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Where did Marvin Heemeyer get the land for his muffler shop?

Where did Marvin Heemeyer get the land for his muffler shop?

In 1992, Heemeyer purchased 2 acres (0.8 ha) of land from the Resolution Trust Corporation, the federal agency organized to handle the assets of failed savings and loan associations, for $42,000 to build a muffler shop. He subsequently agreed to sell the land to Cody Docheff to build a concrete batch plant, Mountain Park Concrete, for $250,000.

When does a construction dispute arise with the owner?

Disputes arise, for example, when the owner fails to provide access particularly in remodels of occupied buildings, to obtain required permits or easements, to coordinate multiple prime contractors, or to timely provide owner-supplied equipment.

When do you have the right to dispute a charge?

If they also choose to report the incident to the credit bureaus, they must include a note that you don’t agree you owe the money. The Fair Credit Billing Act — a federal law passed in 1975 — gives you the right to dispute charges in case you are dissatisfied with the transaction through a process called Claims and Defenses.

Why did Marvin Heemeyer get fined for dumping sewage?

He was subsequently fined for improperly dumping sewage from his business instead of connecting to the city sewer system. His feud came to a head on June 4, 2004. Over about eighteen months Heemeyer had secretly modified a Komatsu D355A bulldozer by adding layers of steel and concrete, intended to serve as armor.

What to do if you have a dispute with a car dealer?

Most manufacturers track issues with a computer network shared between dealers, and your VIN will reveal where and when a problem was first reported to a service department. This can be very handy if you have to go up the chain to the zone manager, or manufacturers warranty customer service help department.

What do I do about damage caused to my vehicle at the mechanic?

Most causes of action that would fall under this fact pattern require you to show that the mechanic’s actions actually caused the damage. This can often be difficult, especially when the mechanic’s defense is that the problem was pre-existing or caused by user negligence.

Can a negligence claim be filed against a mechanic?

If you believe that the mechanic lacked the requisite knowledge and skill and these factors caused the mechanic to make faulty repairs, you may have a negligence claim. This type of claim is based on the mechanic having the duty to safely and correctly repair your vehicle based on his or her role as a mechanic.

When do you know it’s the mechanic’s fault?

If a “new” problem occurs immediately after your car was serviced, there’s a good chance it was the mechanic’s fault. Some examples include: Brake noises after a brake job, overheating after the radiator was flushed, shifting problems after the transmission fluid was changed, and fluid leaks after any service.

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Ruth Doyle