The contract has expired on my secured loan which I secured with my vehicle but I still owe the fees for late payments. Can my vehicle still be reprocessed? I have paid $2200 of the $ 3300 of late fees I owed.
Maryland usury law is rather complicated and has all sorts of different rates of interest depending on the situation. For instance, the maximum legal rate of interest permissible for a Maryland loan might be 6%, 8%, 18% or 33% depending on the facts.
I have had a background check and have searched the Michigan State Police site and done another background check on myself and it didn't show up. I just don't know if there is another way they can see it or find an expunged record.
If you have a court order granting an expungment, they you can honestly say you do not have a misdemeanor. An expunged conviction is "non-public"; it does not disappear. Courts and law enforcement have access to expunged convictions. Further, depending on how detailed an employer or anyone else...Read more »
I have an account with a brokerage firm and they have wrongfully escheated and sent my money to Department of Financial Services (Escheatment) in Florida. On enquiring, I have learnt that they have failed to follow the Due-diligence as per Florida Statues 732 and 717 and have also violated 17 CFR... Read more »
You cannot sue the State of Florida--or the Florida Department of Financial Services--for punitive damages under any theory of law. Sign the settlement agreement and accept the $100 Florida apparently owes you.
Hi,I have received a cease and desist letter from Facebook Instagram. I would like to know if:Can I sell my website and the close my business (Some of my competitors are interested in buying the website, and they are not toutched by cease and desist letter like these in their country)If not, can I... Read more »
The very first thing to do is to cease and desist from doing whatever you apparently did. If the C&D is aimed at your company selling the company will not necessarily save you from being sued. Neither will "closing the business" protect you from possible liability. Finally--depending upon what the...Read more »
If illegal/egregious actions by stepmother/POA/PR were recently learned of by daughter beneficiaries, and estate admin was closed August, 2018, do we have options to sue or recover estate assets (money)? (Date of death 5/2017) One of several issues involves fathers long-time advisor. Investment... Read more »
At this point you should probably see an attorney who specializes in securities fraud to ascertain whether you have an action against the investment firm for changing type of account without proper authority.
Other issue is whether there was fraud on the court as far as the probate...Read more »
The reason for my absence from court was that I care for my mom that has alzheimers and dementia, and the morning of court my mom was in a bad way and i called the court clerk to ask for a continuance. I was told that I should have called a day earlier but I didn't know that my mom was gonna be in... Read more »
I became aware of the lawsuit just today when calling to office to check on my $250,000 investment. I was never informed of this proceeding, and not listed as an interested party on documentation. It is in receivership. What do you suggest I do as next steps? Please advise, thank you.
Your question remains open for three weeks, and at this point, if you haven't already, consult with a Texas attorney. This sounds more like a real property matter than one about securities or civil rights. At any rate, the category is not really important at this point. It appears to be something...Read more »
My son has been reluctant I'm going to daycare the same day care that he's been going to since he's been about 3 months old now is about 22 months old and can't tell me what's wrong but doesn't want to go he fights me. The daycare is been going through multiple workers and I want to know why he's... Read more »
This isn't a referral service; it's just a question and answer board. If you want to find an attorney, you could contact those on this site under the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, conduct your independent searches, or try the State Bar of Arizona. Good luck
There are some critical facts missing from your facts: (1) Why are you asking for advice in mid-September 2019 about events that you say occurred in May 2017? There must be more than you are telling us.
When two married people are both old enough to receive SS benefits, assuming both worked the required amount of time to be eligible, each spouse gets to chose whether they want to claim their own SS benefits or claim spousal SS benefits--usually 50% of whatever the other spouse is receiving. For...Read more »
I suspected they would file because their attorney's sent me bills to collect, but a summons nor complaint never came. I looked it up on WCCA and saw it today. Summons was filed on 6-17-19. I still haven't received it, but the commissioner adjourned for publication on 7-11-19. Attempted service... Read more »
The company I work for is a contractor to Nashville Electric Service and NES wants it on there so they can identify us Incase we leave our company and try to get hired to a different contractor for NES. Not one employee has signed a non compete form supposedly it is an agreement between NES and... Read more »
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