I miss the 1/2 hr News hour...
You send it certified mail because then you have a paper trail. I assume notices were sent via certified mail because then that protects you in court from the 'I never got them' defense. Same thing with a phone call, there is no paper trail. There is a reason why things are done in the mail and not via a phone call. Phone calls dont work. Simple as that, and they can easily be overturned as evidence in a court room. Certified mail, not so much.
What can wind do for you?
More to the point, she was negligent, by her own admission, in not opening her bills. It's not like she was disabled, or incapacitated, or otherwise unable to open those bills - and receive the HOA's notice. She was feeling blue. Thinking the HOA is some evil monster in this instance is totally myopic because it let's a negligent dumb irresponsible bitch off the hook.
That's really a long way of saying - we're in agreement so far (sans the business about looking at this in a vacuum).
Gillman v. Chase Manhattan, 73 NY 2d 1 - NY: Court of Appeals 1988An unconscionable contract has been defined as one which "is so grossly unreasonable or unconscionable in the light of the mores and business practices of the time and place as to be unenforcible according to its literal terms. (See 1 Corbin on Contracts, § 128, p. 400.)" (Mandel v Liebman, 303 N.Y. 88, 94.) The doctrine, which is rooted in equitable principles, is a flexible one and the concept of unconscionability is "intended to be sensitive to the realities and nuances of the bargaining process" (Matter of State of New York v Avco Fin. Serv., 50 N.Y.2d 383, 389-390). A determination of unconscionability generally requires a showing that the contract was both procedurally and substantively unconscionable when made — i.e., "some showing of an `absence of meaningful choice on the part of one of the parties together with contract terms which are unreasonably favorable to the other party'
As you can see from the legal standard, there's really no way to claim that this obligation is unconscionable.
If that doesn't seem right to you, keep in mind what CG said - you'd have to be extremely negligent to get to a place where you get foreclosed for not paying a small debt. In this case, losing the home is entirely on bitch .
So not only did this woman get notices from the HOA, she must've gotten them from the court as well, correct? Every time I've had to go to court I got notices from the court itself. (This is assuming that her presence is requested for this meeting, which would seem an obvious invite.)
Would you prefer the police hunt her down, put her in cuffs, and take her to a court hearing?
And I bet that soldier is fucking pissed off.
Nice to hear that there were those recourses I was wondering about.
She would have to have been formally served with a process server (assuming she hadn't already lawyered up) - so she would also have had to known that a court was ready to take her house away.
But she was so she shouldn't have to pay.
Ironic that lost in the shuffle is the fact that HOAs are foreclosing on the big banks. How can you take issue with that? How's it evil?
The rest of us are talking about whether it is morally right to seize a house, and all your dumb ass can see is "is it legal".
Should the penalty for an $800 fee be $300,000? Not by any moral standard, but because it is legal, or it makes you feel smug and superior, it's fine with you.
Fuck, let's see where that kind of moral reasoning goes.
"It's perfectly legal to take this Jude business, so it is right. I mean why should they be crying because they are jews. They know the law, so they can't be all crying about it."
"It's perfectly legal to shovel them into ovens, so it is the right outcome. I mean if they weren't jewish in the first place it wouldn't have happened to them."
Yeah, I went there. I believe you are exactly the kind of person who would have been cheering at the rallies, and exactly the kind of person that goosestepped all the way because it was legal, and it seems that no small portion of the US population will be right beside you.
I only ask, who are you going to push into the oven first when it is made legal, vy?
Originally Posted by Wild Cobra:
"it is possible that warming for windmills vs. CO2 is about equal, and that the windmills will change the wind/climate in ways worse than CO2 ever could."
This thread has pretty much been exclusively about the numerous chances this dumb Luck_The_Fakers_Luck_The_Fakers_Luck_The_Fakers_Lu ck_The_Fakers_ had before she lost her husbands house. Not about morals.
I thought you one to at the Nazi references. What happened RG? You used to be ok.
More copy and paste from the downstairs regulars! Neat!Too bad if maybe you spent less time explaining the difference between evil and illegal to me, DAT BULL wouldn't have rode your wife hard and put her up wet.
You need that list of lols to complete the imitation though, tbh
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