I have Transferred 21k to a friend for business opportunity. My friend has played me and will not give my money back. Is it possible to sue him and get my money back? The only evidence I have are through massages.
It is possible under a claim for unjust enrichment, which I will post below. The difficult part is where there is no written contract (besides text messages) there is no attorney's fees provisions. Meaning you would likely have to go pay an attorney to go after the 21k and not be able to...Read more »
refund my money plus they say I have to continue to make payments or I will be in breach of contract and lose my $$$. They said I can pospone to next month but, a bunch of my family have already canceled. what can I do??
Take a look at the contract with them to see if there there is any termination/cancellation provision that speaks to this first. For example, they may take a small cancellation fee instead of the whole amount since you are giving them more than 30 days' notice.
Yes according to that section. But I would recommend reading the entire contract to make sure for example there wasn't an automatic renewal or anything you needed to do on your end to cancel/terminate the contract.
My partner who I have recently had a disagreement, recently registered the business for 2020 but I am not listed (I was listed in 2019 as a owner/mgr). What is the legal significance of not being listed on the business as I am a 49% partner?
Do you have a partnership agreement? Typically, that is going to control over what is on Sunbiz (I am guessing that is what you are referring to). Also, if there was not a written partnership agreement, it defaults to the Florida Revised Uniform Partnership Act. I would suggest that you have them...Read more »
I was subcontracted for some IT work. I signed a contract and my billable hrs were below that max amount of billable hrs. I provided a weekly summary of the work I did and hrs worked. Everything went well until payment was due. The first excuse was they didn't approve my proposal which later... Read more »
The contract will typically control. I am not sure what is meant by "no court" but the contract dictates how you should proceed. Sometimes contracts say that you waive your right to a jury trial but that doesn't mean that you couldn't still sue. Or sometimes the contract...Read more »
Hello, I’m suppose to have my baby shower at the banquet hall in three weeks but the government is shutting down all events for 30 days. I am already 7 and a half months pregnant and is unable to reschedule my event. Can the banquet hall keep my money even thought this is out of my control?
Typically you would start by establishing your own entity with the state of Florida (sunbiz). Also, obtain an EIN number if you haven't already. Then obtain your occupational license (now called a Business Tax Receipt), which depending on your area you need both the city and county license...Read more »
Yes as long as there is not a contract that removed the "at-will" status of the employee because in Florida employment is at-will. Also, as long as the reason is not based on discrimination or in retaliation, for example, a whistleblower action or if employee recently requested or took...Read more »
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