I do understand the gravity of cosigning. She makes more than enough to pay the rent. They require proof of 3x rent in monthly income which she cannot meet. I have no worries about her paying and we both have excellent credit. Thank you
so what is your question? you as co-signed will be liable for rent and any damage to the ex-wife's apartment. it has no bearing on you being able to get your own apartment. every company has their own criteria for what the tenant must show in order to rent the apartment
Trying to find flexibility with this policy: "One member of the Oversight Committee must be present to supervise the tabulation." I am trying to see if "presence" can be interpreted as meaning digital presence / video conferencing. This is for a Rutgers University policy
It could possibly be interpreted as you describe, but if a job hinges on the interpretation, it might not be good to push the issue. Unfortunately, there is no universal legal definition for all contexts for the word "presence." Forty years ago, it would have been fairly clear and...Read more »
search warrant for my house was out, there is 2 address on my paper one says road(correct) Every other time the address is avenue. Is there anything I can do about it even though the the search happened? I'm not in a good spot so I'm looking for help
Generally this is a no point ticket but you should always check with NJ MVC the phone number is available online. Lastly the judge can always fine you from $50 to $200.00 on these tickets when you go to court.
I purchased a foreclosed house that was advertised as connected to a public sewer. After I closed on the house, I found a septic tank on the property that was broken and failed 2 inspections. The closing attorney I used informed me after I found the tank that he had in fact had the title report... Read more »
This is in NJ-- there were surplus funds after house sold at sheriff sale when 1st lien holder foreclosed. 2nd lien holder was named as defendant but did not include themselves in the foreclosure proceedings. Received notice from NJ stating we may have a right to the surplus and we needed to file a... Read more »
The only way to rally provide you with meaningful advice is for you to have an in person consultation and a document review of all the relevant items. Only that way can you know for certain. Good luck.
I had bought a new car in 2014 and unfort I could not keep up with payments so I need to volunteer to my repo my car. My car insurance ended in March of 2015 as per old ins co and lapsed till July when I turned in the plates (never drove car was out of work and did not receive notices) (possibly... Read more »
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