We are a construction subcontractor. Main contractor had engaged third party (''skilled worker'') to carry out our subcontract defect works with no basis. Unfortunately the 3rd party workmanship is poor creating more defects. Are we oblige
asked 5 months ago
I have a customer who ordered a goods from me it did not turn out to be authentic even though the website says it is. I agreed to give him back on 24/4/2016 but my pau was delayed and he is deciding to sue me. If he sues me and I pay at a later date after
I sold my used car to a friend with the ownership transferred to her husband directly at LTA about one year ago when I left SG, however I haven’t received any payment from her so far. She always said she needed more time. I don’t have any legal documents
A car sales consultant from a reputation authorised dealer forged my signature on the Sales agreement. What action can be taken from my end?
asked 6 months ago
I received a letter of demand for outstanding debt for fitness package I signed I a few years ago. What should I do?
asked 7 months ago
I had signed up for a package at a hair salon. They had been uncontactable for a while. I realised they had closed down. Do I have a case against them. Is there any way I can get my money back from them? The package I signed up for is not finished. I have
i am the owner of a bike, with a agreement of the lender i sell it for 1.5k . how can i take action of take back my since the loan is still under my name. the lender always late payment of the monthly instalment of $259 to the bike shop
I am a contractor. I have awarded works of $100k of which I have paid $40k deposit to a subcontractor. The client does not want the works to be carried out anymore. Does the subcontractor have to refund me my 40% deposit? Thank you.
asked 8 months ago
Can USA debt collector force me to pay outstanding medical bill after I return to Singapore?
I signed up for 3 mths at a dating website based in UK. After which, they still want to deduct as they say I did not cancel. Since they r unable to deduct from my card, their lawyers send me an email to pay immediately b4 further action. Can they sue me?