Got them home and researched them found out its not worth anything and there is no way I can use it contacted the seller and said I can't use it I'm just going to bring it back he refuses to let me bring it back to him and says he is going to get the law involved if I don't pay him... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2023
Unlike many businesses that allow free returns, you generally don't have the right to return an item you purchased from a private seller, absent fraud, etc. by the seller. If you have an agreement to pay for something you received, the Court will generally hold you to pay for it, even if you... Read more »
answered on Jan 9, 2023
I assume that you also paid this person. There are cases of fraud where a contractor accepts payment or partial payment and then leaves the area without doing any work or having the intention to do so. If you believe you may have been scammed, you may want to contact the non-emergency line and... Read more »
It is a recumbent trike that was $3250. I bought it from a shop in Nebraska. I paid for it sight unseen from Oklahoma. Brand new ones cost between 3150-3350. On the receipt it doesn’t list that it is used. I emailed the company that builds the trike with the serial number and they responded... Read more »
answered on May 12, 2021
There is information about small claims court on the Nebraska Supreme Court's website. Small Claims Court doesn't allow attorneys and is for cases like yours where the dollar amount in question is relatively small.
That being said, it is possible that an item produced in a... Read more »
My uncle is too trustworthy and didn't ask for a receipt. I have several texts from the contractor stating that he'd be over to finish the job and we have my uncle's bank statement showing a large cash withdrawal (which he never does) and of course we still have the tree standing.... Read more »
The daycare doesn't have a liability clause at all. The director said they were going to cover the costs of the bills and then today the owner said they were not taking of them.
answered on Aug 8, 2019
A business is liable to a patron who falls on their property if the business was negligent. This is true whether or not the business has decided to carry liability insurance or not. Whether a business would be responsible for a person's bills for falling at their property depends on whether... Read more »
About a month ago while watching my nephew while his mom was in new York he purchased almost 300$ worth of PlayStation virtual currency In a game called fortnite which overdrew my account in total changes it was 415.31 Initially she said she would pay me back but has now changed her mind after me... Read more »
answered on Jun 10, 2019
Small claims court is designed exactly for this type of situation where there is a relatively low dollar request to repay due to a wrong. Many of the county courthouses have the forms available for you to pursue a small claims case on your own. It may make sense to handle this in small claims... Read more »
answered on May 13, 2011
It depends on the nature of the claim. For example, a claim arising out of breach of a written contract is 5 years. Conversely, a claim resulting from an intentional tort must be filed within 1 year. In Nebraska, there are statutes of limitations governing nearly every type of action, and vary... Read more »
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