The receipt could be boilerplate and thus not part of your agreement. The bottom line is that if you haven't received the service, you should not pay for it. You should look for "cancellation" provision in the agreement.
My question is if I got denied from 3rd country embassy how can I go back US. What is the best way to protect me and my family. I have no serious reason to apply advance parole. Do USCIS approve advance parole to get interview outside the country? If I can't re enter US, what will happen to my... Read more »
Advance Parole is granted based on good-faith. Going to third country for interview is good faith answer as to why you need advance parole. You may be granted. In the meantime, when your visa is current, you may apply for adjustment status in US.
Is there a way that I can sue my step mother for withholding my deceased fathers insurance. If I have proof he had Insurance and told his mother, sisters, brother and kids what he had? Is there any way possible to sue her in any way?
I hired a moving company solely to pack and move my belongings into a truck. When the work was completed, the company’s rep agreed to not charge for packing materials and issued an invoice accordingly, which was promptly paid. Five months later, the company’s owner is demanding that I pay for... Read more »
I sold small lawn business last month. Customers are calling me and complaining about how unhappy they are with the new owner. I want to stay within the law - do I have to buy back the accounts I sold if customers fire new owner? Customers have tried reaching out to new owner and he does not... Read more »
if you are thinking of void the agreement and you have received payment, the oral agreement could be enforced, Unfortunately legally, the situation is out of your hand right now. All you can do is to pursuade another company to receive them.
is that admission of guilt, they stated that when i filed out my application online (which i actually did over the phone with an agent, i answered the question falsely, but agent did ask me for much information. i am being sued due to accident my son had and i received refund. should i cash or... Read more »
The victim is suing you or the insurance company? If it is the Victim who is suing, you need to know you have no coverage at least at this moment. As far as whether cashing the check means admission, it is arguable because they reject your application for the reasons they believe it is true. You...Read more »
She was given an agreement next day to sign that gave all the details about rent amount, when, where and how to pay, etc. She never signed the agreement. I asked her to provide police report, she has not produced yet. I made search on internet to find that she has a criminal record of illegal... Read more »
I borrowed a friend vehicle to go to the laundry mat, I got pulled over and ticketed for the tag on it not belonging to the vehicle, now I have court over ticket. It had a tag on the vehicle but it didn't belong on that vehicle
My I 130 was approved and I have just received a notification from the NVC regarding my visa. I’m currently in the US but my I 94 expired and I would like to change my status to not have to go through the consular process and proceed with an adjusted status instead. Is that possible?
It is a mobile home and the buyer put down$5K as deposit (selling price $26K) then 1-1/2 mos. later put down another $10K, then 1-1/2 mos. later put down $5K. The contract that the seller AND Buyer signed was to close on July 27. It is now August and the buyer says he can’t come up with the... Read more »
What your recourse is depends on whether your mobile home is considered a real property or personal property. If it is fixed in land, it is real property and you can compel closing after inspection date. if it is personal property, you can recover your loss. I would retain an attorney at this point.
It depends on what you mean by "invested" in a patent. You mean you have a license to use? If you do, and the patent was acquired by Pharma Holdings, then you should call pharma holding for documents proving their ownership of the patent and act accordingly.
owners) give 60 days notice before the end of the initial term . lease goes on to say during the continuation term either party can terminate at the end of a calendar month by giving at least 30 days written notice. the management company that executed this lease had a contract that the owners... Read more »
Based on the reading of the lease, "lease goes on to say during the continuation term either party can terminate at the end of a calendar month by giving at least 30 days ". If you are on the second term, 30 day notice should suffice. If you are during the first term, 60 days.
Your license plate on your car? Since license plate was issued to you, not created by you, the person might be responsible for your harm in some other way, but it doesn't seem to be for infringement of Intellectual property
My landlord approached the property (specifically, my front door) without reasonable or any notice. He then comes up to what is only a clear glass door and knocks on it as he is looking into my apartment. I opened the door and he discovers I had been smoking in the house and had pets. What’s next?
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