Can property liens be filed against the defendants in class action lawsuits?
You never know how many people are facing the same problem with a product or service. The ones who start a Class Action usually get the bigger chunk of the settlement. Came across this: SueEasy.com Apparently you can start a Class Action and if others join.. A class action lawsuit can easily be formed.
Need more info. What type of class action lawsuits? Securities? Employment?
A class action lawsuit is a lawsuit in which one firm represent many different clients in the same claim. They are usually taken out against larger companies as they can bare more weight than a single person lawsuit. Perhaps the most famous class action lawsuits were those in the late 1990's against big tobacco companies. The article below goes into more detail regarding class action lawsuits.
Can a judgment be assessed on an individual with no income other than social security and only asset is his home?
Yes. A judgment can be entered against a defendant but whether or not it can be enforced is another matter. Defendants of civil suits are allowed to protect a certain amount of personal (clothing, household goods, investments, etc.) and real property (houses, land, etc.). Social Security benefits of all types are exempt from creditor action. The judgment creditor can in most instances place a lien against any real property held by the judgment debtor. The… Read More
A class action lawsuit is a lawsuit that several people file against one person or entity. So, this often applies to cases in which a product harms many people and the harmed form the defense. Such as with the high profile tobacco lawsuits. The article below lists the different types of class action lawsuits.
A class action attorney is an attorney that works on behalf of a group of individuals that share a common lawsuit against the same company. Class action lawsuits can only be deemed class action if they are certified through a court.
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure § 23 is the general rule for class-action lawsuits, and § 19 (d) is the exception for Class Action lawsuits to required joinder of parties.
For the same cause of action a single suit will lie and the two parties sued against shall be called defendants.
Noteworld is a money mover. I don't believe so. Any dealings I have had with them have been upfront and honest.
Yes, if the owner of the property granted a mortgage and then failed to pay it.
In some instances a private citizen can sue a federal agency. But, as in all lawsuits the action must be specific, such as a suit against HUD, not the "federal government" in general.
Don't get too hopeful. The class action lawsuit has been going on for years now. Swift Transportation has more lawyers than those in the class action lawsuit can afford to hire, and better ones, too. They can drag that thing out for as long as they want.
"We were following orders"
Get a great class action defense lawyer. When interviewing a class action lawyer, ask about his or her direct experience in class action lawsuits. Class action lawsuits can have many lawyers listed as being "on" the case. But only a few will actually have the day-to-day responsibility of running the case and advising clients. Good luck.
If you have the pink Dexcool antifreeze in it then that is the reason. You can go on the web and there are several class action lawsuits against General Motors concerning the issue.
what can a stillborn cholds estate do regards to lawsuits? In most states, a wrong death and survivial action can be brought to court.
George S. May uses a contractual process that is hard to beat legally. It has been perfected over 80 years and is so air tight when one of their own stole it (read IPA) they couldn't stop him from using it. George S. May will threaten legal action constantly against those who realize the SCAM and try to cancel the Go Ahead. The only way to stop this outfit is to not take their calls… Read More
Most law offices will handle class action lawsuits. Lawyers like to make money. If they get enough people then the more money they will make. The Yellow Pages offer a wide variety of lawyers.
If you sell a boat and the buyer stops paying and won't return the property what is the process to follow to get your property back?
Lawsuits are handled either in Small Claims, Circuit or District Court, depending on the resident state and the type of suit action. Calling the court house that is within the jurisdiction (city or county) will help you get the information you need.
Generally, there is no maximum number of class action lawsuits you can be involved in. In securities class actions, there are some prohibitions on the number of cases you can be a "lead plaintiff" in under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act. Good luck.
as of august 2009, no
It's called repossession. The lender owns the property, the homeowner is making payments.
Yes. The judgment creditor can also file an Abstract of Judgment against property owned by the debtor in another state if the action is warranted.
Perhaps, it depends upon the laws of the state in which the property is located. In the majority of US states it is possible for a lien holder of real property to petition the court for a forced sale of the property in question.
If you are in default on your property taxes the municipality can record a tax taking against your property and commence an action to take possession of your property. Even if you pay up at that point there will be costly fees, interest and charges added to what you originally owed.
It came from the factory with Dexcool. At the present there are several class action lawsuits against Gm for using Dexcool as it will get like red clay if subjected to air. I suggest you us the green antifreeze.
You will be notified when the debt is due. You will be notified when the debt is overdue or in default. You will be notified the creditor is taking further action. You will be notified if a creditor takes you to court. You will be notified if the creditor wins a judgment against you. You will know throughout the process that your creditor is taking legal steps to collect money you owe. Generally, you will… Read More
Motion for extension of time or motion for enlargement of time
Class actions are lawsuits filed in civil courts on behalf of large groups of persons who have suffered injury. One common class action is a security class action, in which a lawsuit is filed on behalf of all investors in a particular stock, bond, or investment. Another common class action is a consumer class action, which usually is filed on behalf of consumers who have been injured or defrauded by a defective or malfunctioning product.
This is the right to a fair trial or hearing before you can be imprisoned or your property taken or others sanctions imposed against you. The exact due process depends on what action is taken against you.
There are 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte, 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte. There are 1,048,576 kilobytes in a gigabyte. (Unless you ask a computer manufacturer, in which case there are 1,000,000 kilobytes in a gigabyte, but that's why they have had class action lawsuits filed against them)
If personal property is not asked for but money is in a small claims action can that property be repossessed?
(Assuming you are the defendant) If the plaintiff is awarded a judgment against you, and you do not satisfy the judgment in full, the plaintiff may file for a writ of execution on the personal property. The personal property can then be sold at a public sale to help pay for the judgment.
How does water get to the leaves in the tops of the tallest trees against the force of gravity Name property responsible for this and explain how it works.?
Capillary action & osmotic pressure.
Without knowing something more about the case and court action, an opinion cannot be offered.
Usually certain personal injury attorneys. Handling a class action lawsuit can be a pretty huge task. Instead of one individual to represent, it can be anywhere from a few to hundreds or thousands. The article below talks about the advantages of such lawsuits despite the setbacks. But basically any PI attorney that does take on class action lawsuits will list that they do on their websites.
No, there are plenty of laws and regulations that address overhead and profit. Contractors charge it and insurance companies pay it. That's the nature of the beast. The insurance company that doesn't pay it is not only an exception to the rule but runs the risk of breach of contract and bad faith lawsuits as well as sanctions by insurance departments. There has been much litigation against insurance companies that mess around with overhead and… Read More
Personal Injury Protection No, Personal Injury covers bodily injuries. It would not invoke over a property line dispute. Answer A confusing question. Homeowners insurance will protect in a general sense for any negligence against an 'insured'. The action brought would need to meet certain criteria under the homeowners policy to trigger coverage - namely an "occurrence" causing bodily injury or property damages - property line dispute is fairly vague - if a fence building on… Read More
Yes. If the couple live in a community property state both might be subject to legal action. All property held by a marital couple in a community property state would be subject to judgment attachment. In other states what action could be taken against joint marital property and/or assets would depend upon how the property is titled and the laws of the resident state or the state where the accident occurred.
Class action settlements benefit a group of people. They can be for a variety of reasons and there are a variety of types of class action lawsuits. Perhaps the most common types of product liability cases.
Florida's five year statute of limitations on contract lawsuits. Fla. Stat. § 95.11(2)(b) requires that "[a] legal or equitable action on a contract, obligation, or liability founded on a written instrument…" must be commenced within five years.
How do you stop a local appointed civil servant from filing frivolous lawsuits against me which he uses to harass and starve me out of business?
Take legal advice on this one. He could be served with a court injunction. Or alternatively a lawyer could write to him and warn him that if he persists, legal action will be taken.
If your friend is on a house loan with you and you pay the payment every month on time but he is filing bankruptcy could they still take the house from you?
The deed to the property is what determines ownership and what action can be taken against the property during bankruptcy or the execution of judgment.
No. You cannot legally owe money to yourself.
Is it against the law to keep a person's personal property after first inviting them to live at your home then forcing the person to leave your home?
The homeowner has no right to keep her tenant's property unless there was an agreement giving her that right. The tenant could file an action in small claims court to have the property returned.
What if you live in a community property state and on spouse owned property before the marriage if they divorce what are the spouses rights?
Property owned prior to marriage is not considered community property unless it was converted to community property by some action by the parties. Property owned prior to marriage is not considered community property unless it was converted to community property by some action by the parties. Property owned prior to marriage is not considered community property unless it was converted to community property by some action by the parties. Property owned prior to marriage is… Read More
A debtor state is a state that will not garnish wages or place leans on homes in the case of unpaid debts/bills ! There is not such a thing as a "debtor state" there are states that are considered "debtor friendly" rather than "creditor friendly" meaning that the states have existing laws that favor the debtor rather than the creditor when it relates to bankruptcy and lawsuits for monies owed. This does not necessarily mean… Read More
Baking is an action, not a property.
You would need to bring an action in court and obtain a judgment against the owner. The judgment could be recorded in the land records and would perfect your lien against the property.
Everest college does have on campus classes in certain states, but you should do some serious research before going to Everest. Recently angry former students have taken out a number of class action lawsuits against the school saying that it misrepresented its accreditation, transferability of credits, and even tuition prices. Basically, lots of people were left with "degrees" from Everest that were essentially useless. The whole thing is pretty crazy and I imagine they are… Read More
What happens when a creditor does not file a proof of claim for a secured debt in a bankruptcy case?
A secured creditor does not need to file a such a claim, the lien against the property is sufficient proof. Generally the lien holder/lender will ask for the automatic stay to be lifted so foreclosure or repossession action can continue or be implemented against the property. In a chapter 7 bankruptcy the borrower must be able to reaffirm the secured debt to avoid recovery or litigation action from the lender.
What legal action can be taken to collect from someone that has a judgment against them in small claims?
It varies by state, but post judgment remedies generally include garnishments, levies, and attachment to property.