We put a $3000 check for deposit on new boat, they cashed check on Monday. Boat was suppose to be ready Thursday, but they don't know when it will be ready due to waiting for finance company. States were approved but have to wait on bank. We lef...
You signed a contract, so what does it say about deadlines? For a transaction of that size, why are you rushing one day later to cancel? What is the real issue? If you just want to back out, then read your contract to see what it says about it. Otherwise, you can call and ask if they will refund your money and cancel the deal.See question
I searched to see if my property records were updated in the county system bc my wife and I recently added each other to our home titles/deeds. Well, when I looked, I noticed that my house (now a rental) had a LLC as the current owner, and that it...
Foreclosures are not court proceedings in Georgia so it would not be there. If your facts are accurate you no longer own your house so certainly you need a lawyer to check it out. When you say you "looked" at and "searched" the property records, what exactly does that mean? The actual records are maintained at the Superior Court clerk's office. Did you go there to review the deeds and other records? If you found a foreclosure, what are all details of the foreclosure deed - names, address, property description, lender, etc,?See question
One good friend of mine had given notice to leave his job. However his employer asked him to leave the company after he gave his notice. Is it legal to ask an employee to leave the same day after he has given a notice without completing his notic...
"Giving notice" is just another name for quitting on the spot. Your friend does not get to quit and the dictate the terms to the employer (which would give them more rights than other employees). Offering to work beyond that minute is a courtesy, but it takes both sides agreeing. This assumes there is no contract in place stating otherwise.See question
I filed pro se' Chapter 7 -discharged. 12/2014..Creditor notified via Bk court via first class mail 12/2013.. (Showing listed on BK they were notified) I moved to charlotte from VA in 2012..Been employed at NC company since 2012 where my wages ar...
You need to contact lawyers in your area, and there will certainly be plenty in Charlotte. The issue might be resolved with a letter.See question
A furniture company left the finance charges and extended warranty attached to the garnisment, are they allowed to do that
What do the contracts say? What are the terms of the judgment?See question
Do I have any legal rights to ask the bank to resolve and Acknowledge that I have already paid approx. $10,000 on a car loan where the car is now worth approx $3,999.00
Why did you not even mention the loan contract you signed? Why do you need the bank to "acknowledge" the terms of a loan that are probably clear from the contract? What part of the contract needs to be "resolved" other than the remaining balance needs to be paid? Read your contract - you agreed to the terms.See question
Hi I'm from NYC Company and I am seeking for a Real Estate Attorney regarding acting as a local counsel for business and for filing of claims.
There is no "you" here. Answered several times before - you need to use the search function here (or elsewhere) to contact real estate lawyers directly to discuss representation.See question
I co-signed a student loan with my ex-boyfriend a few years ago. Sallie Mae promised to remove my name after 2 yrs of on-time payments, which I made sure of in the beginning of the loan. Then we broke up, and he has remarried since. He continues ...
What do you mean they "promised?" You signed a contract and you are bound by it. The lender has no incentive to let you off the hook unless the contract provides for that. You need to get your paperwork and see exactly what it says. It does no good to just say they "promised" when what matters is what you signed. Whether his wife wants to be a co-signer is up to her, but why would she make the same mistake?See question
I am the head person of the vehicle but he just told me that he filed bankruptcy. Is this possible?
He doesn't need your permission (or anyone's permission) to file for Bankruptcy. What is the "head person of the vehicle?" This is a common result of buying a car or house with someone with whom you have no legal relationship.See question
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Why are you not discussing this with your lawyer? You should be.See question