One claim in particular was a dentist suing his patient in Small Claims. The guy refused to pay. So the defendant (patient) comes in and turns out to be well-spoken and articulate and he shows me how the dentist botched some dental work which he then had to go get a second dentist to fix. Some of the details are hazy…
I have starred your comment for obvious reasons.
Suing the government is rarely worth the effort. Especially over a $400 claim. Chalk it up to experience.
Your state requires you to have a copy of the license of the seller? I’ve never heard that before.
The running of someone else’s writing under the journalist’s byline? I’ve seen it a lot, more recently. I suspect it is because of the volume output required of some of these people. Talk to anyone who provides content these days to sites that have a lot of updates and they will tell you that it is almost humanly…
It’s not a problem in the least. It’s the easiest way to fact check. I’ve interviewed someone and then asked them to read my draft. If they suggest I change something because it’s wrong, I change it. If they suggest I change it because they simply don’t like what I’ve written I leave it.
Sounds like a decent argument to me. Try it and see what happens. And if you lose I’d strongly suggest you take it up a level. Why not.
Not sure which specific issues you are referring to. If you bought a car that way and the title showed a lien, the lien would not be affected by your document. The lien is between the other parties and if they could simply sign it away like that then the lien would have no value.
Explain to me how I could coherently discuss the concept of “loud” WITHOUT mentioning the Allman Brothers.
I’ve always been baffled by those walls which get holed somehow. I’ve lived in a variety of places (houses I’ve owned, houses I’ve rented, condos I’ve owned and condos I’ve rented) and I have yet to put a hole in a wall - other than a small one to put up a picture. And those can be fixed so easily that my landlords…
I thought most states required you to get some kind of permit to allow you to drive unlicensed with a licensed driver. But if he was licensed in another state, don’t most states simply allow you to walk in and take a written test for the license? I haven’t taken a driving test since I was 16 and I’ve been licensed in…
What state are you in?
Yes, they often downplay what the real problems were or how serious they were.
Those are evidence. If someone chooses to believe them is the question. I know for a fact that there are guys who will help you fake all of those things.
That could work. The real issue always is what your home state thinks of this. Remember that while you know the facts of what you have done, they do not. So when you show up with a Montana-registered vehicle, they might assume you are doing the scam described in the article. You can then explain what you did. Who…
Depends on what state you are in but I’m not sure what could happen if someone got a hold of your expired plates. Many people throw them away. Same thing: Someone could take them and use them but so what?
And some banks purposely run the checks through in descending size. So they will do the largest checks first, making sure to cause as many checks to bounce as possible. They do it specifically to hit the customer with fees.
Why would it be less? The ATM “protection” is per incident as well.
Call around. Prices vary.
One way to do it is to contact a local attorney and have them go in for you. It CAN be done but it might cost you.