Will I need to establish a small business.
If so, which is most economical, a sole proprietorship or partnership.
Who do I need to talk to?
answered on Jun 2, 2021
You do not need to establish a business to self publish a book, but there are several advantages to to doing so. For instance, you can deduct businesses expenses you may have incurred in making your book from your tax liability.
Sole proprietorships, partnerships, and LLCs each have... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2020
It's going to depend on the actual mark, but "Howard" and "Bowie" themselves are weak marks and will likely not be granted a trademark. "Howard" is a common first and surname and "Bowie" is a location. The USPTO does not grant trademarks to generic or... Read more »
won`t come back to finish it! say they are taking me to collections, I haven`t had a final walk through yet, and they want the final payment!! can you advise me on what to do?? thank you!!
answered on Mar 4, 2020
Well, it really depends on the contract you signed with them. I'm curious as to what acceptance of the final work product is explained to be, and whether the contract said anything about modifications to the work. If they have a duty to come back and raise the door, which they probably do,... Read more »
We were forced to sign an agreement in door to door sales, we tried to cancel it but did it in an email after 5th business day. now the seller is not willing to cancel it and I am not willing to buy it. How to get away with it?
answered on Feb 20, 2020
This all really depends on the agreement that you signed. But from your question, it looks like you cancelled the agreement within the permitted time limit, so you will likely not be liable for payment. You should be able to successfully defend yourself if the seller tries to enforce the agreement... Read more »
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answered on Feb 15, 2020
Your question can really only be answered after a licensed attorney, where the property is located, evaluates all the facts of your potential case. However a claim to quiet title is special legal proceeding to determine ownership of real property. The goal of this kind of lawsuit would be to stop... Read more »
answered on Jul 25, 2019
It will depend on your lease but you will most likely be responsible for a penalty for breaking the lease. Often, tenants are responsible for the remainder of the lease.
After months of not speaking with me the friend now wants to take me to court for money that is not a loan. Would this action fall under Title 5 Subtitle 9 5-901 Executory Contracts? The amount was 800 however the friend is stating in court that it is $1200. How do I fight this? I offered to pay... Read more »
answered on May 30, 2019
I'm sorry to hear about your "friend."
Your matter is pretty fact dependent, however generally, a "gift" is a voluntary transfer of property by one to another, without any consideration or compensation provided to the transferor. Thus, a gift is a gratuity.... Read more »
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