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Also, you can contest the lien in Court (within 1 year). You really should sit down with a construction lawyer for free consultation to look at your options and if you have a case. It sounds...Read more »
I'm sorry you are having problems with a Builder. We do a lot of construction law and home builder cases. There is a lot of variation on how effective the people are and how well they deal honesty and we have handled dozens of Builder disputes/lawsuits.
I've done a lot of Condo law including lawsuit against rouge Boards for individual owners. Its difficult to understand exactly what you are asking here. In most situation, there would be no reason to ever sue an individual (if I'm getting correctly) since the Common Area is owned by the...Read more »
Determining if Slip and Fall cases in Texas may be brought or could succeed is very specific to the events and what happened. Your best bet is to sit down with an Attorney and discuss the matter. To recover anything from the hospital will require proving that they were Negligent in their care and...Read more »
Your question is really to open or vague to answer. Please give us more information or set up a No Fee, No Obligation free consultation by phone or email. I'd like to help you, but I don't know what to respond. If it is a real estate deal, I am also an Agent and do extensive real estate law....Read more »
Had an oral agreement to start a restaurant and split profits. Worked to get the building ready and I purchased all needed cooking equipment ~$4,000. My duties besides providing 95%+ of capital were advertising & marketing, especially online: Website, Facebook, etc. I performed and still am... Read more »
I do a lot of small business law as well as restaurants. Honestly, the biggest problem I've seen is the inevitable disputes among owners of start-ups. In this situation, you are a little behind as most of this should have been resolved in a written agreement from the start and with an Attorney...Read more »
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