I have a travel permit form and after signed, it allows the company to take my child to and from field trips, however, it also excludes them from being held liable for any accidents or misfortunes while transporting. I want to signed it but also state if there is any negligence, yes, they will be... Read more »
Refuses to return the vehicle and continue to deal, and refuses to give me any money back that have been paid into the vehicle. It was financed in their name. Verbal agreement on me keeping the vehicle and making payments.
Since there is no written contract about the essential terms of you all's verbal agreement, then much more information will be needed to better answer your question. Whether there are any written communications (text messages, emails, etc.) that indicate an understanding between you all. I...Read more »
If there are health and safety concerns regarding a property you are leasing or renting, you may contact your local health department or consumer affairs division of the State for assistance. I have attached the tenant's handbook for Georgia....Read more »
Contact the probate court in the county that appointed you executor and ask for a "Renunication of Executorship" form. They may or may not have such form. If not, please contact your local bar for an attorney referral.
When a plaintiff uses the Sherriff to serve a defendant and, garnishee, do they still need to file a certificate of service with the court? The court has uploaded the sheriff's entry of service showing the dates the plaintiff and garnishee were served... Just trying to see if I need to... Read more »
Good question. Like any other magistrate court claim, when you initially file suit and request the marshal's or sheriff's department to serve the defendant, you are required to fill out a form called the "marshal's entry of service" or something similar to that. Once a...Read more »
Without more information on the circumstances surrounding the dispute, a complete answer cannot be given. However, filing a motion to dismiss can be done for a variety of reasons and is case specific. Therefore, It is highly recommended that you contact an attorney that specializes in civil suits....Read more »
they did not market the house nor did they locate the tenant. I did not sell the house to the tenant or anyone related to the tenant but to an investment company. Are they entitled to this commission payment? Area of question is Atlanta GA
It depends on the terms of the agreement with the management company. Sometimes the agreement will state that they still earn a commission if the house sells within a certain time even if the agreement has been terminated. Have an attorney review the terms and advise of your options.
I want to back of this deal now and give them their money back. Purchased a house to flip in my name, worked on the deal 1 year 1/2. 2 friends wanted to flip too. I told them I had a house I had been working for for 1 1/2. The 1 friend put in $16,000 to buy the house and quiet the title. The... Read more »
With a few exceptions that likely don't apply here, oral agreements are enforceable as long as you can adequately prove the elements of the contract. As such, just based on the fact that the agreement was not written would not give you the right to void the agreement. Otherwise, your rights...Read more »
Generally, you must file an answer with the court within 30 days of when the summons and complaint were officially served on you. As far as what to include in your answer, that is certainly too complicated for an online Q&A forum. Retain a litigation attorney and they will advise you on how...Read more »
AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association) transfer papers were signed by parent & filled out by the "new owner"; although, the AQHA would not accept the transfer of ownership since the transfer papers were not signed by the owner, who is 10 years old. More details can be provided, if needed.
IN TRUTH, THE 10 YEAR OLD IS A MINOR CHILD. MINORS BY LAW CANNOT CONTRACT WITH OTHER PARTIES, CANNOT OWN REAL PROPERTY (PER SE IN THEIR NAME), ETC. THIS ISSUE RECENTLY CAME UP IN ONE OF MY DIVORCE CASES; WHAT TO DO WITH "THE HORSE SITUATION?" THE AQHA IS ALLOWED TO MAKE THEIR OWN...Read more »
I purchased a home with a renovated kitchen that was not done correctly. The kitchen island is too big (about 2-3 times larger than a normal one) and it's causing the kitchen floor to sag and dip. There was no permit on file when I checked recently. However, the disclosure agreement the seller... Read more »
On any given day, any person can sue another person for any reason. That said, it says nothing about being successful in the lawsuit. You should meet with an attorney who can review your documents and ask additional questions. Only after that can you expect a viable response.
Contingency contracts are on of many contracts that are legally enforceable in the state of Georgia. They are often seen in personal injury law matters and many of these contracts allow either the client or attorney to terminate or withdraw, respectively. However, the client may owe that attorney...Read more »
I don't remember signing a workers compensation contract. And I didn't want to be under workers compensation. I got ran over by a garbage truck. One of the workers compensation clients must of came in and had me sign their contracts when I was at the hospital under the fluence when I was... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. From the description that's posted, it isn't fully clear what you signed at the hospital while hooked up to IVs. But depending on the ownership of the truck and the circumstances of the accident,...Read more »
Legal Notice Provided with a 11 day grace period with riders Offer Letter, Secured Prom Note/ Security Agreement , Note Purchase Agreement, Hold Harmless ..... Regulation D Filing with SEC 506(B) Transaction
Unfortunately, this is not a question and an adequate answer cannot be provided based on what is written and what is lacking. Provide more details and a legitimate question if you would like a response from one of the many qualified attorneys on Justia.
He did not live up to the terms on the contract and refuses to fix the inferior job he did. I am filing a suit in small claims court for $14,985.00. His business address is his home address but the tax records show the property in his wife's name only. How would I go about putting a lien on... Read more »
Generally, you cannot simply place a lien on someone's property unless you are allowed to do so by state statute (i.e. by state law). A common state law that allows contractors to place a lien on their customers' property is the applicable state mechanics' lien law. That law...Read more »
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