Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer First you should demand payment by letter. when that doesn't work you should file in small claims court if you meet the requirements. Filing a small claims case in NH is now done by computer and relatively easy to handle. Good luck!
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer I looked over the rules and I don't see them in there either. You can file a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim for which relief can be granted and state the same reasons you stated here. He might be using old rules that have been updated and no one ever called him on it. The plaintiff will probably then simply amend his complaint, which the court will most likely allow. Good Luck!
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer If you can't afford to pay for room the hotel has no obligation to keep you in the room for free. They can't discriminate against you but they don't have to board you for free.
Joseph Kelly Levasseur's answer Since he made the threat of holding a gun on you, you should file a complaint with the police department and have them go with you to get your property back. If the property owner feels you owe him money he can't resolve the issue by keeping your tools and threatening you, that is why we have a court system, to resolve civil issues. Good Luck!
Brian Lehman's answer There are two ways you can be banned. First, a court may issue an order restraining where you can go. That did not happen here based on what you wrote.
Second, if the restaurant is on private property, the owner or the owner's agents (perhaps the manager) can tell you not to go on their property. If you do so, then you could be accused of trespassing which might be a criminal or civil violation.
You can choose what you want to do with respect to the "stop going to the...
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer No, you are not responsible for her debt. If she is the only one who signed the mortgage note, and were the lender to foreclose, you wouldn't be liable for a deficiency judgment.
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