The vehicle owner signed a contract with the loan company, so the owner still has to pay off the loan. If the loan is not paid, the loan company can bring a civil lawsuit to get a judgment for money owed. Criminal charges are a possibility but without more facts, this is difficult to assess. If the...Read more »
There is no such law requiring a minimum 50% deposit. You will find the following information about hiring a contractor: https://www.nclicensing.org/consumerAwareness.asp (copy and paste the link into your browser).
My wife and I had our federal Tax return deposited into her paypal account. Since then they have put limitations on the account, while trying to life those limitations we discovered that in order to do direct the deposit The first name on the deposit is supposed to match that of the account holder... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, elements of North Carolina law aside, they could sue. Whether they prevailed would be up to a court, but they could argue that they want association only with a given delivery service,...Read more »
This is just a nightmare am going to lose my job because of this I don’t understand if they couldn’t do the verbal agreement why so I could have try to figure something out rather then lose my job am a signal mom I really need my job I only complained because I was waiting with no response just... Read more »
You might possibly be able to get them to give you the car back if you make all past due payments plus pay late charges - but they can legally refuse to agree to do that, and they can demand you pay off the loan in full - just because of missing one payment. You loan agreement most likely says any...Read more »
My complaint was about two safety recalls and having a dead registration and tags been waiting since April also they lied about the vehicle ever being in a accident before I purchase it I’ve been getting ignored but if I call from a different from they pick up but say I’ll call back but don’t... Read more »
This is something that you need specific advice about including a review of all of the paperwork you signed. Verbal agreements are generally not enforceable, but you may have claims against the dealer. Contact an experienced auto fraud attorney for advice. Do not delay, you will not be able to get...Read more »
After bankruptcy we applied to modify our 1st and 2nd mortgage with Bank of America (originally with Countrywide). We completed packages over and over again. Finally Fannie Mae took our first mortgage away from Bank of America, placed it with Seterus and modified. They also informed us that... Read more »
This is impossible to answer on an online forum because a review of documents is necessary. Go see an attorney ASAP. Your best bet is to consult a consumer bankruptcy attorney because an experienced one will know about second mortgages that have questionable enforceability. In addition, loans held...Read more »
I visited a new subdivision & fell in love with a floor plan. The sales rep. was unengaged during my visit & any feedback I got concerning the community I had to ask for it. I went back a week later to view the home again and the same rep, told me I could not view it because it had sold. I... Read more »
It sounds like you have grounds for a complaint against the sales agency under the Federal and North Carolina's Fair Housing Act. You can do one of two things. File a complaint against the sales agency, or sue. I do not recommend suing on this kind of case without an attorney. A good place to...Read more »
The person working the desk also the owner said he wasn't offering the posted weekly rates that are taped in the office window due to covid-19 which should have been $225. Instead he said I would have to pay the nightly rate and charged me $45 per night for 7 nights which totaled $315. He is... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It might not necessarily be false advertising - it's possible it could be an oversight resulting from changes in day-to-day operations that the pandemic has forced upon small business owners. There could be...Read more »
This does not sound like a legal matter that you need to involve an attorney for. Considering the amount of ordinary household utility bills, attorney fees might not be justified. You could see if their customer service department could help explain your bill. If you aren't satisfied, you...Read more »
We built our house approximately 6 years ago and we have had several issues with the AC system since we moved in. The builder of our house used a subcontractor for our AC system. We have repeatedly reported issues about our system over the years and they kept sending out the subcontractor to fix... Read more »
There is no way for us to give you a reliable answer to such a general question. You need to take the contract for purchase to an attorney and speak to the attorney in detail about what was said about the car and so forth, and what was wrong with the car.
There is no "lemon law" for a used vehcile in North Carolina. You need to personally speak to an attorney about what was represented about the car in order to determine if you have a case. This is way too fact intensive to be asked on an online forum such as Justia. In gereral, your...Read more »
It would help to have a clear disclaimer in some form as to the limited role your marketing company plays in connecting contractors with prospects. Not sure what information you are using to market but best to disclaim those representations as well in some manner.
You generally have until midnight of the third business day after you sign a contract that resulted from an in home solicitation to cancel the transaction. You need to get a copy of what you signed and dispute the bill you received. If you waited until the 4th business day, it may have been too...Read more »
I assume the bike has an NC title. If it has been more than 60 days since you purchased the vehicle, they have not delivered the title on time. They were required to disclose to you in writing they did not have the title in their possession when you bought it. If they don't give it to you...Read more »
There was a recall on the clutch and we fixed that issue before the recall and are trying to get reimbursed. The same issue has happened though on top of other issues. The car is used to and from work and normal use. It is only about 18 months old and we have sunk about $6,000 repairs on a brand... Read more »
I talked to a brewery about buying their WHO 80% Alcohol Formula in bulk and selling it to businesses within the triangle area in NC. I want to see what legal issues there may be and how to avoid getting into trouble.
A North Carolina attorney could advise you best, as state law issues could be applicable, but your post remains open for a week. One issue that you could consider is posing this question to a trademark attorney, as that category is not included in the selections made. You are selling someone...Read more »
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