If you are a corporation did you have a shareholders' agreement. If you are an LLC, do you have an operating agreement. Your rights would be explained in the agreement. If no agreement, then your rights would be set forth in a statute.
My husband and I signed contracts to purchase a home and sell our house. We cancelled both 6 days later due to uncertainty over the immediate future of the economy. We offered to pay for the cost of marketing and the home inspection paid by the buyers of our home. But our realtor wants us to pay... Read more »
I needed new tires and this company offers tires, that you can pay off in monthly payments ( if payed in 6 months there is no interest ) , but when I asked to see all the payments given ( about 3 months ) , only half of my money so far is paying for the actual tires and the other half are small... Read more »
This contract is good for a term of three (3) years. Either party can terminate this agreement in writing with a thirty (30) day notice. Any deals, events, performances etc,,, that where done during the time of this contract will still be deemed a part of this contract and *** will be paid twenty... Read more »
If the contract has expired, then neither party has any further obligations to the other party except payment owed for bookings. Does the contract have any provisions that survive the expiration such as confidentiality, non-compete, indemnification, etc.?
I worked in Feb. as a freelance musician for an orchestra in Florida that now says they cannot pay what my contract says that I am owed. I am writing my pre-small-claims "demand for payment" letter & would like to cc the board to pressure them to make payment. I live in CA & would... Read more »
You should send it to the person listed in the Notices provision of the contract. If no Notice provision send it to the person who signed the contract on behalf of the non-profit. Do not copy the Board members.
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 »
Did you voluntary dissolve or were you involuntarily dissolved? If you voluntary dissolved you may be able to revoke your dissolution for $35. It will cost $600 to reinstate. Otherwise, you are better off forming a new corporation ands paying $87.50. After 60 days from dissolution you should be...Read more »
I work on a "Q&A website" that pays people to ask questions, who at the end of year sends a 1099-Misc form, classifying me as an "independent contractor". I currently earn 1K every month on this site. I've earned 6K up to this point throughout the year. Per their... Read more »
Pub Rec is a registered trademark for several classes of goods with 2 filings with the USPTO. You have no registration or application. You need to discuss this issue with a trademark attorney.
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