no the co-signer will have to make payments or they will be removed from residence.
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Nope, when you cosign the bank doesnt care who the money comes from. If the money doesnt come in your both equaly at fault.
co-signors are required of anyone of any age who does NOT meet the credit requirements of the entity extending credit. doesnt have to be parents, that's just where kids normally go first. LOL No you are not required to cosign for anything for anyone, not even your own child after the age of 18.
of course!! that doesnt matter
If you aren't paying for that car's payments then yes. The only reason why your car should be repoed it because the payments aren't being made on it. It doesnt matter if your car is from the 1940's or if you brought the car last month, the car can be repoed if you dont pay the payment for 2 or more months (consult dealership for it's repo rules).
Marriage of the child is a valid reason to not have to pay child support. If the other child is a fulltime student, you will still need to contribute to his well being. To stop child support payments, you will need to go to the court and petition for the release of your responsibility. Just stopping payments is not going to do the trick in the long run.
Yes you can because I havea part time job in sainsburys and it doesnt effect my ema payments.
Probably. It isn't your truck...it's hers...and she can't afford it.
The best tool you have is communication. Most banks will try to help you out if you just call them and state your situation this doesnt mean they will allow you not to make a payment for a few months, most likely they will give you some extra time to pay. If that still isn't enough how do you feel about re-financing....you can get a lower monthly payment but pay more interest. If you just stop paying than yes most likely in 1 or 2 months they will repo the vehicle.
Myrtle keeps saying daisy's name and tom doesnt want to hear that name around his apt so he punches her
beg for three months staight, then cry, then if it doesnt work, buy her one 4 xmas... yeah for HER!
Don't know of any state that allows a co-buyer. There might be. For this purpose, let's use co-signer. What legal action does the co-signer have if the buyer doesn't make the car payments? In reality, the co-signer signed as a guarantee that the payment would be made and on time on the specified date. The buyer is the one buying. That's 2 different operations. The co-signer, at last known fact, cannot take the car because he is not buying it. He's paying THE LOAN since (and we're assuming here) the buyer is not paying. In my experience, if the buyer wants to be a horse patootie, he can drive that car with a smile on his face and not make payments because the co-signer IS OBLIGATED TO MAKE THE PAYMENTS. If the co-signer does not make the payments, then HIS CREDIT IS RUINED! Never co-sign, if at all possible.
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Neither is responsible.If you want to replace the fence and the neighbor doesnt than you cant legally touch it. If the neighbor gives consent to rebuild the fence its his or her choice if they want to split the cost or not. So basically whoever wants the fence replaced is responsible for payment.
Depending on the State and if the spouse, or other family member, guaranteed payment they may end up with the bill.
You're SOL. Generally, schools that don't qualify for financial aid or loans have serious problems. Perhaps you should look into a better school?
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Yes. Hit it and run.
Generally, no. Child support is a percentage of the obligor's net income. However, sometimes there is an additional payment for child care.
Pretty sure you can no problem. Just to be safe you can get some kind of paper and wrap the bag, doesnt have to be neat, and add on the payment sticker. It may be cheaper to use courier.
If his name is the only one on the deed then he owns the property. Since you signed the mortgage if he doesn't pay it the lender will come after you for the payments. If he gets behind on the payments it will affect your credit. What you describe is an exploitative arrangement.
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it depends were you live for example if you have a big backyard and the person that lives behind doesnt care then yes but if you live in like a townhome or apartment than no because you dont own your own backyard.