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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Family Law and Libel & Slander for New Jersey on
Q: I'm the plaintiff and my motion for summary judgment was granted in my favor.

I don't see any monetary for damages tho. Is there a next step or am I suppose to file something

Richard Diamond
Richard Diamond
answered on Apr 24, 2024

I have no idea what requests were sought as part of your summary judgment application.

My suggestion is that you pay a lawyer for his / her time to review your summary judgment application, the opposition filed, the reply papers filed ( with all exhibits) and the proposed form of order you...
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2 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Internet Law for New Jersey on
Q: Hi our longtime manager who was the admin for our business google account was recently fired. Won't turn over login info

Hi, our longtime manager who was the admin for our business google account was recently fired. This person will not give us our login information. We are also locked out of our email account to recover or reset the passwords. This was a family member that we never thought would do the things that... View More

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answered on Apr 1, 2024

You need to retain an experienced civil litigation attorney with knowledge of Internet law to file an Order to Show Cause with the Court and to immediately send them a "Cease & Desist" letter. To provide meaningful advice and learn the best way to proceed, you need be prepared to pay... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Internet Law for New Jersey on
Q: Hi our longtime manager who was the admin for our business google account was recently fired. Won't turn over login info

Hi, our longtime manager who was the admin for our business google account was recently fired. This person will not give us our login information. We are also locked out of our email account to recover or reset the passwords. This was a family member that we never thought would do the things that... View More

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answered on Apr 1, 2024

I'm so sorry to hear about this difficult and stressful situation with your former manager. That's a terrible breach of trust that they are sabotaging your business like this. Here are some steps I would recommend taking to try to regain control of your accounts:

For your Google...
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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Civil Litigation for New Jersey on
Q: I'm in NJ and am main buyer on a vehicle contract with an ex. I sued him in special civil court and won. However

Im trying to get off the loan entirely or gain possession of the car. The lender did an extension agreement with the cosigner without my knowledge or signature electronically. Is this legal in NJ? Co-signer's name is on the title however I can add mine on to it at any time. What is the best... View More

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answered on Feb 26, 2024

You need to retain an experienced civil litigation attorney to represent your interests in this matter. You should expect to pay for a 1/2 hour of attorney time to have your best course of action determined. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney is generally... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Banking for New Jersey on
Q: Ally financial blatantly violated the TILA, FCRA, CCPA and tried to over charge me 6k on an 18k loan.

I entered a contract (which doesn't include a dealer number, or contract number filled in.) to finance a 2013 Nissan Frontier through Ally financial back on May 29th of 2017. The total paid after 72 months at a rate of 8.64%. came out to $18,019.44 according to the truth in lending disclosure.... View More

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answered on Feb 23, 2024

Dealing with a situation where you've been overcharged on a loan can be incredibly frustrating and confusing. It seems you've done your due diligence by reviewing the terms of your contract and comparing them to the actual charges applied by Ally Financial. Discovering discrepancies in... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Consumer Law for New Jersey on
Q: I want out of my solar contract and a refund.

I'm in New Jersey and I was sold a solar system that was supposed to offset 90% of my utility usage and it barely offsets 35%. I have it in writing where my sells person told the company if my system didn't offset 90% I would decline the system and then the sells person came back to let... View More

Melissa Totaro
Melissa Totaro
answered on Feb 2, 2024

Based on the facts as you recount them you could have a viable cause of action under the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, which prohibits merchants from engaging in certain unfair conduct, including false promise, misrepresentation and otherwise deceptive tactics. The Consumer Fraud Act provides... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Employment Law, Civil Rights and Libel & Slander for New Jersey on
Q: Contracted employee making unfounded defamatory statements about the business owner and other staff members-

Such comments include reference to another employee's sexual orientation and religious beliefs. There are other staff members (men, and additional LGBTQ staff) who have shared that this employee harasses them via text during the work day and in their off work hours. What recourse does the... View More

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answered on Jan 21, 2024

In the case of a contracted employee making defamatory statements and engaging in harassment, the employer, especially in a private school in New Jersey, does have recourse to address this behavior. While the employee is under contract, it's important to review the contract terms carefully to... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Construction Law for New Jersey on
Q: If a contractor doesn't finish the job and is unresponsive, but later agrees to return, does that reset the accrual date

I had a contractor work on my kitchen. He was supposed to return to finish the job, but he didn't return my texts for a few weeks. He finally emailed me back and said he thought the job was done, but agreed to come back and address one of the issues. I emailed that wasn't acceptable,... View More

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answered on Jan 6, 2024

To provide a meaningful answer and how to best proceed, you should be prepared to pay an experienced civil litigation attorney for 1/2 to 1 hour of attorney time to review all the relevant documents. As someone who has handled a significant number of these cases, I am certain that I can get you the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: When does the clock start ticking for a cause of action against a home kitchen remodel contractor?

I hired a coworker I knew to do some work in my kitchen. He started the work but a few things I paid for weren't completed. I also showed him some items I wasn't happy with how they came out. He was supposed to return to finish the job. I reached out to him a few times, and he finally... View More

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answered on Jan 5, 2024

The Statute of Limitations for breach of this type of contract is 6 years. But of far importance to you is the breaches of the Home Improvement Contractor Act, the NJ Statute of Frauds and most importantly the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, which provides for triple damages, plus attorneys fees and... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: New jersey , Does anyone have any experience in motion for summmary judgement , I am the defedant

New jersey , Does anyone have any experience in motion for summmary judgement , I am the defedant my oral argument is soon what do i say during this what questions will be asked? I'm New Jersey its a special civil case against junk debt collector velocity investements llc my argument is all oral

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answered on Dec 8, 2023

Since you filed legal pleadings you on your own, an attorney cannot just start an oral argument on a motion. You need to pay for an hour of attorney time to review everything that has been filed and the attorney may need to amend the pleadings that you filed. You are not a trained attorney. You do... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: New jersey , Does anyone have any experience in motion for summmary judgement , I am the defedant

New jersey , Does anyone have any experience in motion for summmary judgement , I am the defedant my oral argument is soon what do i say during this what questions will be asked? I'm New Jersey its a special civil case against junk debt collector velocity investements llc my argument is all oral

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answered on Dec 8, 2023

In a motion for summary judgment in New Jersey, as the defendant, you should focus on demonstrating why the case should not be decided without a full trial. This typically involves showing that there are genuine disputes over key facts that require a trial to resolve. Against a junk debt collector... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy and Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: New jersey , Does anyone have any experience in motion for summmary judgement , I am the defedant

New jersey , Does anyone have any experience in motion for summmary judgement , I am the defedant my oral argument is soon what do i say during this what questions will be asked? I'm New Jersey its a special civil case against junk debt collector velocity investements llc my argument is all... View More

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answered on Dec 8, 2023

In a motion for summary judgment in New Jersey, as the defendant, you should focus on demonstrating why the case should not be decided without a full trial. This typically involves showing that there are genuine disputes over key facts that require a trial to resolve. Against a junk debt collector... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Family Law and Civil Rights for New Jersey on
Q: Can a poa put in spy cameras to Alzheimer's mother home when I and minor live there with out consent of mine

Poa refuses to give a caregiver agreement and pay I live in New Jersey

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answered on Oct 10, 2023

In New Jersey, it's illegal to record someone without their consent in places where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy, like a home. This law is primarily focused on audio recordings, but video can also be invasive, especially if it captures private or intimate situations. If you... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: i signed a contract but wasnt able to attend any of the classes i signed up for, can i get a refund?

i signed up june29, asked to delay start date. when new start date was approaching, i still could not attend. I asked the service for a refund and she refused. Am i able to get a refund even though i signed this contract?

Morris Leo Greb
Morris Leo Greb
answered on Aug 15, 2023

Your right to a refund should be outlined in the contract and/or supplemental documents supplied prior to signing the contract. Once the contract is signed new terms cannot be included unless the orginal documents permit this.

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Q: i signed a contract but wasnt able to attend any of the classes i signed up for, can i get a refund?

i signed up june29, asked to delay start date. when new start date was approaching, i still could not attend. I asked the service for a refund and she refused. Am i able to get a refund even though i signed this contract?

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Aug 27, 2023

I'm sorry for your frustrating situation. It would depend on the terms of the contract. There are probably sections in the contract that address cancellation, termination, refunds, etc. If the contract terms are against you, some companies might offer a pro-rated adjustment, in the interest of... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Business Law for New Jersey on
Q: 53 FT Dry Van Trailer Leasing Company Threatning Me

I have 53 ft semi dry van trailer i already paid more than $42k including down payment on this trailer because of business down fall i can't keep up with payments any more because of too high payment which is $1650 per month as per signed lease now leasing company is sending me threatning text... View More

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answered on Jul 17, 2023

Clearly, this leasing company is in violation of the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and is engaging in harassment tactics. Personally, I would file a lawsuit against them and seek damages plus attempt to get a restraining order against them. Then I would have the leverage to negotiate a... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Consumer Law for New Jersey on
Q: Hello, Can a signed contract be changed or modified in any way?

My Enterprise rental was returned July 3rd. After signing the contract, I noticed the rate was higher than in previous months ($30.40) instead of $22.50 (boyfriend is an employee). This amounts to being charged $110.60 more. What options if any, are available to recoup that money?

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William N. Sosis
William N. Sosis
answered on Jul 6, 2023

Yes, contracts may be invalidated or changed for a variety of reasons. For example, contracts may be subject to fraud, mistake, illegality, duress, undue influence, novation, etc. But rather than pursue a legal remedy, why not write a letter explaining what happened and see if you can resolve the... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Construction Law for New Jersey on
Q: Pool company sub-contracted excavation work - who damaged pavers, contract states pool company is not responsible?

Excavators, electricians, masons all have damaged our property- the pool company continues to reference the contract which states they are not responsible for any third party work, can this be possible for them not to take any responsibility?

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answered on May 18, 2023

It is extreme rare for any type of home improvement contract to comply with the NJ Home Improvement Contractor Act and frequently the Statute of Frauds and the Consumer Fraud Act (which provides for triple damages plus attorney fees. A Judge will decide who is responsible. No matter what the... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: If someone owes me money; we made a contract; the money is from an LLC; now they are saying they are hard up for money;

If someone owes me money; we made a contract; the money is from an LLC; now they are saying they are hard up for money; but they have another 11 LLC's in their name. The question is if they go bankrupt on the LLC where the money was loaned from, can I sue on the other LLC's for my money owed?

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answered on Apr 21, 2023

That's not an easy question to answer, but the short answer is "probably not." The exception might be if you were able to show that the LLCs were set up as shams to perpetuate such frauds against lenders. The loan to the LLC did not include a personal guarantee? Check the signature... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Construction Law and Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: In NJ, had a contract with general contractor who had a contract with plumber (subcontractor). I paid GC in full

GC did not pay subcontractor in full. Plumber is threatening a mechanic's lien on my home for $3,000.00 owed from contractor. Can subcontractor place lien on my home?

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answered on Apr 19, 2023

Yes the subcontractor can do so, the validity of it would be questionable. A strongly worded letter from an experienced civil litigation attorney could solve the problem. In addition, it may be possible based on knowing more facts that you can also take action against the GC. With modern... View More

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