Is this legal, when they gave me contractor's information? Should the contractor have known what was allow in the HOA since he came at the HOA recommendation? I spoke to HOA told them work was complete before new policy was in place. I did not hear anything until this year with threats, five... Read more »
It depends what the HOA has actually done to enforce the new policy. It sounds to me like it would be grandfathered in until typical HOA policies, but perhaps not. Unfortunately, if the HOA is making a bigger deal out of this than they should it might take a costly lawsuit to get the matter...Read more »
You do against the hackers. But there's not enough information for other potential parties. Most transactions using Apple Cash are below $1,000 and it is likely you'll get your money back for fraudulent transfers. Have you contacted Apple, Target, and the bank behind Apple Cash? How do...Read more »
and today find out the back did a reversal. The bank said they received some paperwork from the company which they are sending me. So my bank won’t do anything, I constantly call this company either no and or busy signal. Again I received nothing no website nothing . All I want is what I paid for... Read more »
You're outlining a case that comes with a strong headwind. I am hesitant to say it is definitely barred until more information is divulged. While on the one hand it is certainly true the statute of frauds will inevitably be a defense raise by your uncle, it is not a straightforward case:...Read more »
My adult daughter, who is presently already under an apt lease (since Dec 2021) in her hometown in Michigan, signed a one year lease for an apartment in Chicago while on medications (still is) to treat a mental illness.
She went thru a broker who keeps the first month's rent... Read more »
What you're outlining, as identified by some other attorneys here, is a defense based on lack of capacity. That is, certain individuals (possibly your daughter) are legally incapable of incurring binding contractual obligations. And in the case of a protected individual in this class who makes...Read more »
I am worried about contempt, I am in Wayne county, MI. I’ve never had a felony or misdemeanor, and I’m able to report for jury duty. I’ve lost the return mailing address envelope sent so I don’t know where to send in a filled form. I guess my question is what is the chance I go to jail or pay a fine
If you receive a demand for that information in the form of a court document, subpoena, or other discovery request you'll want to make sure you answer honestly and file an appropriate motion before the due date if you disagree with the request. A defense attorney can help you with discovery...Read more »
Well oftentimes when I hear 'trying' to sue someone the lawsuit has not yet been filed. Cooperation can go along way with working together to avoid a lawsuit and also hold the correct actor responsible.
I work at the rotisserie chicken section of a large supply chain grocery store. There is a restaurant that orders a large amount from us once or twice a week. As soon as the chicken comes out of the oven, it goes directly into the fridge until they eventually pick it up. They then reheat it and... Read more »
When i was a minor, i collected Pokémon cards, some were gifts from a variety of family/friends, some I got by trading to friends as well as buying them at yard sales or at the store, with money i earned. He doesn't dispute they belong to me. About 6 years ago my dad bought a new house and my... Read more »
Sometimes a practical solution is best. You could offer to split the proceeds of any sale with your father. If you give him an estimate of value, he might change his mind about storing something so valuable.
If he only has three binders, and if they are particularly valuable (a quick google...Read more »
I paid my credit card payment electronically on the 25th when it was due which also fell on a Saturday. I was charged a $75 late fee because the company does not accept payments on Saturdays and Sundays so it wasn't processed until the 27th which was on Monday. This credit line is under my... Read more »
Being a single member LLC wouldn't change whether or not the late fee can be assessed on the company. It sort of depends on the contract you signed requiring you to pay in the first place to determine whether or not the late fee was properly assessed.
When it comes to infringing on an easement, it might be wise to first contact the persons who use the easement and ask them if they would be ok with you moving it. On the other hand, it sounds like this particular easement takes up a large portion of the useable yard, so perhaps this easement...Read more »
That's an interesting question, and possibly. Michigan does offer protection, via statute, from weight discrimination. An Oklahoma company, operating in Michigan, might fit under Michigan protections. It might not though.
The notice was found outside my apartment door on my mat. Today is 7/15/2022, and the rent is scheduled to increase on 9/01/2022. It says that if I don't agree to the increase my lease will be terminated. Can i fight this increase?
We live out of state and spend summer in Michigan. Called lawn service to cut grass in Mich. Agreed on price . No written contract. Find that they cut grass high so it needs it every week. Only able to afford service every other week. They disagree.
Regardless of the type of agreement you have, the most important information you could have is... you probably have a contract, and binding. But, what the terms of the agreement are, you'll probably need to hire an attorney and litigate it to ever know for certain.
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