In January or February of 2016 I let my friend use my car he was going to fix a few things and didn't have a vehicle at the time I had two...I habe now been trying to get the vehicle back for several months he has admitted to having it but claims ...
Because of the length of time your friend has possessed the vehicle with your permission it is possible the police will tell you that it's a civil matter. It looks like you may have a civil claim for conversion (which is a legal claim that arises when one person keeps another's property and refuses to return it), or a civil remedy in the nature of replevin (a type of claim that is used to get something you own back from another person). Depending on the value of the vehicle (i.e., if it's an old car that is worth less than $5,000) you may be able to bring an action in the small claims court. For a more valuable car you would likely need to file a lawsuit in the Civil Division of the Superior Court and have the summons and complaint served upon your [ex-] friend.
If it's registered to you and you have title, and you don't renew the registration, it is hard to see how your friend could get it registered. Which could be a big problem for him when he gets pulled over.
Consult a lawyer to obtain detailed legal advice based on all relevant facts and circumstances.See question
My bf was made by his wife to put a no traspassing order on me. She works for homeland security can she legally find out if he took if off me
I am not aware of any mechanism under existing Vermont law by which the person in lawful possession of property can withdraw a notice against trespass given to another under 13 V.S.A. section 3705. If the person has been given notice against trespass by the person in lawful possession of the property by actual communication, or by a law enforcement officer acting on that person's behalf, and the person to whom the notice was communicated thereafter goes onto the property, he or she is subject to arrest and imprisonment for up to three months and a fine of not more than $500.See question
I had file a small claim against someone that damage my property. And i had present my evidence. And bc the defendant is known in the community. The judge only awarded me half of what I sued for, even when the defendant admitted to hitting my tr...
Judges enjoy something called "absolute judicial immunity" for actions taken within the scope of their judicial duties. That means that if you were to file a lawsuit a judge before whom you appeared because you didn't like how much the judge awarded you, your lawsuit would very likely be dismissed without ever being heard on the merits. A judge must be fearless in deciding cases, and without absolute judicial immunity the judge would always live in fear of being sued by dissatisfied litigants.See question
A friend told another person that someone has hiv and it's true.
Sometimes. There exists a tort called "the public disclosure of private facts." Consult a lawyer in your area to help evaluate whether a claim may exist after a detailed examination of the facts.See question
I have a retail theft on my background check that happened more than 30 years ago in the state of vermont, Since then I don't have a single thing on my record not even a parking ticket
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We were at a waterpark and my son was pushed by another child. He hit his head and it required stitches.
Ask for compensation from whom? The child who pushed your child? How old was that child?
Your child had some stitches. Did your child's health insurance cover the cost of the medical care he received? Did your child sustain some kind of permanent damage?See question
I went to McDonald's on Wednesday. I hate half the burger before getting home, where I noticed my burger wasn't cooked well. I feel as though something should be done bout it.
You can report it to the State or local Health Department, or other governmental agency that inspects restaurants. But a lawsuit? Forget about it. You have no damages. If you report it to the supervisor, you might get a properly cooked hamburger for your trouble.See question
The father of my child is in jail . And doesn't believe that , that's where he should be at.
Rationalwiki gives a good overview of "sovereign citizen" ideology:
I wired $200k to them as a prepayment deposit. They shipped about $80k worth of goods but then stopped shipping any extra. They know they're wrong but they would simply not respond to my inquiries in a meaningful way. If they're intentionally igno...
Is it a fraud or crime? Hard to tell on the bare facts you've described. It may be a breach of contract, depending upon what the terms of the contract are. Given the amount of money involved, you had best consult a lawyer licensed in your jurisdiction who handles contract disputes, so that you can receive legal advice you can rely on.
Not legal advice as I don't practice law in Maryland. It's just my two cents. Consult counsel licensed in Maryland to obtain legal advice. I practice in Vermont ONLY.See question
Hello, so I have a question. I was hired as an assistant manager at dunkin donuts 6 months ago. during my 3 months of training, i notified the proper people that i would be going back to school in the fall. They made arrangements for me and were g...
It's doubtful. Nothing generally prevents an employer from determining that it needs its managerial staff to be available at all times. Unless they made a written commitment to you regarding continuing to employ you while you were in school, or had other policies that removed you from the default "employed at will" status, they are free to change their mind and say you can't continue to have a job, we need someone who's available any time we may need them.
Not legal advice, just my two cents based on general principles of law. Consult a New York employment lawyer to obtain legal advice you can rely on. I practice in Vermont ONLY.See question