Realistically any attorney would need more facts and to review the purchase contract and any other related documents. Significantly more facts would be required. Using modern technology, geographic factors in obtaining an attorney are no longer relevant. You need an experienced civil litigation...Read more »
Arbitration clauses are matters of contract. In your case it's a "Home Warranty Contract". If the conduct of the party wanting to enforce the arbitration clause against you amounts to a material breach, then the court won't enforce the arbitration clause. A good remedy for a...Read more »
While applying to the state for an electrical license , does the board have the right to change a law that is also in the state law ? Because it says so on its website ;The Board is engaging in rulemaking to implement the law. i check the law ,N.J.A.C. 13:31-2.1 Qualifications of Applicants... Read more »
GooglePlay gift cards worth $500 purchased at Michaels, Deptford, NJ. realized scam on 2/19/22; tried to return on 2/21/22; store mgr said policy is no return. Left message with fraud control at Michaels corp; no response to date. I will be 80 on 4/14/42. am I a "protected citizen?"
Dump truck delivering dirt for backyard, house empty at the time, no knowledge that a dump truck was coming on our driveway. Contractor willing to replace only the 5 damaged sections, not all 14. If we accept, concrete will not match in color & we will see this aesthetic difference for the rest... Read more »
Realistically a review of all your documents is required to determine exactly what your options are. If the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act turns out to be applicable to your case, you would be entitled to triple damages, plus attorney fees. In addition, in my experience, it's extremely rare...Read more »
Based on your brief description, I would argue that the requirement to accept the Zoll equipment is a contract of adhesion and not enforceable. You failed to mention whether there were other equipment available or other procedures which did not require the equipment. In any case, you have a...Read more »
I have reached out to the lender to repay the loan in full, in exact accordance with the judgement/court order. However, the lender is not accepting payment. They are just not responding. Is there a point where the debt can be cancelled due to not accepting payment in full or refusing to comply... Read more »
Debts just do not get magically canceled. If it is appropriate and cost-effective you should simply file for bankruptcy, but that cannot be determined here. The creditor is under no obligation to take payments, but will almost certainly serve you with an information subpoena. You can have a secure...Read more »
Yes you certainly can take legal action both civilly and through the criminal justice system. How to determine who stole the EZ Pass may require retains a private investigator. Once that is determined and you have proof, then an experienced civil litigation attorney can review all your...Read more »
Mortgages are negotiable instruments that can be freely bought and sold, without your consent. To determine what your options are, you really need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Choosing a cheap attorney can often lead to expensive mistakes and/or...Read more »
resolved through arbitration in accordance with AAA rules. However, in AAA Consuner Rules, R-9. 'Small Claims Option for the Parties' reads as 'If a party’s claim is within the jurisdiction of a small claims court, either party may choose to take the claim to that court instead of... Read more »
Yes, you may proceed with filing a small claims action against the auto dealership. However be sure to follow what requirements or stipulation the AAA requires in order to proceed with filing a small claims court action.
At 18 you are considered an adult in the criminal justice system so you face adult penalties which at the minimum for any theft offense is up to 180 days in jail, fines, probation etc if the amount is up to $200.00. Over $200 but less than $500 up to 18 months in jail, fines probation and Over...Read more »
May 20th 2021 I recieved, signed and sent back an authorization to repair form that the bodyshop had sent me. This document listed acceptable payment methods one of which was any "major credit card". Relationahip between bodyshop and I has gone down hill since then and around June 3rd... Read more »
I would file suit in New Jersey against the BMW dealer under the Consumer Fraud Act and obtain jurisdiction over the body shop in the New Jersey case, using the long-arm statute and the entire controversy doctrine. However, this type of case can only be taken on a retainer and hourly basis. The New...Read more »
I posted a picture of my client, no face, no identifying markers. I thought I had permission based on a text conversation because she did not sign a media release. she asked me to remove it, i did immediately, she wrote me after and said she is suing me (after the photo was removed). Can I still... Read more »
Harassing us,threatening, & bullying us. He breeched the lease in several areas, was supposed to supply electric to outbuilding, has not, refusing to pay credits when He either refused to do the work or sent his maintenance guy out here to start projects last May, & never returned. When we... Read more »
This is a Civil case that must be filed in Superior Court, Law Division. As someone who has successfully handled a significant number of these cases, I can make some statements with a very high degree of certainty, which is good news for you. It is extremely rare that any Home Improvement...Read more »
Sorry to disappoint you but once your car has been repossessed no creditor is obligated to accept anything less than full payment. You really need to retain an experienced Bankruptcy attorney and file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 on Monday, depending on your overall situation.
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