Can you take your employer to court for unpaid tuition reimbrusment?
Well, you can certainly take them to court. It might not do much to further your career with that company! And as most such agreements are 'at employer's discretion' it might be very hard to enforce.
Only under court order.
Can an employer refuse to deduct and remit child support from an employee who has a court order to have wages garnished by the employer?
No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order. No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order. No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order… Read More
Call your city's court clerk, then your county's court clerk.
Yes they can!!!!!!!!!!!!!
court fines from 1992 in Washington state
A judgment is a debt that is legally owed by a debtor. It is a court ordered payment demand. An unpaid judgment is a judgment that has not been resolved.
An obligor who misses a court appearance might be ordered to pay for college tuition. If the obligee misses that appearance, it is unlikely that the court would enter such an order.
Take them to court.
Yes, by an order of the court.
Pay it or face the consequences. Contact the Court Clerk of your local traffic court for information as to how to go about it.
Yes, a court can compel an employer to provide copies of your W-2 forms. The court can also order your employer to deduct a certain portion of your pay for child support before you are paid the remainder.
None. It's a debt to the court and there is no limit on the time they have to collect or how long they can hold you license suspended if it remains unpaid.
Yes, unless it was it was supposed to have been done as the result of a court order. Then it can be prosecuted as Contempt of Court.
That depends on what you mean by "served to appear in court". If you received a summons and complaint on an unpaid bill, you are required to file a written answer to the complaint and file it within a certain time period. You will not be summoned to appear in court in the same way that you would have to appear on a traffic ticket that requires a court appearance. Of course, on the unpaid… Read More
Yes. If you let them in your house to retrieve the unpaid appliance. Otherwise they have to take you to court. I love collecting from deadbeats like you though. : )
If you have the appropriate court order, yes.
What was the subject of the charge against shakespeare which was referred to court of the bishop of Winchester?
Not just in Pennsylvania, but in all states, the lienholder or lender can sue for the unpaid balance under the Fair Debts Collections Practices Act. This will cause the unpaid balance to grow as court costs and legal fees can and are often added.
The unpaid ticket causes the court to issue a warrant for your arrest. It's unlikely that California would extradite you from Texas for an unpaid traffic ticket, but if you go back to California, you are subject to arrest at any time.
If you lent your employer money and were laid off, you ask your employer for your money back! If you do not get it back you sue him in a court of law.
A creditor can not go to the bank themselves and do it, but if they go to court and get a court ordered lien - yes, it can be.
With a court ordered lien, yes they can.
A creditor may (but is not required to) issue a garnishment as soon as a judgment becomes final (10 days in general sessions court or 30 days for circuit or chancery court). After an employer receives notice of the garnishment, the employer has 30 days to answer. The employer will then begin withholding wages and sending them to the court.
There is no limitation on the collection of unpaid debts. Furthermore if the debt was awarded by judgement of a court: the statute for limitation of a judgement is twenty (20) years.
A person can pay an unpaid speeding ticket at the courthouse in the county the ticket was given in. If the person has missed the court date, their license may be revoked for non payment.
After the foreclosure of the first mortgage the second mortgage is wiped out as an encumbrance against the property but remains an unpaid debt against the mortgagor. The creditor can sue in civil court. After the foreclosure of the first mortgage the second mortgage is wiped out as an encumbrance against the property but remains an unpaid debt against the mortgagor. The creditor can sue in civil court. After the foreclosure of the first mortgage… Read More
According to Georgia law, if a person has unpaid speeding tickets they will get a suspended license. The person may also have to go to jail on a bench warrant if they missed court.
You may need legal help in collecting on an unpaid debt for car repair. You may be able to go to small claims court and get help in collecting on this.
If your court date has not passed yet, or the ticket has not yet been reported to the Motor Vehicle Office as unpaid, then yes you can renew your license.
Oddly enough, an unpaid parking ticket does not have a statute of limitations. This is because of two reasons: it is a noncriminal offense for which the only sanction is a fine. Parking tickets, however, in Florida, are under the jurisdiction of the municipality that regulates the space for which you got ticket. The other reason there is no statute of limitations is because when the ticket is unpaid it becomes a judicial case, normally… Read More
Yes, if it is just an inquiry. The employer cannot, however disregard an order from the court.
If it was towed for unpaid tickets, the court would have had to order the towing. In VA, all cars that are towed must be reported to the police.
No. Only a judge (or a representative of the court) may issue a warrant for someone's arrest. Unpaid loans eventually end up in civil court whereby the lender hopes for a judgment to be given in their favor (driving the borrower to pay the debt).
Yep, sure can. Unless you have a written agreement that they can't. This one has gone to court and the employer won.
Contact Indiana DMV -or- the Clerk of the Court for the county in which the tickets were issued.
If it is done via a court order, yes.
Yes if they are awarded a judgment in court.
No, not without the order of a federal court judge.
Is it legal for an employer to charge a fee for taking court ordered child support deductions out of your check?
I'm sure it's LEGAL, but I don't know if I would like my employer for doing that. On the other hand, most employers do not appreciate the extra effort involved in dealing with court orderd attachments to wages. By not taking care of your obligations you have placed an additional burden on your employer, they're just letting you know that they aren't happy about it. Having child support deducted from an employee's wages can be… Read More
In most cases an employer has to have a court order indicating whom is collecting and for what amount. The IRS is the only entity I know of that can force the garnishment of wages without a court order. The employer cannot garnish wages just because it wants to without warrant. If you owe the employer money, they would need to take all legal proceedings against you through the court systems. Department education, ssa, and… Read More
not in any state. court fees are what they are. if they go unpaid for long than a warrant can be issued and you can be arrested. should the word "than" be changed to time?
Contact the court. They want to get your money, not to put you in jail.
They are permanant unless you get arrested and take care of your fine and court costs.
Social Security cannot be garnished by ordinary creditors. It can be garnished: - for unpaid child support or alimony. - for court-ordered victim restitution. - to collect unpaid federal taxes or other debts to the government.
Type your answer here... In Virginia unpaid traffic convictions from a District Court remain collectible for 10 years from date of conviction and, if not paid, remain on your driving record the entire time. If you appeal your conviction to a Circuit Court and are again convicted you have added substantially to your court cost and doubled the collection and retention period to 20 years. Unless you have a good defense do not appeal a… Read More
Is it legal in Oklahoma for a former employer to tell a inquiring new employer you were fired for coming to work intoxicated when it was never proven?
AN employer which honestly reports, "We fired Jim for arriving drunk" has not lied about you. Only lying about you could be defamation. The issue to a court is not whether you were intoxicated, ONLY whether the employer sincerely believed you were drunk. Think they DON'T believe you were? Think you can PROVE in court they didn't believe it? You will not be asked whether you WERE drunk, only how you prove the employer didn't… Read More
Do not ignore it. Go to court. They can not put you in jail for owing money but they can for contempt of court. Explain you problem to the judge and he'll help you unless you do this all the time.
employees called off a strike and go to court to save the job and funds.
Unpaid employees are priority unsecured bankruptcy claims up to approximately 10,000.
There aren't any such SOL's on a court ordered fine and sentence.