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Said defect is in the engine and the mechanic told us to get our money back, when I went back to the dealership they told me that it wasn't possible to swap the car for another one nor return our money, he did however offer to sign an extended war...
In the papers you got when you bought the car will be info about the warranty that came with the car. Every car in NJ has one, and if you agreed to buy the car without it. Without seeing those papers, it's hard to tell what you can do.See question
My check is being garnish for a credit I had back in 1994. They never contacted me nor did I receive any paperwork in the mail. The Law suit was filed in 2005 and the garnishment was filed in 2008. They didn't start taken money out my check unt...
They have 6 years, generally, to file suit, and then the judgment is good for 20 and can be renewed forever. Without knowing more it is hard to explain your options.See question
Want to file bankruptcy chapter 7 and my exemptions are $36,000 dollars. When I receive the insurance check from insurance company for an auto accident and the lawyer gets paid do my medical bills ($60,000) also get paid from insurance check or ar...
The insurance will pay its portion regardless, but if the treatment was rendered before the bankruptcy filing, the bill can be discharged.See question
I just received a letter from American Express saying they are sorry hat they reported the wrong credit score to me. Besides this sorry letter can I sue them? They denied my credit card application.
On these facts, I don't think you can sue. They reported the score to you, no one else, and denied you credit I assume because you did not meet the credit criteria that applies to al applicants.See question
My 78 year old aunt with dementia went with her daughter to retain a lawyer for $3900 to save her house from foreclosure through bankruptcy. He knew from day one that she 5 years behind in her mortgage with no equity. He sent a letter to the forec...
Its really impossible to answer if you are right or note based on the facts you have shared. Without a look at the case file I don't think anyone could give you a satisfactory answer.See question
Over ten years now
PTI causes the complaint to be dismissed, but not the record of arrest, etc.. So you will need to have that expunged.See question
I am a law student. I am doing research for calculations and to support a case study, but cannot find the statute. What is the max date in a 14 years flat sentence? What statute at 2C is the one giving the calculation? Thank you for your answer
That's difficult to answer, bu the latest 1st parole hearing on that sentence would be 3 years 6 months and 16 days, but keep in mind that there are other factors, gap time, etc., that play in.
NJ has a parole handbook that has a table for this.See question
Received the first grant offered at 10,000 based on information provided. Reapplied and am being challenged on whether or not i 1 qualify for the second round of grants as well as determing if I should pay back the first round (10,000)
It sounds like an audit generated a red flag on your first grant, the state has been looking into Sandy claims for a couple of years. Likely there is an administrative process going forward to recover the money and probably a criminal case proceeding as well, but without more facts its tough to say.See question
Wells Fargo repossessed my vehicle last spring and it was 68 days past due
The note will say, but if the note doeSnt say, anytime you miss a payment, so like 45 minutes.See question
I am in the process of buying a property and a title search was conducted and I declared chapt 7 personal bankruptcy and was discharged in 2003 however one of the creditors in my business filed an adversary proceeding and the bankruptcy lawyer fil...
You will have to go back to bankruptcy court and argue that you did not default on the settlement or otherwise resolved the dispute. It's complicated, having to do with who knew what when, and what is considered "service" and "notice". Service in bankruptcy court is different from service in other courts, at least in NJ, so you really need to have some expertise to investigate what to do.
But if you are saying you paid or otherwise resolved the judgment and its still in the record, you can call the creditor and ask them to sign a paper stating that and record it in Trenton to clear the record.