The business claimed that the highly advertised delay to deposit the check was not a solicitation to make a loan. These payday lenders required the consumer to sign a statement saying that they had the funds in their account to cover the check, even though they were verbally told otherwise by the lender. The payday lenders claim that they are not making loans but that their customers are simply paying a high fee because of the convenience of cashing a check at their store. This was a feeble excuse with the presence of banks and ATMs throughout the area, why would someone pay a high fee to cash a check? Finally, the last method used to get through the legal requirement of the North Carolina Consumer Finance Act has been the claim that the payday lender is really an out of state bank and that they are exempt from North Carolina law.
She found her nephew's promissory note and took a pen and deftly changed the amount to $1,000,000. Does this operate, under §3-407, to discharge Nephew from his maker's obligation? This would not release the nephew from his obligations, especially considering the fact that “Strange Molly” is not responsible for her actions, in a court of law given
Your Answer: $400 $440 $500 $0 5. Which of the following is not considered "constructive receipt" of income? Your Answer: A payment on a sale of real property was placed in escrow on December 16, 2009, but not received by Ms. B until January 10, 2010, when the transaction was closed. Ms. K was informed her check for services rendered was available on December 16, 2009, but she waited until January 16, 2010 to pick up the check. Earned income of Mr. D was received by his agent on December 30, 2009, but not received by D until January 3, 2010.
The next day, Dan offered to conduct the audit for $8,000. On learning of Dan’s offer, Carol immediately e-mailed BNI, agreeing to do the work for $10,000. BNI received this e-mail on May 7. Explain why BNI and Carol do, or do not, have a contract. In this situation, BNI and Carol do not have a contract.
The internal auditors questioned why the two shipments were done before December 31, since the requested dates were in the following year. The shipments had a total value of $150,000.00. Another concern for the internal auditors was that there was no written agreement with United Thermostatic Controls to accept the early shipments and pay for them before they actually needed the merchandise. The internal auditors also discovered that Frank Campbell put pressure on the accountants to record the shipments to show the sales. Their concerns were discussed with
Unfortunately Bank United does not modify investment properties therefore no modification can be done as of now.. I call on a weekly basis to see if there are any changes but it is to my understanding that Mr. Cohen is current on this file *Yaniv Cohen – *1839 Cross Point Way *11-19*-09 I called Amtrust for an update. They stated that he cannot qualify for a modification due to having the lowest rate already available. (4.25% I/O) I resubmitted the file and requested a 30 year fixed with escrows. The previous negotiator said this would not be possible but I currently have the file with another negotiator (KIM PSHIRER) who may be able to assist.
Unlimited access to bailout funds through 2012. So far, Treasury has provided $60 billion of capital to Fannie and $51 billion to Freddie. Some Republicans are angry the administration is expanding the potential size of the bailout without having a plan for eventually ending the federal government's role in the companies. The companies disclosed new packages that will pay Fannie Chief Executive Officer and Freddie CEO as much as $6 million a year, including bonuses. The pay deals also drew fire.
A.P. Smith Mfg. Co. v. Barlow Facts: The plaintiff corporation was attempting to donate $1,500 to Princeton University. However, the stockholders were against this decision, and P instituted a declaratory judgment action. The stockholder’s argued: (1) the plaintiff’s certificate of incorporation does not expressly authorize the contribution, and under common-law principles the company does not possess any implied or incidental power to make it, and (2) the New Jersey statutes which expressly authorize the contribution may not constitutionally be applied to the plaintiff, a corporation created long before their enactment.
Evidence showed that she had several promotions while being employed and that her job performance were averages. The court did not hold the Paper Magic Group liable because the plaintiff could not provide adequate evidence of age discrimination. A case similar to ours, Goldmeier v. Allstate refers to constructive discharge regarding religious beliefs. The plaintiffs claim that Allstate violated their religious beliefs after the company announced that offices would remain open Friday evening and Saturday mornings (Goldmeier, 2003). Evidence showed that Allstate offered the plaintiff’s time to observe their holy day but they would have to work another day.
She was an older lady that just wanted to financially help out friends and family. A gain of only two-thousands dollars certainly does not seem like she was motivated by financial gain. The fact that Griffin committed fraud against the IRS gave her the benefit of a delayed prosecution. These fraudulent tax credit were processed in 2009. It took almost two years to discover the wrongdoings.