I feel there was no reasonable cause for an arrest to be made. The statements were false and I did not bother anyone in the building. The charges were dissmised in the interest of Justice. I am wondering if I have a potential case to sue for damages, economic losses, and non economic losses?
I contracted with a concrete contractor to pour 290 sq. ft. for a concrete patio for $2750. The contract stated the concrete was to be "an average of 4 inches in depth." I pulled 40 measurements (one per lineal ft) from the concrete patio they poured and the depth ranges from 1.67 to 3.75... Read more »
The order was received at my home address, and stated on the order that it is the companies active office. When the company has been closed since august. I was just a manager and I’m getting the blame cause I was the point of contact. There was draining damage when we did pier drilling, and I was... Read more »
There is no way to give you good advise here. An attorney will need to see the documents you were served with to provide you with an assessment of your rights, remedies, and risks. And this could be serious, so you'll want to properly respond to avoid taking o liability. You should contact...Read more »
It is unlikely that your tenant has the right to destroy our property. You may need to take action like injunctive relief which is quicker than an eviction. Nevertheless, the tenant's actions likely are a breach of her rental agreement, as such you need to provide Legally Sufficient Notice,...Read more »
The illegal activities have been going on for four+ years. Additional problems include missing records and failure to return key business information such as passwords and financial information. IRS, state/local sales tax and lodging taxes have gone unpaid. What are steps (and with whom) regarding... Read more »
If you want to get your money back, I recommend that you contact a local attorney to review your facts and damages. Then you can have a detailed discussion about your rights, remedies, risks, strengths and weaknesses of your case, the law, timeline, etc.
I used to be a manager for a Construction company, and they’re trying to sue me cause I was their point of contact, for damages that happened, the job was done 2 years ago. And they contacted me 2 months ago, and didn’t ask if we could fix it or anything just plain out wants to charge me. Also... Read more »
You can be sued, although it seems that you have a strong defense so the suit is unlikely to be successful. Nevertheless, if you are served a Complaint you must answer to avoid a default judgement being entered against you.
If you get served you should contact an attorney to respond on...Read more »
All business accounts are in my name only. I have a contract showing I purchased the business, not my husband. It is a medical practice. Some of what they are asking for are HIPAA protected. I would not give this information to my husband. The ex-wife filed a motion stating she wants it because she... Read more »
Me and two neighbors(N1 and N2) hired a contractor to build a fence, we all signed separate contracts. This contractor did a very poor job. The work is bad, I have pictures to document it all. When I showed him the work, he said i was being "nit picky". I asked him about the gaps in the... Read more »
The new owner got a bill and wants me to pay half. I did not know the roof was damaged when I sold the townhouse. The HOA sent out correspondence saying they recommend we change our insurance coverage when I still owned the townhouse, but I don't think they ever said there was damage to the... Read more »
Based on your facts you should not be responsible, but you may want to retain an attorney to deal with the attorney hired by the buyer. A little expense now could save a lot of hassle and expense in the future.
The eviction process must be followed exactly. Not having a written lease is will not prevent you from evicting your roommate. But, you will have to provide proof of the terms of the verbal agreement, i.e. monthly rent paid historically.
If you are unfamiliar with the process I recommend...Read more »
I have a difficult neighbor who took me to court. I have a court order stating that I cannot operate the nonprofit outdoors. So, I'm looking to build a small indoor arena. I know my neighbor will do all she can to hinder my efforts, so I want to make sure I have all my legal ducks in a row.
Water leak & it’s under the laminate. Leak has been fixed but seller refuses to pull up flooring to allow subfloor to properly dry out to prevent mold then credit us for the resinstall so that property is in the same shape as when we signed the contract.
A Buyer has a right to receive the property in substantially the same condition as when the initial contract was created. If the property has been damaged between the contract and close dates, Buyer has a few options, i.e. close or not, and close and bring suit for damages after closing. Whether...Read more »
A contract is a contract...Nevertheless, if you wish to terminate the contract or anticipate that you will likely not be willing to perform, you should contact an attorney to fully explore your rights, remedies, and risks. That needs to be a conversation which will explore various facts so it is...Read more »
We had a delivery driver pull into our driveway during light snowfall to deliver our weekly food kit, at which time he damaged our pave stone driveway. My husband contacted the company within the hour to complain and they informed him that they contract out their shipments and we would have to work... Read more »
If the company damaged your property through the negligence of it's driver and you can prove it then you have a strong case and can compel the company to pay. However, it seems that your damages are $1,500 or less as such it is not likely cost effective to retain an attorney help and it is...Read more »
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