Hi, my name is Matt and I am a 17 year old who is not emancipated, I am still a dependent of my father, and currently live in California. I entered a 6 month contract for a gym membership (unknowingly, it was a rushed sign up) and later realized that I was contractually obliged to pay the $45 a... View More
Minors are considered legally incompetent for some purposes when it comes to Signing a contract. Other contracts they can be held to. And example would be when you agreed to pay two dollars for a candy bar and then eat it
mediation briefs are NOT confidential and shouldn't be, because they are to persuade the other side that they should settle because you are on top of your game. Maybe you meant a settlement conference statement instead. Even that should be disclosed. You can discuss the secret sauce with...View More
My family had filed a missing report out of Modesto. The perpetrator had me at his residence, and his father who contributed to the crime living there as well. The home owners insurance temporarily relocated the three of us to an extended stay in Fremont while the house was being fixed. The... View More
I have submitted a petition to add a specific ordinance to the city code. While I am gathering signatures, can the city council pass an ordinance that is different from the one I am circulating? Are they restricted from doing anything except pass the proposed ordinance in the petition.
No court will order you to see an unlicensed counselor. ARe you sure she's unlicensed. Normally, a school guidance counselor takes additional classes to get a certificate to become a counselor, not a license. She might have done that.
Of course, a court could order you to see...View More
I would like to set up a Marketing Service Agreement (MSA) to give part of my commission to a charitable organization in my area to buyers and sellers that engage the promotion. I want to advertise on the organizations website and newsletter with the offer. My company says this is an illegal... View More
Your commission is yours after you receive it, and not before. It has nothing to do with the company or any "referral" fee. Are you trying to divert or delay income to avoid this years alternative minimum tax?
You don't really need a real estate lawyer. You need a lawyer...View More
. I was only a respondent in any hearing, other than a TRO. He is parading as petitioner in a second proceeding as a divorced man to my response, with holding all our marital assets, house, pensions, car, insurance and tricked the courts as a law student. I wen to get child support wage... View More
She was not supposed to get everything so her Attorney is covering up by lying to me about him having it but when Second dad died she told on herself saying that this attorney has it and she did get a vehicular manslaughter charge Over this and she got rid of my dad's stuff fast and house went... View More
The LLC cannot appear other than by counsel. To appear, you must find a local sponsoring lawyer to move your admission pro haec vice in the case, and that lawyer technically remains LEAD counsel in the case, and you cannot appear without that. But a mediation is not a court proceeding, and so you...View More
I learned applince repair at a company. After it closed, i applied to work for different company. To further my knowledge about repairing refrigerators. In the old company i just repaird appliances, not refrigerators. To repair refirgrators you need special training form certified techs. When i... View More
Such agreements are against public policy and unlawful in California; however, don't think you can't be sued for making off with tradesecrets. such might include customer lists and other things unique to that company. Did you sign a trade secret agreement too?
Yes you can sue. Better maybe to watch the class action unfold and then if you don't agree, you can opt out and proceed with your personal suit. You will definitely be offered the option to opt out of the class action.
I was lending my parking spot to my neighbor since I don have a car but I'm gonna get one in the future my landlord tell him that he can't park there anymore he hasn't spoke to me yet... can he take my parking spot ? Can he low my rent if he gave away my parking spot
There is no California Judicial Council form for this type of complaint. If you try to squeeze your complaint into a form you will have nothing but trouble with the judge. Don't worry! you will have plenty of REQUIRED forms to use if you pick this fight during the course of your case.
If there is a written agreement between landlord and tenant to vacate the rental property on the day agreed upon (in this case the date was agreed to be 75 days after signature), is it still required by law to provide them with a 60 day notice to vacate?
No. it becomes a breach of contract. But if you raise the 60 day issue and don't move out and they can prove you had considered that issue before you signed you could be found guilty of fraud and assessed damages plus punitive damages. And yes, the landlord to be prudent should have served...View More
that section does not govern service on an attorney. it governs a deadline for a creditor to make a claim. If a party has appeared in his case you have to serve his attorney not him, since this is not one of those things requiring new personal service on a newly appearing party in a new case.
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