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    Certificate of Deposit

    There was a contract for specific arrangements, but no contract regarding CD
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    Certificate of Deposit

    No Contract I was hoping to get input before approaching them.
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    Certificate of Deposit

    What is the name of your state? New York Our family paid for funeral arrangements in advance for a disabled family member (now deceased) in 2001 with a CD in trust to the Funeral Home that has accumulated interest exceeding the funeral cost. Is the Funeral Home obligated to refund...
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    child victim act

    I’ve read through the NYS Senate Assembly January 24, 2019 revisions [S. 2440 / A. 2683], but don’t understand the legal rhetoric. https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/bills/2019/s2440
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    child victim act

    New York.....Are there previsions for victims beyond the age limit of 55 of the child victim act?
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    Real Estate Law - Construction & Renovation

    Not2cleverRed I thank you for your input, but kindly allow me to explain in my defense as to why I couldn’t move. I care for my paranoia schizophrenia sister whose worst phobia is the fear of falling; therefore my home was handicap assessable from stairs, shower, and flooring. In addition I...
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    Real Estate Law - Construction & Renovation

    Hello Quincy Are you still there? You are knowledgeable, so I'd like to bounce this off you if you don't mind. I receive an email from my attorney a few moments ago. It follows: I received a call from private counsel for contractor. He is concerned that the insurance company has withdrawn...
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    Real Estate Law - Construction & Renovation

    Again, many many thanks. Other contractors wouldn’t touch it, were too busy or couldn’t start for weeks. If I knew then waiting a few weeks would have saved months, I would have. Plus funds were running low and even if I sued at the time that still would have taken 1 to 2 years. My attorney says...
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    Real Estate Law - Construction & Renovation

    Many thanks for both replies. Please allow me to explain. I’m putting feelers out there hoping someone would see my post that had already experienced taking a contractor to trial with a similar circumstance and wanted to know the outcome, as my attorney is waiting for my decision to go to trial...
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    Real Estate Law - Construction & Renovation

    New York Likelihood of success if I go to trial? Lost property sale due to prolonged & incomplete construction project. 8 week project took 10 months. Looking for restitution of $160 G, insurance adjuster offered $10 G

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