About a year ago, I transferred funds from my Roth IRA to Regal Assets in Calif. to purchase precious metals. They have not delivered the coins to the holding facility. I am in Tenn.
answered on Mar 2, 2023
If you have not received the precious metals that you purchased from Regal Assets, you should first try contacting them directly to inquire about the status of your order and request a refund if necessary. If they are unresponsive or unwilling to issue a refund, you may need to take legal action.... Read more »
He has called the police on my son before told them he was banging on his house. But it wasn't him because everyone was sick and inside the whole day. At this point i feel like it is harassment and invasion of my privacy.
answered on Jan 15, 2021
Yes... Surveillance of one's property is legal. Government Surveillance of public areas except rest rooms is legal.
- the person asked me for money to fund a record
- I gave money, person made record. I didn’t get the promised return.
- person is not licensed to sell securities
answered on Oct 2, 2020
You can only sue under the Federal securities laws if you were sold a security. The test commonly used by the courts to decide whether you were sold a security is known as the Howey Test. If you were the only investor who made a loan for a specific return of interest it's unlikely you were... Read more »
The company I work for is a contractor to Nashville Electric Service and NES wants it on there so they can identify us Incase we leave our company and try to get hired to a different contractor for NES. Not one employee has signed a non compete form supposedly it is an agreement between NES and... Read more »
I have a ROTH IRA for my minor son and I don’t know what age to put for the custodianship termination.
answered on Apr 1, 2019
You can specify almost any age up to 59 1/2. However most Grantors would end Custodianship and begin withdrawals when the Beneficiary reaches 21, or sometimes later such as 30, 35. It is your decision.
Manager of the store where you had the slip and fall, is that a good thing? He states store was understaffed, therefore, the isles couldn't be checked like they should have, liauod tide was cover the whole isle. They offered 1 million. My attorney thinks it was a misprint? Lord, if I won in... Read more »
answered on Aug 26, 2018
If you have sued for over $75,000.00, and the entity you have sued has a home office location in another state, that combination of factors is the most likely reason that the case was removed to federal court.
Code 39-14-116 says value only to $999.but I was "robbed" of property MUCH greater than that. What law applies?
answered on Jul 11, 2017
Sorry, but your question is unclear- hindering a secured creditor is a class "E" felony. Some theft offenses are graded according to the value - in some situations under $500 or $1,000 could be a misdemeanor. However, this code section says its a felony. If you have not already done so,... Read more »
In particular, director liability, liability of the boards, and violations of compliance. I am writing a research paper for Business Law.
answered on Nov 30, 2016
Google Scholar is a good free resource. You could also go to a library at a local law school like UT, Belmont, or Vandy depending on where you are located. Those are probably the best resources.
He said he fixed it. He made it a worse problem and now I had no headlights. But he gave it back an I payed truck note an insurance by friday night. Court was Thursday. He repoed it Saturday stating it was him exercising his right not to sell it to me. I havent been able work lost jobs an now... Read more »
answered on Jun 29, 2016
Not sure what is going on here and who the person is. Suggest you contact a consumer attorney go to www.naca.net
However they won't be able to do anyhing for your financial situation immediately so you need to develop a plan to meet your needs to get to work, etc.
answered on Jul 21, 2015
It depends on the context. A bond may be issued by a bonding company for security against certain risks.
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