Can a bank repossess a car or sue someone with whom they have a signed contract even though the car owner has a clear title for the car?
YES, the contract is what they sue for unless the car is listed as COLLATERAL for the loan. Then they repo the car and sue ya.
The length of the contract depends on all the terms in the contract itself and the actions of the parties who signed the contract. Unless the contract you signed had an automatic Termination date or the other party did not comply with the terms of the contract, then the contract is probably enforceable. Again, though, it depends on all the language in the contract.http://www.justanswer.com/topics-termination/
I do not know what you mean by the term, "First Contracts". Did you sign more than one contract. A signed contract is binding unless you can prove you signed it under duress. I do not know the answer -- but a contract can have contingencies, and if those conditions are not met, the contract is null and void. Whether a contract with contingencies is called "binding" I'm not sure though.
They signed up. Ancient Rome had recruiting areas just as we do today. In dire times though, a man might be conscripted by having someone from the legion coming to get him. They signed up. Ancient Rome had recruiting areas just as we do today. In dire times though, a man might be conscripted by having someone from the legion coming to get him. They signed up. Ancient Rome had recruiting areas just as we…
Can a used car dealer hold you to a signed contract if the lien holder listed declines you but they say they will in house finance you instead or is a new contract needed?
The dealer cannot require you to accept different terms than those listed on the contract. If you signed a contract for a 5 year loan at 6% interest, they can't change it to a 7 year loan at 20% interest; in that case, you have the right to cancel, since they're not adhering to the original terms. (If they're trying to do this, you should check with an attorney. In some locations, such as California…
If you co-signed for an ex-girlfriend's apartment and she did not pay rent can you be held liable if the landlord sues you for breach of contract even though you did not live there?
If you buy a car and sign a contract then the dealer says he made a mistake ont the contract and wants you to sign another contract can they do that?
No This is called bait and switch If there Representative signed the other contract don't allow them to change it unless there is a big big advantage for you. Get someone else to read it to make sure they haven't: Made you 3 or 4 year payments 5 or 6 years Increased you interest rate Charged you for extended warranty, paint protection, under coating, fabric guard That you did not ask for!!!! These are common…
If a baseball contract is sold to another team does that mean the baseball player wanted to be traded?
Can contracts be void if signed before age of majority even though said person is now age of majority?
Yes, to sign a contract the laws of most countries require that you MUST be an adult AT THE TIME YOU SIGNED IT. This is why there is a date beside the signature. If the person is under the age of majority then the contract is not legally enforceable. There are normally special arrangements for apprenticeships etc.
If you sign a contract for a new car where you and someone else are co-owners even though you don't live together but they show your address as the primary would be considered common law married?
You and someone signed a contract for a car- 1) who is the Primary, cause that's the one who the company will demand and expect payment from. 2) To be considered "Common Law" the female and male must live together for a certain # of months (different in many states IF even recognized) and share bills and lifestyles as well as comingle finances.
Can the bank repossess my car if I default on a separate loan with them even though my car loan with them is current and not in default?
You signed all papers to buy a new car and called 20 hours later to cancel and they said no even though you never took the car off the lot is this legal in Missouri?
There is no federal or state law allowing you to cancel you contract. The 3-day cancellation clause is largely misunderstood. You can, in some specific instances, cancel a contract withing 3 days, but not a car lease or sale. It's assumed that you were of clear and decisive mind before you signed the contract. So essentially, that car is yours.
Not. The reserve clause stated that after a player's contract had expired, the team had the right to 'reserve' the player's services for as long as they desired. If the player and team could not agree on a contract, the player could not go to another team because his current team held exclusive rights to him. This meant players had no free agency and could not get fair market value for their services. Think about…
CAN I BE SUED for breach of contract if i offer to sell my car for a certain price by a certain date and i sell it to someone else before that date even though they accept the offer before the date?
Can car dealership call and want car back because financing didn't go through even though i signed contract?
That doesn't sound right. If you got out the door and the contract was signed already, that sounds legitimate. A lot of times you are the one who decides otherwise and you don't want the car, and come back to undo it, and it can't be done. What's the difference here? If they found something, it sounds like it's too late for them.
In most state you have three days to cancel a contract. The fact that it is custom made might be different though. There should be some wording in your sales contract concerning cancellations and penalties. The cancelation period only applies if the salesman initiated the sale by knocking on your door or approaching you. If you sought out the furniture salesman or maker and signed a contract then there may be no cancellation period unless…
Do I owe back payments for full coverage since a tire on the highway caused 6000.00 damage and my insurance company stated I only have liability even though there is a lien on the car?
No you don't owe any back payments to the insurer for coverage you never had. If you only purchased liability then they will not be paying for the damage you described. It is not a good idea to expect your insurer to have psychic powers when it comes to the coverage you need. They were not present when you signed you financing contract. Your Automobile finance contract required you to obtain full coverage. It is…
Can you fire your current lawyer in your insurance claim for not doing anything even though you signed a contract?
Can you be responsible for a contract signed by your son you were not present at the time nor did you give permission to sign?
Why a system does not belong to the information specialists even though they may do most of the work in developing it?
Does a surviving cohabitant have a claim on the estate after a partner dies even though an agreement had been signed to keep property separate and a will left the estate to a relative.?
No. Well, maybe. Generally speaking, after the callback, multiple people are on avail -- the first choice for the part, the second choice, sometimes even the third and fourth (etc.) choices. If you're on avail, though, it means that NOBODY has booked the job yet. Once someone is confirmed for the date and signed a contract, everyone on avail is generally released.