My homeowners insurance refused to pay off my house after my husband passed away because they said it was in a grace period. It didn't get paid for that month but when he passed it was still in a grace period. Called around 7 or 8 times and they kept refusing to honor it.
This doesn't sound like a homeowners insurance but maybe life insurance. Ultimately it's a contract issue. If the default was not cured there may not be relief. However if he passed during the grace period, generally the policy should be honored.
For work completed she claims it’s not right however we have tried to make things right and make her happy she won’t let us on property she says we needed a license and permits which is false what grounds do we have to get paid for work completed
Depending on how much you are owed, you could pursue the matter in small claims court. The maximum allowed is $10,000. Also, contractors that have provided materials and labor to property may have lien rights against the real property.
When I was admitted for treatment at the ER, I indicated that I had no insurance and wanted the minimum of care necessary to resolve the immediate issue. Instead it appears that they ordered a battery of very expensive tests that have no medical necessity. At the conclusion of my last conversation... Read more »
No, you probably don't want to wait for collections because you could be one step closer to a default judgment if anything slips up. Additionally, based on how aggressive any collection efforts would be, attorney fees could be thrown into the mix. A North Carolina attorney could advise you best in...Read more »
Many people who sell or trade vehicles (or other objects) experience this. As a general rule, the law does not impose a requirement that money paid for something be fair market value or a good deal when it comes to the sale of goods or property. It could be whatever the parties bargain for, with...Read more »
Ask for the 13,000. I assume you filed a police report and can document the value? Note that the value you'd get in court would be the value as they were. Tell them you expect the 13. Chances are they are trying to avoid an insurance claim.
Every contract has to have consideration to support it. Therefore, if there is no consideration, there is no contract. A couple of things to note. First, consideration is anything of legal value and not just money. Second, even if the contract is legally unenforceable, the employer may file a...Read more »
I have provided all info needed, surgical notes, etc. and they still refuse to pay. I have filed my appeal and am close to going public with this ordeal. This is for a cancer policy. In addition, I have recorded conversations with this company where false information and excuses have been given... Read more »
A North Carolina attorney could advise best on this, but your question remains open for two weeks. Dealing with the matter privately or publicly is up to you. Check the wording in the application for the appeal, particularly in terms of whether the determination of the appeal panel is binding....Read more »
Electronic signatures are the same as original inked signatures under North Carolina law. So, without considering intoxication here, the contract would be valid if the only question is electronic signature compared to ink siganature.
Now, whether the contract is invalid or voidable because...Read more »
Generally speaking, it would be unusual for something like that to result in arrest. Breach of contract is for the most part a civil wrong. That means the remedies of the damaged party are usually limited to monetary compensation, specific performance, or other civil law-type measures. That is as a...Read more »
It has been well over one month. They have not contacted me and I cannot reach them on the number they provided. They had originally planned to bring me a cashier's check and pick up the trailer and title that day but instead paid by personal check. They were supposed to come back on the weekend,... Read more »
One month is NOT enough time. FYI: Most Americans have "put things on layaway" for more than a month. Whatever your obligations may be they do not include selling the camper again--at least not until you have truly exhausted all possible ways to locate the honest buyer. Go get a copy of his...Read more »
He wants to include the rent as part of the price we discussed. I say no, we've had this rental agreement for yrs & that agreement has nothing to do with the price of the land . If he buys he still owes me rent for land he has farmed and sold his crop for this yr. What say you?
Unfortunately, unless you are renting on a month-to-month basis, there is nothing you can do that will not cause more pain. You may be able to get the landlord to stop charging for unwanted services; unless you agreed to do so when you signed the lease.
During an owner financed real estate transaction, I signed a promisorry note. In a section titled PAYMENT it states I will pay the note back before 1/01/2029 via monthly installments, however under another section, BORROWERS FAILURE TO REPAY, it states "If I do not repay the loan amount in full... Read more »
I asked the builders agent twice and I was told it simply did not work out for them. I believe there was an affirmative duty to tell me if anything involved a defect with the house, so I assumed it was a problem with loan qualifying. I had studied the radon maps for this county in NC and did not... Read more »
I am a corporation and got half the money up front for special order materials. I got the material started the job, delays/issues happened worh other jobs, weather, help not showing etc long story short verbally had agreed with H/O that job would be complete by xyz date and it wasn't so they fired... Read more »
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