i am uber driver where we dont need EIN NUMBER & BUSINESS ACCOUNT & sba qualified me for loans & grants and chase has issues saying they gonna keep the funds which includes my savings and wife salary too i dont have any source of income to run my family
i closed on a property in dec 2020? one of the contract clause is that the seller will pay the DOB violation. The title company was supposed to pay for the DOB violation from the proceed as agreed. However, i discover the fund was returned to the seller as a "mistake". how i am supposed... Read more »
I signed a contract to purchase a condo in 2019 (before the coronavirus) and put a 10% down payment for the condo. However, after the coronavirus hit, my business took a very hard hit, and I am unable to pay for the amount of the condo. When I had purchased it, the plan was to pay for the condo in... Read more »
Let’s say Business A owns the lot and let’s customers use the lot between 9 am - 5 pm. Business B wants to use the lot between 5 pm and 10 pm for its customers. How could they go about striking an agreement to do this in NYC?
I’d like to change my Trustee from my cousin to my son, all parties are in agreement but I have an irrevocable trust and am not sure if I can just modify it with a consent modification or if I need to dissolve the whole trust and start a new one. Please advise.
NYC Labor Law Question for Medical Practice: (1) If we find proof that a doctor employed by our practice is also working for another practice during their employment contract with us, and during our practice office hours, thus violating the non-compete agreement, are we entitled to collect any... Read more »
Your rights will be governed by the employment contract as to the non-compete and time off. You cannot offset your claims against earned salary, or you will subject yourself to labor violations. You need a court case to determine your rights.
I have a judgement against property from 2008. The debt has stopped being claimed on my credit. I want to sell the property but can't if there's a lein on it. What can I do about it, I don't understand the public record documents well enough to find my own answer.
My father just found out he was beneficiary to half of the home. My father will probate the will, Is my uncles estate due the half share? There are no clauses in will regarding either heirs death when will is probated. No mention of their in-laws or estates. This is in NY.
i closed on a property in October 2020? one of the contract clause is that the seller will pay the DOB violation. The title company was supposed to pay for the DOB violation from the proceed as agreed. However, i discover the fund was returned to the seller as a "mistake". how i am... Read more »
If you had an escrow agreement, then that agreement will govern. If it is a standard form, then the title company will be responsible and you need to make a claim, like any insurance. Look at your title policy.
The general answer is no. There is a legal theory called the doctrine of necessaries in which they could sue you for certain types of charges, but it never happens if the balances are regular. Take the insurance, report your wife's death, and only do something if they contact you.
I do not understand the question. You are in foreclosure. Your answer asserts defenses. If they are not sufficient, you will lose the case, and ultimately the judgment in the case will be to sell your house at a foreclosure auction. If you win the case, the house will stay yours.
I am not sure what you are asking. A notice of pendency goes with a lawsuit. You need to answer the lawsuit. A notice of pendency functions like a lien, which preserves the property for the result of the lawsuit. Until the lawsuit is dismissed, it will impact the sale of the property and likely...Read more »
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