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  1. adjusterjack

    Nuisance neighbor/drug den in neighborhood with an HOA

    I don't see any issue with distributing copies of the public documents WITHOUT COMMENT (no cover letter, no signature, no opinions, no recommendations, no return address on the envelope, no nothing), just the documents. Let the 150 homeowners draw their own conclusions and make their own decisions. Just make sure none of those "public" documents have your name on them. In other words, if you made a complaint all you've made are unproven allegations which might give rise to grounds for a lawsuit. Of what? When most people write that they have "proof" they often don't. Example: You have photos of a guy coming up to her house and handing her a plastic bag of white powder. She hands him money. Is that "proof" that she is dealing drugs? No. It's a suspicion. If you voice that suspicion it's an unproven allegation. He could have picked up some baking soda for her at the store and she is reimbursing her. You would have no way of knowing unless the contents were analyzed in a lab. Or: You have photos of cops coming to her house 50 times in a year. All that proves is that cops came to her house 50 times in a year. Was she convicted and jailed as a result of any of those visits? No? If you had any real proof of crimes being committed she'd be in jail. Don't count on that. Lawyers can take a defamation case on a contingency. I'm not saying you don't have a problem neighbor, I'm just suggesting that you be careful about what you say.
  2. None of that makes any sense. Answer the following. A collision quote for what? Why did State Farm Send it to you? What was the DATE that you were sent the quote? Bell what? Owe $12,000 for what? What was the DATE that you were sent the bill. Once you clear all that up, we'll go from there.
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    Bankruptcy of Ponzi

    Then they should just put that money aside and not spend it until everything is resolved.
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    Reporting Hours

    That's easy. Dear Employees, report your hours on time or be fired. Period.
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    Fence

    Have a little patience. No need to post the same message every few hours. Your other thread has been reported for deletion. Have you been served a summons and complaint?
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    Is the eviction process neccessary??

    Agree. The GA LT statute does appear to treat Carol as a tenant: https://law.justia.com/codes/georgia/2017/title-44/chapter-7/article-1/section-44-7-1/ It appears that, statutorily, Bob would need to go to court and get a Writ of Possession before he can have Carol's belongings disposed of: https://law.justia.com/codes/georgia/2017/title-44/chapter-7/article-3/section-44-7-55/
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    Cash loan default

    This is not a criminal matter so the threat of the state pressing charges is BS and likely a violation of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA): https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/rules/rulemaking-regulatory-reform-proceedings/fair-debt-collection-practices-act-text What they CAN do, however, is sue you in civil court for the debt. Ohio, unfortunately, has a very long statute of limitations for a lawsuit based on a written contract (8 years) and they still have time left. https://law.justia.com/codes/ohio/2017/title-23/chapter-2305/section-2305.06/ So, yeah, you still have to pay if you don't want to get sued. That has nothing to do with the item being on your credit report or not.
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    move during court case

    Is who you need to talk to about this.
  9. adjusterjack

    inequality with foster parents

    Justice for what? Your son is an adult. Nobody can "force" him to resemble an African American.
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    Evil step father

    It's rather obvious that you aren't going to get justice or money out of the low life, no matter what you do. Forcing the sale of the house through the courts could take months and if you don't have money for a lawyer that's a non-starter. If you need money quickly I suggest you start a Go Fund Me account and tell your story on facebook and seek donations. Your story is sad enough to get some sympathy and dollars.
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    Co-signer on auto loan

    The reality is that you don't. You were doomed the minute you co-signed for somebody who was "having trouble getting a vehicle." I'm surprised that the car hasn't been repossessed yet.
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    Rezoning One year after remodeling Rv Park

    Ditto. Lawyer up.
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    Sellers contractor lied to them, I bought the lie

    You're kind of between a rock and a hard place. You bought the house a year or more ago. The AC was presumably working when you bought the house. If you had a home inspection that just verified that the AC was working at the time and didn't question the invoice provided by the seller I doubt you have any claim against the seller. As for the amount that you can recover, that's the $1500 for the repair cost and permit and I'm not even sure you would win on that, certainly not the cost of a new system.
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    Sellers contractor lied to them, I bought the lie

    Sorry, but you have no case. The seller provided you with in invoice showing he purchased the unit in 2016. You relied on that invoice. You have no case against the seller. You did not purchase the unit from the contractor so you have no case against the contractor and the invoice itself is truthful about the installation date. You never questioned the individual items so that's on you. My guess is that the bonding company will deny your claim outright. All you can do is find the warranties from the manufacturers of the components and hope that the warranties apply to all subsequent owners and start running as of the date of the installation. When you get them read them carefully because if they do apply to you they are often void if you don't have the AC serviced annually. Otherwise, you've got nothing against anybody. Besides, the idea that you've got over $10,000 in damages is ludicrous. The AC is working.
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