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
There are obviously pro's and con's to leasing a car, however I'm not going to go into that here.I've found a useful source of information from Nationwide Vehicle Contracts where they help you to understand the benefits of leasing. Sounds like a good idea.You can read case studies here: http://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/personal_car_leasing_casestudy1.htmOr you can get an overview of leasing here: http://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/how-leasing-works.htmMain benefits of leasing:Can be cheaper than buying a new carYou get a brand new carChange your vehicle every 2,3, or 4 years dependant on contract typeRoad tax and breakdown recovery includedhope that helps you.
Sure. Partial performance = no performance. Or please, tell you boss if he has anything else he'd rather do with it, your fine with partial pay this month and next, and next....you wouldn't think of holding him (or unemployment insurance) responsible.
It really depends on your particular situation. If you are a young person like 25 or under and trying to get a loan, you may have to get a cosigner. If you have a history of good credit and are older, you should not have to get a cosigner.
There are many advantages to leasing versus owning a car. Many people think it is more economical to lease a car because the monthly car payment is much lower. Leasing a car allows you to drive a new car and not have to worry about repair bills. You will find most dealerships have affordable car leasing programs. Most leasing program contracts are for three years. A new car warranty usually last for approximately three years. This fact makes leasing a car a very attractive option. Leasing versus buying a car comes down to a lifestyle choice. If you would rather drive a new car every few years, then leasing a car would be a great option for you. Some people want to know they have ownership of their vehicle after a few years. You have to consider your preferences when you are trying to decide whether to lease or buy a car. Make sure you understand the details of the leasing contract before you sign. Most leasing companies allow for a specific set of miles that can be driven without charging you extra. If you go over this predetermined number, you will pay extra fees at the end of your lease. You can expect to pay a down payment when you lease a car unless you can find a sales promotion. Even though you will have to initially pay more money upfront, your car payments will be much lower than if you purchased the car. Many people prefer low monthly car payments and driving a new car versus the responsibility of car ownership. At the end of your car lease, you can choose to trade in the car for a newer model. The main benefit to car leasing is not having to worry about having car trouble. To find the right car leasing plan for you, stop by a car dealership to learn more. Many dealerships offer sales and promotions at certain times of the year. It is also easier to qualify for a car leasing program than trying to buy a car. Depending on your credit rating, leasing a car may be the perfect financial decision for you.
cant , once the cosigner has signed that contract its legal and will remain that way unlesssss you wait till the final of the repo and they have sold the car and are trying to collect a balance from you then you file bancrupcy
That depends on the circumstances you are in. If you can't make payments, then no amount of refinancing will solve the problem. If you can make payments, but you need to pay less or for a longer term, then a private mortgage company might be able to help you... just make sure the terms are something you can live with, and you don't make a really bad deal trying to save something that you are going to lose anyway.
Better make that "ex-friend". If the payments are not made, the finance company will take the furniture, but it sounds like you have been s*****d. The furniture store probably has an order stating the furniture was delivered to HER house and the finance company has a document that says YOU will pay for it. This sounds like you bought it as a gift. I think the other person was trying to answer - but maybe a little sarcastically. Anyway the way I think it goes is - if the furniture company sold the furniture to her, then you cannot take it away because its hers. However, if the sold it to you, then you can. But it sounds like they sold it to her and you just signed for the loan for her.
If you had a dispute with a auto finance company that had put down that you had made a payment on a certain day and you and your bank no that you didnt but the finance company is trying to say that you did is it legal for this kind of stuff to be done?
not likely that she has not been contacted. I know how my mom is at 80, she might not know who it was on the phone. Good Luck
You have to make whatever payments are required as determined by the BK analysis, which should be lower than trying to make all your normal payments.
It depends. If you plan to haul freight all the time, compare the price of leasing a semi against the price of hiring a company to haul it. If you're just trying to move one load, it's completely out of the question--you need a class-A CDL just to drive the truck.
Currently, Fiat is trying to buy Chrysler. Fiat is a European Car Company.
Yes. It is a common misconception that cosigners are not responsible for the debt of the primary on the account they signed. I'm not sure how that started, or why it persists, but cosigners, comakers, coguarantors, and cobuyers are equally responsible for the debt they sign with the primary. Collections agencies will not waste a lot of time trying to get a primary to pay when there is a cosigner who is easier to locate. And, because both are equally responsible, there is no need to even try to get the primary who is not paying to do what they are already not doing when the contract was written based on the better credit of the cosigner.
It may be too late to fix your record, but if you are lucky enough to be able to rent again, make absolutely certain that your payments are on time and that you are a model tenant. If the rental company is still trying to collect the money, go to the original company, pay up and ask for a signed receipt of payment.
You would need to contact the lender directly and find out what options they are offering. Some lenders are quite willing to work with you, others not at all. The biggest factor is if the lneder can be assured you are able to make up back payments (if any) and keep regular payments current at the same time.
The products that the company Origination produce is software and hardware for computers. It is rumored that this company is trying to beat out Microsoft.
Milton Hershey... are you stupid? I believe you are trying to ask about Milton Hershey's Caramel Company, the Lancaster Caramel Company. This company was purchased by the American Caramel Company.
AMD is a company. Pentium is a brand name of microprocessors. Trying to compare the two is like trying to compare the Wii to the entire company of Microsoft. It simply makes no sense to try to do that. How do you decide if a product is better than an entire company?
And the punch line is: He was trying to make things clear.
It depends on the terms of the lease that is in effect now. If you have a lease that does not allow for a sub-lease (or whatever you are trying to do), then yes, you will have to get the agreement of the landlord before sub-leasing.
I understand you are trying to make it sound better for your side but you really need to give me just the facts to get a correct answer. I assume that you are asking if your disability or unemployment payments are taxable or not. The easiest answer is that if you received a form for this income, it must be filed on your return. All unemployment payments are taxable. On disability payments made from a private insurance company, of the premiums are paid by your employer or if you pay the premiums with pre-tax money the amount received are taxable. If you paid the premium yourself with after tax dollars they are not taxable.
I am trying to get the mission statement for the company Godiva chocolates.