Adam Levy & The Mint Imperials- In The Morning
Joe’s Pub, New York. February 8, 2012.
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William Levy @WillyLevy29 in Good Morning America
they just put a levy on my vehicle for an amount I owe to a past landlord, how can I get out of this? i didnt clean my apartment when I moved out because the owner didnt hold up to the end of his bargain by getting a dumpster delivered for trash, furniture, etc. So Im wondering- the bailiff came to my door and said I have until Next Thursday to get some arrangements made or they are seizing my vehicle. I lost my license in September anyways and havent been driving it and sold it to my mother yesterday and was getting titles changed this morning but the bailiff came first, so what can I do- this is serious and I need some assistance everyone.please no cocky answers!
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did you miss a court date? Did you ignore a summons? If you did, you lost a small claims court, and he is in his rights to do this.If it is a lean against your property for a court judgement, the only thing I think you can do is pay what the settlement was. If you do this, he must release your vehicle lean.
You need to pay the debt. They only do that sort of thing as a last resort when they can’t contact you or you don’t cooperate.
One.selling the vehicle when you are aware there is a lien on it can be considered a criminal offense. Even in a civil matter. Your solution to the problem is quite simple. You have to make good on the debt. There is no way around this. Once the lien is lifted you’ll be in the free and clear. despite your claim that the landlord failed to uphold his/her end of the deal is of no consequence. Legal action has been instituted against you and time is short.Unless you want to run the risk of being jailed on a silly civil matter.I’d be sure you don’t sell the car to Mom and get the cash together to make the situation right before you loose your wheels.
sell the car sweety and sorry your so sad life will get better good things n=happen to good people and you sound very hurt and i feel bad for you sell it they cant stop you from that you go girl! and i think you r not selling it just saving it or trying too but if your selling it use the money for your debt that scumbag landlord doesnt even need your money i bet ide get someone to whoop his dothead ass i will if you wan tto email me click on my name
Honestly? Pay the debt. You were sent something in the mail at some point or were served with notice of a pending court appearance regarding this. If you didn’t show they judgment was against you in default. Call the court and make payment arrangements.
What to do about levied bank account? I checked my bank account this morning online and found I was overdrawn. When I called the bank I found out the IRS had levied my money. I was advised to call the IRS and plea my case, and tell them the money has already gone to bills. Is this good advice? Will it be successful? Please, any comments are appreciated.
You should have received a notice of this happening. Did you not get it? The bank holds the money for 21 days just in case of a reversal or you prove you need that money for necessary bills, after that, it’s the IRS’. Get your financial papers in order to prove you need the money to survive this month. The IRS is more sympathetic to rent, mortgage, car payment, but not credit card, cable, internet, cell phone, etc.
Start by kicking yourself in the head for ignoring the dunning notices that you’ve been receiving over the past several months. The IRS never levies a bank account unless you have been ignoring them completely.The money is gone and the odds of getting it back from the IRS are slim. You can get on a payment plan for whatever debt remains and the IRS will release the levy. The IRS generally only reverses a levy if it was in error in the first place or in cases of extreme hardship. (Unfortunately not being able to make bills for the next couple of weeks doesn’t normally rise to the level of extreme hardship.)
Not a chance. You ignored the IRS and now they will ignore you. By the way, if you deposit more money in that bank they’ll take that too until you pay up in full.
You will receive a notice in about 30* days advising you what they took the money for. They will not send any of that back regardless of how compelling your argument may be. You should contact the people that you paid and advise them that the checks are going to be rejected by the bank because of an IRS action. Change banks or stop using banks altogether until you resolve the IRS situation as they will continue to take any funds they identify.
Waiting until the firing squad has lined up and fired is procrastinating too long. The money has not already gone to pay bills; you have now written a batch of checks that are going to bounce because there is no money in your account. You may be able to negotiate an installment agreement with IRS and get a partial release but you have to make the call to 800-829-7650. Before you do, ask the bank what the fax number is to the department that is handling the levy and have it ready.
What, did you think those notices you were getting from the IRS were a joke? Did you think they were just kidding about taking your money? As the ant said to the grasshopper, “a lack of responsibility on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine.”
You owed IRS and have not taken care of it by requesting an installment agreement.So now you want IRS just to give you back what you owed them Not a good idea to ignore IRS. What makes you think IRS will believe you that you already paid bills, if you are not making an effort to pay them.good luck
I understand an incident I was involved in was caught on cctv operated by the police, can irequest to see it? I was detained over the weekend, released on Mon. morning after agreeing to pay a Fiscal fine.
you can ask for any cctv footage that may involve you. they will charge you about £10 through the freedom of information act. but if it is Evidence in a court case then your solicitor should have or be able to request a copy anyway free of charge. as part of your defence
its very tricky to say and it may come down to your advocate having some type of access to the film normally most of the Stasi state CCTV is operated by the local council and you should note that if your details were passed over a radio network such as that which the police operate or that is connected to or can be recorded by a local council then your details will most probably be ppermanentlyretained and your name, personal details and home details under the anti-terrorism act may be given to shop keepers and staff that even fill shelves in supermarkets for a living if you see security guards paying a lot of attention to you, or police start appearing in odd locations they you are being ttargetedi can tell you that here in Devon and the sstore netsystem which ooperatorson a frequency of 450mhz is known to do just that, here in Devon they really do bbelievein the KGB state that is so pprevalentnow this also includes, AAN PRand facial recognition cameras such as P632 spike camera produced by PIPS technology.most people here in south devon ddon’tknow it but if they have any type of involvement with devon and cornwall police their details will recorded and passed around to anyone that the council bbelievesshould have it, so do be aware.there was a scheme in Belgrave Road, Torquay which did involve the use of CCTV run by and operated by Devon and Cornwall Police and people were being actively filmed using a dome camera that does record sound the same type of system that Stagecoach use produced by LOOK CCTV, which is also connected to control rooms i can tell you that even trains and railway stations also have a connected system that your picture or details may be passed onto.the images recorded by police here are retained on a ppermanentbasis as evidence and are available to any plod at any time. if you think that the video is wrong or that it may be in question then you may be able to apply for a copy under the data protection act or, freedom of information act.
Be aware that not all cctv is recorded anyway, it’s just used for monitoring – much the same as looking out of the window. If any recording exists and is to be used in evidence you or your legal representative will see it.
I presume that you are in Scotland. If you have paid a Fiscal fine, then your case has been dealt with. By paying the fine, you have in fact entered a plea of guilty and that is why the fine was levied. You should have asked to see the evidence before you paid the fine. Never take a Police Caution or a Fiscal Fine without first talking to a solicitor, if you do in each of these examples, you have said that you are guilty. There is not really a great deal that you can do about it now, you said in effect that you were guilty and you paid your fine, case closed as far as the Police are concerned.I regret to tell you that you will have to chalk this one up to experience and stay sober in future. By the way you now have a Police record. Your DNA will be held on file for as long as the Police feel inclined to keep it, regardless of any guidelines to may have read about.