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I HAVE TRIED TO GET A COPY OF MY HYDRAULIC DESIGN FOR MY
I HAVE TRIED TO GET A COPY OF MY HYDRAULIC DESIGN FOR MY SPRINKLER SYSTEM AT MY COMPANY J&J CUSTOM MICA. INC.INSURANCE COMPANY WANTS TO PUT ME IN A HIGH RISK, I HAVE CALLED THE BUILDING CODES TO JUST GET A FRONT COPY OF THE PLAN AND THAT IS WHERE TO FIND INFORMATION. I HAVE BUILT THIS 10 YEARS AGO AND IT ALL PASSED ALL INSPECTIONS. HAVENT CHANGED ANYTHING , I HAVE REACHED OUT TO EAGLE FIRE SPRINKLERS, INC. THE PEOPLE WHO PUT THE SYSTEM IN,HOWEVER NO HELP FOM THEM. PLEASE HELP THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON SINCE APRIL. THANKS, ***** ***** PRES. J&J CUSTOM MICA
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I tried to cancel my timeshare (California) on the last day
I tried to cancel my timeshare (California) on the last day (Saturday) of a 7 day cooling off period.We signed the documents on a Saturday but didn't realize we'd made a mistake until the following Saturday. Unfortunately the post office was closed so even though I sent the letter on Saturday, the postmark is for Monday. They of course denied my cancelation saying it was outside the window. From the National Notary web site I found a explanation that "[if for example] a rescission notice is mailed on Saturday evening...the loan is considered canceled even thought the notice will not be postmarked until Monday."My question is, 1) Do I have a case? 2) Is this sufficient to make a case to get my timeshare cancelled and 3) Is there more formal law language somewhere to make my case?
We paid cash on new condo in Tahoe, CA Developer is taking 4
we paid cash on new condo in Tahoe, CADeveloper is taking 4 mos + to fix serious issues that will cause further damage like NO CAULKING in shower; least to say i have been messaged by Dave Gardner deveopler to breath deep it will take time…
I am renting a unit from another renter who is illegally sub
I am renting a unit from another renter who is illegally sub leasing this place to me. Between myself (downstairs) and another renter her rented out to some other guy upstairs, this tenant is living rent free. I have been a renter for many years now and have always delt with reputable land lords and I have always had my name on the lease. I had to take this place 8 months ago as I am in an expensive resort town, had a job and needed a place that was dog friendly as I was moving from cross state.I paid this guy first, last, and a security which was $3900. I now have a place of my own I am moving into July 1. This upstairs renter acting as my landlord is now threatening to keep all of the deposit saying i am not giving him amble time. Although I have paid for last month's rent ( I have a hand written receipt from him) and had told him July would be my last month here. I have not signed any lease or anything. The real landlords have no idea that I am here and apparently would have an issue with my dog that this renter/landlord has allowed.What roads can I take that could be worth my while legally to get my deposit back? If any at all.
Bought a time share on ebay dollar. At first it was fine but
bought a time share on ebay for 1 dollar. At first it was fine but now fees keep getting higher and higher and I could just rent a room for about 600 less than I pay. Company went bankrupt and is now part of diamond resorts. I want this gone but I don't want to just stop paying for it because I am afraid they can adversely affect my credit. I have tried to surrender it to them but they refuse. I also contacted them about the merger and said I didn't want to be a part of that but again, I had no choice. I looked online and company's offer to take the timeshare for several thousand dollars which I don't want to have to pay. So, can they hurt my credit? Can they hurt me if I just surrender it and don't pay? how can I most easily get rid of this? also, I thought, if nothing else could I transfer this to my 92 year old grandmother and just pay it for her until she passes and thus be rid of it? btw I live in TN but timeshare is in FL
Buyer told my real estate agent he wants some built in
Buyer told my real estate agent he wants some built in cabinetry removed prior to closing. I was not part of the discussion. The contract came to me only as follows: Under exclusions, buyer listed the cabinetry, which is bolted to the walls, as "excluded." No further instructions or conditions listed. My real estate agent, who is the listing agent, tells me I am responsible legally to remove the cabinets, spackle over any damaged wall areas, and paint the walls, remove any debris, etc. prior to closing. Again, the only thing the contract says regarding the cabinets is under the exclusions, where they are listed. Am I legally obliged to remove them, repair the wall and paint the wall? By the way, they are only a year old, really attractive, cost almost $5,000. He just wants to put a big screen TV on that wall. I thin my realtor got a little enthusiastic when negotiating with him. She personally thought they were not in keeping with the style of this resort community, and asked me if we got a really strong offer if I would consider removing them. When showing the home, they did express that they might want to put a TV in that area, and she offered that I would remove them. They later offered a really low price, but since my agent made the suggestion, they expected by putting in "excluded that they would have all traces of the cabinets removed. Being that they have been really demanding and their offer was weak, contingent on selling their home and a low price, with lots of other petty demands, I am not inclined to follow through unless have to legally.,
I live in an hoa...never again. I didn't receive myView more real estate law questions
I live in an hoa...never again. I didn't receive my annual bill for the dues I text the hoa president to ask if they were late sending she said she'd look into it. I finally got my bill my normal hoa fee is 220 it arrived with a shocking new hoa due and an assessment to the hoa fees for the prior year. My new bill was almost 500 so I wanted answers as to detail of what the hoa expenditures have been for 2015 for the assessment placed then I asked for copies of the invoices showing the 2015 expenses. I was told no information is released to homeowners...got to tell you I have a problem with that answer. After much go back and forth they offered for me to go to the management office to review the files, I agreed as long as the hoa paid me by the hour to audit. They refused. I asked why the increase there's roughly 180 homes, 2 ponds with a fountain, few street lights a lawn care mowing service around these small ponds...that's it. The normal hoa due is 220, I paid the normal due because I wasn't notified of an increase or assessment and I've not been given what I as a homeowner requested to determine where our funds are spent. The last time I call my hoa out the treasurer didn't provide the information and sold his house...then a management company takes over and I'm still being told to just pay the bill. On my check it was in the memo by depositing this check my account is paid in full. They cashed it and put a lien on my home for the remainder. Is that legal? Do I have no choice but to pay just because they say pay this bill?