You should speak with the spouse before they come in and ask them if they want you to pack the personal belongings or if they would rather do it in person. A quick, "Would you like me to pack up William's personal belongings for you?", would be appropriate.You should speak with the spouse before they come in and ask them if they want you to pack the personal belongings or if they would rather do it in person. A quick, "Would you like me to pack up William's personal belongings for you?", would be appropriate.You should speak with the spouse before they come in and ask them if they want you to pack the personal belongings or if they would rather do it in person. A quick, "Would you like me to pack up William's personal belongings for you?", would be appropriate.You should speak with the spouse before they come in and ask them if they want you to pack the personal belongings or if they would rather do it in person. A quick, "Would you like me to pack up William's personal belongings for you?", would be appropriate.
* You have to contact the storage yard immediately. * If you have proof of ownership take it with you. (You might not need this.) * If you have proof that the car is registered in your name take that with you. * The storage yard should not charge you for holding your belongings if you have contacted them immediately. They might charge you some fee if they have to go to some trouble to get your belongings.
When shopping for home insurance coverage, one should consider the events that are covered by the insurance policy. These events include theft and damage from pets and natural disasters. One should also consider the amount of coverage that will actually be given. Things that require coverage are the house itself, other buildings on the property (i.e. a garage), and personal belongings. In the case that personal belongings (namely, electronics) are damaged, one should know the approximate worth of those belongings in order to decide whether to receive cash for their theft/damage, or to have the items replaced by new ones.
You should bring any valuable personal belongings.
They should offer you a chance to get your belongings out of the car when they come to repossess it. Their repossession order covers the vehicle they're repossessing - it does not give them entitlement to your personal belongings.
yes. if it is not your fault than ofcourse. it should be acceptable
No. Just know that you may stop somewhere to go shopping and find that you are walking home. Also, you should know that if you were to surrender it, there would be less in repo fees and you are more likely to keep any personal belongings that are in your vehicle.
Your employer cannot hold your personal belongings if they are in fact your belongings. If your employer refuses to return property you can prove is yours, you should contact a lawyer about a lawsuit and/or may even be able to file criminal conversion charges with your local police.
If a person intentionally burns down a building and belongings, it is arson. You should call the police and report the crime. In the divorce settlement, you can ask to be reimbursed for the damage she did to your personal items.
if you are divorced and your ex does not pick up belongings from your legal property, you should be able to dispose of them. Check with your attorney to be sure.
No, cancer is in no way communicable. There is no conceivable reason to do so.
If you take your personal property before the vehicle is picked up, you can keep it. If you voluntarily turn in the vehicle you get to keep anything you want. If they have to hunt it down and tow it off, you're just out of luck. They'll throw away anything that was in it and if someone picks it up, it's theirs.This is not true.. The creditor must account for all personal belongings found in a repossessed car.. The below answer came from the following site... http://www.fair-debt-collection.com/searches/repossession.html"What happens to personal property left in my car?Personal property does not apply to improvements made to the car, such as a CD Player, stereo or luggage rack. It only applies to items not connected to the vehicle. The creditor or whoever repossessed the car CANNOT keep or sell any personal property found inside. If the creditor or whoever repossessed the car cannot account for personal property left in the vehicle, you may be entitled to compensation and should consult with an attorney"
The owner will usually have a policy but if you are a renter, you should have a renters insurance policy to cover your personal belongings.
You should call the company that the car was finaniced through. They should have given you a number to call so you could schedule a pick up for your personal belongings. They should not of sold the car with your items in it. I would call the loan company and ask them where you things are and what they are going to do for you now that your things are gone.
When a car has been repossessed the person paying the insurance should cancel it.
The repo company should notify you about your belongings, if not, Contact your bank who will give you the phone number to the repo company who took your car and make an appointment within 30 days.... after 30 days your belongings are trashed
The coverage features you should look for when shopping for renters insurance should include protection of your personal belongings against damage from things such as fire, smoke, storms, vandalism and theft. You should look for a policy that covers temporary living expenses so that if your home becomes unfit for you to live there due to anything covered in the policy. Medical expenses in case someone is injured on your property, should also be something you look for as well as personal belongings in your car.
You should discuss this with an attorney, but the investigation will likely center on the person it was repossessed from.
One should consider when purchasing House Building Insurance the following factors - Personal Liability (enough to cover someone else's injuries). Also you will need to consider personal property for the structure itself and the contents once inside the house.
An employer cannot search you or your belongings. If they feel that you should be searched, they need to contact the local authorities.
In order to determine how much household insurance you need, you first need to determine the value of your home, and the personal belongings you have in it. You can get an insurance agent to help you with it.
Clothes are personal belongings. But you can your clothes in situations where may be a thief broke in to steal your friends clothes. But is should not be a permanent thing, instead of sharing you can give out in love.
No. Be sure you only insure the dwelling and not the contents inside. You should ask your tenants to have renters insurance to cover their personal belongings. Your mortgage company will require that you have adequate coverage but is not concerned with personal belongings inside the home. As far as I know, the mortgage company has no say in who lives in the home.
Yes of course you should!
If you are not paying rent, then the landlord has the right to reclaim the home after giving notice. It seems to me that saving your belongings was a kindness, but if they had to go into storage, then you should be responsible to pay the going rate for that effort. Depending on your local laws, there may not be any requirement that the landlord care for your belongings.