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%DETAILS%. Answer . it could go either way. It will say "included in BK" if you included it and repo if you did not..
Yes. You can file suit as a plantiff or be the defendant in a suit which results in a judgment against you. This information, like all public records, is picked up by third party vendors who then report them to the credit bureaus. A consumer can send information regarding themselves, such as disposi…tions or proof of payment, to the credit bureaus. I do not know what response you would get if you sent legal information on someone other than yourself. ( Full Answer )
The first step if you do not have a reporting account with the credit bureaus is to file a civil suit against them and win. (Be advised that the "and win" part is not guaranteed, going to court is never predictable.) If you have a judgment the next step is to try and collect, if they will not pay …then the answer is to file what is called a "Transcript" against them with your civil court. In NY state at least this involves visiting the court where you won your judgment paying a fee and having them sign a document allowing you to file the transcript. You then go to the clerks office and pay another fee where they will record and report to all three major credit bureaus by name. (You do not need a Social Security Number.) In the mean time you have to sit back and wait for the person to apply for some type of credit, at which time they will be denied until they have showed a satisfaction of the judgment. You can collect interest from the time of filing to the date of paying, along with the fees you incurred to file the transcript. Once paid you must report that it was paid to the clerk's office, or you will be fined. (Please note: I am only talking about my specific situation, I'm not sure that it will work in your state or locality. If the above doesn't work you may want to look up and try an information subpoena, where the person who lost is required to send data about where to collect the debt, or they will be held in contempt of court. That is when they will probably know you're serious.) ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIt depends upon the type of BK filed and the time span between the filing or discharge of the BK and the winning/payment of the monies.
nothing will happen but if you felt the need to then you should probably do it.
You can't, Police reports are confidential. especially in ongoing cases still under investigation. the police are not allowed to release any information on who filed or why.
Every person who was driving a vehicle involved in an collision on public/private property. It has to be filed within 10 days of collision.
Call your local police department and tell them you want to make out an accident report. An officer will come to you and get your information. be honest, it's the best way.
I believe this might be lying to an officer of the court or lying to a police officer, but it might also fall under fraud or perjury. If it was a federal court, it might also fall under lying to a federal police officer -- remember Martha Stewart? I'd bet that nearly ALL of these charges could be… leveled in some circumstances. There could also be charges of federal mail fraud if it cross state lines. I'm not a lawyer, so these are all guesses. Either a District Attorney, prosecutor, or a criminal defense attorney should be able to provide more details.\n. \nIt really depends on where you are and who you are. If you're a police officer, filing a false report is generally a misdeameanor and you will not be found guilty. On the other hand, if you don't have a good lawyer, you might find yourself guilty of a misdeameanor and in jail for a few days. ( Full Answer )
In order to hire a collections agency to collect a debt for you, you contact their office and ask fill out the forms they have for you. To decide which firm to hire, you should do some research first, such as ask the small claims court which they would recommend, and ask around at various small busi…nesses in your area. Do a computer check on them also. You should read the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act in order to know what they are allowed and not allowed to do. ( Full Answer )
A doctor is required by law to file an incident report if he feels an injury was sustained during an illegal activity, an assault, or physical abuse. For instance, all gunshot wounds must be reported so they can be traced.
Police file reports right after the offense has occurred. Thepolice reports are there so records can be found about theoffenses.
Police should file a report on request. It is not their decision whether to prosecute or not - that decision rests with a prosecuting authority - attorney general or equivalent. Take the names of the police staff who refuse. Ask for their police ID and copy the details on it. Try to take pict…ures of them - use your cellphone. Get witnesses to the refusal. If you can record the refusal on your phone, do so secretly. Set your phone to do a voice recording and put it in a top pocket or in a bag you place on the desk. Ask to see their superior officer. It helps a lot later when the refusl is investigated if you are at all time clearly polite, even in the face of refusal, and it helps even more if you are not drunk. ( Full Answer )
Only if the police have been called. Usually children services will make a report of any kind of abuse.
It depends where it occurred, In the workplace, you would report it to Human Resources. In your person life (neighborhood etc), file a complaint at the police department.
You go to the police and tell them that your being sexual harassed and you will like to make a report about it. You report to the police that you or someone else is being sexually harassed. Then they handle the rest by coming to your house and the whole shenagin.
There's no way to know based on the question. It sounds like you need to contact an attorney.
You need to contact your local police department. Once you have apolice report, you can file your insurance claim.
The only way to find out for sure if a police report was filedagainst you is to contact your local police department. Some statesdo not make this information public.
At anytime after the individual goes missing - after a "reasonable" time has passed OR dependent upon the circumstances. The catch is the "reasonable time" part. If it is a young juvenile - action will be taken almost immediately. For a teenager - a little longer. For an adult (not under suspicious… circumstances) - maybe longer still. ALSO - you must have the legal "standing" to report someone missing - a family member or a person in a close personal relationship, for instance. Most people do not reailize that it is not a crime to be a "missing" person. A legally competent adult can decide to disappear with no notice whatsoever to anyone and they have every legal right to do so. Occasionally the police will locate a long-lost missing person but all they can legally do is report back to the person that originally reported them missing is that they have been located and they are okay. Legally they cannot even disclose where it is they were 'found.' ( Full Answer )
At least a preliminary report is usually by the end of the investigating officer's shift of duty or within 24 hours at the latest. Depending on the amount of investigative work that must be done or the complexity of the case the original report may be amended or added to as time goes by.
If the issue is ANY KIND OF EMERGENCY CALL 911 INSTANTLY. If it is not an emergency I suggest the following. The best way is to go in person to your local police station. If the crime perpetrated against you is of certain types, they can help you get help in dealing with the crime. If you cannot go… in person, call the nearest police station and tell them you wish to file a report. ( Full Answer )
Purposely, you'll be fired or suspended. Accidently nothing will happen except "Don't let it happen again",or "That's okay". thats not true my son was taken to the police station tonight and was arrested for it and he didnt lie but didnt tell the entire truth.
It depends on what crime you have been accused of. And yes, if someone files a report on you they can arrest you with evidence for a minimum of 48hours even if the report turns out wrong.
Essentially - anytime someone complains to the police reporting or alleging a criminal violation, the police take a report. Oftentimes, at first, there is no evidence except the complainants report until an investigation is begun that either does, or does not, confirm the complainansts report.
That's a very serious crime and you could not only go to jail for falsifying a police report, you leave yourself wide open for lawsuits: for example, if you claim more was stolen than actually was, whoever stole it could sue you if your false claims got them a harsher punishment, and your insurance …company could sue you if they replace items that weren't actually stolen. If you actually did file a false theft report, you need to contact the police as soon as possible, admit what happened and hope they allow you to change it. ( Full Answer )
Police reports are generally considered public information. Go to your local police department and ask them to do a search. The more information you provide, the better chance you will have to get a good result from the search.
Generally a police report can be obtained for a small fee. Normally a subject calls the police, they come out and write a report. Sometimes it takes a little longer because of all parties not having enough information. If a person wanted a report and one was not filed, I would first suggest going to… speak with the commanding officer of that shift. They can look into why one wasnt written and then they can take the appropriate action to get you your report (even if its just a stat 10 report). If that doesnt get you a report then request to speak with the Chief of Police. Additional: While the above is good advice (in the case of an alleged criminal complaint) - keep in mind that not everything that is brought to the attention of the police is automatically a 'police matter' or that it generates a 'police report.' Many-MANY times things such as civil matters, minor neighbor complaints, reports of problems with other municipal agencies or services, etc, etc) are brought to the attention of the police but over which they do not have control or the legal authority to act. THESE matters oftentimes do NOT generate a report of any type. If the questioner is looking for documentation of one of these types of incidents, they will not find an "official" record of it. Law Enforcement does NOT make a report every single time someone speaks to them about something. ( Full Answer )
Most states require that an accident report be filed with the police if the accident results in damage exceeding a certain amount (this varies with the state) or any injury. Even if your vehicle wasn't damaged, the utility company owning the pole might have to repair or replace it, and that cost cou…ld exceed the damage cost threshold. When in doubt, you are best advised to file a police report. Otherwise, you could be liable for a charge of hit-and-run. ( Full Answer )
You must file a theft report if you intend to make a claim against your insurance. Also if it was an expensive item, you should file the theft report because arrests are being made all the time. If a person is arrested for a crime and the police see that expensive item, you will probably get it back… rather than having it sold at a police auction and the money going to the state. ( Full Answer )
Each division of UPS has there own Safety Department for various reasons. The minute your injury occurs, you are to immediately notify your Supervisor and his/her Supervisor. No matter how injured you may be, request that your injury be documented by the Safety Supervisor and you may document it you…rself. Depending on the severity of your injury, further documentation through the Safety Department will be conducted by contacting the current corporate Insurance Provider in case you need minor medical advise or if more severe, the Safety Supervisor can provide the near by Emergency Room a claim number for emergency treatment. Just remember that you must report any injury immediately, never lie because all injuries are thoroughly investigated and termination of employment has occurred in the past. Also, doctor's notes to the Insurance Company will determine if the injury was pre-existing, degenerative or a new injury and if the injury is related to your story. If doctor's do not agree with your injury for any reason, any Worker's Compensation Claim will be denied and you will be stuck with the cost as well as out of work until you can provide a Full Doctor's Release to return to work with Regular and not Light Duty. If you are injured, and you do not receive the appropriate attention you deserve, notify Human Resources, that is partly what they are there for. Hope that helps. ( Full Answer )
yes even if thay just keep bothering you and you ask them to leave you alone
Just phone the credit card company and tell them what the problem is. They may be willing to fix it without requiring you to file a formal dispute. If they do have such a requirement, they will tell you what they require.
Contact the law enforcement agency of the jurisdiction in which the person either legally resides, or in who's jurisdiction the missing person was last known to be.
Don't understand the question. Filing a false report with the police is a self-explanatory phrase!!
The credit bureaus are legally required to give you a copy of your credit report on request (there's a limit on how often you can ask for it, but if you've never asked for one you should be okay there).
You can start by filing a police report at your local police department. The staff may be able to put you in touch with someone at the local district attorney's office. You can start by filing a police report at your local police department. The staff may be able to put you in touch with someone at… the local district attorney's office. You can start by filing a police report at your local police department. The staff may be able to put you in touch with someone at the local district attorney's office. You can start by filing a police report at your local police department. The staff may be able to put you in touch with someone at the local district attorney's office. ( Full Answer )
If someone names you as a criminal and you are then arrested, but the report was false, then you can sue the person who lied to the police. However, there typically have to be "damages", such as injuries, lost wages, loss of your reputation, for you to get anything from the lying person, and they h…ave to have some money for you to win anything. It's best that you contact a lawyer in this situation to see what you can do about a false police report. ( Full Answer )
Preferably a family member or relative, however anyone in a close relationship to the alleged missing individual and with recent relevant knowledge of the person's routine comings and goings, and activities can make a report to law enforcement.
Yes. Simpy because a report was not filed does not make the illegal act any less criminal.
There is no statute of limitations on Murder. Added: If you have knowledge of a grave offense such as this and delay, or fail, in, reporting it, you could be charged with a criminal offense yourself.
If they are wanted and/or threatening you, yeah, I suppose so. Did that happen to you? Or are you the thief?
Example: i call the police and report my car stolen when it is sitting in my garage.. that's a false police report and id go to jail if they found out i was lying.
You can visit your local police department or clerk of courts and ask for any police reports pertaining to yourself. If they choose not to release them to you, file a Freedom of Information Act request, which compels them to release it or provide you with a reason as to a denial.
yes in extreme and only extreme cases. and only when someone is not there to help you.
Generally the supervisor files the first report of injury and does so after learning that an injury has occurred.
Accident reports are usually filed with the police. They will interview the person and fill in the accident report using those details. A separate report is filed with the insurance company.
They said that we have to wait 24 hrs before we can file formissing persons report, this is not true.. You can file immediatelyspecially the person missing is under 16 years of age.
you have to be at least 18 to file a report or you can talk to the police yourself, you don't have to be a certain age.
Some insurance companies will let you start a claim online but onlybecause they aren't staffed 24 hrs, they will still call you andwill want a police report number and your version of what happened.Sometimes even the police don't come out for traffic depending onstate and damages but still have to g…et no for insurance, you willbe assigned a rep to work with you to get car taken care of. Theremay be a deductible; if your car can be driven they will want atleast 3 estimates most likely and since the police are slow moremay come after about a week. They will determine fault if thatapplies to your state. There could also be injury claim from theother party etc. which is only a problem if you are at fault inapplicable state etc, your driving record/rates could be affected ( Full Answer )