She has been living in the same senior complex for 23 years and has never had anything written against her. Now that my father passed a year ago she needs help so I am staying with her temporarily. I have been here since Aug 2018 and do plan to leave if my mother can get strong enough to stay alone.
Based on the facts provided thus far it appears that your mother may well have rights under various federal and state laws regarding disabled persons that are being violated. More facts are needed to make a determination as to your mother's options. You should promptly contact an attorney and...Read more »
We asked via text so there is documentation of several requests. Now landlord doesn't want to rent to us she says because we are asking her to repair too many things. She has stated she's not putting anymore money in the house (hence the reason there is no CO because failed inspection was probably... Read more »
You can retain a litigation attorney to file suit against the landlord. An in person consultation and document review is necessary to obtain proper legal advice. Depending on the specific town the apartment is located in there may also be additional remedies available to you.
My mortgage company gave me such a hard time in trying to get a modification. I lost my primary residence because of it. "They couldn't get the numbers to work." I moved into my rental property with the same issue, getting a modification approved.
Based on the information in your question you may have a cause of action for violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (which provides for triple economic damages plus payment of the consumer's attorneys' fees and costs), as well as common law fraud claims which would be a basis to seek...Read more »
When I was at the dealership the salesman said he was working on getting the CarFax. Said he had it, but they gave him the wrong one and they were working on it. I also asked the financial person doing the paperwork and he said they were working on it. I never received one.
You need to retain a civil litigation attorney and file suit under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, N.J.S.A. 56:8-2, consumer fraud is defined broadly as “any unconscionable commercial practice, deception, fraud, false pretense, false promise or misrepresentation . . . ” in connection with...Read more »
I recently went through a bankruptcy in which I included my home, and subsequently a foreclosure (in NJ). I remained in the home during this whole process and paid the propane supplier monthly, as I needed the fuel to live there. When I left the home the tank contained 60% fuel. I'm willing to pay... Read more »
I'm being sued for not submitting a written notice of move out at the end of my lease. Any information on sliding scale or income adjusted legal services/representation specializing in landlord/tenant cases would be very much appreciated! Thank you.
Different attorneys have different fees. You get what you pay for. Pick the best lawyer you can find and remember one rule: a good lawyer is generally never cheap, and a cheap lawyer is generally never good so don't choose based on price.
You are seeking things through rose colored glasses which is distorting your vision and the law. Depending on your overall financial situation, Bankruptcy may be right for you. An experienced CA Bankruptcy attorney will be able to determine which type of Bankruptcy is the correct one for you....Read more »
If you canceled your order and received a full refund why would you think you're entitled to keep the item? Just imagine if everyone did that. How do you think Amazon and its vendors would revise their return/refund policies? If current online purchasing policies are designed to encourage...Read more »
Contract states that after 90 days upon stating child will not return to school, daycare will refund deposit. On June 1, stated my children will not return to daycare beginning July 5. It is now October, well over the 90 days the daycare’s contract states they would return the deposit. How can... Read more »
This is a contract issue so the matter really depends on the language in your agreement. you've asked them for your deposit and they've unreasonably refused, you can file a lawsuit. The amount they owe you will determine how much you sue for, and how and where to file your lawsuit. But sometimes...Read more »
I think your question is more suitable for posting in the Family Law section. Regardless, I think what can happen mostly depends on how much you spent, whether you used a joint credit card, the trust and quality of your marriage, and how your husband feels about it when he finds out. You might...Read more »
Roofer began tear off on 10/14/16 to reroof my house. I discovered the roof leaked on 10/29/17. I had a 15 year workmanship guarantee from the roofer. The roofer claims I tore off the chimney flashing that they never installed and deemed my warranty and guarantee null and void on 11/07/17. I... Read more »
Consumer-fraud claims (CFA) in New Jersey are subject to the six-year statute of limitations (SOL), N.J.S. 2A:14-1. New Jersey has an excellent law protecting consumers. It allows for triple damages and also pays the attorney fees. Despite the six-year SOL, there are several reasons you shouldn't...Read more »
for the past 3-4 years I have been involved in a mortgage scheme where as the title and mortgage company falsely put a hospice bill lien on my mortgage and have been covering up for the Sr. loan officer who got scared and took off. Management has been lying for him while I became disabled from... Read more »
You shouldn't have a lawyer with you because what would happen depends on the prosecutor the Judge the police the alleged victim so much of this is outside of your control and there's not one thing that can happen to you. You're facing jail probation community service fines etc...You need an...Read more »
Citi Mortgage cashed my check for payment of my mortgage for June. A few weeks later they sent me back a check drawn on Citi Mortgages bank and a month later filed a foreclosure action against me. This is the shortest version of the situation I can provide. They did me dirty for sure!
Being able to truly prove wrongful foreclosure is very difficult to say the least. Your situation requires an in person consultation and document review with an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. There is an insufficient factual basis to answer your question without a...Read more »
You need to retain an experienced NY litigation attorney to file a Motion for reconsideration. This is not a consumer law case. THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE! YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY WHO IS LICENSED IN YOUR STATE FOR LEGAL ADVICE. This is merely suggestions for you to think about in discussing...Read more »
The carfax for the car states the title is clean. However, the autocheck report shows there is frame damage to the car and the title is branded, damage dated before I owned the car and confirmed from the auction that put that on the report that it is true. The dealership showed me the carfax before... Read more »
To knowingly sell a vehicle that has frame damage and a branded title without disclosing that to the purchaser would be deceptive and unconscionable. Based on your question there are issues regarding whether the Autocheck report would have had that information on it 4 years ago when you purchased...Read more »
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