You need a blockbuster account to rent, or you need to be authorized on someone else's account. If you already have an account or are authorized on someone else's account, you can show photo I.D. if you don't have the card.
no unless you tell the account holder to tell them "add" you as an authorized person.
There is something amiss here. An authorized user is not responsible for the account. You cannot be sued without being notified. So, you must have received a summons by some means. Unless they were unable to find you, then there would have been a public notice in the paper. If the lien is a result of you being an authorized user, rather than a joint account holder it is invalid. It will not "go away" until you contact the court where the judgment was issued and get things straightened out. ASAP
Checking accounts are levied by means of a court ordered judgment. Most bank account levies are good for a period of thirty days and then must be renewed through the court. In some states the levy depending upon what it is for can remain on the account until the amount of the judgment has been collected. The holder of the account cannot have the levy removed without filing a petition with the court where the creditor received the judgment. For the levy to be suspended or ceased the judgment debtor/account holder must present evidence for "just cause". Such evidence might be that the funds in the account are not subject to seizure because they are of exempt status, such as Social Security or public assistance benefits.
A Prayer for Judgment Continued (PJC) is a finding of guilt without an entry of judgment for a criminal or traffic offense. A Prayer for Judgment Continued is a judge-granted remedy that is unique to North Carolina and may not be recognized by other states. However, a judge is not authorized to grant a PJC for a Driving While Impaired (DWI).
Not unless the creditor has a judgment order and executes it as a bank levy.
You can't satisfy a judgment for restitution without paying. That is the exact opposite of what the judgment is for. You can only erase a judgment by satisfying it.
Because it is the 5th article of faith and you can't call yourself a Muslim without believing in the Day of Judgment.
no because you don't have a twitter account yourself
The only way your bank account can be garnished--is if there is an court order. If they took you to court and receive a judgment against you, yes they can garnish your wages. Also, if you were summon to court but did not show up, it will be judgment by default and your wages and bank account can be garnised.
No. The custodial parent or state child support agency would need to file suit, obtain a judgment and then use the judgment to levy the obligated parent's bank account, or the account holder would need to voluntarily allow withdrawal of funds. A judgment is not necessary for an obligated parent's tax refund (state or federal) to be seized for back child support.
The following people are authorized to take money out of your bank account:You - Since you are the owner of the bank account you are always authorized to take money out of your account without any preconditionsJoint holders of the account if the account is a joint account.Anyone who has your ATM Card and PIN number (Though you are supposed to keep your card and pin number safely and not share it with anyone, technically someone who has possession of your card and the correct PIN number can take money from your account)Anyone who has a check signed by you with their name as the payee can cash that check against your account although they are not actually taking money out of your account.Any bank or loan institution with whom you have a standing arrangement whereby they can debit your monthly installment for loan repayment directly from your bank account.Anyone who has the legal power of attorney provided by you.Any judgment creditor can have a lien placed on your account and take the funds to satisfy the lien.Your funds can be taken to satisfy child support arrears.
By passing judgment without knowledge of what your judging. But then again who are we to pass judgment?
You can make a deposit into anyones account whether you are on it or not, but you have to be on the account to make withdrawls and to switch funds around. It is not legal for anyone to take funds from your account unless authorized in writing or in person
Nope because they have to remember you
No, you can't....you need to sign in or create an account because you have to have some source of money.
Credit card companies are usually responsive ONLY to the primary card holder. They generally will not speak to, or honor requests from authorized users.
This is usually not possible. You should check with your bank for details on their specific procedures because every bank is different. However, most banks will require you to close the account and open a new one - removing just one person is not possible. This is to remove any confusion that could occur as a result of removing someone from an account. The only times a person can be removed from an account are typically due to death or if the account is a business and an authorized signer needs to be removed for business needs.
Because they want to hahahahahah :)
How a judgment can be enforced on a joint marital bank or any joint account depends upon how the account is identified. The status of such will be noted in the original application for opening an account at the specified financial institution. In Florida bank accounts (savings and checking) belonging to a married couple are considered by default as held as Tenancy By The Entirety. This means both spouses are sole owners of the funds and one may do whatever they choose with such without the permission of the other spouse. It aslo means that if one spouse is the named judgment debtor the account cannot be levied by a judgment creditor. Please note, having such protection is automatic under banking law, but the account holder is responsible for notifying the court and supplying required documentation of the account(s) exemption from judgment attachment.
Yes, if the debtor is a named party on the account the funds held in the account can be attached. The only way to avoid this is to close the account completely and reopen an account without the debtor on it. I have heard that it is even best to seek a completely different bank, to avoid errors from occurring.
Summary judgment is a legal term. When a court enters a judgment for a party against another party without a full trial, this is called a summary judgment.
Yes. Banks reserve the right to freeze funds to wait for checks and other items to clear the account. They often do this when you ask for the account to be closed. They can also do this when they receive an order from a court or other official to garnish the account, such as in the case of a judgment, child support order, tax lien seizure, federal or state-ordered property seizure under drug forfeiture laws, and probate court in the event that you have died without benefit of a will.
It is impossible to sign into any website without having an account for that website. This is because the term "signing in" implies that you already have an account on the website and you are logging into it.
No. An authorized user is like a visiting guest in a house. You're able to use all the amenities, but you're not responsible for the mortgage. Only a joint holder on the account -- that is, someone who opened and signed responsibility for the account with another person -- can be held liable for the charges made by the other joint holder.