my aunt signed a binding agreement with me stating she would leave me her house upon death if I would give up my home to move in with her and take care of her, I took care of her for over 4 yrs. preventing her from entering a nursing home. She passed and the house went to her stepdaughter in a... Read more »
My company is possibly being purchased and we may need to relocate, therefore I would like to put the construction on hold. I emailed them this, and they responded that they would continue building the house but with 0 upgrades that we selected, then if we want it at the end we can have it. Does... Read more »
I have a contract with a dumpster company that I have been trying to cancel for a while. The contract officially ends November 13th. I called to cancel and they said that renewal has already begun because they didn't receive written notice 120 days in advance as per contract. I told them they... Read more »
We called animal control bc the man was not rational and chased after my 8yr and ethe dog after my daughter got a hold of her. He verbally assaulted my daughter with cuss words and more. My wife tried to talk with him and see if we needed to take his dog to the vet. He screamed I will see you... Read more »
I purchased a car from a private seller and the person told me the only thing wrong with it were the turn signals. I checked and test drove it and everything seemed fine. When I came back a few days later, the person was messing with the car under the hood. I didn't pay any attention to this.... Read more »
You have a claim against the seller for fraud if there was (1) a false representation, (2) of a material fact, (3) made intentionally and knowingly, (4) with intent to mislead, (5) that you relied upon, and (6) causing you damages.
My girlfriend damaged my car and was charged with a Class 6 Felony (18.2-137). Before her trail I agreed to a compromise to have all charges dropped to a misdemeanor. Later, we both find out that it was actually filed as a Class 6 Felony in the court records. What are her options to have this... Read more »
"As satisfied" likely means the parties represented to the court that the moneys due were paid. Whether the case can be reopened depends on whether that was a dismissal or a judgment for the plaintiff/defendant and how old the case is.
You may be liable, depending on what exactly happened, but you may also have a variety of legal defenses if the other party files lawsuit. You should consider filing a claim with your homeowners insurance, as they may insure you for this incident.
Daughter is executor. All finances in His and Daughters name. Six months later decides to get married for 4th time. Was told by Lawyer pre nup not necessary and Wife doesn't even have to be acknowledged in Will, because he has no estate. Should all go to Daughter is this correct?
I am terminating my partnership in the company that is technically leasing the office space. I want to remove myself and my spouse from this lease without needing my partners' sign off on it. Since we don't have an operating agreement in the business, so I am just technically a... Read more »
I live in Virginia and since I live on my parents property I would like to know if my dog bites someone am I the only one liable? I dont want my parents to be punished for something if it happens that doesnt have anything to do with them.
I am not aware of a state law that defines house for all purposes. There may be definitions for specific purposes either in statutes or in the case law, but one would have to know what area of law is relevant.
Falsified medical records in order to retaim records of a valid case where narcotics are prescibed, falsely accused patient, for purposes of unlawful distribution of controlled substances, using honrst patient records as a cover.
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