Unless you have an employment contract that states otherwise, New Jersey is an at-will employment state, meaning you or your employer can terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason or no reason, and no notice is required.
If the car is registered in PA, then you must consult a PA attorney. New Jersey law only controls the contract, nothing else. Hopefully you were the primary borrower. It is also going to matter how the registration reads. Good luck.
I am the executor of my grandmother estate. My uncle hired a lawyer because he wants ownership of her home. His lawyer drew up documents towards me for court at which I also put in a court order as well. The question is, who gave that attorney permission to enter in the premises without my... Read more »
the landlord still owes about $1300, claiming that he had the apartment cleaned several times to alleviate a smell. granted we had 3 dogs with us at the time but no accidents took place inside of the apartment. but there was a smell and it was an oily smell coming from the garage below the apt.... Read more »
Employers are permitted to seek "recertification" paperwork, i.e. updated doctors' restrictions explaining the need for the accommodation, for all accommodation requests, whether new or outstanding. These recertification requests can occur periodically throughout the course of your...Read more »
A lot depends on the facts of your case if it is even possible and your prior criminal record if any. I suggest hiring a good lawyer if you want to have the best chance to have your charges downgraded. Most of us criminal lawyers offer a free in office consultation.
So we had an NDA made where he can’t share make his own or do anything with the software. He did all of the sudden and I issued him a cease and desist. Afterwards he pointed that he was the owner of the agreement and not us, which was a mistake on my end I switched up the roles, but the terms... Read more »
We are both equal ownership (inheridence from father who just died) but due to the fact he is involved with a bankruptcy which will not let him pass ownership to me. Do we have any options with out being forced to give up the condo(currently I am living there) at and have to move out? and can he... Read more »
I’m sorry that your father has passed and your brother is in a difficult circumstance. His bankruptcy attorney can explain all of his options with regard to the trust. His attorney may also need to consult with a probate/estate planning attorney. Because the laws regarding the trust are state...Read more »
Assuming you are talking about 2C:35-10a(1), which is the possession of a controlled dangerous substance in schedule I, II, III, or IV, the short answer is yes. In NJ, felonies are referred to as indictable offenses or crimes and there are 4 degrees. The statute you seem to be citing is a 3rd...Read more »
Yes it should be the equivalent of a felony, but you did not copy down the statute correctly so I cannot be sure. For example: Most Criminal statutes start with 2C you did not include this. Speak with a good criminal lawyer to get the correct answer to your question.
To NJ. Granddaughter wants to live with father. Mother refused to send docs to father. As her maternal grandmother can I ask the court for a law guardian for my Granddaughter. Father can't get birth certificate, his name isn't on it. My daughter wants her daughter to live hard. Job corps... Read more »
I have no idea whether there was an order entered imposing a restriction on whether the lawyer could send you a copy of the tape recording of the testimony provided to the judge or hearing officer to support a TRO, but if your lawyer wants you to come into his / her office to listen to it, then go...Read more »
I pressed harassment and assault charges against someone who caused me bodily injury and continued to give threats before and after the incident. I contacted the police after the assault and they were unable to arrest her because they were not at the location (Cherry Hill Mall inside) and she is... Read more »
I had issues with the house, which the seller advised he will fix. He never signed the addendum but advised he will fix it through email. At walk through days prior to closing, the items requested were not fixed, and he was unable to provide a CO. He requested to close still which I refused and... Read more »
You raise a number of difficult, technical issues. Were you represented by an attorney when you executed the contract ? If so, contact her to discuss your problems. If you were unrepresented was this because of yoor broker's recommendation? Immediately contact an attorney to discuss your...Read more »
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