Likely depends on the purchase agreement, company policy, as well as the status of the part that was ordered. Demanding a refund and getting a refund are two different things, and being custom furniture, your question requires a much deeper than typical contract analysis to get a closer answer....Read more »
The State of Michigan in its COVID-19 Employment FAQ has said "Employees may be asked by employers to provide proof of a positive result or exposure. This may include documentation or making an effort to get tested for COVID-19. These are examples of reasonable...Read more »
Well in a mobile home park, the landlord tenant rules are sometimes slightly different, because generally landlords are required to have "just cause" to terminate your tenancy. If the landlord is using a rental increase to effectively terminate your tenancy without just cause that could...Read more »
He dropped it down to impeding traffic but the ticket cost is high. There are no speed limit signs posted on the side of the road I was driving, only on the opposite side in which I can’t see going the opposite direction. The speed limit is 15 mph and I was going 22 mph according to him.
The attorney is getting close to obtaining clear title, however due to Covid-19 it is delayed but hopefully will be resolved soon. I asked that the contract be extended but the seller does not want to do this. Can I request to extend 30 days under the Force Majeure?
I got a letter from the Michigan Unemployment Office saying a “question of eligibility and/or qualification has been raised on a claim in which you are an interested party”. The dates they want proof of income on range from 3/2020 all the way to 5/2021.
Adding to Mr. Geers: provided you were 'qualified' at the time you applied and that many months later the rules changed retroactively, you're at least not alone in letters of this nature. If that is the case they arising from pandemic related unemployment interpretation of the State....Read more »
In the seller disclosure it says the property has had no signs of settlement, foundation or water issues. But there are clear signs of uneven floors. The inspector noted doors not closing because of it being painted too much. Realtor and contractor and inspector said the foundation looked solid... Read more »
Adam sees ahead of him in the street an individual who, from the rear, looks remarkably like his former girlfriend, Barbara. He sneaks up behind the person, taps the person on the shoulder, and tenderly kisses the person on the cheek. It is not in fact Barbara, but Carla. Carla screams and throws a... Read more »
I was thinking about opening a small diagnostic ultrasound clinic in Dearborn, Michigan. I am an experienced sonographer with more than 10 years of experience. I want to cater to clients/patients who will be self pay. I will not be billing insurance companies. I wanted to know what the... Read more »
You will likely need to seek out an attorney who has experience in health care law. I would inquire about whether or not a sonographer can operate independently, the type of license a diagnostic facility requires, and whether or not a diagnostic facility needs a physician in a director role. And, I...Read more »
Adding to Mr. Geers response. MCL 380.1307b together with 380.1312 is part of the prohibition on corporal punishment. And a person who has allegedly been subjected to the wrongful act, would likely raise these statutes in their civil complaint.
Not sooner than 30 days (notice before the end of the pay period), unless certain rules apply. And there might be some reasons you cannot evict them with 30 days notice before the end of the pay period.
We went to trial in Arbitration and the Judge awarded the plaintiff an amount. Then Plaintiff took it to rehear and the award amount was raised 3 times, the judge recognizing their attorney fees but not recognizing ours. Even so, now they will take it to Circuit Court to increase this award even... Read more »
You'll probably need to contact an attorney, run a conflict check to make sure they don't represent the landlord first. With out more information it's not possible for me to say definitively one way or the other.
You're probably really asking about something else. Why do you want the seller's disclosure statement after you've closed? And my guess is that answer will likely lead you to an attorney about whether or not you have a cause of action against the seller.
I am looking to start a brand, I had started searching through trademarks and found one similar but I have some different design ideas. The owner of mark has been mailed abandonment and things along the lines of that. How do I know if I can start making stuff?
Enter "Apple vs PrePear" into your favorite search engine. And before you view this as a biblical tale of a giant vs a shepherd, be aware that a mark holder has an obligation to pursue potential infringers or they might lose their right to the breadth of the mark.
About 6 weeks ago they blocked led my account due to someone other than me trying to access it. I have contacted them several times. The first time they emailed me back with some generic help to open my account back up. That did not work now they wont email me back despite the several emails I have... Read more »
You're in a difficult situation, and I agree with Mr. Minnick. You should hire an attorney, CoinBase Inc. is possibly just not certain you are who you say you are, and once they release it they cannot get it back and if it's the wrong 'you' that could become a problem for them.
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