Timur Akpinar's answer You could consult with a collections attorney in your state as to your remedies. If you repost your question in the Collections section of this website, an attorney who works in that area would have a better chance of picking it up.
Matthew Williams' answer It is illegal for the casino to rig games in a way specific to some individual or jackpot, yes. But, the games are rigged the regular old legal way so any long time player is bound to be a loser. Look at the machines. They actually say on them things like "This slot pays out 97% of all wagers," which means it returns 97% of your money over time slowly eating you away until you have nothing.
Joseph Jaap's answer If you cannot work it out with the landlord, and if rent has not been paid, then the landlord probably can get the eviction. Contact your local senior services agencies, and local housing assistance agencies for help finding a place. And definitely get a new bank.
Joseph Jaap's answer It depends on the wording of the easement that was signed by grantor and recorded in the county records. But typically, the easement is non-exclusive, and the grantor can continue to use the easement area along with the grantee. So if grantee installs a driveway in the easement area, grantor can use it, unless the easement says otherwise. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the easement and advise you.
Joseph Jaap's answer The neighbors should band together and hire an engineer to inspect and determine a cause for the problem, then the neighbors can retain an attorney to review the situation, talk with the city, and try to find a resolution.
Joseph Jaap's answer If the home has been conveyed to you from the estate, and you are now the owner, then you can evict your sister. If there is no lease, then she is a month to month tenant, which can be terminated by either landlord or tenant at the end of any month by giving 30 days written notice. Notice given now would terminate the lease on April 30. So give her written notice, and if she is not vacated on May 1, then you can give her a 3 day notice to leave, and if not out, then you can file an eviction...
Peter N. Munsing's answer Look at the label. Does it say fibreglass? Are you sure it's what it is? Did you save samples from the dryer?
Bottom line is that it shouldn't be fiibreglass--and the label is inaccurate if it says otherwise so you have a consumer grievance .
Second, to determine if it is the matress, if you haven't already why not get a zippable total coverage anti-dust mite matress case and box spring case. Then after a couple of weeks if the insides have what you think is fibreglass you have...
Joseph Jaap's answer He is trying to bully you. Ignore him. If his name is not on the title, he has no rights to it. If he takes it, call the police and report it stolen by him. If he signed the loan, his obligation is to pay the loan, but that does not give him any rights in the car if his name is not on the title. If he makes threats, report it to the police.
Joseph Jaap's answer Ex what? Ex boyfriend? If the car is not subject to a division of property in a divorce, and if only your name is on the vehicle title, and his name is not, then he has no rights to your car at all. Tell him if he has it towed, you will sue him for the towing, and report it to the police as car theft, and he could be arrested. As co-signer, he ahs not claim to the car. His legal obligation is to pay the lender if you fail to pay, and the lender can sue him. The lender also could take back...
Bruce Martin Broyles' answer Your pension and docial security cannot be garnishdd. However, if the judgment creditor attaches your bank account you will have to prove that the funds came from an exempt source.
Alternatively, if it is a credit card not issued by a National Bank, they cannot charge interedt anove the statutory maximum, and they cannot compound the interest.
You could defend yourself and assert that you did not sign any agreement agreeing to these interest charges
Matthew Williams' answer More facts are necessary to answer this question. Who is doing the making? How are you being "made" to pay the bill? Did you agree to pay the bill? Are you the legal guardian of the relative? Did you do something which caused the bill to be abnormally high, which you had no right to do?
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