We both are liable but he refuses to pay and that don't think it fair to pay for the whole thing myself. but now the loan has been reported to the credit bureau because no payment has been made. So would be able to sue him for have of the 8400 that is due now?
It's possible, but title to timeshares are typically takes with both owners being joint and severally liable. Meaning that you are responsible to pay if he does not. I suppose that you could sue on equitable claims, but it may be difficult.
In these situations, clients have often hired me...Read more »
My company is based in LI, company that owes me in Pine Island the two unpaid jobs were in Manhattan. In what jurisdiction do I file the small claim? Is it my area, the company I am suing their area or the place where the two jobs were completed in NYC? I want to get this process started ASAP this... Read more »
MSI is a Taiwanese company with its US headquarters in California. They sell their computers through Best Buy and other retailers present in New York State. I would like to sue MSI because firmware I downloaded from their website crippled my computer and I believe they are responsible for providing... Read more »
You can try to sue anyone in any court; but not necessarily with success. In this case, the small claims court lacks personal jurisdiction over the alien company, located in California. Also, what are the damages? If more than $3000 in villages and towns or $5000 in cities, the small claims court...Read more »
We basically often have to ask for permission from people intoxicated and stoned to enter or leave our porch. Many do not live in building. Partying with neighbors. They have other exits. They are unfriendly. One of them down there has already threatened to go ballistic on us. Police say these... Read more »
This would violate your lease, but if police will not do anything, your recourse is to leave by breaking your lease. Be sure to document with photos these issues so you can show a court later if needed.
It depends if the YMCA successfully prevailed on something called either a "Non-Payment Summary Proceeding" , or a "holdover Summary Proceeding" (the former if you didn't pay rent or the latter if you held over your lease and they gave you 30 days notice to vacate) AND THEY OBTAINED A WARRENT OF...Read more »
My most recent paycheck from my job bounced and they haven't paid me the money yet. The check was given to me and deposited on May 11, then bounced a few days later. My bank account is currently negative and has been that way for about a week. When I contacted my (former) employer they told me they... Read more »
I canceled my bank account with Citibank three years ago and Citi said they do not a have a record of any phone conversation documenting that I have attempted to close the account. They have been charging me $25 per month for the the past three years for insufficient funds totaling to approx $600.... Read more »
You have not been damaged, so you have no case. You do not even get the $600 you claim should be written off. Just write a certified letter to the General Counsel for the bank saying what you said here.
I am located in NYC. No comp plan presented until 6 months into my job. My first commission check was 4 months late. Q1 comp plan was presented end of January that I did not mutually sign or agree to. I was also paid a couple hundred dollars less on a deal than what was proposed. The company also... Read more »
My daughter had been attending daycare for over a year. I had to take her out because it level of care was substandard. The provider told me that if I were to return for the summer session I could use the $1,300 security deposit that I would otherwise lose towards the summer tuition (I have this in... Read more »
My wife put an antique table on sale on line (I believe on Facebook). We got quite a few bites and one woman in particular was willing to pay full price however she needed it delivered to her house. She never came by to see it so my wife sent her a series of photographs as well as dimensions. She... Read more »
I bought several computers from a person in NJ. He assured me over the phone and over text that 3 of the 4 computers were fully functional. After receiving them...none of the computers worked and they looked like they had come out of the garbage. I paid him $850. I live in NYC.
I need to cancel my wedding reception and the venue is not going to give me my deposit back. it is a $2000 deposit that was given to hold our date. We need to cancel for financial reasons, but the owner also has not gotten ahold of us to plan after we reached out to him on 2 separate occasions. We... Read more »
I currently live with my husband and his half-sister in a house that has no mortgage, the house has been paid in full. We were under the impression as per his mom that the house was both under her and his great grandmother's name whom passed away in 2002. When the grandmother died, my mother-in-law... Read more »
Wanna know if i use a mini recorder to record the person i plan on suing in small claims court admitting they borrowed money can I use this as evidence in the case. If i do record what is the criteria under which this recording can be made and legally used to help me with my case?
Sister borrowed $4k for help moving and i loaned her on promise she would pay when on her feet. Ive asked several times over years only getting excuses everytime. This year an irreperable rift has come between us and the repair of the relationship is highly unlikely. It is about the money as its... Read more »
I work as a job coach with adults with mild intellectual disabilities. I've been threatened and hit by a client who is diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. I'm not qualified or trained to deal with him. I want to know if its legal that they make me work with him.
This appears to be a question for the employment law section. It definitely creates a danger for you and the client. The result of any attack on you or exacerbation of the client's condition could be negligent conduct on behalf of your employer. Speak with an employment lawyer who specializes in...Read more »
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