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1 Need advice pls on Wed Nov 02, 2011 8:06 am

pqrstuv


Arresto Menor
Gud AM Attys,

I'm sorry I'm not sure where to get quick advice, everyone is on vacation.

I was a former employee from a certain x coy (actually no longer an active company), and it was unfortunate that my ex-boss recently died. The car that we are using it before is under the name of my spouse (not employed to the company)thru financing for 5 years, so we got it brand new and it will be 2 years old the next coming months. So, if you are to sum up the total balance for 3 more years, its almost the amount of a brand new unit if you are pay it as cash.

Considering the person who is using it (my ex-boss) doesn't have any relative, or family, who do you think has the right to claim the car ownership and have the privelege to continue the financing?

And more info, the down payment including the first year is all under my name. Lumalabas is, my ex-boss was just an end user and he is continuing the payment then.

Do you think that his current employee has the right to claim it? We're hearing that this person is trying to do something just to get the unit.

What we are worried about is that, recently I was called by the police saying I was a liar and he can file a case against me and my spouse because we're not the owner of the car. The current employee basically went to the station, saying that my ex-boss and me has internal agreement, but we didn't have any.

Stressful feeling, that's why I'm looking for advice that may boost up our confidence about the case.

Its unorganized, sorry about that. We would appreciate for any advice you may have.

Thanks.

Danielle


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2 Re: Need advice pls on Thu Nov 03, 2011 2:36 am

attyLLL


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so you didn't give out any money, but want to claim the car because it is in your name?


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3 Re: Need advice pls on Thu Nov 03, 2011 2:41 am

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AttLLl. Hello. This will be out of the blue. Question.. I want to file a lawsuit to an employer that terminated me and not paying me properly. First, I'm not getting my payment after fourtyfive days to sixty days which is not based on my contract since I'm only a trainee or not permanent yet. 2nd of all, after termination, I was kept for another 4 hours waiting for the papers as they said to get signitures from individuals to release me from them. 3rd of all it took me another whole day to look and waited for these people that needed to sign to be released. I have a contract that says when I can be paid not specifying my condition and situation. Another policy was applied over my contract. How can I file a lawsuit with my scenario?

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4 Re: Need advice pls on Thu Nov 03, 2011 9:13 am

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brain, but were you paid eventually?


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5 Re: Need advice pls on Thu Nov 03, 2011 9:38 am

pqrstuv


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attyLLL wrote:so you didn't give out any money, but want to claim the car because it is in your name?

Hello Atty,

Some amount of the down payment and the first year is ours. Do I not have the right to claim in that regard for us to continue the financing, or is it better to just tell the car company giving it back to them saying I can no longer pay for the monthly, so I won't have any obligation anymore?

If I'm not, then who have the right to do it?

Thanks.

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6 Re: Need advice pls on Sat Nov 05, 2011 4:00 pm

attyLLL


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if you paid for the first year, why did the car end up with your boss?

if the car is registered to your wife, that is prima facie proof that she is the owner, and someone has to prove otherwise.


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