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These guys are great!! I have bought 2 cars from them now and they have been great cars at great pricing. Fred, Matt, CJ and the whole team were absolutely great to work with. I dealt mostly with the owner Fred, but when he was not available, the rest of the team was there without missing a beat. The newest car, a BMW 535i xdrive, is absolutely amazing! I would definitely recommend them (and have to friends) and will be back when it's time to trade this in.
When you're dealing with bad credit car loans, subprime lenders typically want a minimum of $1,000 down, or 10 percent of the car's selling price. This standard is only a general rule of thumb, and specific amounts vary by lender. Another benefit to having a down payment is that lenders see it as a sign you're invested in the success of your auto loan. So, what are you waiting for Let us help point you toward a dealer in or near Albany where you can find the right lender for your credit and down payment situation.
For a lot of people, their credit history is a major stumbling block in car ownership. Because of their poor rating, there are many lenders that deny their application for a car loan. At our dealership, on the other hand, even with low credit rating, you will have the chance to buy the car that you want. Through our Buy Here Pay Here Long Island, NY scheme, your credit score will be useless. Everyone is treated fairly, regardless of credit history. This means that everyone has the chance of going home being approved for financing.
There may be limited exceptions to this generalization. Please contact DEC if you think \"a beverage identified as a type of water to which a sugar has been added\" does not conform to this general principle.
\"Ink-jetting\" or \"video-jetting\" has not been considered an acceptable method for applying the indication of refund value to containers because it has never met all of the labeling requirements in the law and regulations. However, if there is an \"ink-jetting\" process that meets all such requirements, it may be permissible. Please contact DEC if you believe an \"ink-jetting\" process conforms to all such requirements, so that DEC may make a determination as to whether it is indeed acceptable.
The Court's injunction of the New York-Exclusive UPC provisions of the amendments (ECL 27-1012(12)) remains in full force and effect. Therefore, deposit initiators are not required to register container labels with DEC and beverage containers are not required to bear a New York-specific UPC.
The New York State Department of Health has informed DEC that there have been no changes made to New York State Department of Health policies, procedures, and regulations (New York State Department of Health, 10 NYCRR 5-6 (Subpart 5-6)) as they relate to bottled water labeling. All New York State Department of Health certified bottled water facilities will continue to follow the policies, procedures and regulations as they relate to the certification of their facility(ies). Therefore, labels will continue to be reviewed initially and at the time of renewal to ensure compliance with Subpart 5-6. For the most up-to-date information on this topic or if you have any label certification questions, please contact the New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Water Supply Protection at (518) 402-7711.
DEC regulations define the term \"sale\" as the act of selling or offering to sell, or distributing for use or consumption. Therefore, even beverage containers distributed for free must have a deposit initiated and must be properly labeled with the New York deposit.
Please allow 30 days for processing of the application. In addition, before opening a redemption center, you should contact the municipality where you would like to locate your redemption center to ensure compliance with any local zoning and/or business requirements.
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Matthews Auto President Rob Matthews said the employees from those acquisitions have been of high quality. He said in a statement that those acquisitions \"were instant contributors to the overall success of Matthews Auto. We have met the teams in Albany, and have every reason to believe that the same extraordinary level of talent that we saw in our previously acquired Fuccillo stores exists here.\"
The brothers intend to stay active in their other businesses, including two Byrider buy-here, pay-here stores. But they decided to cut some of their commitments and sell the Ford dealership, he said. Over time, they also sold \"all but a couple\" out of 17 gas stations and convenience stores they owned, Rick Francois said.
Across the country, it's also a seller's market for dealerships. \"It is absolute craziness out there right now,\" said Andy Gill of Gill Automotive Group, a sell-side firm in St. Augustine, Fla., who represented the sellers in the transaction.
On March 11, 1998, plaintiff brought an action in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and obtained orders of attachment as to defendants' Massachusetts property. Plaintiff commenced this action on March 20, 1998. The Complaint contains several claims. Plaintiff alleges federal *91 question jurisdiction based upon its claims for payment from Trust under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act of 1930 (PACA), 7 U.S.C. 499a-499s. On March 25, 1998, plaintiff filed an ex parte motion for an Order of Attachment against defendants. This Court granted the motion the same day. Pursuant to the Order of Attachment, on April 2, 1998 the Columbia County Sheriff filed a Notice of Attachment with the Columbia County Clerk, thereby levying on real property owned by Koplovsky in Hudson, New York. On April 7, 1998, plaintiff brought the present timely motion to confirm the Order of Attachment.
At oral argument on the motion, defendants' counsel submitted an affidavit apprising the Court of a decision of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts in a related action. See Hiller Cranberry Products, Inc. v. Koplovsky Foods, Inc., 2 F. Supp. 2d 157 (D.Mass.1998) (Harrington, J.). Plaintiff here sued the same defendants in that action, and moved for a preliminary injunction and writs of attachment. Id. at 158. In denying the motion, the court held, inter alia, that plaintiff failed to show it had a reasonable likelihood of success on the merits on the PACA claim. Id. This Court agrees with that conclusion, and because plaintiff has no reasonable likelihood of success upon its federal claim, the motion to confirm the order of attachment must be dissolved.
The consequence of the regulation is simple: a written contract with payment terms beyond the 30-day maximum period \"deprives the supplier of trust protection.\" Hiller Cranberry, at 158; In re Lombardo, 12 F.3d at 809; Mid-Valley, 819 F. Supp. at 211. The contract at issue here provides, in relevant part, that KFI would pay 75% of the purchase price within 10 days of the invoice date, 12.5% by January 1 of the following year, and the remaining 12.5% by February 1 of the following year. This Court agrees with Judge Harrington that these payment terms allow one-quarter of the purchase price under the contract to be paid in excess *92 of the 30-day maximum required by the regulations. Hiller Cranberry, at 159. Moreover, because the regulations require \"full payment,\" 7 C.F.R. 46.2(aa) (emphasis added), within the 30-day period, extending payment of one-quarter of the purchase price beyond thirty days is fatal to plaintiff's PACA claim. See Hiller Cranberry, at 159.
The Court concludes plaintiff has no probability of success on its PACA claim, the only claim that presents a federal question and upon which jurisdiction is based. See 28 U.S.C. 1331; Compl. 8. Because the federal claim is subject to dismissal, the Court would likely decline to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over plaintiff's state law claims. See 28 U.S.C. 1367(c) (3). Accordingly, plaintiff has failed to make the required showing under CPLR 6223(b) that it has a probability of success on the merits. The motion to confirm, therefore, must be denied.
Dear Write to Know: I would like to take up clamming as a hobby. It seems to be a fun way to get some fresh salt air (and a nice dinner). Do you know if there is anyone out there giving clamming lessons I'd like advice on licenses, technique and how to find good clamming spots.
Dear Write to Know: Now that the Cape Cod Factory Outlet in Sagamore is rumored to be torn down, has the Easy Spirit shoe store relocated If so, where would I find it It is the only store on the Cape that I know of that carries the Easy Spirit shoe. 59ce067264