It would depend on whether your wife has signed as a security interest on the loan as well and what exactly the loan is for. The lender may also have to first obtain a judgment. Another thing to consider is whether a credit union is involved. It's best to consult privately with a debtor's...Read more »
I bought multiple duplicate memberships for which they charged my card 200 dollars. They also want to keep chARGING me for 12 months. I realized the mistake within 24hrs and contacted them in person and online to try and straighten it out. But they insist I owe them 1800.00 to cancel, even... Read more »
Contract grace periods are governed by regional conditions, so a Texas attorney can best advise you. But your question remains open for two weeks. Unfortunately, outside of such limited exceptions, the general rule is that a contract becomes enforceable at time of formation. In light of your...Read more »
Just to get you to release your private digital information to sale and make money off of you or cause you to unknowingly forfiet a civil right? Im speaking as a person under the ADA. And am unable to represent myself in these matters.
This is not a matter of criminal law. Talk to an attorney who practices civil law or research filing a small claims lawsuit in the Justice of the Peace court. There are multiple JP courts in most counties so figure out the proper court for the street address of the home where you did the work.
A Texas attorney could advise you the best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter with most contracts, it's a done deal after both sides sign (unless the contract contains provisions that modify this basic premise). You could check with a Texas attorney if they see...Read more »
additional verbal 30 days has also come and gone, loss of revenue on original house due to still living in it. Other contract details are not being respected. Stressed to the max, very emotional and now I have even alienated from friends and family. Loss of sleep and ambition.
You should think about contacting a Texas attorney to review the terms of the contract and advising you on what your next steps would be in recovering the money for your performance under the contract. An attorney could outline some of your options, ranging from a letter from a law firm to formal...Read more »
Your question remains open for three weeks, and at this point, if you haven't already, consult with a Texas attorney. This sounds more like a real property matter than one about securities or civil rights. At any rate, the category is not really important at this point. It appears to be something...Read more »
I just made a deal with an editorial to give them the copyright of an illustration, they sent me a form, I printed it and signed it, then I sent them a photo, now I regretted it, because there are ambiguities in the document that don't convince me, my question is the photo I sent to them is valid,... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best as to state-specific aspects of contract law, but your question remains open for two weeks. In such settings in general, it could depend on who wants to enforce the contract and who wants to get out of it. As a general matter, copies of contracts have been used to...Read more »
The promissory note for a loan states the loan amount, interest rate and that installments of a $$ amount are "to be paid on the 30th day of each and every month thereafter until paid". There is no payment begin or end date on the note. The only date on the note is at the bottom "Executed this... Read more »
An attorney would need some additional information here to offer any kind of input. Are they rejecting the form of payment you use? Is there another underlying issue why payment isn't accepted? With some additional facts, maybe a Texas attorney could offer some meaningful guidance. Good luck...Read more »
I am a co-owner of my house (that my parents paid for) with my ex-boyfriend and we are separated because he had an affair. Both of our names are on the deedWe both had an agreement about things after he left the house. We have a co-signed home equity loan of about
great aunt passed and left everything to her to a select few of her nieces and nephews, One of the nephews was very sickly and not expected to live long, he could live in the house until he died then the house would be sold and divided amongst the remaining living. If he ever moved he would sell... Read more »
My wife and I purchased a 10 acre tract in Polk County on FM 3126 outside Livingston city limits, not in a neighborhood, no HOA or zoning. The land sale contract states "The property shall be used exclusively for agricultural or single-family residential purposes." If we decide to build a... Read more »
The county will have procedures for challenging an assessment. You'll have to take up the case with them and you likely have no recourse against the title company as long as they were abiding by a lawful lien.
I would suggest hiring a professional as tax matters are complex and nuanced.
I have a storage unit that went into agreement in April 2017 but then went delinquent in Dec 2017. My ex called and used his debit card to bring it up to date payment wise, but the owner if the facility took my name off the agreement, replaced it with the cardholders name, changed my lock and now... Read more »
It is obvious to many experienced lawyers reading this that you and your ex and the owner of the storage unit are in an unfortunate triangle that will probably not end well--for you. If a judge were deciding what to do they would probably agree with the owner of the storage unit that you violated...Read more »
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