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my daughter informed that when she is riding on his Dad's girlfriend car; they do not use car seat. I send an email to my ex but did not work. At the end of the day this is an unsafe situation and has to be addressed. If I keep quite I feel that ...
This is not a lemon law question, but probably more a question about child custody issues (and possibly abuse, YMMV). I have re-categorized it so the appropriate attorneys may review.
That being said, and as a parent, I can't tell you whether calling DCP&P (DYFS' new name) is a good idea. Ultimately, if you have an attorney who handles the custody b/w you and your ex, speak to her/him. I wholeheartedly agree that this is dangerous behavior and if you cannot get your ex to only use a car with car seats for your child, then you must do what you must do.
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I rented my car to someone through a website called Turo. It is like an Airb&b for cars. You list your car on the site and they connect you with renters. While a renter has your car, your car is covered through Turo's insurance. A renter crash...
First of all, you need to hire an attorney. An F-Type is an extraordinary automobile and your damages could be very high, indeed (esp. depending on the bells/whistles and model/package). You should strongly consider hiring an attorney who can deal with "Turo" and their insurance company. Ultimately, you were not driving the car and should not reasonably bear the risk of loss when someone else was driving.
For that matter, any action to recover the value of your Jaguar would need to include Turo, their insurer, the driver (and any other drivers/passengers involved, depending on the facts/circumstances) and probably your insurance company, too (and home owner's policy, if you have one.)
A quick look at their website indicates very limited circumstances in which you wouldn't be covered, so it's possible that there's an element of fraud involved here, as well.
After you hire a lawyer, do whatever she/he tells you to do.See question
Rented car from Thrifty Rental in Savanah on Monday, state of emergency declared in Georgia due to Hurricane Mathew on Thursday. Left mandatory evacuation Savannah and drove up north to New jersey over 3 day period. Repeatedly tried to contact sav...
Asker, this is not really a lemon law question, but one of contracts. I have re-assigned it
While the contract and its terms govern, this may be a special circumstance worthy of some horse-trading.
$1.75/mile isn't necessarily too high, but at 790-odd miles, we're talking about ~$1400.00 in mileage costs, which is ridiculous.
If you were visiting Savannah and rented the car there for that purpose, but had to leave the state due to Hurricane Matthew, you may be obligated to pay some or all of that money. I would suggest you offer a compromise payment, but Thrifty does not need to accept it.See question
I constantly get cars illegally park in my driveway. Can I call a tow company to remove it? Isn't this also considered trespassing on private property?
Asker, this really isn't a lemon law issue - i've marked it under "Speeding Ticket" simply because the illegal parking/trespass would likely go there.
That's what we have here - cars illegally using your driveway. You can certainly have the cars towed off your property, but I would strongly recommend you post a sign that indicates the cars will be towed at owner's expense to put everyone on notice that you're not responsible for the tow fees.
This is a type of trespass, yes.
By the way, if you see the same cars parking there often, it might be easier to just ask the drivers to not park there anymore (assuming you haven't tried that already.) It'll cost everyone less money and headaches.See question
I have filled for divorce 8/22/2016 and I have served the defendant 9/7/2016 via sheriff. They have not filed a response yet as of 10/11/2016 (called the clerk), the deadline is 10/12/2016. If the defendant mails out their response and the courts ...
Under NJ law, courts look disfavorably on technical defaults like you describe. In practice, the defendant would be permitted to file late (especially if it's only a day late), though an explanation might be required by the presiding judge.
If you're looking to default your soon-to-be ex-spouse, don't waste your time/effort. It won't be granted and, even if it were granted the ex will have time to file a motion to reopen.
Were I you, I would try to hire a divorce attorney in your area and let her or him worry about this stuff. Divorce is stressful enough when you're NOT doing all your own legal work.See question
To sum up purchased a new nissan maxima. Was dirty brought at night wasnt detailed b4 left wasnt really concerned,dealership was closing. When put cold water on to wipe down noticed spots on car. Adressed with dealership. First time kept car 3 da...
If you are a resident of NJ, and have registered the vehicle in NJ, you are entitled to the protections of the NJ New Car Lemon Law (even if the purchase was made in PA). You should sit down with an attorney in your area who regularly handles these sorts of cases to discuss the details of your situation. Only a qualified attorney who has an opportunity to review your documentation and see your videos is in a position to give you advice. Likewise, the NJ Consumer Fraud Act applies here.
Based on what you're saying here, you may have a claim under the lemon law b/c the damaged paint job will have an effect on the value of the new vehicle (and affect your ability to enjoy it). However, you do need to give them either: 3 visits for the same problem or have a total of 20 shop days spent on one issue - that hasn't happened yet.
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I met with an attorney in Newark NJ for legal advice on filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy because my car was repossessed. The attorney met me in the parking area adjacent to the building because she was afraid to turn her car off. We spoke for about 10...
There's a lot I find questionable about this attorney's alleged conduct.
I would strongly suggest you send her a letter, via Certified mail (return receipt requested - it'll cost you ~$7) demanding repayment of the fee, in full.
I would also say that it may be unethical to use client funds for personal purchases; client funds should not be dispersed to the attorney until work is completed, not before. If your attorney doesn't get your money back to you, you might consider reaching out to the Office of Attorney Ethics.See question
recently I took my car to have the head gasket and timing belt replaced. I paid almost 3K. As soon as I picked my car up; I hear two loud noises by the serpentine belt and inside the engine. the car runs good it is just the noise. I brought the ca...
If you think there's something wrong with the car, take it to another mechanic (with a good reputation, or a dealership if need be) to have it looked at, first. There might be nothing wrong with it.
On the other hand, if there IS some problem, you're going to need (and will have created) good evidence proving there's a problem with the bad repair.
Right now, there's no controversy: you merely suspect there's a problem. You may be correct - but you don't KNOW it yet because you haven't had someone who knows what he/she is doing look under the hood.
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Was previously involved with someone who ended up having a girlfriend. I threatened to tell her about us and turns out he had multiple videos and pictures of me performing sexual acts on him and he is threatening to expose me. I never knew these v...
I would strongly urge you to sit down with an attorney to discuss this matter in more detail (not necessarily excruciating detail, mind you). While NJ is a one-party recording statute with respect to conversations, taking video of someone performing a sex act without his or her consent is another thing, entirely. It may be actionable in civil court and also may be a crime under certain circumstances (for example, if it were used as blackmail.)
You have a right to privacy that was arguably invaded.See question
Ford approved a vehicle replacement under NJ Lemon Law. The dealership has repeatedly sold the replacements while the RAV worksheet process was under review, 2 times already. It's been over 3 months. How much longer can the dealership continue to ...
There is no specific statute of limitations with respect to when the replacement vehicle is provided, once the matter is resolved. Generally speaking, we deal in terms of what's commercially reasonable under the circumstances. Without a thorough review of your claims and the rest of the documentation in the file, it's impossible to know whether something fishy is going on here. In addition, it's difficult to know replacement vehicles that are allegedly "for you" are being sold; they may simply be inventory in stock. Again, without looking at the entirety of the file, I cannot say with any certainty.
Without knowing how long you're waiting for a replacement vehicle, it's hard to say 'how long' the dealer can do anything - assuming anything they've done is improper (which I don't know, based on the info provided).
If you have an attorney - speak to your attorney about this. If you don't, contact the NJ Dept of Consumer Affairs.See question