Even if it didn't have a warranty. My daughter purchased a car well a truck for 13,000. They drove it one day. The transmission went out three weeks later. They got it back. They drove it one day and the differential is about to fall out. I'm trying to figure out if there is a law in... View More
Almost all new vehicles in the United States are sold with a warranty. The terms and conditions of the warranty govern your daughter’s rights and the manufacturer’s obligations. Most such warranties require the manufacturer to make necessary repairs within a reasonable time. Many states have...View More
The idea is pretty straightforward: It would be a platform that allows for firms or individual lawyers to post meritorious cases in need of funding, once a case is posted investors will be able to browse through them and pledge money to cases they think will yield them a future ROI. The value I see... View More
Your idea falls within the realm of litigation finance, a growing field that faces various ethical and legal considerations, including the potential for champerty or maintenance. Transparency and thorough due diligence would be essential in structuring your platform to ensure it complies with the...View More
I bought kitchen cabinets in March, which the manufacturer shipped to Lowes' delivery agent around May 1. They were intended to be installed in June, but due to ongoing construction delays we have had to reschedule the delivery date several times, most recently to... View More
The paperwork you signed probably says that you must pick up the cabinets upon notice of delivery or something to that effect. There is no law saying that they cannot charge a storage fee or that they have to disclose it to you beforehand. You should seek out alternative locations to store them if...View More
Do you have a Note and a recorded Deed of Trust? If you do, hire a NC attorney to accelerate the note and foreclose. If not, all you might do is sue for the note balance, then possibly collect against the land. Either way hire a NC attorney as you will get nowhere by yourself.
Medical malpractice means the doctor, or other health care provider, acted below the standard of care, and that breach of the standard of care caused harm. This generally must be determined by an expert in the appropriate health care field to review the information and provide their analysis.
YOU can't do anything about this unless you have a power of attorney from your sister. Your sister needs to demand written proof from the third party finance company who claims they hold the contract, by getting their name, mailing address and loan number and mailing them a letter asking for...View More
He refused to sell or refinance the house at the time of the divorce. Now his plan is to stop paying the mortgage but continue to live in the house for a few months then move to another state. Is there anything I can do in this situation?
In North Carolina, if your ex-husband plans to stop paying the mortgage on your jointly owned house and subsequently move, there are several actions to consider. Begin by reviewing your divorce agreement for any relevant clauses. Consulting a North Carolina attorney skilled in property and family...View More
Well, first off, anyone could sue for anything. The actual question is whether you will be successful. In my opinion, you would not be successful. In order to be successful you have to prove that the party against whom you are making a claim was negligent. First of all, you dropped the sauce on...View More
Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) in North Carolina and the U.S., credit card companies are generally prohibited from engaging in harassing or excessive communication with consumers. While there's no specific limit on the number of times they can call in a day, they must...View More
If your bond has been released to a rehab facility in North Carolina, the specific conditions and terms of your release will depend on the court's orders, the terms of your bond, and any agreements made with the court or legal authorities.
In general, if you're released to a rehab...View More
The size is governed by your local zoning laws. I do not beleive that the NC Alchololic Beverage Commission has any minimum size regulation. You also have to obtain a Federal permit before you can get the North Carolina permit.
You can find information about the permitting process at...View More
We had a bad 24' round above ground salt water pool installed. The contract shows a 1 year warranty for workmanship. The owner refuses to contact us or remedy the defective pool construction. We paid over 10K and the pool is falling a part. The liner fell out within the first season, which was... View More
Unfortunately it sounds like the warranty has expired. You need to find a lawyer experienced with consumer cases and construction cases to review the contract you signed and get the specific facts from you. Unless you have proof of defects appearing in the first year and that you brought these...View More
Regardless of whether charges are dropped, the victim can sue the assailant for battery. Even if the assailant is found not guilty in a criminal trial, the victim can still sue. Remember a civil judgment was entered against OJ even after he was acquitted of murder.
I mentioned this ticket to my lawyer later on I came to find out he marked yes to question 24 and 25 on part 12 of the application. Which imply being charged and convicted for a criminal offense. I was only given a speeding ticket and a fine. Should I say no to these questions in the interview and... View More
If your attorney is not going to the hearing or interview, then you may need another attorney to attend. You’ll need proof that you did not have a traffic offense where there was a fine for more than $500. Let the adjudicator decide whether the answer is yes or no. You were ‘cited’ for a...View More
if you take early Social Security benefits before reaching full retirement age (which varies depending on your birth year), there is an earnings limit that can affect your benefits. In 2021, for example, if you are under full retirement age for the entire year, you could earn up to $18,960 per year...View More
In North Carolina, homeowners association (HOA) members typically have the right to access certain documents related to the actions and decisions of the HOA and its committees. The North Carolina Planned Community Act and Condominium Act generally require HOAs to provide access to various records...View More
It took three months after I moved out to get the original check (supposedly due to change of management). After that check bounced, they claimed they were sending a replacement. It has now been another two months without my deposit.
I was demoted to the lowest position in the company due to "company needs". I have never been written up for anything and have done my job successfully for over 19 months. I moved up from sales to assistant manager and then to human resource manager. I'm being demoted from the HR... View More
In many at-will employment states, including Arizona, employers generally have the right to make changes to an employee's job position, including demotions, as long as the changes are not based on illegal discrimination or retaliation. However, reducing an employee's compensation without...View More
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