IF you signed a loan with the CU and used the car as collateral, YES IT IS LEGAL. And it is WISE for you to pay.
You do have some legal rights when renting a house. The house should be clean and liveable, the landlord should tell you when he is coming over to fix the house, the landlord cannot have the locks changed.
a legal medium of payment
The are several legal steps a bank must follow before your house can be sold, assuming you are actually the owner but the bank holds a mortgage on the house. 0. The bank must notify you that you have missed a payment 1. The bank must issue a demand for payment in writing to you. 2. The bank must deliver to you or have delivered to you by the sheriff a legal notice of intent to foreclose. The notice must be published. 3. The bank must go to court and get a court order to foreclose. 4. legal notice of actual foreclosure must be published. 5. House is sold at auction to the highest bidder. If you have any questions talk to the bank and/or consult a lawyer.
The legal payment due date is the date specified in the contract. The actual payment date is the date the payment is initiated by the payor unless specified otherwise in the contract.
Yes, a creditor/collector has no legal obligation to accept payment for anything other than the agreed upon amount. The same premise applies to making less than the minimum payment on credit accounts as well, such action would render the agreement null and void and the creditor can legally demand payment in full.
The coins are legal tender for debts public and private. It is not legal to refuse coins for payment for goods and services.
You can't demand it. But you can request it from the court.
No, a cosigner has no legal rights to the property unless their name is on the title or deed. A cosigner is accepting the responsibility of the debt if the primary borrower defaults; a co-buyer/borrower is a different matter entirely.
Unless there is a separate legal agreement or order between the 2 borrowers, there is absolutely no legal recourse whatsoever.
First you turn 18, the legal age to buy state issued scratch lotto tickets (some states legal age is 21 like Arizona), you scratch the little boxes until you win. You take that money and buy more, and so on and so forth until you have the money to put a down payment on a house. Second, you put the scratch ticket proceeds as a down payment on a house and live in that house for a year or two, making repairs and updates until the house is satisfactory and worth more money. Then you refinance that house and rent it out. Third, you rent that house, and use the before spoken of equity for a down payment on another house. and so on and so forth, and by the time you get all this accomplished, you will know what to do with yourself and you go from there! This is the worst advice I have ever seen.
There is no such thing as a minimum payment. There is no requirement that anything be left to a sibling.
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In law, an ex gratia payment is a payment made without the giver recognizing any liability or legal obligation.
No it is illegal.
Depends. If the cash payment is the payment of debt, then the payment cannot be refused, as long as the money is still legal tender. Cents stop being legal tender after a certain amount, which is why you cannot try to pay a debt using 10,000 cents for example, this can be legally refused. If it's payment in a shop, a shop has the right to refuse service to anyone as long as it is not for a racial, age, gender related reason. They do not 'have' to accept any offer of payment, nor are they disallowed from accepting payment in other forms.
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You can be separated and still live in the same house. No one has to move.The mortgage payment is made by the person whos name is on the mortgage. If it is in both names you are both responsible.
You cannot legally demand the mail not originally addressed to you and can put you into legal hurdle.
its not legal in ny if you bring it with you .If your at your house and leave it there then its legal.
If not done with the intent to defraud, AND the payee accepts them, yes. HOWEVER - there is no guarantee that these postdated checks won't be immediately presented for payment on demand, REGARDLESS of the date on them. THAT could cause you trouble. Just because they are postdated does not protect you from having insufficient funds on hand if they are presented for payment prior to the date on the check.
You can demand satisfaction and then go into legal actions.
Many car loans are known as "DEMAND" loansThis means that the lender can demand full payment at anytime.If you have this type loan they can require payment, and offer to refinance you in one smooth rip off.Be care full!!This sounds like a scam as most financial companies won't do this. Call your local government (State or Federal) and check to see if this is legal in your jurisdiction.Finally if you are current with your payments and have a reasonable credit rating you can get a better deal somewhere else.
It's completely legal, if you've agreed to make a check payment over the phone. They can't take the payment without that information.