They never wrote me up I never give them reason to write me up, Very hard and good worker team player. It came to a shock to me I haven't seen a paystub in almost a year and 2 days of PTO were stolen from me what should I do
I had a verbal contract to design a simple website for someone i know. I asked the standard half up front and half when done. I started getting red flags almost halfway through the process, he didn't want a contact page for consumers etc. After that, i started recording all conversations and... Read more »
Last year my employer put the wrong case number on several of my child support checks that were sent to the state, so they were never credited to the right case. My case worker told me that although my name was on the check, it could not be credited to me because the case number was wrong. So they... Read more »
If you have no legal interest in the house and she is the only heir, then she would take ownership of the property. Once ownership has been established, then she could file to evict you from the property through the courts.
You can work on your own car. If it was illegal there wouldn't be AutoZone stores everywhere. But if you are on private property, say in an apartment complex, you may be prohibited from working on your vehicle on that particular property, for example.
A car with Mississippi auto dealer tags was uninsured with unlicensed 15 year old driver...driving who backed out of their driveway into our car that we bought the day before! They were not given any citations from officers. The damages to our car est. 13,050. Our uninsured motorist policy has... Read more »
If your insurance does not cover the whole amount of damages you'll have to file a lawsuit against the driver/parents to try and recover a judgment for damages. But you can't force the police to issue citations.
We bought a house with 17.5 acres in Tennessee. We did not have a survey done before we signed the contract we have since had a survey and there are only 11.5 acres. Do we have any recourse to get reimbursement for the missing acreage? Who would be responsible for the misrepresentation?
The answer is maybe. Depending on many factors, including the type of deed you received, the purchase and sale agreement terms, whether a survey was waived, etc. It could be a potential claim against the seller(s), or maybe the title insurance company, or both. You'll need to hire local...Read more »
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