I performed work for the defendant that was posted to a web-site. I have a hearing date with the small claims court in six weeks, but I want the court to issue some kind of letter that I can use to have the work removed from all web sites until a ...
The short answer is no. If so, there would be no reason to litigate. You would have won the case before the court could even hear it and determine the issues.See question
I have a person on behalf of a bank sending me an affidavit for court, this person states she is the " litigation manager for "abc" bank but I've found out she actually works for a differently company who ultimately own "abc" bank. So she is not p...
You have a right to verify that the person is authorized. Once established, however, you have no further right to object. Engage a lawyer to help you.See question
I park in a towing zone and they took my car but when I went to take it out they took my four wheels, with rims, broke my driver side window, and other stuff and my husband wallet which he forgot inside the car
I agree with Mr. Boyer about the difficulty of collecting. Nevertheless, there are steps you can take to maximize your chance of recovery. Take photos, get witness statements if available, notify the police, get a police report, notify your insurance carrier, obtain a repair estimate, and send a certified demand, RRR, to the tow company demanding payment for your loss. If you get no satisfaction you may wish to file an action against the tow company in Small Claims Court in Paterson. Visit the NJ Courts online pro se help page for more information. Good luck.See question
I had recently an examination before trial (second time/ second session) of personal injury case but I have committed several spontaneous mistakes because of different reasons such us I was nervous, anxious and also I have big problem with trans...
Mistakes happen. You may have been confused by the process. It is up to your attorney to make the argument that the transcript requires correction. You have the absolute right to correct your testimony by affidavit after the fact. Notably, corrections are intended to be misspellings and minor matters, not material answers. The extent of your corrections may raise eyebrows but you don't have the right to a second deposition. The extent and acceptance of your changes will depend on the facts and circumstances. It will be a question of credibility.See question
Summary judgment motions--like all motions and pleadings in federal court cases--are filed electronically with the papers supporting the motion. They are available at the clerk's office and online through PACER.See question
My husbands has 5 judgments against him amounting to over $250, 000 for busines debts with NY state sales tax, bank loan and vendors. we owned one joint property and he is expecting some inheritance. Am I responsible for my husband debts as a ...
No divorce is necessary in order to be clear of your husband's judgments. You should consult with an attorney experienced with marital, business and tax law. Good luck.See question
I didn't know I had a closed account still. Barclays doesn't show on my credit report which is weird. I got a letter from my local cival court saying I'm being sued but no other info. Just that I have until July 28 to answer. Will they accept paym...
Write to the lawyer and ask for a copy of the summons and complaint. Or visit the court house an view the docket. You may wish to engage a lawyer to help you work this out.See question
A judgement was already made in regards to a financial issue I had with the defendant. However due to personal issues I failed to appear to the court. Do I have options? considering that a judgement was already made prior to holding the person in...
Contact the court clerk to investigate how your motion was disposed of. You may be able to request that your motion be renewed or restored, depending on the circumstances of your failure to appear.. You may find it easier to do this with the help of a lawyer. Good luck.See question
What are the fed rules on this issue?
The federal rules are clear that parties may attend in person the deposition of another party unless there is a pre-trial order to the contrary.See question
The Plaintiff has indicated in the notice that the deposition will be record with sonographic and/or videographic means.
Video recording typically is accompanied by a stenographic transcript. If the other side wishes to bear the additional cost of videography--which is generally thought to better preserve the deposition testimony for trial--it seems there is not much point in objecting to its use. Speak to your lawyer about the growing acceptance of videotaping and live streaming deposition testimony.See question