A Tennessee attorney could answer best but your question remains open for five weeks. You might look into whether the Tennessee Department of Agriculture or U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Nashville office could offer you input. In terms of litigation, if someone became ill from spoiled...Read more »
my brother and father have the same last names except for the middle name and my dad has money and they're saying that they have a $14,000 judgment against my father but you're not on the truck did not get the ticket can you please tell us what to do
Set up a consult with a Tennessee attorney before this develops further. It isn't something on which someone could advise based on these facts alone, and your post remains open for a month. A lot must have already happened for the matter to reach the judgment stage - maybe mail going to the...Read more »
It is possible to find judgments and court approved settlements. You would need to know where the case was filed- State Court or Federal. And then in what County or District. For Federal Court you can check online on the Pacer system.
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.
Basically that is up for negotiation. Some contracts say they pay for materials up front, some say a percentage of the total contract. Ask around. The contract is for the performance of services. If you are getting into that line of work you might want to invest in an attorney drawing up the forms...Read more »
She agreed to watch a horse and horse equipment until we were able to get it back. When we realized we could not get the horse we willingly signed it over to her. Now she is claiming that she now owns all of the horse equipment because it's been on her property but as not done anything with... Read more »
You may wish to file an Action To Recover Personal Property in General Sessions Court. If not, you might as well abandon the items, because going there might be charged as Trespass. She might even charge you with Theft of Property if you take something.
So I became aware of a group that wants to start a fighting Club Boxing Club. I'm not sure that it is legal the way they want to do it. They just want to rent a space and start boxing/fighting in it. I'm looking for specific statutes that outline the legalities and specific requirements... Read more »
bought a car, put Monies down, Did not receive title. she kept it till car paid for. this is a business I bought from. I got stopped in PA. they said car was stolen. Vin # on car did not match Eng.Vin#. This is when Ifound out it had a salvage title. what are myoptions
Hopefully you have a Bill of Sale for needed information. You can sue the Seller for Fraud and Breach of Contract. But you will need some proof of the Salvage Title non-disclosure. You can also make a complaint against the Used Car Dealer with the State Regulatory Board against his Dealer's...Read more »
If you have insurance, you should make them aware of claim. The insurer may provide you with a defense. Also a seller has a number of defenses to a products claim. Not sure why you cant get insurance. May need to ask another agent to help you. I am assuming this means after this claim was made,...Read more »
2014 Mazda 3 purchased outright 2 months ago. Since then, I’ve noticed significant rust on its underbody. I haven’t been completely under there to take a look, but there is much more rust on its suspension parts than one would expect on a 2014 car. More rust than two 15 year old vehicles I... Read more »
If a person has a legitimate basis for objecting to a trademark application filed by another, there are a couple of approaches that can be pursued. One is to contact the other applicant and attempt them to abandon the application based upon whatever basis there is for objection. Another is to...Read more »
I was in a car accident on my way to work in my personal vehicle so it has nothing to do with work my employer now is saying after the Dr releases me to go back to work that I have to sign a liability waiver saying they are not responsible for any injuries should they occur on the job
what information do I need to find out if I have a lawsuit I have gone back to the same dr and he wrote off my concerns do I need second opp it has only been 6 months since my surgery how long do I have to file a suit
A lawyer can't give medical opinions. You need to follow up with the surgeon and/or your internists. You may have a case if the mesh is the problem. First find out what your problem is. Generally statute of limitations is one year if surgery in Tennessee. As to the case against the...Read more »
I purchased tires, took said tired to dealership for mount and balance. I was informed of need for alignment, I approved service. Then notified of need for ball joints x's 4, approved service (based on prior experience I expected total bill to be $400 or less. I was charged $1,240. The ball... Read more »
I am not aware of ANY limitation on the mark-up of automotive parts. If you have not yet paid them, I would confront them with the prices you've obtained and try to negotiate a reduction. If you have already paid them, you may still want to confront the management with all this information. If...Read more »
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