I never completed the second check yet the company fired me citing the second check and their corporate partners having an issue. Shouldn’t all that have been cleared up with my first check and if so are they at risk for discriminating against me
It is unclear to me what type of unlawful discrimination you believe occurred. If you believe the discrimination was based upon your arrest record or criminal history the you might find this interesting. https://jobs.mo.gov/sites/jobs/files/criminal_background_check_dwd_12-2016_wioa.ppt...Read more »
PERSON A listed vehicle on Craigslist, with intent to pay off lien. Thursday, Person B purchased used vehicle with cash. Bank(LIEN) paid on Friday with said cash+. B called Sat to back out. What should happen next?
With limited exceptions, under Missouri law a party to a contract cannot simply change his or her mind. Courts are there to adjudicate contract claims when parties cannot agree and someone files a lawsuit.
There’s no way someone can tell you whom the court will believe. What I can tell you is that contracts for deed generally go badly for tenants. You should hire an attorney if you can afford one. If you proceed pro se you’ll likely lose, especially if your landlord is represented by counsel.
An important part of my case is to prove the inexperience of workers. The discovery question asked for names, addresses, and phone numbers of suppliers and workers for the project. After refusal to answer, a motion to compel the answer to the question was granted. An answer was received, but... Read more »
You could file a motion for sanctions for failure to comply with the judge’s order. First, contact opposing counsel and request a full answer. If necessary, consider getting the information through a deposition.
Contact signed in December 2020 with the June 9, 2021 closing date which is plenty of time to build a 1600 sq ft home. The builder is doing several trades himself so he doesn’t have to pay subcontractors. He has drug his feet for weeks and will not be done in time for closing cause if me to loose... Read more »
For most people, a real estate transaction is the largest purchase they will ever make. I encourage you to have an attorney review your contract in order to help you decide what to do. The contractual terms will be significant in planning your next steps. If would be reckless for anyone to...Read more »
Ex begged me to stay With him in Grenada MS in a hotel for a week while he worked. I live in Mo so he picked me up and drove me The entire time I was there he was emotional and argumentative. Thursday I Made a nail appointment, I had to walk to. I started walking to the nail salon Next thing I... Read more »
If your lease expired or was mutually terminated early in writing, then I don't understand the basis for your former landlord's claiming that you are still a tenant. The written documents control, however. You have the right to seek to have a court enforce a lease. If you are not clear...Read more »
Missouri has an unpaid-wages statute that may be of use. If you sent a proper request for your unpaid wages and are not then paid, you may sue to collect wages past due plus wages going forward up to 60 days from termination. That's an extra two months of pay. Confer with a Missouri...Read more »
Two Direct Sales Representative’s (DSR’s) have the same base salary, same job code and functions – which is to sell Internet+TV+Phone+Mobile to residential homes. The employer has selected 3 out of the entire salesforce and gave them the option to continue to make $160 per TRIPLE PLAY bundle... Read more »
For most people, a house purchase is the largest financial transaction that they will ever make. You shouldn’t have signed without agreeing or understanding it. That being said, the contract terms might still give you an out. Perhaps there are contingencies. Have a local attorney review the...Read more »
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