I thought I was signing a credit card receipt for a one-time charge for some training sessions at Retro Fitness and now they are saying that I signed a contract! It was not a paper copy of a contract that they presented me with to sign, it was one of those little electronic gadgets that has just... View More
There are defenses that you could make that there was no contract. The best course of action is to seek an attorney familiar with contract law and have them write a letter to Retro Fitness with the legal reasons no contract was formed. Many times, when the other party sees a letter from an...View More
Gave Ever Dry a deposit of 1000.00 on a job costing 13,000.00 Since I would not take out two different loans from this company someone else called me and would do the loan but a lien would be put on my home said NO! Was told by there finance person that my deposit would come back to me Tharp was... View More
It is sad to say that often it requires a letter from an attorney to get a quick resolution to a matter. It may be as simple as having a business attorney draft a letter to the company, however, without seeing the documents that were signed, it is not possible to say that your situation can be...View More
The answer to this question depends upon the county where you will be distributing the flyers. Even though you are not selling anything, the township may deem that handing out the flyers is a form of soliciting contributions, and there are townships that require permits for such an activity.
There are many things to consider as to manner in which you should structure the acquisition of another company. For purposes of liability, the buyer generally prefers to purchase a business by using an Asset Acquisition Agreement. This will allow the buyer to exclude any unwanted liabilities....View More
It is difficult to give you a completely accurate answer without reading the lease, but I think you should send a letter to your old landlord, certified mail, return receipt requested. Most leases will provide that the landlord has to return the security deposit within a certain number of days, or...View More
The funeral director is telling me I gave him a verbal agreement that the funeral bill was going to be paid, but my step mother signed for the services and a acual contract. They are threatening to take me to a magistrate for the bill balance.
There is something called the parol evidence rule. The parol evidence rule provides that evidence of additions or clarifications to a written contract, will not be permitted to prove the terms of the contract. The written contract governs the agreement between the parties. However, in order for...View More
Is there any way to get out of an auto renewal service contract from Republic Trash Services? I signed the contract on 04/18/2011. I send a letter and made numerous phone calls to cancel the service. My letter was dated 04/19/2017. They are trying to charge me six months of liquidation fees to... View More
Unfortunately, auto renewal provisions in contracts are legally binding. Depending upon the wording of your contract, if you do not want to pay the liquidation fees, you may want to send them a letter now to cancel for the next auto renewal. Just be sure that your contract permits you to cancel...View More
Since Pennsylvania is not a community property state, your spouse is not liable for the debts of the sole proprietorship. However, if you have a joint bank account, the creditor could go after 50% of the account.
You need a business lawyer. You did not state in your question whether you would be able to make payments on the Note. If you can, and plan to make future payments, a business lawyer might be able to negotiate with the lender. If you have no intention of paying the Note, the lender can sue you...View More
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