I have an LLC, but they insist I also need to be named a Leasee individually. The purpose of the LLC is to maintain separation from me individually, so I don't want to be on the Lease as an individual, just the LLC. Is this legal?
Unless Iowa-specific state statutes or court decisions say otherwise, a landlord or other creditor is entitled to ask for a personal guarantee from a corporation's principals. You are also entitled to say no.
He was only arrested on the fact that the place robbed was my dad's workplace and the actual criminal who did it had a previous crime committed with my brother they arrested my brother fully on the account of affiliation what do i do.
Bail him out and hire a criminal defense lawyer. If the "probable cause" for arrrest was as flimsy as you say, the charges should be dropped or reduced to a misdemeanor by the prosecuting state attorney. Handling a criminal case "pro per" (without counsel) is a recipe for disaster.
I signed a contract (for a patent-med device manufacturing) with an individual who is very related to big celebrities in TN (and Hollywood), but he is not interested to follow what he said and he ignores me. I want to nullify the contract and whatever else (gross mismanagement, patents losing... Read more »
This site is not a great vehicle for retaining counsel. Use Lawyer.com, Martindale or UpCounsel and limit your inquiry to attorneys admitted in TN so they would be in a position to file suit on your behalf.
Almost any lawyer who handles business law issues should be competent to help you interpret such a commercial agreement. You cannot hire an attorney on Justia, so far as I understand, but there are a number of legal directory and "marketplace" services online that allow potential clients...Read more »
Contracts for employment typically will not be enforced by a court order compelling the employee to work for the contracting company, but breaking the contract would give the company the right to ask a court to (1) recover actual damages, if any, to the business caused by your breach, and (2)...Read more »
If I, for example, ask you to give me $100 and I will give you the team that will 100% win the Super Bowl 2017 I guarantee that. And then it turns out some other team had won and there was no legal contract only like a facebook message where I claimed that certain team will win 100% so can I get... Read more »
That deal is likely to be considered a wager or bet (gambling), which in most U.S. states is illegal, and illegal contracts cannot be enforced. Contracts can be formed by an exchange of messages, calls or emails, without a written agreement, if they meet the other elements of a valid contract...Read more »
My employer has breached our written contract in excess of 350 times, and continues to do so.. If I'm able to bring it to trial, how likely is it that a court will impose a punitive judgement in addition to any compensatory amounts? My employer's actions are willful and egregious, but... Read more »
Punitive damages are not awarded for breach of contract, even with malicious conduct, and most employment agreements include liability limitations in any event. You will likely need to bring a tort claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress, a difficult claim on which to prevail. I...Read more »
I am being sued for default on a private loan that I was duped into. I wasn't informed the loan was approved nor did I accept it. The funds were disbursed to a 3rd party without my knowledge and I only learned of the situation after the fact.
The partnership owes no back taxes. I personally bought all the equipment, supplies. My partner will become my employee. The split/change is amicable, with no disagreements to ownership, naming, clients, or anything else, and we will still be working as usual. I don't know whether to dissolve... Read more »
Sell the partnership (assets and membership/profit interests) to you as an individual for whatever price is deemed fair by all, But consider an LLC, which protects personal assets, as an alternative to a sole proprietorship.
That depends entirely on the terms of your LLC "operating agreement," but those corporate formation documents (and LLC laws generally) typically shield members and owners of an LLC from all personal liability.
Yes and no, respectively. Employment contacts will not be "specifically enforced," meaning you cannot be forced to work, but if you choose to breach by not working for them the hospital can recover actual damages caused y your actions.
I would like to sell a collectible card game which has members of the US Congress, and media figures featured on each card in a neutral manner. There will be a public domain image and a quote of the individual, but the card's function in the game is otherwise neutral. I would like to sell it... Read more »
Can an opposition refuse to answer interrogatories or produce documents simply because they don't agree on the facts of the matter, that they have a different version of the matter or that they just disagree on the facts ?
No, an operating agreement governs how an LLC enitity is run among its members (essential shareholders), including division and distribution of profits, not an agreement between two or more LLCs or other legal corporate entities.
Very unlikely. Title IX obligations apply to an educational institution or "education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." From your question, the booster club would not be covered because it does not receive U.S. funds.
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