We were shown a copy of carfax when we purchased our car three weeks ago however it wasn't included in our paper work can we still get it from dealer
There's no harm in asking the dealer for a copy, though I'm not aware of any law that requires them to keep a copy or give it to you. Carfax might be able to help you get a copy: https://www.carfax.com/guides/buying-used/what-to-consider/free-carfaxSee question
Stopped making car payments 4 years ago, according to credit report the balance was charged off 3 years ago and no attempts have been made to contact me sense. I still have the car and am about to file CH 7. Can I keep the car?
It sounds like the lender has decided the car isn't worth taking back. If you file for Chapter 7, the lender probably won't try to take it back and I suppose it probably wouldn't be worth the trustee's time to sell it either.
So you can keep it in the sense it is unlikely that anybody wants to take it from you. However, the lender probably still has a lien on title. You probably won't be able to trade it in or sell it unless you make a deal with the lender for clean title.See question
I have a judgment against someone in MO for a car accident, they haven't paid the balance. How can I suspend their license until the judgment is paid?
Law vary be state, so the procedure might not be exactly the same where you live. Contact the Department of Motor Vehicles in your state to see if they have a form you can fill out.. That's the procedure in California...you fill out the proper form and pay a filing fee. Hopefully an attorney from your state will answer with more specific advice.See question
Ch 7 bankruptcy case. Creditor committed fraud. Less than 1 year since discharge I am reading up on rule 9024 and cr60
Your question really doesn't make much sense. I cannot think of any reason why a debtor would want to revoke their discharge and creditor fraud would certainly not be a reason to punish the debtor.
I suggest that you post the question again with more details. It sounds like you should be more focused on what remedies you have against the creditor for some reason.See question
I'm a defendant n a quiet title case in San Diego. Pro Per. I find ut today trial is set for June 2017, the CMC was held 2 months or so ago and that the ROA shows no notice was sent out vis mail by clerk to any parties giving the notice if CMC. Ou...
The Register of Actions ("ROA") won't reflect a proof of service to you even you were on the mailing list. The court will normally mail notice of the Case Management Conference ("CMC") date withing about 60 to 70 days of the first appearance by any defendant. Defendants sometimes join cases after the notice goes out and whoever brings in the new party is responsible for telling them about the CMC date. The San Diego court's mailing reliability is less than stellar.
Normally, the parties are suppose to meet and confer about how to fill out the CMC Statement, but that doens't always happen.
Getting the trial date moved up is unlikely. I would be more concerned about getting of the date the court established such as discovery cutoff and motion cutoff date.See question
I was in a store for the first time in my life an clerk accusing me of stealing a beef jerky a couple weeks back mind u it was the first time I have ever been in that store an I live in another city I asked her to pull tape to prove my innosense a...
I'm not hearing anything that would be the basis for a legal claim. You might try talking to the store manager, but that's about it.See question
Before any hearing on my matter, the Superior Court denied my civil petition for a writ of mandate under CCP § 1094 and dismissed the case with prejudice. At this juncture, can I file a motion for reconsideration or would my only means for redress...
Motions for reconsideration are rarely granted and are only for situations involving "new or different facts, circumstances, or law" that weren't known at the time of the original hearing. The judge most likely denied your petition with prejudice because he or she didn't feel you could make any amendments that would cure the problems. it is unclear whether an appeal or motion for reconsideration would be better.See question
There is a gap behind the table that we're eating and my daughter accidentally drop the phone. We told them about it, and they told us that we will be able to get the phone the next day when it's not busy. We came back and we're told that the tabl...
I also agree with Mr. Doland. The restaurant can't possibly know about every single hazard that might happy when a parent lets their child play with an expensive phone during a meal. If you offer to pay for the work to be done, the restaurant might cooperate. Otherwise, I don't see how they owe you any legal duty.See question
Just wondering since bankruptcy is also federal.
After the Supreme Court essentially overturned the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013 in the case of United States v. Windsor, the federal government no longer opposes bankruptcy petitions filed by same sex couples. A gay married couple should have no problems claiming the 100K homestead exemption.See question