I rehomed my 11 month old kitten shadow on craigslist . I am asking the person i sold it to for her to return her . I told her i would give her , her money back plus $60 extra dollars. She said she would return her for the money but now she is refusing to give her back. I havent given her the... Read more »
It could depend on whether the two of you entered into a valid contract. If you satisfied the elements of a contract, in terms of an offer, acceptance and consideration, and there is proof of that, that could memorialize a done deal. But it looks like you have subsequent communications that might...Read more »
It was a civil case in supreme court and one of the lies was, that they did not receive any services from my firm, but now 10 years later they are using / selling my idea of two product I initially conceived when developing larger project for them which proved to be difficult as they kept revising... Read more »
Your question is a bit vague - if you're asking whether the causes of action in the original state case can be revisited, the answer is "maybe." It would depend among other things on whether the evidence of the "lies" is new or known at the time of the original case, or...Read more »
If you were served with a summons and complaint, you will need to submit responding papers within a specified time depending upon how you were served. Suggest retaining an attorney to do so on your behalf and to attempt to negotiate a resolution on your behalf.
i had signed the contract before covid 19. i got loan commitment. Now sellers are keeping making excuse not to close as unable to find apartment. Can i sue them for specific performance? court are not working properly. Does it take a long time before you see a judge. How does it work?
Do you have a lawyer? Prior to suing you need to send a "time is of the essence letter" to the seller. Then you can file a complaint. You see a judge quickly as you file an order to show cause and the courts are hearing motions online.
My 10 year old son waa riding his bike on the sidewalk and accidentally bumped into a woman. The woman fell and scraped her elbow. My son got scared and left his bike and ran home. A few minutes later, I arrived at the scene and the woman's husband immediately began threatening to sue me. The... Read more »
I have an 8 year old daughter. Her mother and her partner are reckless about COVID-19 infection, attending protests, traveling on airlines, not wearing masks, not using sanitizer etc. By contrast, I have protected my daughter with every measure possible... Read more »
Due to the PAUSE order of Gov. Cuomo, all deadlines for service were tolled, meaning based upon your post, service is valid "nail and mail" service. Do not ignore the paper. File an answer, and then negotiate with the attorney.
There isn't really a formal procedure. A California attorney could advise about the systems used there. In New York, you could access decisions on the website of the Unified Court System. Additionally, there are databases such as PACER where you can find cases. About your other questions, yes,...Read more »
In October of 2019 I took my vehicle to an express lube to have my oil changed and the the person who put the oil into my vehicle overfilled my engine with 4 quarts more than it should have held. The extra oil caused my engine to shut down and the engine had to be replaced. The owner of the express... Read more »
A Ch. 13 conversion into a Ch. 7--Bank wants back $2800, and really gouged me on monthly payments, increasing from the prior agreed on rate of only $115 a month payments (the Ch. 13 Trustee won that). No more need for this 11 year old vehicle which is now worth market value of only $1700 at most.... Read more »
If you are not in bankruptcy and they repossess your car they can sue you or garnish you. You can give up the car in a chapter 7 bankruptcy and not be liable for it? If you are no longer in bankruptcy and you give up the car they can not...Read more »
In 2016 I lived with roommates and moved out the following year. I did not renew my lease and one roommate ended up staying. I returned my keys to the landlord and even wrote a nortarized letter stating i will not be returning, as per their request. Fast forward to 2020 i learn that they had filed... Read more »
If there is an existing judgment, and you never knew about the case, and you have a return of keys defense, you can move to vacate the judgment. I charge $800 for this motion if it is in Civil Court in NYC.
So I was given two checks for a side job I deposit it to my account and they decline next day I was called that the check’s were fraud but they bank never gave me the money. I gave them the emails and address of where I gotten them and they froze my account. When I login into my account I had... Read more »
If you never got the money and the checks were declined, the bank must suspect you for fraud. There is something not right but if the whole matter is over $110 there is little a lawyer can do. When the courts reopen, make a small claims suit.
This sounds like a question that may be better suited for a consult with an attorney (rather than a quick, short answer here) in terms of exactly what is meant by investing in someone, whether it involves providing business loans, grants, credit, or other forms of backing one could consider...Read more »
my father got a notice 2011 he won a default judgement against hud 'it was on line at one time lawyer told him to come to court . day of the courtdate he was told dont come the jude cancel the case 2017 i got documents from the court i found judgement was change from hud to jamaica housing... Read more »
After my ex husband failing to get me deported. He went ahead and made false allegations about me and my minor son to the police. We are always being harassed like criminals. We are labeled thieves in the stores despite the fact that I have no criminal history. My ex is NYPD retired detective so he... Read more »
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