, or room in someone's residence. Without knowing more, it's impossible to answer your question. I suggest you report or edit your post if possible.
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