Probably not a problem. Journal entry is not required and the Seal can be affixed later, but needs to be there prior to the instrument being used or relied upon. Notaries should sign their full names, but often do not.
$638 for Seattle alone and then another $360 for the California trip. Unfortunately I was hospitalized Western State and was there for 3 days. Upon my release which was also 1 week out to go to Seattle, I was unable to go do to a new medication and I told my cousin immediately but she didn’t... Read more »
I can't tell why you would be sued for the facts provided? Did you promise to pay for the trips? She may not have a good case, but unfortunately, if you are sued you should appear at the court date. Otherwise, you risk having a default judgment entered against you.
She fluttered part of the house damaged walls ceiling and doors. Good luck at state so I couldn’t feel her I think the collection agency after her and she refuses to pay. What are my options to get the money she owes over six grand? Can I sue her and Tennessee myself or should I let the credit... Read more »
You might file a Sessions suit for the Lease Breach by not paying, if you know how to serve her. If you get a Tennessee Judgment for the Rent owing, you can file it as a Judgment Lien in whatever County in Maine she lives in. I do not know how many years the Lien will be good for, but this may...Read more »
She floored part of the house damaged walls ceiling and doors. Then left the state so I couldn’t sue her. I hire a collection agency to finder her. She is refuses to pay. What are my options to get the money she owes over six grand? Can I sue her in Tennessee myself what are the rule there or... Read more »
What does the lease say about damages or venue? Your question is also confusing - did she lease property in Tennessee and move to Maine, or the other way? Typically, you sue the person where they leased the property but you will need to serve her with the lawsuit where she lives now. Here in...Read more »
TN Unclaimed states that over $10,00.00 they must reopen Probate Court & contact all family. $10,067.00 from unknown Life Insurance. Father's will left property, real estate, money to me (Son) & (1 Grandson). Second Son (my brother) was basically omitted from the will. Second Son sued in an attempt... Read more »
I would recommend hiring a competent attorney to file a Small Estate Affidavit. The Trust may have messed up the Insurance. Be careful about what County you file in. Only other alternatives is to record an Affidavit of Heirship, and either ask or/and sue the Treasury for the money. It might...Read more »
TennCare can go after the real property, and could possibly go after the proceeds in your hands. But the risk is minimal and it can be insured against. If you want to sell it, find another buyer and/or title co. After one year from date of death, it would be unusual for a creditor to come...Read more »
Two months ago I saw this doctor for the first time. The doctor refused to look at my MRI and refused to consider the possibility of a torn deltoid. He ridiculed me for suggesting this was a possibility and had his nurse help him find a metaphor for how silly it was to expect him to look at my MRI.... Read more »
Missed a few payments and then it was written off in 8/2018. About 1-2 weeks later a settlement payment was made for about 1/4 of what was written off. They won’t talk to me and won’t take nor negotiate any payments and will only refer me to the law firm. The law firm is corresponding by email... Read more »
You need to start protecting your assets now prior to being sued. Make a written offer to the actual creditor, not the collection firm. If they do not respond, again protect your assets. Do not give out any information about your finances, income, or employment status. If you get sued, file a...Read more »
You better read your Deposit Agreement as the Bank may have the right. If not, understand you are talking about suing a nationally chartered bank, so it will be difficult and expensive. When you deposit money, the bank owns the money subject to your right to withdraw it. There may be a...Read more »
I went on a cruise and I was given a $150 credit. On the day I was to debark I had a $150 charge still on my account. It came to light that the $150 credit was posted the account of one of other people I was sharing the stateroom with (who had already been cleared to debark). I used cash the entire... Read more »
No, the amount of money involved is way too small and the dispute can be solved between you are "the other guest." The law is not designed to solve every little problem that comes your way during this lifetime, The Latin phrase for this rule is "De minimus non curat lex."
Place to live. I gave him number for the landlord. She loved the place. I had a couch that she agreed to purchase. She told me to leave I in the home as her intention was to move right in, the landlord did everything but sign the lease which he anticipated doing soon. The day that I had left for... Read more »
What is your question? It is doubtful anyone would file an expensive suit to recover the actual couch or its value. Especially when you agree to give it to her. If you are really worried, find out where she is and deliver it to her. You do not need a lawyer.
I am not sure of your exact question. Did you report the Thefts to the Sheriff'f Office when you found the cars missing? If so go back to them with what facts you now know. If not, then go to the Sheriff now and explain what has happened. If you really think a certain Juvenile stole from you,...Read more »
That removal of all Lessees and Obligors needs to be part of your consideration for paying off the Lease. If they will not completely terminate the Lease, do not pay them the money. It may not be part of the bargain.
In the County of his death, you might file a Small Estate Affidavit. This will make you the Administrator with authority to sue her on behalf of the Estate for Conversion, Action to Recover Personal Property, and possibly request a Warrant issue for her Theft of Property (from the rightful owners,...Read more »
It reallly depends on the reason the otehr person is refusing to pay. You could go to small claims court- General Sessions and represent yourself (unless you are doing business as a Corporation or an LLC- then you can't represent the entity).
Yes, unless the lease has some other provision, the statute of limitation on property damage is usually 3 years. However, I would encourage you not to wait, its usually better to pursue any claim as soon as possible.
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