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It could depend on the context. If the organization alleged that such use adversely impacted its reputation or other interests, it could object to the use or bring legal action. There's no way to predict what an organization would do. One option is to consult with an attorney familiar with the...Read more »
I am three months over due in my loans. My mom and I are members of the same credit union. She is not however, a cosigner on any of those loans. They took $500 out of her account to pay it. Upon calling about it, they stated I gave them permission. I most certainly did not, not even close! My mom... Read more »
Who are you to this deal? It may not be prejudicial. Depends on where the money went and where it was supposed to go. If to you, you can sue. The broker cannot be liable for not knowing of death, but can be liable if it should have known authorization was improper.
In 2012 i attended UCCC and when i bought my books from the bookstore on campus the attendant rented one of the books instead of putting it through for purchase, i was never informed of this and now they are withholding my transcripts until i pay for the book. I agreed to do this but the 12.12 i... Read more »
You need to dispute the debt and contact a debt collections attorney in your area for a consultation asap. If they are wrongly trying to collect on this debt and unjustly holding your transcripts you may have incurred damages entitling you to a recovery. Each State has it's own Debt...Read more »
The check writer does not usually have a say in what happens after a check is written and signed. For example, the person to whom it was made could have simply indorsed the back and made it bearer paper, where anyone could have further indorsed it to whomever. The check writer's intention...Read more »
The restraining notice could be sent you your bank. Until you deal with the judgment, you should empty your accounts. You will not be notified in advance. That defeats the purpose. Depending on the court and the way the judgment was entered, it may already be a lien on the land by operation of...Read more »
Said they served my daughter 1/11/06, Forecosed on 6/2006. Knew nothing until 3//2015. 3/2015 Friend told me my home was being sold. 1/2005 home next door was 100% destoyed by water damage. The bank knew for a fact where I was living.
My daughter stated in court papers she was never... Read more »
If you are the landlord and employ the super, you may consider terminating the super's employment. If you are already a tenant, you can refuse to pay an unauthorized charge or bring the issue to the landlord's attention.
My husband knew something wasn't right with the install, we had them come over several times as our humidity was was out of control. Every time a tech came over, they insisted that all we needed was to spend thousands more to get a whole home dehumidifier. One time they were at my home... Read more »
If the state court case meets all the requirements for being brought in a federal district court, the defendant(s) can remove it to the proper federal district court having jurisdiction. You as plaintiff can object to removal--which may be granted--because the federal court does not have to take...Read more »
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