My ex boss was taking $100 a week outta my check to pay for the car the title is in my name and I have asked him since I no longer work there to come up with a new agreement he refuses and says if I don't pay he is taking me to court. Can he legal...
Mr. Burnette's analysis is correct. Since you asked about losing the car, it sounds like that's most important to you. Your former employer can't "take the car" yet, as in a repossession, but if he sues for the remaining payments and gets a judgment then he can pursue any assets you have, which would include the car (if there's no other lien.)
Sounds like the best way for you to avoid a problem is to simply keep paying the $100/wk. You wrote that you "no longer work there." If, as it sounds, you simply changed jobs then you should be able to afford the $100/wk.
There's also a concern as to what you have, if anything, to prove the agreed price. You may have to work something out on that. This is a good lesson in doing things in writing.
My boyfriend and I got into argument and I locked him out of my house. Now my next door neighbor who is filling in for my landlord for the next 2 years while she's away overseas brought her nosy butt over and banned him for knocking on the Windows...
I'm not sure I understand why you asked this question, but I'll try to explain an answer.
It appears the property you describe as "my house" is a house that you rent. You have a landlord who has set up the neighbor as acting landlord; the legal term is "agent." A landlord wants a rental property properly cared for. Anything disruptive would be improper.
You had the argument with the boyfriend. You locked him out, indicating you were intending to prevent his entry. After that your boyfriend is knocking on the windows and door "too loud." That appears to be disruptive behavior. Of course the landlord's agent can take appropriate action. Banging on windows and doors is an act of hostility and, apparently, a threat to you. You, apparently, don't want him back in, otherwise he would just come back in, right?
You have set the ground rules that you don't want him there. He's been disruptive, so I think she can complain and ask the police to charge him with trespass and damage to property.
I'm truly puzzled that you would question the agent's authority, or think that the landlord should allow this sort of behavior, or that when your boyfriend bangs on the door so hard that blinds fall and are damaged that you think the landlord should tolerate or risk more damage. I suggest you go along with the enforcement of the landlord's wishes. If not, the next step is eviction of you for allowing (and, it seems, encouraging) the disruptive behavior.
The sale is currently scheduled for 9/5/2017. Also, will the new owner be required to allow me to finish lease term or will I just get 90 days to vacate?
The likely result is your rent is due on the first, when the current owner will still be owner. At their closing they prorate the rent.See question
My mother and my family live in rooming house and we do things around the house for the landlord. Things being done such as his laundry, dishes, gardening, taking out trash, cooking, mowing the yard, feeding his chickens and other animals, cleani...
My hunch is that it's legal because he is not paying wages, he's just agreeing to an offset for rent. You have to decide if that's suitable to you. If you push for the $7.25, he might say fine, and the rent is also going up $200/mo. [I'm assuming here that is the offset credit can be adjusted that the rent can, too.]See question
I am renting a room in my home. The person decides he wants an additional room for a friend. I invest money and time in buying furniture and other expenditures for this room after receiving a deposit to do so. The Plaintiff cancels and demands dep...
You didn't mention anything that would amount to defamation. More importantly, court rules request you include all claims that existed against another party at the time of a first lawsuit in the first lawsuit. So, if you think he defamed you by something he said before the first lawsuit, it's already too late.
As noted, you've said you already have a judgment for damages against him. It appears now that what you presented is all that you can get.
I am trying to seek clarification as to which county to bring such a challenge. I seem to have read at some point that fulton county was the preferred venue under statute or rule. Can anyone clarify which statute governs in this case?
I'd like to weigh in on discouraging a lawsuit by a layperson seeking to declare a law unconstitutional. If litigation is analogous to surgery, constitutional litigation is the robotic, micro-surgery of the litigation field. Constitutional law is complex and a fair test of whether your position has merit would be to run it by an constitutional law attorney.
Here's a test: Which constitution (state or federal)? Which provision? What basis for standing? Do you know whether the claim is ripe? What remedy do you seek? Have you considered other, possible, narrow outcomes other than striking the statute down? Does your uncertainty about venue give you a sense that you need a qualified professional on your side? Have you considered whether this belongs in federal or state court? Have you ruled out 11th amendment issues? Are you prepared to pay the state's attorneys' fees if your challenge is deemed frivolous? If you have any hesitation about the answer to any of those questions, then you are in over your head.
Buyer had been will to meet on request of changes and had amended Contract. At this point wait for my signature plz advise.. property in Fla.
You can start by posting this question on Avvo in Florida. If property is there then Florida law likely applies to the property and to any construction contract related to that property.See question
Want to Refinance first mortgage but found out 2nd lien holder is on my title. If i didn't sign documents to have anyone carry a lien on home for collateral what is my options?
Mr. Riddle has mentioned one option. Other options may exist, depending on how the second lien got there. It may be a contractor's lien and, if so, it may or may not be valid. You may or may not properly owe the amount of the lien. If you think the lien is improper, you should consider speaking with a real estate attorney regarding ways you can get it removed or it its a contractor's lien you may want to speak with a construction attorney. Good luck.See question
I have a rare spinal cord injury and can walk but not long or far . I walked into an at&t store the power went out due to an accident .The staff locked the doors this was around 3pm while in there my legs gave away I needed my wheelchair to leave ...
I'm sorry for your condition. But if the purpose of your posted question was to consider whether you could sue AT&T, I don't think it's worth it. Precisely because you have a rare condition it may be hard for people to understand it or its consequences. You could write to AT&T and describe the rude behavior of the employees, and they might be reprimanded.
I also don't understand: If your caretaker could be let out, why couldn't you be let out the door, too, and then have your caretaker bring the chair to the front door?
I opened an account with verizon last year and later closed. The account was in good standing and there was no money due. Early this year, Verizon sent me several letters for a completely different account which I never own, and some money due (...
I doubt it. I don't think it's likely Verizon is committing fraud, rather it's likely they have incorrect information. Have you considered that this may be identity theft?See question