Back in 2015 my mom gave her church a big check of my guess $5000 or more from my dad's investment from his job in sales. He was a hard worker. She expected her church to help me out after she died. They never helped me at all.
I even filed a complaint with the IRS and made anonymous... Read more »
Based on your limited facts, its hard to see any potential claim. Seems like the money may have been a gift, in which case there would be no claim. But also, even assuming you were a third-party beneficiary to a contract; it may be hard to pursue any claim for breach of contract based on the...Read more »
If there was some reaffirmation of the debt by your Wife, then the normal 6 year SOL starts from there to sue her. The Misdemeanor SOL has long since run. The check language might contain an argument for a 10 year SOL for demand notes, but I doubt it. If a bad credit report is made, contest...Read more »
My husband and I traded a car even from a private party. They guy said it was a clean title to the car so before exchanging titles we made sure everything matched up with the car (title has no lean holder on it) My husband went to register it at the court house and was told it was the wrong title... Read more »
Your seller has ripped you off. Contact him and demand he pay off the title loan and get you a good title. If not, you sue him in General Sessions for breach of contract and conversion. I do not believe there are criminal violations here, but you might call the Sheriff. Recission and return...Read more »
We were laid off and the courts want 16,17,18 tax returns, bank/financial statements none of those years were when the loan took place. Why do they need that? My husband is still unemployed and makes 412 a month I just got a job and wasn't employed up until that point
That type of document production usually occurs in conjunction with post-judgment discovery in order for the judgment creditor to collect from you. You need to check with the Court to see if a Judgment has already went down against you two. Otherwise the creditor must anticipate a problem...Read more »
We purchased a vehicle from a private party and it needed work so the private party agreed to do the work themselves and have it ready so we began paying on it. After the private party pushed the date of completion by 2 months and we really need a vehicle so we asked for a loaner or for our money... Read more »
That is a potential breach of contract. If no money has been paid, I would forget about it. Otherwise you might sue yourself in General Sessions Court. If you obtain a judgment, hire an attorney to collect.
You can work on your own car. If it was illegal there wouldn't be AutoZone stores everywhere. But if you are on private property, say in an apartment complex, you may be prohibited from working on your vehicle on that particular property, for example.
Most likely, yes. HOAs are based on contract law and most HOA governing documents give the HOA wide discretion to fine homeowners for "violations" which can include such minor things as font on a mailbox. To know the answer for sure, I would need to review the HOA governing documents to...Read more »
I called them to complain about this error and get the money back because they had left 3$ in my bank acc and they said 7 days to get a check... okay whatever 10 days later I called turns out they processed the check. I read TN penal codes and nothing discusses this issue only what the check cashed... Read more »
No.. You gave them a check, and they cashed it at their leisure. This happens all the time, and the payee is not breaking a law by negotiating the paper early. You could try to sue the payee for breach of contract, but it is not advisable.
It was a buy here pay here place and they want to take the car immediately and sell at auction and do not want to wait until we file Small estate to be executor. He is current on payments and a payment was just taken out of his account for this months payment after he passed. We just wanted to... Read more »
If you have th Title in the Deceased's name (subject to the debt lien), then his Next-Of-Kin own it. Without the Title though there is little to argue as you have no standing. Possibly with the Small Estate Affidavit, the Administrator might sue for Breach of Contract on behalf of the...Read more »
I recently moved out of an apartment in Tennessee. Despite multiple requests, I was never given a walk-through. In addition, we left 2 weeks before our lease ended due to fear of COVID-19, and the fact that we did not feel our apartment was following CDC Guidelines.
Venue will basically be the County and State of the leasehold. If you do not pay what is demanded, then the landlord can sue you in that County, but will have to try to collect any Judgment against you. If there was a security deposit, than that might be something to sue for.
The company has violated the TCPA on multiple occasions by sending me solicitous texts even though I'm on the do not call registry. They originally replied that I opted in, but the date they claimed I did that is actually after the violations occurred. When I pointed this out, they said they... Read more »
You will need an attorney and it should be filed in Circuit Court. GS would be quick, but it does not look like you know what you are doing, and you would ultimately try it again upstairs. Service through the Secretary of State will be a chore itself.
I do not understand your question. But it sounds like the Next of Kin are trying to recover a Decedent's monies. You probably need an attorney to draft, execute and record an Affidavit of Heirship. Then use a copy of the Affidavit to support your Claim Form, for the benefit of those listed...Read more »
You may want to consult with an attorney. You could also consider filing a small claims court action to get your money back. If your fiancée made a promise to you and failed to follow that, this could be a breach of oral contract. Good luck.
dealing with a surety company regarding claim for auto fraud with an auto dealer in my area. the surety company finally responded with a letter stating they will have to have prove via DMV determination or a judgment from a tennessee court proving fraud before they will continue with their... Read more »
There is not enough information to really respond to your question. I am not sure why if you are a consumer the reason you would be dealing with a surety company. But there is probably a good reason. You may want to contact a lawyer - rather than putting a lot of details here.
I have a judgement by default from 2016 for 25k @5.5% . The debtor was a business owner who took money/property from multiple people before taking everything of value from the business and ran away. I did get a wage garnishment for a couple years, only because of a rumor and some luck until he was... Read more »
If he actually has the cash protected, you will probably have to file a Creditor's Bill in Chancery. It is complicated and most competent attorneys will want a retainer plus a percentage of the recovered assets. A General Sessions Civil Warrant might expedite your recovery, but in most...Read more »
It's a business. Closed or not, you can sue them where the contract was entered into, where the product was to be delivered, or any particular county where they have a principal place of business, or where the contract specifies. If they are out of business, you may be able to obtain a...Read more »
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