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My husband and I are moving out of state due to the military and own a home here in WA which we plan to rent out while we're away The property management company Renters Warehouse (a nationwide Co) has provided us with 2 contracts. One to manage o...
The points made by the other persons who have answered are good. I want to add that there are several provisions, other than the ones that may appear to you to need to be revised or stricken. Carefully look for provisions which provide that the law of another state applies to the contract, or that the venue (where the court is located if you have a dispute with the manager), is there an attorney's fee provision, and finally can you terminate the contract on terms acceptable to you without penalty. This is a very important contract and you might be well served if you paid an attorney for an hour of his/her time to review it and answer your questions. Finally, make sure you have obtained references for this company, preferably references from people with property in the same county as your house.See question
We signed a contract with a particular finance company and then received a denial letter from said finance company. We also signed a condition of financing agreement where it is stated that we were to be notified within 4 business days if financi...
Did you take delivery of the car? If so, did you return the car when you were notified that the financing was not approved.? You may well not have a deal if it was in fact subject to financing, but you do not get to keep the car and not pay for it. You also do not have to agree to a new deal. Why don't you return to the dealership and either return the car (possibly subject to a charge if you put a lot of miles on it) or sign a new contract to purchase the car. Your comment does not indicate the dealer is insisting you sign a new contract. More information is needed before you deiced to complain to the attorney general.See question
My son took my vehicle 2 a local tire company 2 get tires rotated; my son left & got about 2 miles down the road & when my son got n the turning lane the passenger side wheel came off..
While you may need to hire an attorney, before you do that, why not contact the owner of manager of the tire shop and tell them what happened and the cost of repairing your vehicle and renting a replacement, if you had to rent a replacement, especially if your son was not injured. It may well be that the business is a reputable business that in interested in taking care of an employee's error. If you get no where, let the business owner know that the next communication will be from your attorney.See question
I recently submitted an application online for an auto loan.I was contacted by several dealerships stating that they recieved my application and they would love to get me in a car.I decided on a dealership and went in.My salesman told me he only ...
If the dealership cannot resolve the matter in a manner acceptable to you, you should consider contacting an attorney who handles consumer complaints and consult with the attorney. Be sure to bring a copy of all paperwork with you. You might also want to contact your state attorney general and file a complaint there: http://oag.ca.gov/contact/consumer-complaint-against-business-or-company There are many issues involved which are very important to you.See question
The company I have previously worked for as a sub contractor (1099) is motioning for a preliminary injunction with a trial date set for Sept 2015. They are using a Sublicensee agreement that I signed, the agreement never was fulfilled and I declin...
There are way too many significant legal issues involved. You need to hire an attorney who is experienced in handling non-competition/non-disclosure agreements. You should not attempt to represent yourself in this important matter.See question
Since I have not taken physical possession how would that work if I wanted to back out
I recommend you review the attorney general's site: http://www.ncdoj.gov/Consumer/Automobiles/Buying-a-New-Car.aspx and call them if you have any questions. Note the section referenced states: " Remember, the contract is binding. Make sure the contract states that you can void the agreement and get your down payment back if the dealer does not meet any part of the agreement. Unless the contract specifically says otherwise, you can’t cancel it once you and the dealer have signed" Check with a local consumer attorney if you do not wish to contact the attorney general's office. And if all else fails, call the dealer and explain why you do not wish to purchase the vehicle.See question
Put trailer up for sale with park.they want me to leave the title with them.I don't know what to?they sead they would send me the money if it sales ?
Not a good idea. Give them an authorization to solicit offers, or a consignment agreement that clearly defines the terms to your agreement with the owner of the park.See question
2 days later changed mind and now there saying it non-refundable and they have to talk to the accountant on Monday. I'm getting the run around. Is this legal to keep my money ?
Difficult to answer without seeing any documents that may have been emailed to you as they may well govern the deposit. Also, what did the website indicate, if you were buying off a website? If nothing indicated that the deposit was nonrefundable, you may have a good claim. You should consult with a local attorney who can review the documents, etc.. if you make a demand and the charge is not reversed. Also, do not forget you may well have a right to contest the charge and you do so by contacting your credit card company.See question
i financed a $16,000 yukon that is infested with roaches from a local dealership i called them 2 weeks after i bought the car and they said they would bomb it they have bombed it twice and the roaches are still there. i bought the car as is with a...
You need to immediately contact an atty who handles consumer matters, preferably one familiar with your state laws on sale of automobiles. You might also contact your state consumer office. http://www.consumer.sc.gov/consumer/ComplaintInstructions/Pages/default.aspx
Be sure to document your complaint with photos and other records you have.
I signed contract for a car 1 1/2 weeks ago, now the car dealership is requesting I come sign a new contract "as the bank changed the terms due to my job time' I said no I would like my down payment back, was informed if I didnt sign I would just ...
I agree you should consult with an attorney, but would add you need to make sure it is an attorney who is famiilar with the laws applicable to dealerships in your state, since many states have laws applicable to situations like yours where a contract may or may not have been conditional, and your rights if the bank turns down the contract. It would be unusual for you to nothave a right to not do the deal and have to agree to a new contract . So , call the general manager of the dealership and ask why you cannot get your car back and cancel the deal, and if they refuse to do so, tell him you will be seeking to find an attorney who can help you.See question