he doesnt want to fulfill what's in the contract. He gave me options whether I stop asking him for things based on the contract or he will take me to court and exercise the letter of law. I am a paying tenant, I never pay my rent late, even during my business' shutdown due to COVID19. I... Read more »
I am sorry that you are in this situation. I am not sure that you have a question in your comments. It does sound like you are on the right side of the law and you could start enforcing the breach of contract actions that are most likely listed in your agreement. Maybe there is a...Read more »
I am sorry for the issues you are dealing with. You would first need to look at the CC n R's to see if they have a valid claim, this is more of an HOA issue than business law. I am sorry I can't be more helpful. I would hire an attorney that deals this area, there are...Read more »
Old roommate broke lease when we moved out a month early, we paid rent to her for last month of lease and she moved out right after us breaking the lease which she was also on, we were sued and had to pay full amount plus interest and fees as she moved to California
You don't have to sue her in California, you only have to get her served there. You can sue her in Utah. I would suggest going through the small claims court here. If you know where she lives, then file suit here, hire a process server to serve her the summons and complaint, if she...Read more »
The answer is most likely, "yes". I am not sure what your services are and you may have different regulations imposed if you are a Doctor or something like that not to mention contractual limitations if you have any way. Sounds like you don't if you are a sole proprietor....Read more »
A close friend and I are trying to start a business. It's based around an iOS app with services in the Pet Industry. We are trying to choose a business structure, and are unsure of which to pick. We are currently looking between an LLC or LLP. Is this the right choice for us?
we hired an attorney to write three amendments to a living trust. my mother was on her death bed and the attorney was out of town so he instructed us to see his paralegal and give her the instructions and he would meet with us at 8:30 am the following tuesday for her to sign the papers and then he... Read more »
I am not sure I understand the question. This is a strange happening indeed. I am sorry for your loss. Trust amendments are not typically filed in court. In addition, in the creation/modification of a trust there usually isn't court appearance either unless it was an irrevocable trust and...Read more »
also would a interest on property file filed with the court be enough for the house to not be able to be sold.. while i get council and find best lawyer to get started with probate or whats the next step? or 1st step. remember his bank accounts and proeprty is being sold by my younger sibling as... Read more »
not only has my brother been selling alot of the belongings he is claiming there is no life insurance. Just last year my dad mentioned to me how much i would be getting. i hated when he brought that subject up. especially when we were literally burying his dad the last time he mentioned it. My... Read more »
Life insurance is a different matter, by contract the life insurance company will have to pay whomever is listed on the beneficiary line. If you father and mother were married at the time of your father's death and your mother is still living, there is a good chance that she...Read more »
I signed a lease online for the time of August 2020 to move in. This particular landlord had told me my lease was not approved and signed by them and that I needed to sign another paper and give my proof of income. I called a couple weeks later due to the hardship of this COVID19 and told them we... Read more »
If the Landlord told you that it was not yet approved that there was something else you had to do in order to get it approved, then your "offer" to lease was not "accepted" yet. You can withdraw your offer at any time prior to "acceptance".
My boyfriend wanted to help me invest my portfolio. I gave him access but with stipulations that we were to talk about each position and I would okay them. I also told him I did not want to lose more than 2500$ of the original 10 k we talked about. He was to always put stops or trailing stops to... Read more »
Hard to say w/out seeing the contract. A tenant may exercise exclusive control over some areas, probably their room and private space, but would not have the legal right to ban a guest of another tenant/owner from a common area space.
I met my grandfather (on my dads side) in 2000 over the phone when he was speaking with my grandmother (moms side) he was in Utah I was in Seattle, I moved to Utah latr October 2019 I called him we were gonna meet face to face that Thanksgiving well he didn't show, then never answered his... Read more »
I am finding out for the 1st time EVER that the monopoly games were fixed and I am devastated! As a young woman,teenager, &single mom, i spent every bit of my weekly allowance, money earned from babysitting, mowing yards, odd jobs,and money from my 1st waitressing job on the monopoly game.... Read more »
When you say that the monopoly game was fixed, I am not sure understand. Did they misrepresent anything? Did you read their fine print of the rules and find out that they were lying? If so they could be liable. If you thought your chances of winning were better than what McDonalds represented...Read more »
You only have 3 days to cancel the lease agreement if the lease agreement gives you that option. There is no state or federal statute that will give you that right. If the place is deficient or "uninhabitable" then you would be able to cancel on the ground that the Landlord is breaching...Read more »
My uncle who was the executor for my grandfather's estate will not provide a will . iam in the will stating me and my jids can live there in his house under we pay utilities and house taxes. My uncle changed the locks broke into my sons room went threw all of our stuff and threw a lot of mine... Read more »
and she is mentally ill. She won’t sign the waiver of notice. We have filed for probate. The lawyers secretary told me the court will now send notices to the beneficiaries. What happens if she doesn’t sign or do anything? I may need a new lawyer, we went to the one my dad set the trust up with... Read more »
If you already have a lawyer, this question would be best posited to him/her as they have all the facts. A waiver is nothing more than a statement from a beneficiary that says, you don't have to give me notice about the case. It doesn't make them forfeit any inheritance. When a...Read more »
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