Which did not have a permit. I recently found out from my town that there are a couple other things in my house such as the front bay window that does not have permits for. I’m confused how the sellers lawyer and my lawyer did not know or how could sell a home without it not having all permits up... Read more »
Caveat Emptor! You should read your contract and see what is says and whether there are any representations and warranties as to any work performed. Attorneys generally are not going to review all renovations made to the house to confirm they were done legally. This is closer to a due diligence...Read more »
I'm looking for a law firm of non emasculated males and non feminist females who are willing to take on child support services, for the reckless endangerment they pose against people in the arrears by garnishing, disaster relief funds in a time of crisis. This shows negligence in the that... Read more »
Generally, if you are able to afford an attorney in your jurisdiction you should be able to locate one. If you can, I recommend searching for attorneys in your area and speaking with them directly to determine whether they are the right fit.
It means someone filed for the trademark as "intent to use" and there was a failure to complete the registration because a statement of use was never filed. Here is the explanation from the USPTO https://www.uspto.gov/trademarks-application-process/abandoned-applications
Typically no because that is a conflict of interest for the attorney. The company is the client, not the shareholder and representation of the shareholder individually is usually a conflict. Additionally, if the company is paying for the personal expenses (their personal legal fees) of the...Read more »
It depends on the product you are selling, whether you are storing it, and to where it is being sold, but generally you do not need a license for e-commerce in New York. However, you should review the sales tax aspects of the transactions (Most sales applications can handle this for you) or the...Read more »
A neighbor's son has been storing his suitcase in our building's lobby for just over 5 weeks now. He changes clothes there daily and keeps his dirty clothes in a trash bag. The neighbor will not let him in her apartment b/c of COVID-19 contamination concerns (b/c this son is homeless).... Read more »
While there is no general prohibition on landlord's to restrict a tenant's guest's access to the common areas of the building, this situation may be an exception. It sounds like the person is residing in the hallway which would be a violation of the building's certificate of...Read more »
Yes, it is possible. You will want to review the Wisconsin LLC Law under "SUBCHAPTER XII MERGER; CONVERSION" - Here is the statute: https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/183/XII/1207. If the other company is not a Wisconsin LLC, the steps may be different, but every...Read more »
I rented a mobile storage unit. I was to be on auto billing monthly. I was auto billed for the first 9 months after that the inadequate employee stopped doing his job and did not bill me monthly for auto billing. 3 yrs later they pick up the unit. Six months after pickup they send a bill for... Read more »
Generally yes, they can still collect because you have not fulfilled your requirements under the contract. However, there are two areas of law you should look at in Virginia: 1) what is the statute of limitations on breach of contract and debt collection, and 2) did they waive their right to...Read more »
I have one rental property and a mortgage on the house she is living in. She states that she will hold the money on an escrow account until she gets more income generated. Does the tenant that is on the original lease have to pay? What do I say back to the sublet about non payment.
First, she is not your tenant and is not obligated to pay you (this is assuming you leased the place to another tenant and that tenant leased it to this woman). Second, your tenant (the prime tenant) is obligated to pay you. Third, the courts are closed to non-essential matters (which this is) and...Read more »
Without knowing more about the lease or the tenancy, it is impossible to know. However, your landlord is not allowed to hold more than 1 month's security deposit in New York as of June 2019 pursuant to the HSTPA. Here is the primary security deposit law in New York:...Read more »
Yes, it's likely they can refuse to sell because they are not a protected class under Federal, State, or Local Law. If they are already in contract this would be a different story depending on the contract. You can check the AG's website for more information....Read more »
Her. She took me to court to enforce the agreement because I didn’t leave. The judge gave me an extension until the last day of April. Now with this situation of the covid 19 I can’t go out, not working and I’ve heard gov Cuomo saying that the evictions have been cancel for a few months. Can... Read more »
Yes, evictions are stayed and the Courts are not open. Should you not comply, when the Courts reopen they maybe able to evict you, but this will be dependent on the facts of the case and the Court Order.
They are not run though a LLC but through my own name. I do not take the 20% rental business deduction. More specifically I would like to know how to answer this question when applying for unemployment..NY Labor asks "Other than part-time work, on-call work, or owning a single-family rental... Read more »
It is not likely you are entitled unemployment benefits. You are likely a sole proprietor and don't contribute. You can look here to see if you are exempt from unemployment: https://labor.ny.gov/ui/dande/covered1.shtm
The seller paid the taxes on the property on October 4th before we purchased. We’ve been trying to transfer the deed but the seller won’t return our calls or texts but sent us a letter wanting us to pay him for the taxes he paid and then he will send us the deed. We feel he is responsible for... Read more »
What does the contract say? Generally the contract will determine who is liable for the property taxes. Often, it is the case that the seller prepaid for part of the quarter and will receive a credit at closing for the time the seller is not in possession.
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