You could try asking landlord, but you'd have to sue in small claims court if landlord won't refund it, and without a written lease, that makes it more difficult to succeed. Check with your local court to find out if they are even handling small claims cases yet.
I live in ohio when i moved i to the apartment i live at 2 years ago my brother put electric in his name my spouse moved in a year ago electric is in my spouses name the bill in my brothers name went to collections and my brother is telling me i have to pay it even though its in his name
Sale stated such. 5 days later previous owner borrowed stated vehicle to go to the store but never brought it back and stated that changed there mind that they would just give the down payment back when they get paid. What do I do to get it back? Or can I? I live in Ohio.
If you still want the car, you will have to sue seller for breach of contract. That process will take several months, and OH court activity is currently suspended because of the virus lockdown. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local litigation attorney to review the situation and advise you....Read more »
You can talk to the lender, but lender likely will not agree to take you off. So the loan would have to be refinanced. If ex won't refinance or pay, then file with the court to have ex held in contempt. Talk to your divorce attorney, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce...Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. These could be difficult cases because of the expert testimony involved. Contact environmental/land use attorneys in the area, and find out if nearby waterfront residents are experiencing similar phenomena. Good luck
In accordance with our Bylaws, we have fired two board members, we have followed all the procedures as explained in your Constitution. However, these 2 members are being stubborn. They manage to take some of the organization’s fund and they are holding it hostage with them. For the past 9 months,... Read more »
You'll have to try to work it out with landlord. If you leave, landlord can sue you for rent and make an adverse entry on your credit report. Court activity is suspended in Ohio, so if you stop paying rent, landlord can also file an eviction, but it won't be resolved until after court...Read more »
She deposited the money in his bank account in the good faith that it was to be used as part of their down payment for a house. He refuses to return it, claiming he deserves the money. She has two children (one of them his) and works in a fast food restaurant. Is there someone she can contact for... Read more »
Depending on the amount she could bring a small claims action against the boyfriend. She essentially gave him an advance on joint funds to be used for a purchase of a property in which they would be co-owners. The purchase didn't go through, but he kept the money. That's either breach of...Read more »
Discovery requests but they sent paperwork to start an ID Theft investigation. I don’t even know that the debt exists & not comfortable giving them any information or attesting to a theft with no knowledge a theft occurred. I have already stated under oath that the debt is not mine since I... Read more »
There is really no downside to filing a theft report and it can only help your case. There is a debt on your name. You say that it's not yours. If it's not yours there are only two options: 1) The Creditor made a mistake or 2) your identity was stolen. In either case, it's in your...Read more »
It is very difficult for an aunt or uncle to obtain custody rights. Your brother is probably correct that he does not need to let you see your niece. An attorney would need a lot more information to give a better answer here but it's unlikely that you would be able to obtain your...Read more »
My ex girlfriend and I separated in June 2019. The truck she drives is in my name (loan and insurance). She has been making the monthly payments on the loan and insurance, but I want to get everything out of my name to protect myself since we are not together. Her previous car was also in my... Read more »
help please now im on hold with the hospital im trying to get receipts and a call log with the notes that were made on my account i don't know what else to do. why would they serve me AFTER i paid them?
ong story short I was an accident when to the hospital. had bills that had to wait... Read more »
You probably have more than 3 days to answer. you have 28 days from date you were served with summons to provide answer to hospital's attorney and then must file answer with Court within 3 days of responding to attorney.
The hospital most likely referred the matter to collection...Read more »
This is regarding a litigation I would like to bring to light in Ohio. Its very specifically plagiarism and the plagiarist has even used my penname. There are many specific parts of this that make it very difficult, one being I was a minor aged 13 when I wrote it and the law says I have no right to... Read more »
It’s technically infringement because copyright protection begins when you put pen to paper. However, you must prove that you created the work in the first place. That might be tough to do in your predicament. Always a good idea to register your works with the copyright office, and always use an...Read more »
My now ex fiancee and I have broken up. I have moved out per her request. I have been given many of my things back, but she has taken every gift her and her family has ever given me. She also has many of the items I brought into the house when I moved in, including items that belong to my children.... Read more »
You can claim attorney fees when you sue her, but the judge is unlikely to make her pay those if you win. Unless there is a specific statute that specifies attorney fees, then each party usually pays their own attorney fees -- unless the judge uses discretion to make one party pay the other's...Read more »
The neighbor might be able to stop you, depending on all the facts. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the situation and advise you of your options. Even if you work it out with the neighbor, you should have an attorney prepare an easement or other written document for...Read more »
My fiancee and I split up due to a stupid choice on my part. She has taken back everything that was given to me as a gift during our relationship. We also have a truck that is in both of our names. I make the payments, but she wants it back.
Unless a gift is conditioned on something, like getting married, then it belongs to the recipient. If the giver takes it back, the recipient can sue. With the truck, since both your names are on the title as owners, both of you have the legal right to drive it, but both of you are required to...Read more »
My family are currently sharing a house with another family since June of 2019. Right after the first of the year for some reason they decided they did not want us living with them anymore. First they said they were moving out then a few days later one of them came in and told us that they told... Read more »
If you signed a valid written lease, and it still is in effect, it cannot be changed without your consent. They are attempting an improper eviction. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the circumstances and advise the landlord and others that you will take legal action....Read more »
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