I am deciding whether to sign an agreement between myself and a bank for card processing services. The merchant agreement states there is an early termination fee, but I was able to get the bank to agree to waive the fee via email. If I sign this agreement as written but retain a copy of that... Read more »
Then the land was put into auction I think. Now they gave me a surplus disbursement check . I cannot claim it directly with my name ,on my country. How can I claim the money. I was planing to open another LLC same name but my country don’t have LLC. They have LLP or BHD . Or Can I hire a lawyer... Read more »
A lawyer cannot "claim" it for you, but can help you navigate this transaction. I recommend contacting the county or whomever issued you the check to re-issue it to you individually in your name. If that does not work, you may need a lawyer to figure out next steps.
The debt is from “Lending Club” but a different company is suing her for that debt. Since she filed bankruptcy in 2016 and it’s been so long since then, can they even legally sue her? Since it’s not even the same company, could they do this? She is being taken to pre-court next week. She... Read more »
I bought my property less than a year ago. On the right side my neighbors already had a 4ft wire fence in place (about a 30 year old fence). My husband and I wanted to cross fence our property to make an area for our dogs. To do this we bought supplies and connected it to the existing boundary... Read more »
You can use it, meaning you can receive the benefit of their fence being there, but you are not suppose to attach to it. If it is a boundary fence then both of you have an obligation to maintain it. Having said that, in order to have a legitimate claim, one must show damages.
If the sale of my co owned house in Florida goes to partition does the other owner have to share in my legal costs incurred from the partition (lawyer expenses) if they have none, due to they are able to represent themselves.? Respectfully. I do not have a lawyer as per the first answer .that is... Read more »
My brother and I have in Miami, a common property where I have always lived. In 2013 my brother transferred the property to me. In 2020, my brother learned that the value of the property had increased significantly and that I had lost the quit claim deed without having registered it. So, he sued... Read more »
Your deed is valid as between your brother and you. However, it is void as to other third parties because it was not recorded, and they do not have notice of it. However, you may still be able to record it to put them on notice prior to closing. Obviously, you should consult an attorney to deal...Read more »
My year to year lease states: "You must give at least 120 days written notice of termination or intent to move-out". Looking at Florida State law 83.575, it says "may not require more than 60 days’ notice before vacating the premises". Is the lease I signed in violation of the... Read more »
...late fee for missing the May 1 deadline. I have not yet formally filed to dissolve the LLC, but plan to next week. From the info on Florida's website, I assume I can file it and there will not be a penalty, but it would put my mind at ease if you could confirm that I'm correct.... Read more »
The late fee is only if you decide to reinstate the LLC. Otherwise, there is no late fee, it will be dissolved involuntarily for failure to file an annual report. You can proactively pay a small fee and file articles of dissolution, but you do not have to.
have order from 2014 (thru Atlanta Bankruptcy Court) where defendant owes me 4995.00 could never find defendant but recently found out he lives in Tenn now (original order is from Atlanta Ga). Can I still fight for this judgement even though it was from 2014? Defendant owes me 4995.00 and i... Read more »
Sounds like that debt was discharged in bankruptcy. You'd want to double check the bankruptcy case. If your debt was listed and bankruptcy was granted, then the debt was discharged. This means you cannot collect on it anymore.
The property is located in Florida, currently owned by a Florida LLC with one member. The property has no mortgage or liens. I would be 'owner financing' it with the current owner to avoid closing costs and a taxable value increase.
I'm an experienced healthcare worker and I'd like to publish my experiences. Is it legal to tell stories about patients without mentioning any types of identifying patient information? I would keep names, ages and locations out of it.
If you are an "experienced" healthcare worker then you are familiar with the term "deidentifying protected health information (PHI)." If there is no way to track back and identify the patients you are describing then you are fine.
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