Yes, furniture can be repossessed if you start making payments again after 6 months, especially if the missed payments are not caught up. The creditor can refuse the payment if court proceedings are already in progress.
As long as you continue to hide the car and/or refuse to make the payments. You need to send them a certified telling them to stop calling then they must stop.If they refuse you have rights under the Fair Credit Act its online look it up.
no the land lord cannot refuse to give receipt
Once the loan is in default the bank has the right to refuse payment and repossess the vehicle.
No. As long as you can make the payments for all the fees and hospital charges, they cannot refuse treatment.
Yes. If you are in default the bank can refuse anything short of your full past due balance.
Read the contract again. What part of it are you in DEFAULT on? There is a clause in most contracts that says the lender can accelerate the balance due for a number of reasons.
Continue to refuse to sign the document
Yes, they refused to accept the pharaohs power and also refused to make payments to he pharaohs.
Continue to refuse to sign the document.
You should find the sales receipt. It might state on there what will happen. Regardless, payments need to be made and you should tell the loaner that she is deceased. You might want to contact a lawyer to make sure things go the way they should. * If the vehicle was not part of the inheritance the lender should have been contacted by the executor or administrator of the deceased's estate. If the vehicle was part of an inheritance then the beneficiary may contact the lender to arrange refinancing or refuse the "gift" and allow the vehicle to be recovered by the lender. In either case, a family member cannot simply keep the vehicle and continue to make payments without notifying the lender.
Absolutely. If they have your car, no legal documents to prove they own it (since they don't own it), and refuse to return it, it's a stolen car, and can be reported as such, but tell the police the truth, that you lent out the car for payments, and they didn't pay. They may or may not help, but if you lie, you can be prosecuted for lying. However, since your name is on the contract, you are obligated to continue making the payments. If the person driving the car has an insurance card and the keys and everything else, the officer may make a judgment call as to whether or not to arrest the person. But if it's reported stolen, you'll most likely get your car back.
NO they cannot. As long as you are paying something how could they?
READ your contract. It should deal with that issue. If you meet the conditions set forth by the contract, YES, they can refuse.
You can report it as stolen, but the police will more than likely not take it very seriously. It would be better to have a repossession agency or individual deal with it. Issues like this can escalate and become violent.
A collection agency is not hired to get the amount paid in payments they are paid to get the amount in full. At this point the place you originally owed the money to and did not pay may or may not be willing to take payments being that they have now hired the collection agency to get the money from you. YOu can call the original creditor and tell them you are willing to pay and if they say no then you must pay the collection agency, I have never heard of any of them taking payments. When they get hired they try to collect as much as possible of the owed amount so they can get a higher commission. They dont want payments they want money in full....
i am two months behind on my mortgage. can the lender refuse to take one payment?
Because they see no proof or reason to believe
Patients have the right to refuse treatment. If they refuse anything (i.e. Medications) 1. Educate them first, let them know why it is important that they take/need it. 2. If they continue to refuse. Document it and notify the Dr. Immediately.
I LIVE IN LOUISIANA, MY MORTGAGE COMPANY GAVE ME THREE MONTHS DEFERRED PAYMENTS. NOW THEY ARE TRYING TO FORCLOSE ON MY HOME FOR THE DEFERRED PAYMENTS. I WAS SENDING PAYMENTS AFTER 2 MONTHS THEY REFUSE MY PAYMENTS BECAUSE THEY WANTED THE 2 MONTHS THAT WAS DEFERRED. CAN I SUE THAT COMPANY IN MY STate? desperate
Yes, they refused to accept the pharaohs power and also refused to make the payments to them.
Laws that govern from state to state vary. However, most doctor's don't refuse treatment due to the Hippocratic Oath they undertake when they are sworn in to do no harm first. Dr's can refuse if it is a habitual matter, meaning, happening over and over again of not paying. Or, making small payments and never fullfilling the service obligations. They become indebt with services provided and cannot provide all services for those that are paying on time.