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1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant and Mergers & Acquisitions for Missouri on
Q: I am a tenant. I moved in august and signed a 1 year lease. My landlord has given me 6@ days to move out.

Because they are selling the house

Ronald J. Eisenberg
Ronald J. Eisenberg answered on Jan 6, 2022

If you are uncertain of your rights, schedule a consultation with a local landlord-tenant attorney. Generally, the landlord cannot simply force a tenant to move because the landlord is selling the property. There's a specific statute by which a tenant can be forced out if there has been a... Read more »

3 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Contracts, Mergers & Acquisitions and Probate for Florida on
Q: SELL A HOUSE AND UR BROTHERS DONT WANT NOTHING SAID I CAN HAVE IT ALL CAN I SELL MY DADS HOUSE WITHOUT PROBATE COURT

DO U STILL HAVE TO GO THREW PROBATE IF U HAVE A LETTER FROM UR BROTHERS AND SISTERS SAY I CAN KEEP THE PLACE

Phillip William Gunthert
Phillip William Gunthert answered on Dec 15, 2021

I am sorry for your loss on the passing of your dad, please accept my condolences for you and your family at this sad and difficult time. The answer to your question is unknown, but probably not until you pro vide more details and specifics. You will need to start by getting a copy of the current... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Mergers & Acquisitions and Tax Law for California on
Q: I owe the CDTFA a tax balance generated by my business corporation that I no longer own. do I have liability protection?

The company was sold but only the assets were acquired. Does the tax debt fall on me personally?

David S. Greenberg
David S. Greenberg answered on Nov 18, 2021

Section 6829 of the Revenue and Taxation Code provides that the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) may pursue collection action against certain corporate personnel for any unpaid corporate sales and use tax liability.

1 Answer | Asked in Mergers & Acquisitions for New York on
Q: I plan to emigrate abroad. Extended visa will come with a limited partnership in a foreign business. Allowed? How?

I hope to become a silent partner in an LLC in the state of Israel or in Great Britain, a fine art gallery. Am I allowed to do that prior to emigration? I hope to use that "work status" as the owner of a business there to obtain residency as an ex-pat. I hope to not get ripped off, to... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Nov 16, 2021

Your post remains open for almost a week - some of the issues mentioned, such as emigration, alienage, visa, etc. could be things that an immigration attorney would have insight into. There's no guarantee that all questions are ultimately picked up, but you could try reposting with Immigration... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Mergers & Acquisitions for Oklahoma on
Q: What can we who about falsely putting a person on a motion of discovery?

My roommate was caught with a bunch of drugs and money and a gun up the road from my house and told them he lived here and they came and raided my house. Nothing of what they were looking for was found besides a set of scales and a little personal. Then whenever he gets out and has his motion to... Read more »

Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Oct 11, 2021

Contact the attorney handling the defense in the case and have them address that

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation and Mergers & Acquisitions for California on
Q: Is my mother in law allowed to be in my house when her son is at work and it's just me and my kids when she's yelling me

I called and talk to the police department and she can be Danny my husband mom what will not leave our house but if Danny goes to work is she still allowed to be in my house if he's not there and it's just me,and my kids I don't know what to do

Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Sep 11, 2021

You can obtain a Civil Restraining Order re: Harassment against her and apply for an order from a judge to keep her out of the house. In my opinion, you should contact a local attorney to discuss your personal situation.

Q: I need help forming a nonprofit company. I would like to sell gift boxes. I need help knowing the ins and outs of this.

I know many nonprofit companies that sell products/services and make money they don’t help a community at all. I would sell gift boxes and make a profit and help low income/foster care kids. I need help knowing what to do and how to set this organization up. I live in Florida. But any advice on... Read more »

Linda Liang
Linda Liang answered on May 10, 2021

This is not just one question. This is a set of questions, which includes a) how to incorporate; b) how to receive non-profit status ; c) how to maintain a non-profit status. It is not easy to answer in a short form. You should start by incorporating and proceed to schedule a consultation with an... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Mergers & Acquisitions for South Carolina on
Q: Can I get into any trouble for going to small claims court?

I live in a state where marijuana is illegal (SC) I ordered marijuana online from a state where it is legal (California). The next day after I order and paid they asked me to pay an extra $400 for insurance. I wasn’t sure about it but they assured me that once my package was delivered I would get... Read more »

Michael D. Birchmore
Michael D. Birchmore answered on May 5, 2021

Wow. You have to let this one go.

1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning and Mergers & Acquisitions for Louisiana on
Q: my dad passed away almost 5 months ago and my step mom mailed 2 forms for me to sign and have notarized.

its power of attorney and act of donation form

James Scott Ruel
James Scott Ruel answered on Apr 19, 2021

You should definitely consult an attorney to be sure that signing these documents serves your best interests. You will be donating something to her that is yours- so be careful! Power of attorney let’s her act on your behalf- so be extra careful and be sure that is something you want to do.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Criminal Law, Lemon Law and Mergers & Acquisitions for Florida on
Q: I need more info on pre assumptions of law that has an injunction on me I did not know.no contact 6 yrs.still pay for

I need to resolve my injunction in 3/23/2015.\

Tom Murphy
Tom Murphy answered on Apr 3, 2021

This question does not make sense. You need to provide more information.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Mergers & Acquisitions and Real Estate Law for California on
Q: Can I revise my lease if ownership is changed?

I renewed my lease a month ago which goes into effect in two days. Today I was informed that ownership and management has changed as of today. All of the rent prices dropped significantly. Am I stuck for the next 15 months paying the higher rent which I signed or since there is new ownership can I... Read more »

Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Mar 19, 2021

Go see them and negotiate a change in your lease to upgrade your apartment or get a reduction. If they won't do it, sue in small claims for the difference over the term of the lease or see a local Tenant's rights attorney.

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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Internet Law and Mergers & Acquisitions on
Q: I was shopping on line wen I came across some car parts advertising at 0£ So paid they now have changed the site and the

And they won’t send the order what legal opinion I have as they are misleading me to get my information and all and place the order only hours after they change what can I do

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Mar 15, 2021

Based on the unit of currency you mention (£), this might require the guidance of an attorney who practices outside the U.S. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

3 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents, Mergers & Acquisitions, Traffic Tickets and Criminal Law for California on
Q: My ex boyfriend hit me in the face and ran into a tree with his truck he was given a ticket for driving with no license

Or insurance the police gave him a pink ticket and he has court case, he said i grabbed the strearing wheel and tried to crash on purpose. How can you know if the court opens a case against his accusations

David Michael Lehr
David Michael Lehr answered on Feb 17, 2021

If they didn't give you a ticket, then it is very likely that you don't have a case. You can check the courts online periodically to verify for up to one year.

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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Mergers & Acquisitions for Arkansas on
Q: Is it illegal for a company to disclosing additional information about someone to another company weeks

Being blacklisted?

Kyle Anderson
Kyle Anderson answered on Feb 4, 2021

Hi more information is needed here. As a general rule of thumb, companies should only provide the dates of hire, the title of a person's position, and pay. I would reach out to an employment law attorney in your state if you feel your previous employer provided false information about you to a... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Mergers & Acquisitions and Estate Planning for Puerto Rico on
Q: My father passed away last year and i cant travel to PR due to being positive for covid. How can I assure it goes to me.

He passed away last year and I cant travel due to being positive for covid. Is it true I was only suppose to have a year to claim the property?

Jose M. Rivera Santos
Jose M. Rivera Santos answered on Nov 26, 2020

Greetings

You will have to evalaute whether if there's a need to bring to the court any other interested parties and hire legal representation. Now with this pandemic, there are ways to have a videoconference if the court is convinced that there's no need for you to be in person...
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2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy, Business Law and Mergers & Acquisitions for Mississippi on
Q: What happens to business debt if I buy a company for less than the company owes?

Owner of business wants to sell company and business assets to me. Business debt is greater than asking price. Asking price takes care of owners personally guaranteed debt, and there would still be $80,000 in an outstanding EIDL loan. Would I be inheriting the debt with the company? Or should I... Read more »

W. J. Winterstein Jr.
W. J. Winterstein Jr. answered on Oct 15, 2020

I pracrice in PA, but almost all states have some version of what's also called a Bulk Sales Law, and by that law, a debtor cannot sell all, or a substantial portion, of his business assets and leave creditors hanging, so the law provides that the debt follows the assets. Even where a state... Read more »

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Contracts and Mergers & Acquisitions for California on
Q: Is a Contract automatically canceled that do not have a force majeure clause language in the contract?

I have a wedding scheduled for the end of this year in Los Angeles county CA. However California restrictions do not allow any indoor events. My contract do not have any Force majeure language. If the venue cannot host my event do to the COVID-19 pandemic Restrictions or if it is unreasonable To... Read more »

Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Sep 10, 2020

I know weddings can be very expensive, however, it may be difficult to find an attorney by posting a question on this site, Our TOS do not allow us to write a response that solicits you to call us. You have to find an attorney and call them. Next, there is no "automatic cancellation."... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Insurance Defense and Mergers & Acquisitions for Mississippi on
Q: I have been to several rehabs and have good insurance each time that paid for it in all. Now the rehabs are sending me

Bills not ins company now I get a claim letter I mail for bankruptcy what does this mean please please help me

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Aug 23, 2020

A Mississippi attorney would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. From what you describe, it's possible that your insurance carrier became insolvent and went into receivership. This is only a guess because you mention that the billing facility mentioned... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Foreclosure, Banking and Mergers & Acquisitions for South Carolina on
Q: What does GMAC, WVMF Funding, or RECAP have to do with this case?

Does it have something to do with the mortgage crash in 2008 through 2010?

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Aug 14, 2020

A South Carolina attorney could best advise, but your post remains open for five weeks. It's possible something inadvertently got left off in uploading your post - a case is not mentioned. Not every question is picked up, but you could try reposting, including the name of the case. Good luck... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Mergers & Acquisitions and Real Estate Law for New York on
Q: Does an easement appurtenant ends when the servient estate obtains title to the Dominant estate?

Or in order for the merger doctrine to be applicable the dominant estate must obtain title to the servient estate?

John Robert Skrabanek
John Robert Skrabanek answered on Aug 2, 2020

Title is taken by an individual or entity, not the land. If the same owner takes title to both the dominant and servient estates, then the easement is extinguished through the "merger" of the estates. I hope this helps answer your question.

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