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State Mississippi
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Loan amount limit $500 face value of check
Loan terms  Under $250: maximum of 30 days; $250-$500: 28-30 days
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1085 Stark Road No. Q, Starkville, MS 39759

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2612 Highway 80 East, Pearl, MS 39208

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Pearl

3994 North Gloster Street, Tupelo, MS 38804

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3049 Highway 80 East, Pearl, MS 39208

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1716 Denny Avenue, Pascagoula, MS 39567

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Frequently asked questions about online loans mississippi

  • My apt complex sent out a note this week stating that we need to turn in papers proving that our cars are registered, inspected and insured. If they had a reason for it I'd probably be at the office dishing out papers now but they put, it is required by pmi/hud that we provide these papers according to state /local laws. And then says if we don't turn this in, in a matter of days we will be evicted. It feels like they're threatening people with eviction if we don't bring these papers. So out of curiousity I've looked in handbooks and online and searched these "laws" and have found nothing . I live in the state of Mississippi, would anyone be kind enough to help me locate this law that they're talking about. Honestly I'm just curious now more than anything since they mentioned eviction at the bottom of this page.
  • Pretty much every apartment I've ever had experience with has required all cars to be legally registered in order to park on that property. You can't blame them -- who wants junk cars lying around? The fact that they mention PMI in their memo probably means that their insurance company is making this requirement of them. That's entirely reasonable. The law they're referring to is probably the law that requires property bought with a HUD loan to have PMI.
  • Their insurance company is likely making them do it. There is no law requiring them to do this though. A cop can drive through the parking lot and run plates if they really wanted to check for unregistered vehicles. The complex can require that every vehicle parked on the property have insurance along with proper registration. Show them your ID card, do not show them your policy as there is no need for that. If you have an ID card that would satisfy a cop, then you are just fine.
  • It's quite easy - go check with your local HUD office. MOST apartment complexes won't allow you to use their parking lot as a junkyard - they ALL require that the cars be legally registered, and in Mississippi, that also requires that they be insured. I don't think they can throw you out, but I DO think that they can have the cars towed.
  • If the lease says so they can. But, they can simply look at the license plate to make sure it's properly registered, so the exercise seems to take more time and effort than it's worth. Because, even if you turn in one set of papers, who's to say you don't also have an unregistered car out there as well?
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  • Do a search on http://www.craigslist.org You can find some good deals on that site. (On right select state and major city closest to you) Then on left select cars+trucks link.
  • CHECK OUT GOVT SIEZED CAR AUCTION FIRST -visit http://www.desicyberworld.com. You could get hondas,mercedes,ferrari and all other for cheap prices
  • It seems like all the things you need to get into a selective school (Columbia is my dream) are so expensive. SAT prep, summer programs, tutoring, extracurricular activities, etc. Some places even make you pay to volunteer. I've heard that there are so many resources for poor black women but I haven't found any yet. For example, my school doesn't offer any foreign language courses until junior year so I wanted to take one online but the tuition is so outrageous I wont be able to. I couldn't attend a leadership Conference that I was invited too because of the tuition. It seems like everything is just too expensive for me. Any foundations or programs that I should know about? I live in a very small town (3,000) people in Mississippi Thanks.
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