I paid in full for a service and got an appointment date and time. On the day of the appointment I sent a text to the owner letting them know I would be on my way to which they answered all appointments were cancelled that day. I asked for a refund and was told no refunds. I have asked kindly... Read more »
The answer is "YES". The recourse which requires retaining an experienced civil litigation attorney and it is very powerful. The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, provides for triple damages plus attorney fees and costs. There is no basis for a refusal to make a refund when a service is not...Read more »
This account was compromised in 2006 I closed the account with the negative balance of around $350. The account was charged fees bringing the account negative $465. Bank of America is suing me for over $4k. Isn’t there a Statute of Limiations in NJ?
I had an L visa. The lawyers hired by my spouse’s company were supposed to file an extension petition with the USCIS for me since we were to return home 2 weeks after my I-94 expiration. However, they did not file the petition properly. Therefore, the USCIS sent a Notice of Deficiency to them,... Read more »
It would be worth your while to at least register a bar complaint against any attorney you feel acted in bad faith. As far as a lawsuit, your best bet would be to consult with an attorney regarding the facts in the case to get an idea if that would be effective.
Co and paid deposit NOT mentioning a non refundable deposit. 7 months and Glass guy did not install and contractor said I can cancel and asked me for the deposit. Glass guy is his sub. Glass guy said he would refund contractor, I have no contract with glass guy. Since refund didn’t happen, now... Read more »
Although you listed this as a "Small Claims case", it may (or may not be much more than that). In NJ almost no home improvement contractor's contract ever complies with the contract requirements of the New Jersey Home Improvement Contractor Act, which will almost certainly violate...Read more »
No one can tell you anything without reviewing the contract itself. Anyone could guess, the meaning these terms, but "limited lifetime" could mean many different things. You should NEVER sign any Home Remodeling Contract without having an attorney review it first.
Trying to file a lawsuit as an individual against a company like Google is not going to be cost effective. You don't even know if your legal fees will be covered or not. Most litigants in a class action settlement get next to nothing. I personally, would take the $12.00 and move on.
If you are not responsible for the cost of the new phone and the new mobile account, and your SSN has not been used further, you have no current damages to sue for. they are already offering you compensation, but you can also request the company to pay for a credit monitoring service so that you...Read more »
I have a question about my refund from the previous company who was managing the parking lot I still use. This company was responsible for the management of our building's parking lot and kicked out due to not fulfilling their responsibilities. Now a new company is in charge. I... Read more »
Im glad to hear that you are working and earning your own money. Its a good start. Now, lets address the issue as to why mom wants "control" of your phone. Parents for the past 1,000 years have struggled with how to get their children to study, do well in school and go to sleep at a...Read more »
In a brief I took over a pizzeria and restaurant in jersey shore boardwalk, the pizzeria name are also named to about other 4 restaurant in the same boardwalk but with different way, like one is named original....., other name restaurant and pizzeria, other named (...... 4)., mine is name (....... Read more »
Generally speaking, a business does not have to register a trademark in order to have trademark rights. There are common law trademark rights that are acquired by use of the mark. Using a trademark that is confusingly similar may be deemed infringement. However, if your mark was in use before the...Read more »
Since there was no signed formal contract and you did not pay for the vehicle, there was nothing to prevent the dealer from selling it to anyone else. This is a common practice among car dealers, which is completely legal. Realistically, whenever you go to purchase a car, or any other vehicle, do...Read more »
Price gouging occurs when a seller increases the prices of goods, services or commodities to a level much higher than is considered reasonable or fair. Price gouging may be considered exploitative and unethical.
New Jersey's price gouging law bans excessive price increases during a...Read more »
Chase denied a loan modification. My attorney appealed but the Bankruptcy judge agreed to suspend the loan modification. The loan was sold. If the new lender denies a loan mod will the foreclosure process start all over again? I have been making regular mortgage payments with Chase since the... Read more »
After 8 months, diagnose crack in engine wall. 2013 audi 135k miles. They kept telling me they are having trouble diagnosing the problem After 8 months say cant be fixed. They had my car three different times for a month each time, trying to diagnose it
During a deployment overseas, there was an incident involving multiple personnel. US Army CID took fingerprints and statements from personnel involved. The charges are shown on an fbi personal rap sheet few years after. There was no court martial. The disposition is only an article 15 ( non... Read more »
I'm having trouble finding who to address my letter to and eventually serve. I'm not 100% sure that I have the correct information. I have two status reports with one of the entities having their status revoked. The business is a Massage Envy franchise located in Clifton. When I looked... Read more »
The best way to find out the legal name of a business entity, along with the name of the registered agent, president, or CEO (etc) is to use the NJ Division of Revenue and Enterprise website and order the business entity standing certificates, long-form with officers. I believe it will cost you...Read more »
- I caught the company taking an un-contractual 50% off the top, nearly $10,000. I brought it up and they agreed to “give it back”. Which in turn went from his right pocket to his left because of the ridiculous “bill” he gave me.... Read more »
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