Anthony Marvin Avery's answer More than likely a Default Judgment will be entered against you and any other Defendant. If your SSI goes into a Bank Account with your name, it is very easy for the Judgment Creditor to Garnish it. You will need to file a Notice of Exempt Property with the Court.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer You can hire an attorney to file a Declaratory Judgment Action against the County and State. It would probably be a Fifth Amendment based issue, but has little likelihood of success. The expense alone would exceed the the Sewer Charges for several years.
Leonard Robert Grefseng's answer Call the local police/detectives office- get the documents together and explain the whole history to them. If the other person has committed identity theft, the police will instruct you on how to prosecute them.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer If you do not leave then the Landlord must file a Detainer Warrant, have you served or post it, get a Judgment for Possession, and then if you do not leave in 10 days, get a Writ of Possession to have the Sheriff physically remove you. At Court you can allege that no Breach of the Lease Contract has occurred, but I would not put much faith in your chances. The Landlord Tenant Act may control where you live, which you did not state, and that might give you some leverage if there is a...
Leonard Robert Grefseng's answer If by the term "lien" you mean a claim to be filed in the land records office ( the register of deeds) - the answer is NO. However, you do have the right to file a lawsuit against the landlord for recovery of this money, and if you win that lawsuit and after winning, he refuses to pay you, you can then record the lawsuit judgment in the deeds office as a "judgment lien. Its always best to consult a lawyer before filing the lawsuit.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer The corporate entity that should have been the Defendant should have been brought to the Court's attention earlier. If it is not too late, you may wish to file a Rule 59 Motion or an Appeal. Hire a competent attorney immediately. If it was General Sessions, you have 10 days to file for a new trial in Circuit.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer You need to find where the car is most of the time. File an Action to Recover Personal Property in General Sessions Court. Court Costs and a possible Bond will be required. You must also put an exact description of the car with VIN in the Civil Warrant. Hopefully the Lender has not already secured the collateral. The Lender must be dealt with also.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer You have to sue the Thief and the Pawn Shop for Conversion. You may be able to file it yourself in General Sessions Court, but preferably hire an attorney.. But it may not be worth the effort. Even after you get a Judgment, you will have trouble collecting. Service on the Thief may be difficult. It appears that the Pawn Shop will not be criminally liable nor will their License be in jeopardy. If you know where the bike is, you might be able to file an Action To Recovery Personal Property...
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer Generally a Federal suit is controlled by the appropriate State Statute of Limitations. In Tennessee, personal injury is 1 yr, property damage is 3 yr, real estate/title actions are normally 7 yr. and so on. Occasionally a federal cause of action will have federal statute of limitations. You need a lawyer to see what type of case you have, and whether it can be prosecuted.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer SOL on Class D Felonies is Four Years. I suspect this is more of a Medical Malpractice Case though, which requires many pleadings along with the Suit being filed within One Year of Injury. Assault may be a criminal option for the State, but it has a One Year SOL.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer It is very possible, and you might even get convicted. There is no Title to a Dog, but it is probably not worth the trouble and risk to prove ownership in Court. Bond, Attorneys, Court Costs and Restitution could be very expensive. Many Judges and DA's will feel very sorry for her.
Whatever you do, do not have an argument with her or she will put you in Jail for alot worse than the ridiculous Theft of a Dog.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer If the Lienholder does not make a Claim with a Bond within a very short period, just like you have to, then they do not get the collateral back. The Lienholder was probably notified of the Forfeiture Seizure, and the Notice of Seizure should have both your Name and your Lender. If they do get the vehicle, it will probably not satisfy the Debt, and they will be after you for the Note Deficiency.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer Either Sister Landowner should be able to sue in Chancery for Partition, assuming they are Tenants In Common of 1/2 Undivided Interests each. Either can defend that there should be a equitable split up of the property or that there should be a sale, with the net proceeds divided. It does appear that a surveyed division with easement access could be ordered. It would be easier and cheaper to decide on a voluntary partition of the Tract with a surveyed boundary line. Then each Owner may do as...
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer The normal answer is no. There is an ATF Regulation that sometimes grants ownership of a specific firearm, but it is almost never granted, and never upon a violent firearm criminal conviction. A competent NRA lawyer can advise you of your weapon options.
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