Many facts will be relevant and you will want to discuss this with an attorney. Ultimately your defenses to this non-compete will be determined by a Judge and their opinion on whether the time and territory is overly broad or if another defense exists. It does sound like the time and territory...Read more »
My question is Products like Mary Kay, Shaklee, Amway, etc.. these products are sold by consultants, but many sell online. I do sell some online, not many, just enough for some extra money since my wife lost her job.
I received an email from one of those companies stating... Read more »
Whether they can sue you depends some on your agreement with them as a distributor. I would imagine that they limited what you can do with what they have sold you. They have an interest in protecting their brand and may be able to sue you for unauthorized use of their trademarks at the very...Read more »
My guess is that this arrangement is unnecessarily complex and you should discuss with a competent attorney in your state what your goals are with this arrangement. Generally LLCs are disregarded entities for taxes. You could elect to have the LLC taxed as a C-Corp if you wanted corporate...Read more »
It is difficult to tell from the question what authority has been granted. A power of attorney may not need a specific reference to the business if it otherwise allows for the sale of that class of assets. A power of attorney is limited to what it authorizes. You should contact an attorney in...Read more »
North Carolina is a bit strange when it comes to inherited real estate. Based on the facts you have stated, you and your sister are the current owners of the real estate as tenants in common. She could deed you her interest in the property. Until creditors are cut off through the estate process,...Read more »
My grandfather added me to the deed, but as a tenant in common not joint tenancy with ROS, the lawyer did not explain what the difference was and told him once HE signed it it could not be changed. However, I did not sign any paperwork.
i was in my car drove down a road that was a dead end i reached the culd a sac an was turning around an next thing i knew my car was in a 4ft ditch there was no markings an you couldnt see it, someone who seen it happen an pulled my car out even said it was a dangerous ditch an he has to pull... Read more »
There could be a claim against the party that owns or maintains the property. Whether it is worth suing depends on the damages you sustained. The costs for this type of action will probably be higher due to the need for expert testimony.
Due to a motor cycle accident, my daughter lost her life., The driver was proven negligent. My daughters injuries were localized to her abd area and were so bad it killed her, she had no other injuries. The driver has given 4 different statements as to what happen and is denying the families right... Read more »
I would ask the attorney you retained for the wrongful death suit to contact the district attorney's office to see what is being pursued and why it is not a greater charge. Would have to know more to give more advice.
My grandaughter was given a property by my late brother. The estate is finally being finalized after a period of 1 1/2 years. My granddaughter is being asked to pay the back property taxes on these 18 months even though she still as to this date has not received the deed. She is expecting to... Read more »
North Carolina is a bit strange when it comes to inherited real estate. Usually there is no deed from the estate. Your granddaughter has owned the property since the date of death and the estate has had the right to recoup the property to pay bills if necessary. While different facts and...Read more »
I sold some merchandise to a business, clothing which I buy from a wholesale manufacturer and then have there business logo imprinted on it from a different company. The order was paritialy filled a over a 8 weeks ago and the customer has received it. The remaining merchandise was on back order... Read more »
The UCC covers this transaction and there is a strong possibility that the customer has the right to reject, or revoke acceptance of, the entire order. This all hinges on facts that are not apparent. The primary issue is whether the buyer agreed to accept the items in installments or otherwise...Read more »
More facts would have to be known to property answer this question. That being said, you may be entitled to an easement and road access if you have suddenly become landlocked due to changes in the roads.
Unfortunately there are not many options that don't cost money. You could sue the buyer for specific performance which would require him to go through with the deal. You also could sell to someone else and potentially recoup damages from the original buyer if you can't get as good a price.
The manner in which he is selling the vehicle may be illegal if he is holding himself out as a dealer. If you only have a verbal agreement, and there is no transfer of the title, he may have rights in the vehicle. You may want to contact an attorney to try and work through the issues.
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