I signed a contract with the sub-leasor. However, I still make payments to the landlord and our contract, I'd argue, is still intact. While I violated a portion of the contract, I did not, in my opinion, 1) materially breach, nor 2) is the landlord damaged because rent is still being paid... Read more »
I currently have two policies with same health insurance company. I am under my mother as a dependent for an Aetna health insurance policy and also under my stepmother as a dependent for a separate Aetna health insurance policy. Any issues with this? I was told by an insurance rep that they see... Read more »
It is a 2015 Toyota Corolla and have taken it to the Toyota dealership about 3 times already and they told me it was a manufacturer problem and they won't do anything about it. A friend told me about the 'lemon law' and I wanted to know if it applies to my situation.
3 years ago I started working for a small company. Eventually, more people joined and my boss hired a company to do the Human Resources (hired a professional employer organization ). The problem is that I've been trying to buy a house but I became a leased employee LAST YEAR (2 years after I... Read more »
I had a pool build and my last payments was to be $4300.00 however I paid $3000.00 in advance in order to get the lanai done, now i only have $1300.00 left to pay, I have informed the owner of the company that the finish of the pool has a defect that need to be checked before I make the last... Read more »
I have attempted to find a well paying job as I had before so I can be responsible. However I have experience but no degree. So I am offered 8 to 10 per hour jobs. I have been attempting to find 2 jobs. However companies all want you to work the "peak hours." I would not be able to... Read more »
I have read everything I can find regarding Tenant by Entirety. The closest exemption I found is listed under the Homestead Exemption which is listed as 222.01. But this appears to apply primarily to Real property. I am looking for the exemption for personal property that is claimed exempt as... Read more »
Motion For Continuing Garnishment form in the state of Florida. On page 2 of that form, it states, " Plaintiff further moves the court to award the Plaintiff the costs incurred in this Garnishment action in the sum of $___." What cost do I add and/or place in the blank__?
I filed a small claims suit against a person renting a room in my home that did not pay me. On November 30, 2017, we went to mediation and defendant agreed to start paying $150 a month to start on January 15, 2018. The defendant defaulted on the agreement and I filed an affidavit on January 16,... Read more »
This is something you would want to discuss with a construction law attorney. Its something that would probably be billed hourly, at a typical attorney rate. This way you can get exactly what you need that is SPECIFIC to you and your situation. You will certainly sleep better at night planning...Read more »
Seller did nothing to maintain the pool or the grounds, the Florida contract states seller is to maintain the property until closing. The pool is a mess, the grass is knee high....my agent wanted to take care of it, but listing agent wouldn't allow it.
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