I sell dietary supplements online. There was a manufacturing/formulation error with a product a customer received which had not enough of the active ingredient and too much of an inactive ingredient. The customer is now looking for "fair compens...
This is a matter you should try and handle on your own. I would utilize your company policy related to customer satisfaction/dissatisfaction and ultimately refund the individual. If he is indeed looking for "fair compensation" i.e. some additional payment amount, I would suggest contacting an attorney.See question
I took out a payday loan from check city, I was going through financial hardships during that time that I was unable to pay the loan. During the process I moved residencies and did not receive the repayment letter sent to me..now I am being sued f...
A licensed Nevada attorney should be able to appear in Court on your behalf in this matter. Moreover, you may be able to avoid a court action entirely if you hire an attorney that is able to settle this matter prior to a lawsuit being filed.See question
my friend was slammed to the ground by security over a plastic bowl from the Komp Kegger party by a security officer from the casino in the parking area walking out as he said you can't take that.. As far as I was told he never even stated prior ...
There is not necessarily a "best" lawyer for this or any other type of case. Typically, you should speak to a few attorneys that practice in the area (another attorney at my firm has experience with this issue) and select the lawyer that you are the most comfortable with and one that offers a straight forward strategy and provides realistic expectations.See question
I over drafted $636
The bank has the right to try and recover the funds owed which includes filing an action i.e. sue. However, it is unlikely the bank will bother filing a lawsuit and will likely report the overdraft to the credit reporting agencies. and/or sell the debt to a collection company.See question
My first mortgage was with Countrywide and the second was with Wells Fargo. Thank you.
In February of 2009 (Nevada deficiency statutes have since been amended) the statute of limitations regarding a breach of contract suit for a deficiency was 6 years. However, most savvy real estate agents handling the sale of the property receive a waiver of this deficiency amount in writing from the lender upon closing on your behalf. If you are unsure whether you received a waiver, I would speak with your real estate agent or a licensed attorney in Nevada. Additionally, in most circumstances, a lender that provides a waiver of deficiency will also issue you a 1099-c (Cancellation of Debt Tax Form). If you did not receive a 1099-c from your lender, chances are that you did not receive a waiver.See question
By the way, there's $0 equity in my home and I filed bankruptcy in 2011 which erased the second mortgage debt, but not the collateral.
A second mortgage holder may attempt to foreclose on a property. However, any action or recovery in which the second lien holder takes the property is subject to the first mortgage. As a result, the second lien holder rarely proceeds with a foreclosure action unless the first mortgage is current and/or their is sufficient equity in the property thereby allowing the second lien holder some recoverable assets in the event of a foreclosure sale.See question
should i let it go into foreclosure to get the money together to move? I have three kids so I will need a place to go so I will not be making the house payment so I can get the funds together to move. How long will the process take until I have to...
Regardless of your current marital status, the bank will require both you and your ex-husband to remain on the note unless you are able to re-finance the property by yourself (a loan modification will not remove his name). A quit claim deed and an agreement in the divorce decree with transfer the Deed of Trust to your name only, but both parties will remain responsible for the amount due to the lender. Once this amount is paid off, you can retain sole title to the property. Also, if you let the property go into foreclosure it will negatively impact both your credit and that of your ex-husband.See question