Negligence on the behalf of the employee they processed paperwork without consent after being told I did not want to proceed with the vehicle, there was a ticket issued as well in another state for the car due to being registered under my name
answered on Mar 14, 2023
If a dealership falsely registered a car in your name you can sue. I do not know if you will be successful or if it's even worth it. Why would a dealership falsely register a car in your? What have you suffered in damages ($) ?
I'm looking to sue someone near the Houston, TX area for an unpaid debt on goods received a little over a year ago. We agreed upon an amount, around $24000. I sent him the goods (sports cards) a little over a year ago. To this day he has only paid me around $1700. He is from the Houston area... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
A Minnesota or Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. You mention that you are seeking an attorney - in addition to your own searches, you could check the "Find a Lawyer" tab above for Collection or Civil Litigation attorneys. Additionally, most... Read more »
I know who did and I have their information they just won’t give it back. Would this situation be taken seriously by the cops or am I just wasting my time reporting it? All I really want is my stuff back I’m not even interested in pressing charges
answered on Jan 9, 2023
As frustrating is it is to have your property taken without your consent, filing a police report and subjecting the person to criminal prosecution is a somewhat of a drastic measure. You might want to ask yourself if it is worth it to do so, or if there are other measures you can take to have your... Read more »
answered on Jul 11, 2022
You could but it would only be enforceable in Court. Hire a MN attorney for an Eviction action.
The ticket was quite awhile ago and I didn’t receive anything in the mail, which the officer did tell me (that I would hear from him within a couple days) and I didn’t... anyway can I just go pay the ticket?
answered on Apr 8, 2021
It depends. You might be able to and you might have to appear. An attorney could help you sort this out.
I sent a part for my car to a shop in another state to be repaired. This part is a critical component that makes my car inoperable in its absence. While my part was in the repair facility, the police ordered the business closed due to their failure to pay a judgement on a civil suit brought by a... Read more »
answered on Jan 5, 2021
Have you contacted law enforcement to see about recovering your property? I would suggest that as a first step.
This started back in July of this year. We went to the photographers address and did the photo shoot. It took her close to a month to send me proofs to select which photos I liked. I would send her several emails asking what the time line of when she would have the photos ready. I would receive a... Read more »
I needed to visit my mom at a hospital away from home where she was staying for ~2 weeks. My friend lives in that town and said I could bring my dog to her apartment. My dog has never caused damage previously to an apartment. He stayed there for two days without any issues. On the third day my... Read more »
answered on Sep 24, 2020
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's unlikely the complex will come after you; they will likely come after your friend. It might be seen as much a personal decision involving a friendship as it is a legal one - taking into consideration... Read more »
The ceiling in the downstairs bathroom had a leak. Neither is, our realtor and our inspector saw this leak. We had the inspection in May and in July we moved in due to the current owners preference. They are refusing any compensation and I cannot prove they knew about the leak. We noticed the... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2020
First, with regard to the inspector, you would need to look at the agreement and see if there is any language that limits the company's exposure. If there is nothing in there and the leak was obvious as to where the inspector should have known about it, you could bring a civil claim against... Read more »
answered on Mar 12, 2020
This is something that a criminal defense attorney could be more knowledgeable about than an attorney handling small claims cases. You could try reposting in the Criminal Law section. Not all questions are ultimately answered, but your post remains open for three weeks and it might stand better... Read more »
I bought my stepmom car for 2000.. and today she showed up with the police claiming that I never paid her anything and she wants the car back. She had the car towed off my property...
I have text messages from her saying the price of the car, me giving her mom, and are agreement... Read more »
answered on Jan 5, 2020
consult a local attorney, you can try this in small claims depending on your jurisdiction
make sure you have all documented and printed for presenting to the court
Lied about making payment. The bank just contacted me and I've tried several times to reach the borrower but he refused to respond to my messages, emails or answer/return any of my calls. I can't afford to make payments as am struggling to care for my child as a single parent. The... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2018
If you co-signed, then you are likely responsible just as equally as your so-called friend. Your options may include refinancing, forbearance, taking out another loan to pay this back, borrowing money to pay it off, etc. You will find many resources, blog posts, AG articles, and the like... Read more »
I got a promo code from amazon for $100 off a monitor on a link they provided. There are 4 monitors shown but one of the monitors shown isn't one that promo actually works on because it isnt sold directly through amazon. Amazons model cost more and after the rebate is applied is only actually... Read more »
answered on Sep 27, 2018
Sounds like a lot of work for a potential $23 claim. Reach out to customer service?
Hi I have a question. So I was involved with this guy I moved in with after he pushed for it. He stole from me, pawned a bunch my stuff. Computers, x box, TVs, and wii and various others. So he went back to Mi for few weeks and was forging my checks. I found out let him back because he says he was... Read more »
answered on Mar 13, 2018
What he did was a crime, not a civil matter. You should report the matter to the local authorities and there is a process called restitution that will require him to pay back the money that he stole.
answered on Jul 24, 2017
Yes, it is called a "statute of limitations" and the amount of time varies based on the claim.
my ex borrowed about 5000 from me. After we broke up he was nice enough to sign a document that he would pay it back. it has been two months and he hasn't paid me at all and wont respond. The document has no witnesses but it has a electronic signature and a written one from each of us. we live... Read more »
answered on Oct 13, 2016
If you are successful in court, you will get a judgment. There are different ways you can try to collect on that judgment.
answered on Jan 5, 2011
If it was ruled improper venue then it would probably dismissed without prejudice and you would probably have to file anew with the correct court. If it is a change of venue the court would probably transfer everyhting to the new court and it would pick up from where it left off. Either way you... Read more »
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