I ordered and a contract was approved by me for glass. The contract was amended by the company, as per my instructions, and "tempered glass" was added to the final invoice that was not specified. I signed and accepted the amended invoice when I picked up and paid for the glass. I found... View More
Multiple promises in writing, asked Corp multiple times for transcripts, recordings & notes for all interactions with representatives that I supposedly had access to as customer, I have large amount of those interactions & asking to compare in order to solve who is at fault to no avail...... View More
That sounds like a potential breach of contract action on each refund. Possible class action. But it sounds like you have no evidence. Consult with an attorney. But be advised it may not be a TN jurisdictional matter.
The extended warranty company approved an itemized parts list & labor for a truck repair job. After the repair, the shop sent them an invoice with an itemized parts list & labor exactly as pre-approved (to the cent). The extended warranty company now wants all invoices for the parts as... View More
2-fold issue. I sold a car to Carvana 5/16/21 — they failed to register it to the new owner. It's still in my name, has been impounded somewhere in California and also failed to do a back-out with Bridgecrest on the loan. I've received letters from the CA DMV, San Bernadino Police Dept.... View More
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It could depend on what your matter involves. There are attorneys who donate their time to work for free (pro bono) and legal aid societies that offer their assistance as a public service. But these tend to be...View More
Working condition. The dealership assured us they would have all repaired/restored to new condition under warranty. It has now been 6 months and they have not. I have been making camper payments all this time and it has sat on their lot waiting to be restored. I want my money back and to be... View More
It sounds like you are being sued on the Note you signed. An attorney can sue the other party for contribution, but collection is another matter. Bankruptcy or a Settlement may be options. If a Judgment goes down, protect your assets and file a Notice of Exempt Property.
We shipped a product with Southwestern Motor Transport that interlined the delivery with Daylight Transport. We filed the claim with Southwestern whom states it is Daylight Transport place to pay the claim. They further stated if Daylight Transport does not pay them for the claim they will not pay... View More
Your contract is apparently with SW Transport. Read the contract as it will have some disclaimers of liability. But it may give SW as your agent the power to hire another party to perform the contractual duty. If under $ 25K you might sue both carriers in Sessions Court and let them blame each...View More
I have filed an appeal but because I was unable to afford an attorney I was forced to represent myself and since I didn't know what I was doing the judge ruled for Tennessee to keep it. I have the option now to ask for a stay and file another appeal to thebest of my understanding. If anyone... View More
That would probably be a conversion cause of action against the dealer. There may be criminal liability, but you would have to make the allegation to the police and you would need information about who to accuse. Hire a competent attorney now and file suit.
Depending on the value of the jack, it could be a misdemeanor or a felony charge for Theft Of Property. Hire a competent attorney to represent you. Restitution may need to be made despite the recovery. You want to get it Diverted, Dismissed and Expunged. Otherwise it will affect you for life.
Use the search function on this website, or any other website, to find an attorney local to you. I would recommend you interview as many attorneys as you need to determine who may best be able to serve you and your needs.
A Tennessee attorney should advise, but your question remains open for three weeks. Instead of losing time continuing to await a response, you should consider reaching out to an attorney to determine what action is required, as time may be of the essence here. Nationwide, car accidents generally...View More
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...View 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...View 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...View More
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