answered on Aug 24, 2021
It depends upon the provision in question. Many portions of the nonprofit act provide, “unless the governing documents provided otherwise…”
answered on Aug 28, 2018
Yes. Your choice. You might want to call first and make certain they didn't leave them by mistake.
My HOA claims that we need to double our monthly dues to match the reserve study we just had completed, and when questioned with why it needs to happen so fast, as opposed to a more gradual change, we are only told it's the law with no further answers. I attempted to look up the law, and due... Read more »
answered on May 20, 2018
There's no easy answer to this question. Association Boards have discretion to determine a reasonable reserve policy. Although it depends upon what the Association's governing documents say, it is usually the Board's right and duty to determine how reserves should be funded. Your... Read more »
A coworker was in need, so I let him move into a room in my basement rent free (just help w/ utilities), there's nothing in writing. This was all verbal. We made an agreement to be moved out by March 1, '18. I'm not sure if he'll move out without a problem
answered on Jan 11, 2018
Assuming he won't voluntarily leave when you request him to, you can pursue an unlawful detainer action against him, which is an expedited process which leads to a court order for him to get out. If he doesn't comply with that, law enforcement will assist you in removing him and his... Read more »
Would put it on our personal insurance because he didn't have workman's comp for his employers. Very small company, we question if workman's comp is required. This was Friday 10/27/17, my husband was "let go" yesterday, 10/31/17!! Please help?
answered on Nov 1, 2017
I'm not licensed in Nevada, and am not sure where this occurred, but in Utah the employer would have to have had workers compensation insurance (and I'm 99% certain that would be the case in Nevada -- I think it's the case in all states. Your husband should see a good personal injury... Read more »
I have been offered a flight/hotel by the prosecuting law firm for a deposition as requested by the defending law firm. (I'm participating in a delivery driver class action) Is this is standard practice? I'm weirded out a guy called and want to fly me out in a week.
answered on Oct 16, 2017
Probably because it' less expensive than them flying to you.
answered on Oct 16, 2017
An employer can require you to work as many hours as they wish, provided they compensate you in accordance with overtime laws. They cannot "force" you to do it, in that you can decline, and quit or get fired. If your employer is making you work more than you want, I'd suggest that... Read more »
Even if the video surveillance isnt used to monitor its employees, as its cliamed, do they need to inform its employees?
answered on Oct 16, 2017
It would be a good practice, but would not be required in a portion of the office where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy.
Sorry, a worker’s comp claim for an on the job injury.
We lived in this apartment for 1 year. Upon move out, they are claiming we owe an $85 cleaning fee, a $35 carpet cleaning fee, and an $85 partial painting fee (we did not pay a deposit upon move in). I cleaned for 8 hours before move out and scrubbed the apartment clean! The only damage to the... Read more »
answered on Sep 5, 2017
Take a look at the Utah Fit Premises Act, Utah Code 57-22. (You can find it through Google.) Also, check your city's ordinances; some cities provide more protection. Small claims court may be your best and only real option.
I'm under contract (I'm the buyer) for a 1.5 acre piece of land and apparently it was described incorrectly when it was originally subdivided. What is the best way to resolve this issue and who is responsible for working to get this resolved? The buyer, the buyers agent, the sellers, the... Read more »
answered on Aug 9, 2017
All of the parties should be motivated to move this along, assuming the seller wants to sell and the buyer (you) still want to buy. The complexity of resolving this type of dispute varies considerably based upon the type of property involved, and the jurisdiction(s) which have authority. Sometimes... Read more »
We just purchased a home. We've lived here for about 2 1/2 months, but we started experiencing plumbing issues within the first few weeks. The plumber we spoke with said the seller had to have known these issues yet they weren't disclosed to us. Do we have any kind of recourse?
answered on Jul 27, 2017
If you purchased with a Utah standard form Real Estate Purchase Contract, the seller would have had to make disclosures of known defective conditions with the property. If you can prove they knew about them, and didn't disclose them, you may have a claim for fraud, or breach of contract, or... Read more »
Realtor stating no matter what we have to accept the best offer given. Even if way below value of land
answered on Apr 26, 2017
Unless there is some important fact missing, your realtor is incorrect.
answered on Apr 16, 2017
If you own the home, and someone else is in it without a right to be there, you can file an eviction action. That is an expedited court proceeding to remove someone who is illegally occupying property.
I was fired from my job from what I was told was a reduction of force. The person who let me go asked me the same day if I would consider coming back at a later time or a different position, I told him yes.
A month ago I was asked to come in for an interview . It went well... Read more »
answered on Jan 3, 2017
There is no law that requires an employer to rehire individuals who are terminated, regardless of the reason. Assuming you were not hired because of some type of discrimination, you may have a claim. But with the information provided, I see no claim.
My longtime partner and I want to sell a home in Salt Lake. She lives out of state. Only her name is on the title, but both our names are on the second mortgage. The first mortgage is paid. How can we sell without her having to travel to Salt Lake? Should I be added to the title? Can't a Salt... Read more »
answered on Dec 4, 2016
There would be no need for her to be here. Docs could be send and mailed/fed exed. They would need to be notarized, but she can find a notary at her local bank. Your adding your name to the title wouldn't help, because her signature would still be needed.
answered on Nov 3, 2016
Depends on where you live. Most municipalities require a local business license. Some municipalities will prohibit you from renting the basement if it doesn't meet specific requirements.
Upon moving in, it was our expectation that we would receive all the keys associated with the house. In our previous residence, we lost our pool key, and replaced it upon moving out. We expected and should have received the same at our new house. We contacted our HOA, and they said it was our... Read more »
answered on Nov 3, 2016
The seller should have given you the key; since they didn't, the association ought to, but is not legally required to give you a key either for free, or at no charge. It's not a good sign if the association welcomes new owners by not giving them a key.
I have been interviewing for a general manager position at a large retailer, the first interview was with "John" the regional manager, he was very very friendly, second interview was with a different women. I was on a common app called grindr where gay men meet each other. I was contacted... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2016
You would most likely have a very difficult time getting anywhere with this case. To start, it appears you voluntarily went to see him after seeing him on Grinder and being invited to come get naked. It doesn't appear he made any promises if you visited him, and you'd presumably have a... Read more »
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