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  • I used to own a house in New Hampshire, which was sold in July of 2003. The closing company, which is owned by an attorney and is still registered in NH, forgot to pay off the money I owed to the mortgage company after closing. I discovered the fact when I was contacted by the mortgage lender in December of 2003. When I contacted the closing company in Decmber of 2003, they admitted their mistakes and promised to immediately pay off my loans and the two additional monthly payments which the lender charged me due to the closing company’s errors. In January of 2005, when I pulled out my credit report, I was surprised to see I owed about three thousand dollars to a debt collector. After some research, it turned out that the closing company did eventually pay off my mortgage, but didn’t pay the lender the two additional mortgage payment incurred by the closing company’s errors. Now I finally have time to take the closing company to NH’s small claim court, I have also found that the statue of limitations is three years in NH. Can I still sue the closing company in court in NH? If, not, Do I have other recourse to get my money back? I now live in Massachusetts. Thanks.
  • The statute of limitations for a qui tam action is found in Title 31, Section 3731(b) of the United States Code. “A civil action under section 3730 may not be brought— (1) more than 6 years after the date on which the violation of section 3729 is committed, or (2) more than 3 years after the date when facts material to the right of action are known or reasonably should have been known by the official of the United States charged with responsibility to act in the circumstances, but in no event more than 10 years after the date on which the violation is committed, !!
  • Ok, I want to get a 2010 Chevy Camaro black for $20.000 It will be my first and only car for a while. The problem is I live in Maine (but i will be buying the car from new Hampshire Because its cheaper and less taxes) The thing is I really want the car but I dont know how I would get around in the winter my uncle said " He Put 10 bags of concrete in the back of his GTO and that worked for him" But i dont think I would do that. Just trying to get around in a sports car in the winter?
  • Plan A. You may want to get a second set of tires for the back. A good set of all season radials, possibly with a narrower profile. The traction control and stability control will make this car much better in the snow than your uncle's old GTO. Some extra weight in the rear may be helpful. However the 10 bags of concrete is a little much. Try a sand sausage. This is just like it sounds. A sausage made of a Tyvek type material that is filled with sand. They weigh about 50 pounds each. If you happen to get stuck you can use the sand under your wheels to get you free. You find these at your local home improvement or hardware store. Or plan B. Get a cheap $500 beater to get you around in the winter and park the Camaro. The Camaro will last longer because it won't get eaten by the salt used to keep the roads clear in the winter. A black Camaro will always look dirty in the winter. With special permission from both your lender and insurance company you may be able to put a more limited insurance policy on the Camaro while it is parked during the winter, saving additional money. You usually must sign a document stating that the vehicle is in storage and won't be driven during this time. You must resume the full coverage insurance before you put it back on the road. A $500 beater will cost not much more than a set of winter tires and rims. You can then park or sell your winter beater in the spring.
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  • GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney’s decision to campaign negatively in Iowa appears to have backfired, with a new Newsmax-InsiderAdvantage poll showing the former Massachusetts governor plummeting to fourth place in the Hawkeye State -- a swift decline that pollster Matt Towery describes as “imploding.” Romney’s lead in New Hampshire is evaporating as well, Towery adds. The InsiderAdvantage survey of 517 registered likely Iowa caucus-goers shows former House Speaker Newt Gingrich the leading choice of 27 percent of Iowa Republicans. He is followed by Texas Rep. Ron Paul at 17 percent, Texas Gov. Rick Perry at 13 percent, Romney at 12 percent, and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann at 10 percent. Former Sen. Rick Santorum and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman have 7 percent and 4 percent respectively. For Romney, the results are a stark contrast from earlier this month, when several polls showed him grabbing 20 percent of the vote in Iowa. At that point, pundits speculated it was even possible Romney could win Iowa outright. Now, just a few weeks later, Towery says Romney is imploding. “He’s imploding in the sense that somebody had to take all the Herman Cain vote, and then you had a large undecided vote. Throughout that entire time period, Romney has not moved a single point, and he’s moved from being in second place to being in fourth place,” says Towery. “So clearly whatever he’s been doing in Iowa is not working.” Towery attributes Romney’s decline to his violation of one of the cardinal rules of Iowa politics: To always campaign on a positive rather than a negative basis. In the past week Romney has unleashed surrogates to brand former Gingrich as a “faux conservative,” in the words of former New Hampshire Gov. John H. Sununu. Romney challenged Gingrich to return the $1.6 million he received while consulting troubled mortgage lender Freddie Mac. Romney also has been criticized for offering to make a $10,000 bet with Perry at the latest GOP debate. Towery said Romney not only has attacked Gingrich, but has done so openly, attaching his name to the various charges that he’s leveled. “That does not fly in Iowa,” Towery declared. “…In my judgment, they just took the wrong approach.” Towery said that Romney would have been better off playing it conservative in Iowa, accepting a loss, and then moving on to continue the battle in New Hampshire. “I think it’s one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen a campaign do, when they had so much good will in terms of how people felt about the candidate himself,” Towery said. “I mean, they may think he’s a moderate or a flip-flopper or whatever, but I don’t think anybody has ever accused Mitt Romney of being a bad guy. “And now he’s turned himself into a bad guy in Iowa, a state where you can’t get away with it, because everybody talks to everybody,” he said. Perhaps even more ominous for Romney, however, is the poll’s indication that Romney’s problems may have spread beyond Iowa. “Because he’s having trouble in Iowa now, it’s spilling over to New Hampshire,” Towery said. “And while he still has a lead in New Hampshire, it’s not a compelling lead. And at one point it was an overwhelming lead.” An NBC/Marist Poll conducted at the end of November showed Romney with a decisive double-digit lead over Gingrich, 39 percent to 23 percent. But the Newsmax-InsiderAdvantage poll of 521 likely GOP primary voters in New Hampshire shows Gingrich rapidly narrowing the gap. Romney continues to lead with 29 percent of the vote in New Hampshire. Gingrich is second at 24 percent, and Paul is surging into a close third place with 21 percent of the vote. Huntsman, who in some ways has pursued a one-state strategy, is the only other candidate in double figures, with 11 percent. Following Huntsman are Bachmann with 4 percent, Santorum with 2 percent, and Perry with 1 percent. Both the Iowa poll and the survey in New Hampshire have a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent, according to Towery. He added that Paul is a serious factor in both states, and other candidates ignoring him do so at their peril. Read more on Newsmax.com: Newsmax/InsiderAdvantage Poll: Romney in Free Fall
  • And now he’s turned himself into a bad guy in Iowa, a state where you can’t get away with it, because everybody talks to everybody,”
  • I watched the last debate with Romney and wasn't impressed. Romney is all about appearance and voice intonations. Romney appeals to the ego through a slick marketing campaign. He is a Mormon and Mormons believe they are going to become gods. Romney may already believe he is a god by the sound of his voice.
  • Could be. Obama has a Lot of Welfare & Communist Supporters. And.... there are Over 2 Million Dead Democrats just Waiting to Vote For Communist Obama.
  • I was the designated driver for my friends. Was driving friends car home and got in a car accident. Other driver ran the red when I turned. She admitted to it to the police but my friend has no insurance. Will he be penalized and will he receive any sort of compensation from the other drivers insurance for totaling his car. He also has $1200 left with his finance company. Will they charge him anything even though he will pay the remainder off?
  • First, There is no requirement that a car must be insured to collect from the liable person. If the other driver is found liable (her admitting fault does NOT make her automatically liable). O N L Y insurance companies can determine who is liable. If the other driver is found liable, your friends car will be repaired and anyone injured will be covered. Second, You may receive a citation for driving an uninsured car since that is illegal in all US states except New Hampshire. That still doesn't change liability though. Your friend may also receive a citation because his/her car was not insured. Third, If your friend had a loan on the car, the lender would have required that the car have had (at least) collision and comprehensive insurance coverage. Are you certain that your friends car was really not insured? That would be very unusual. Fourth, if the other party is found liable the check will go to the lien holder. If the car is totalled and your friend receives less than the $1200. he/she owes then your friend will have to keep making payments until the loan is completely satisfied. Fifth...... It is your responsibility to make certain that any car you drive is legal in every way and especially that it is properly insured
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  • Compare quotes for free at http://PROTECTIONQUOTING.NET/pjobcMG243 RE Car totaled. Other drivers fault but have no insurance.? I was the designated driver for my friends. Was driving friends car home and got in a car accident. Other driver ran the red when I turned. She admitted to it to the police but my friend has no insurance. Will he be penalized and will he receive any sort of compensation from the other drivers insurance for totaling his car. He also has $1200 left with his finance company. Will they charge him anything even though he will pay the remainder off?
  • The other drivers insurance company must compensate your friend for his loss even though he didn't have insurance. He will receive fair market value for his car. The check goes to his finance company and if his car was worth more than the $1,200 he owes he gets a check for the excess. You could get charged with driving an uninsured car and get fined or lose your license. It was your responsibility to check if the car was insured before getting behind the wheel. Your friend could also be fined for having an uninsured car. Edit: Shane is incorrect. No pay no play laws only cover non economic damages like pain and suffering. You still recover all of your actual costs related to the accident.
  • The police might suspend his license and vehicle registration for not carrying insurance. This would mean he would not be able to register another car in his name or drive for the duration of the suspension. As long as he continues to make his regular payments to the finance company, they shouldn't do anything to him. Although they might demand full payment when they find out he had no insurance and now there is no car. It just depends on their policies and how good of a customer he has been. I am not sure about the other insurance company paying off the vehicle. I do not know if they still have to pay even though he didn't have insurance.
  • Depends on what state you are in. In some states, if you do not carry insurance the other parties insurance does not have to pay anything even though they are fully at fault. Not a good idea to have an uninsured car in those states.
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  • Driving without full coverage is never a good thing.
  • He'll most likely get beaten with a stick for being cluless.
  • 2 different states are involved. if i filed for bankruptcy, in massachusetts where i live, would it wipe out a court-ordered (in new hampshire) credit card payment? the problem is, the credit card is not in my name, but in the name of my ex-wife. i am currently broke, homeless (sleeping on friends' couches,etc) and desperately trying to find work. also have some serious physical injuries. if anyone could help i would be very grateful. thank you,
  • Any debt that is not in you name cannot be included in your bankruptcy. Any debt that had a co-owner or cosigner will discharge the debt for you but the creditor can (and likely will) pursue the other person on the debt. Edit: A divorce decree does not change the contract between a borrower and lender. It only allows one spouse to sue the other spouse if one spouse does not meet the debt obligations ordered by the divorce decree. As far as the lender is concerned, the debt is your ex-wifes.
  • In your case this site can be very helpful SALESQUOTES.INFO- RE Bankruptcy question--does it wipe out a court-ordered credit card payment? 2 different states are involved. if i filed for bankruptcy, in massachusetts where i live, would it wipe out a court-ordered (in new hampshire) credit card payment? the problem is, the credit card is not in my name, but in the name of my ex-wife. i am currently broke, homeless (sleeping on friends' couches,etc) and desperately trying to find work. also have some serious physical injuries. if anyone could help i would be very grateful. thank you,
  • It sounds like a judgement was won by a creditor against you. Judgments allow the garnishment of wages. If you aren't working then a judgement would not have any value to your creditors. Once you start working then wages may be garnished up the max. allowable level allowed by your state.
  • Pat Buchanan: GOP, Party of Smaller Government, Dying Out Thursday, January 22, 2009 9:17 AM By: Rick Pedraza Article Font Size MSNBC political analyst Patrick Buchanan says the GOP is all but dead and wonders whether it can even be called a national party anymore. Buchanan, an author and former adviser to Presidents Nixon, Ford, and Reagan, wrote in his syndicated column Tuesday that the “new majority” gains made during those previous administrations are but a distant memory. He expressed fear that the country is turning away from the GOP creed of small government and low taxes “Demographically, philosophically and culturally, the party base has been shrinking since Bush I won his 40-state triumph over Michael Dukakis,” Buchanan wrote. “Indeed, the Republican base is rapidly becoming a redoubt, a Fort Apache in Indian country.” In the commentary piece, Buchanan offered up National Journal writer Ron Brownstein’s grim prognosis of the Republican Party's chances of recapturing the White House any time soon, noting that the Democrats have won the past five elections in 18 states and the District of Columbia, with 248 electoral votes among them. Those 18 include California, New York, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, and all but New Hampshire in the six states that make up New England. Additionally, in four of the past five elections, Iowa, New Hampshire, and New Mexico all have gone Democratic, and Virginia and Colorado have begun turning blue. "State by state, election by election, Democrats since 1992 have constructed the party's largest and most durable Electoral College base in more than half a century,” Buchanan quotes Brownstein as saying. “Call it the blue wall." Buchanan noted that the Democratic base “is becoming so solidified it may block any Republican from regaining the White House, in the absence of a catastrophically failed Democratic president.” Buchanan cited two reasons he believes the Republicans have lost so much ground to the Democrats since the election of Bill Clinton in 1992: 1) The majority of younger, college-educated voters are turning increasingly to the Democratic Party in a counterculture attack on the issues of abortion, same-sex marriage, and affirmative action. 2) Republican voters are aging, while Democratic voters, “fed by high immigration and a high birth rate among immigrants,” are expanding. Nearly 90 percent of legal and illegal immigrants are poor or working class and are forced to rely on government help with health, housing, education, and welfare, Buchanan noted, adding that nearly 40 percent of wage earners have dropped from the tax rolls because of tax cuts. “If one pays no federal income tax but reaps a cornucopia of benefits, it makes no sense to vote for the party of less government,” Buchanan concluded.
  • They voted for George W Bush who increased the size of government astronomically. Are they sure they believe in smaller government? BTW- govt. regulation of the mortgage lenders would have help prevent the banking crisis. See, big govt. isn't always bad. PSST - Reagan only cut taxes his first year. After he really started to build up the military and running up a big deficit, he increased taxes every year after 1981.
  • Buchanan is no dummy. He sees the writing on the wall and has said so time and time again on McLaughlin Group show on PBS Sundays. He's still very conservative, but with the republicans gutting all regulation out of the banking industry they cut their own political throats when the whole system collapsed or nearly did. The only real stronghold the republicans have now is Oklahoma and the population there isn't high enough to effect the rest of the nation and Texas is abandoning the republicans as well. Oklahoma will follow sooner or later having been very much a traditional democratic stronghold as well. But don't worry, but parties have switched positions over the years on several occasions. The thing is though is that the general population has finally realized that conservative politics as usual just don't cut it anymore in a cut throat word. We no longer have the option of bombing the rest of the world into submission. Obama's organizational skills along with those of Dr. Scream plain out outfoxed anything the arrogance of the republican party could come up with. They smoked and left the republican party in the dust..in very short order.
  • A big problem is practically everybody associates 'conservative" to "republican" thanks largely to the Rove/Rush/Billo media types - but really moderate America is a majority - screwed by Bush on the economy, and all the Bush cronies who have spent the last 8 years singing in harmony about how bad everyone who is not them is, the republicans have lost sizeable chunks of their "base" - A very real fact is that there are a lot of conservative democrats - who do not want to lose their jobs, homes, and health insurance to rich elitist Wall Streeters who spent years in the republican pockets - No days if the world finds out your company has been milking the middle class and enjoying private jets and pricey luxuries off the backs of yours and mine retirement funds and lost everything- Well, the rublicans will have hell to pay and a giant mountain to climb - only a few brain-dead Rush limbaugh believers will follow - at least until starvation sets in.
  • I think you are exceptionally awaken and self-realized man but unfortunately the passage is a bit long for some people to read the whole of it. About the accusations of conspiracy - no conspiracy theory is a match for the accident where an electric circumcision device failed resulting in castration of the baby and the doctors performed a sex-change procedure to avoid scandal. Try me - if you think you can pull out a lie more shocking than the facts I know I accept the challenge!
  • Buchanan's form of isolationist conservatism died out long ago. Conservatism is not dead. You need to remember that BO won by a slim margin. This country is split almost 50/50 between conservatism and liberalism. The swing went to Obama this time because the economy tanked. Liberalism is NOT sweeping the country. Why don't you go find a stump to stand on the next time you want to make a speech?
  • Buchanan often makes statements out of touch with conservatives, he has no position to determine the future of the Republican party. His traitorous appearances on MSNBC are to delight liberals that want to hear the drivel you are posting before us. His opinions are irrelevant and time will and has proven this.
  • Reagan wasn't even a true Republican. He cut taxes and increased government spending.
  • Yeah that "Republican" thing didn't work out so now the right are starting to call themselves anti-Democrats instead.
  • Sounds like someone posturing for a run in 2012.
  • Pat Buchannan was a radical white separatist and racist. He has since changed his ways, but I do not trust him.
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