I am in New York resident with New York bank accounts. My bank will not release my funds and recognize my protection under EIPA $1740 exemption for basic living needs. Each account contained under $1,740. because it’s a California judgement. Are they acting lawfully? What are my options? Thanks
It depends where the levy was done. If it is a New York restraining notice, then EIPA applies. If it is a bank in CA, and the levy was done there under CA law, even though you live in NY and use an NY branch, CA law applies.
Mother received a large check from retirement account and she passed away before cashing it. Her boyfriend deposited the check into their joint account several days after her passing and then closed the account once the check cleared. He now has the money and is refusing to give it to the children.... Read more »
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i have been trying for over a month to get back money that is owed to me by western union. every time i call im told the check "should" arrive next week, and every time i ask to speak to a supervisor im put on hold for at least 20 minutes, or until i hang up. once im put on hold the call is never... Read more »
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I recieved a business card from a repo company PI. Not only did i recieve it at my house but it got addressed to me and sent to my boyfriends house as well. I never put his address on any documents what so ever. The only place i have his address is my phone and my car GPS. I never put his address... Read more »
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I can't tell you that you can patent your invention. You can patent an invention that is patentable subject matter. It must be new, non-obvious and you must be the first to apply for a patent on the invention. You don't need a prototype so long as the invention is fully developed/designed.
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I withdrew money from my 401k due to financial hardship, the institution in error sent to a closed/overdrawn account (I have proof this is their error). Can the bank legally take my money even though it was for hardship and they were previously notified of bankruptcy?
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