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Jaitegh Singh

Fort Lauderdale Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. Before SUMMARY JUDGMENT is motioned, in a foreclosure case, does the Plaintiff need to strike or rebut my defenses, including

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jaitegh Singh
    2. Clifford M. Miller
    3. Constantine D. Buzunis
    4. Robert Bruce Kopelson
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    If the plaintiff has not even mentioned anything about the affirmative defenses (such as showing that they are baseless), then summary judgment cannot be granted. A response needs to be shown before the summary judgment can be granted in favor of the plaintiff. It should be noted that this is something you need to raise at the summary judgment hearing. The judges do not know your case intimately and may not even inquire about anything that is outstanding. This would be deemed an...

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  2. What is the law in regards to a debt collector(commercial debt) talking to anyone about my debt and the collection of the debt?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jaitegh Singh
    2. Alex R. Hess
    3. William Asa Grafton
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    Under FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act), Section 805(b) specifically states: without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector, or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction, or as reasonably necessary to effectuate a postjudgment judicial remedy, a debt collector may not communicate, in connection with the collection of any debt, with any person other than a consumer, his attorney, a consumer reporting agency if otherwise permitted by law,...

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  3. Will filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy reinstate my revoked license in the state of Florida?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Alison Nicole Emery
    2. Jaitegh Singh
    3. George Costas Andriotis
    4. Rex Edward Russo
    5. Kevin Christopher Gleason
    6. ···
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    I absolutely agree with Ms. Emery. You can file the bankruptcy and take the filing documents to the DMV to reinstate the license, so long as a DUI was not involved. There are a few other issues that may come up though, so I would suggest seeking advice on this matter from an attorney. Please refer to my blog on this matter... http://www.jtsinghlaw.com/1/post/2012/11/drivers-license-suspended-file-a-bankruptcy.html

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  4. My husband died, i'm on the mortgage deed but i'm not on the mortgage loan, what do i do?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Christopher Charles Dyer
    2. Douglas Ron Coenson
    3. Marshall C Deason Jr.
    4. Jaitegh Singh
    4 lawyer answers

    There are a variety of issues that may come into play. I wold suggest meeting with a real estate lawyer (such as myself) in order to figure out your options. Also I would suggest doing a little bit of asset protection in order to protect your interest in these properties. Singh Law, P.A. (954) 586-6000 Miami - Fort Lauderdale - West Palm Beach

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  5. Should i file for bankruptcy

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jeffrey B. Lampert
    2. Jaitegh Singh
    3. Christopher Charles Dyer
    4. Alan D. Walton
    5. Dorothy G Bunce
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    Bankruptcy could potentially be an option in your situation, however, I (or any other attorney on avvo) can't really give you a proper answer this way. I would suggest scheduling a consultation (most attorneys, including myself, offer the first consultation at no cost) with a bankruptcy attorney as soon as possible. Bankruptcy is a complex and fact oriented field of practice. I highly recommend seeing an attorney.

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  6. After foreclosure, how long after in the State of Florida, can you obtain a mortgage and buy a home? Home foreclosed Feb 2012.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Margery Ellen Golant
    2. Jaitegh Singh
    3. Sheryl Ann Edwards
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    Florida does not have anything to do with the question. However, there will be some difficulty for your husband to obtain a mortgage. There are other options though as well. This is something you need to discuss with a real estate attorney, such as myself, before pursuing. You also need to be sure of whether or not everything has been absolutely resolved with the foreclosure and that there are no lingering issues that could hinder the mortgage process. Singh Law, P.A. Ft. Lauderdale -...

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  7. Need help with my attorney and loan mod.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Margery Ellen Golant
    2. Jaitegh Singh
    3. Gerald Solomon
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    If they received TARP money then technically yes they are supposed to help you, but that doesn't necessarily happen. If you feel this attorney did not do much in order to mod or defend out your foreclosure, I would strongly recommend seeking new counsel, especially ones that are aggressive in the mod and foreclosure defense fields. Also please understand that a lot of mod programs set up by lenders are basically set up to fail, which is unfortunate.

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  8. Do I have grounds for a Dismissal based on this Defense?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Mark Theodore Tischhauser
    2. Amanda Leigh Edwards-Rivera
    3. Jaitegh Singh
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    I agree with my colleagues on this one. The plaintiff is still the same judging by the question you are asking. All that has changed is the name. The proceeding is still valid and will continue just under the new name. I would suggest seeing a foreclosure attorney (such as myself) to really interpret the surrounding circumstances for 1.260 and to see if in fact there is a case under 1.260. Singh Law, P.A. Miami - Fort Lauderdale - West Palm Beach

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  9. My home is in foreclosure. its been in court for two years. the process took action.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Barbara Billiot Stage
    2. Jaitegh Singh
    3. Michael S ('Mike') Hagen
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    You're unfortunately stuck in limbo at the the moment. I would suggest that you see a foreclosure attorney (such as myself) immediately. When you're stuck in this sort of tricky situation, there are a lot of moving parts that need to be considered and examined. I've seen this come across my desk a few times and they are tricky. Singh Law, PA Miami - Ft. Lauderdale - West Palm Beach (954) 586-6000

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  10. Are Non-Profit organizations held to the same employment standards as for-profit corporations?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Matthew Thomas Harrod
    2. Jaitegh Singh
    3. Jeffrey Bruce Gold
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    Yes and Yes.

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