I received a check that I cashed which was made out to me. The company that issued it now states that they want the funds back it was a mistake. Am I legally required to return the funds?
If it was a mistake then they're not your funds. If it was not a mistake then they are your funds. Act accordingly...See question
I purchased a car and the contract has a provision saying the seller has a right to cancel within 10 days, after 4 days the dealer requested cancellation and requested drop off at a transport location, but I still haven't received my refund, I nee...
Sorry for your troubles. Typically they should refund your money at the same time you give the car back. If they chose not to if they just forgot that's pretty bad. Sounds like you have a good lawsuit where they'd have to pay you the money and have to pay your attorney as well. So you might want to reach out 2 an attorney who handles lemon law and auto fraud matters in your area.See question
I want to buy a cleaning services franchise. They want me to sign the contract and email or mail it to them so we can proceed. After getting all my information together, aren't we suppose to meet in person for it to be secure business?
To me, unless you KNOW these people, I see no way I'd sign anything unless I met them in person AND I had my attorney(s) review all documents. If you are doing it any other way and/or they refuse to meet with you, who wants those kinds of business partners? Headaches are on the way...See question
So I bought my car and the seller told me it had nothing wrong with it short of cosmetic damage then after I pick it up I drive home and check engine light comes on I brought it to a mechanic and he said it's the catylatic converter and tranny I c...
Yes, in CA, based solely on the facts you state, you can return the car. Good luck wtih it.See question
Hello Sir/Madam I am facing a situation where I am ending up taking a $2500 hit on my recent lease (signed on 11/19) on Nissan leaf - an electric vehicle. For quite some time Nissan Car dealers are offering pretty attractive deals on leasing Ni...
If I understand you correctly, the rule, through your mistake or their mistake or both of yours' mistakes, keeps you from getting the promised rebate? IF so, "mistake" mutual or individual IS a legal reason to avoid the contract. IF you act quickly, you are in your right, legally, to unwind the deal. IF you do not, especially since the contract likely showed the rebate not in it, you will have a TOUGH time getting out. Of course, as an aside, when the battery stops taking much of a charge as the mileage builds up and the heat comes around, you may have yourself a legal lemon and another way to get out, IF they failed to disclose this issue to you? Good luck with it.See question
I had my new car at the dealer for some warranty work when someone stole the hood. They said I'm responsible for making the claim with my insurance. shouldn't they be responsible for repair being they parked it in an unsecured location.
Sorry for your troubles.
The thing is, here, it was in for warranty work. Lemon Law is Warranty Law. Arguably, this vehicle is now (essentially) a lemon, if they cannot get it back to its original condition, which they cannot, by replacing the hood. I'd argue you have claims v. Dealer AND v. manufacturer since this "new" car will never really be "new" again. You should speak to a qualified lemon law attorney asap, to see what s/he thinks.See question
referred a friend to buy a home. real estate agent advised me, after closing i would get a 2% finders fee. verbal agreement. home has closed ecrow. agent refuses to pay. anything i can do?
If I were you, based on the response by Ms. Straus, I'd strongly consider having a nice long TALK (in private) with this person and note, that I thought I was getting "x" I did not get "x" and I want "x." I would strongly consider telling this person orally, that if s/he does not give me "x" as promised, I am going to think strongly about trashing his/her rep online or anywhere you can, for false promises and maybe even reporting him/her to the real estate board. But, this is me, it's hypotheticaly what I might do, and you have to do what you are comfortable doing.See question
Last night when I was driving on the freeway I felt like I got shot in the back of the head and heard a loud explosion. My head rest airbag deployed when I was going 60mph on the fwy in traffic and slammed me in the back of the head hurting me. ...
Sorry for your troubles. You have, assuming all facts are true, a solid case for lemon law, personal injuries and product liability. I would NOT send it to the FCA (Jeep) people right now, as they can "monkey" with it and/or put falsehoods on any repair orders. I would keep it in storage as untouched evidence in your upcoming case. Do not be afraid to contact counsel directly as most of them who are worth their salt will evaluate your matter at no charge to you and if they take the case will do so on a contingency basis. Here's a short video on why you do not want to do this (in lemon law, but applicable to other areas of law) yourself.
Good luck with it.See question
Hello so a few months ago I was driving home from school and pulled a gatorade that had been in my car for a few weeks out from my back seat, opened it while driving and shockingly it exploded, very similar to a small dry ice bomb. Seconds later I...
I do not do personal injury law, but, will change this topic to PI, since that is the type of question you are asking. To me, if YOU left it in a car for weeks, many things could have happened to make your case quite weak. Good luck with this.See question
I live in Southern California. Went to the local car dealership to look at a new car. The car coming out wasn't released or shipped to the dealer. We put a hold on the vehicle with a check, did the paperwork to make sure that we would get approved...
First, ask for the money, in writing. Spell out all surrounding facts, similar to how you did it here on this page. IF dealer refuses to refund the money, then, you may have to resort to the legal world to get your refund. Always make a written record by communicating in writing. Good luck with this.
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