It would depend on the terms of the prepaid plan. You could review the plan agreement and check the paragraphs about termination, cancellation, refunds, etc. Look for any additional obligations involving testing labs. If the terms of the plan agreement seem to be against you, or they do not address...Read more »
Arbitration clauses are matters of contract. In your case it's a "Home Warranty Contract". If the conduct of the party wanting to enforce the arbitration clause against you amounts to a material breach, then the court won't enforce the arbitration clause. A good remedy for a...Read more »
Depending on the amount and your overall financial situation, you may be able to fight it or it may be cost-effective to just file Bankruptcy. But there is an insufficient factual basis to provide meaningful advice.
Please do not pay this claim without any proof it is a verifiable obligation of the Estate of your deceased husband. If you did not sign anything, the claim, if verifiable, would be against the Estate of your deceased husband. It sould not be your obligation.
Yes you certainly can take legal action both civilly and through the criminal justice system. How to determine who stole the EZ Pass may require retains a private investigator. Once that is determined and you have proof, then an experienced civil litigation attorney can review all your...Read more »
Original debt is $2500. Has received more than $3800 in payments via state tax returns and has not released lien on School Transcript and still claims I owe despite paying over $3800. Has not given any paperwork related to my file despite repeated request. Was condescending when requested and even... Read more »
Your situation would have to be determined in an in person consultation and review of all relevant documents. Depending on what is learned from that, you MAY have a cause of action under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Sometimes a simple but strong letter from an experienced civil...Read more »
When judgement is entered in small claims court decision (NJ, less than $3k) - is post-judgement interest automatically applicable if it is not explicitly ordered by judge? I found article that says usually it is automatic per federal standards, but I don't want simply to assume this. Any... Read more »
My concert was initially postponed, then canceled several months later. During a dispute with my credit card company (goods/services not received), the third-party ticket company sent me documents/evidence that assured me that I would get a full refund if the concert got canceled. (By the way, this... Read more »
You may file a complaint against the company if it was doing business in your state. Each state has different jurisdictional limits as to which court you file a complaint. Call your county court and speak to he administator's office to determine in which to file the complaint and the fees...Read more »
I paid in full for a service and got an appointment date and time. On the day of the appointment I sent a text to the owner letting them know I would be on my way to which they answered all appointments were cancelled that day. I asked for a refund and was told no refunds. I have asked kindly... Read more »
The answer is "YES". The recourse which requires retaining an experienced civil litigation attorney and it is very powerful. The New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, provides for triple damages plus attorney fees and costs. There is no basis for a refusal to make a refund when a service is not...Read more »
Co and paid deposit NOT mentioning a non refundable deposit. 7 months and Glass guy did not install and contractor said I can cancel and asked me for the deposit. Glass guy is his sub. Glass guy said he would refund contractor, I have no contract with glass guy. Since refund didn’t happen, now... Read more »
Although you listed this as a "Small Claims case", it may (or may not be much more than that). In NJ almost no home improvement contractor's contract ever complies with the contract requirements of the New Jersey Home Improvement Contractor Act, which will almost certainly violate...Read more »
The kid didn't have their door closed & it buckled my rear passenger door and did damage to the handle. She then pulled forward so the kid could close the door- and was continuing to back out. I then came out of the store and saw the damage. The driver replied to me" there is nothing... Read more »
Trying to file a lawsuit as an individual against a company like Google is not going to be cost effective. You don't even know if your legal fees will be covered or not. Most litigants in a class action settlement get next to nothing. I personally, would take the $12.00 and move on.
When I was under my car, one of scissors jack suddenly broke down and my car came down on my arm. I got injured I can barely move my arm. Do you think I can sue this scissors jack company? If so, do I need a police report and receipt when I purchased?
After 8 months, diagnose crack in engine wall. 2013 audi 135k miles. They kept telling me they are having trouble diagnosing the problem After 8 months say cant be fixed. They had my car three different times for a month each time, trying to diagnose it
I'm having trouble finding who to address my letter to and eventually serve. I'm not 100% sure that I have the correct information. I have two status reports with one of the entities having their status revoked. The business is a Massage Envy franchise located in Clifton. When I looked... Read more »
The best way to find out the legal name of a business entity, along with the name of the registered agent, president, or CEO (etc) is to use the NJ Division of Revenue and Enterprise website and order the business entity standing certificates, long-form with officers. I believe it will cost you...Read more »
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