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0 Answers | Asked in Business Law and Environmental for Louisiana on
Q: According to Louisiana Law, do convenience stores have to have restrooms for the public?

The store is located outside of the Downtown Area, it's in Metairie, i get a lot of harassment from customers saying that it's their right to use the restroom, i want to know if by law i am forced to let then in the restroom, or i have the right to refuse.

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law for California on
Q: Can a judge enter an order for settlement agreement after an MSC IF both sides did not actually agree at the very end?

During an MSC the judge facilitated agreement on a dollar figure. However, when the judge went back with the final figure to the defendant he reneged (after he had initially agreed) and stated that he would not agree to pay anything. Thus the judge was upset that he did not participate in good... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Business Law for Illinois on
Q: I have a home based business in Chicago. I can’t remove my home address from Chicago’s public business database.

I have privacy concerns. I would Like to know if there is a way to have a Chicago home based business while keeping my home address off the public database.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for Massachusetts on
Q: I am a snack food wholesaler. I have been doing business with a National snack food company for 7 years now. All of a

sudden I get a letter saying they will be discontinuing business with me as of November 1, 2022. Do I have any recourse?

William J. Amann
William J. Amann
answered on Sep 30, 2022

First, I'd ask why. Second, if you have a written agreement, review it and any applicable termination provisions.

0 Answers | Asked in Banking, Business Law and Small Claims for Georgia on
Q: What do you do if you get scammed from a company that and the bank see the double payments and does not refund you

The banks won't go past 60 -30 days of the transaction, and it's in the same month as the double transactions occurred. And also I don't know who to go further with cause it's over 10k in funds and I called the company im still in contact with them but they are saying they... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law and Business Law for Georgia on
Q: Video Editing for Clients in Another State | Tax Question

I currently have a Georgia LLC doing video editing and will be moving to Michigan in a couple of months. Since I will be doing the work in Michigan I assume I would register there, but do I have to register as a foreign entity in Georgia? Will I end up paying tax to both states? How does that work?... Read more »

Glenn M. Lyon
Glenn M. Lyon
answered on Sep 30, 2022

If you begin conducting business in Michigan and don't do do anything else with the company, you will need to register in Michigan as a foreign entity since it is a Georgia entity (regardless of where you reside). Assuming you will not be moving back to Georgia soon, it makes sense to just... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Environmental, Gov & Administrative Law and Municipal Law for Ohio on
Q: What is the legality of maintaining a grave in a cemetery for someone?

I'm talking about cleaning it up, weeding around it, etc. If a cemetery isn't doing much other than mowing, can I go in and take care of the gravestone for someone? I'm thinking of starting a business where people could pay for me to make their loved one's grave look good if... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law on
Q: Why should the law recognize or sanction civil obligations?

Give at least 3 reasons to support your answer.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Real Estate Law, Business Law and Civil Litigation for North Carolina on
Q: Plumbing/water damage purposely hidden behind a piece of furniture wedged into closet by sellers, missed by inspector, i

Closed July 2021.

Sellers hid major damage, real estate agent was a young kid, making millions in a crazy market and largely uninterested n unresponsive to us small potatoes. He recommended we go with his inspector friend. We trusted all parties at the time. We discovered immediately... Read more »

Lynn Ellen Coleman
Lynn Ellen Coleman
answered on Sep 29, 2022

Attorneys are not allowed to say "I'll take your case" on this forum. It's not allowed. Start with local attorneys and gradually move further away. I must warn you that you have a duty to mitigate your damages. You have to pay for the repairs yourself, and then sue to get... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Business Law on
Q: Contract with Engineering Firm Licensed providing professional services

We, Engineering company in Seoul Korea expect to make detail engineering service contract with a Client in Indiana State.

Detail engineering for plant of battery parts will be done by our company in Seoul. The engineering deliverables shall be have review, edit or change and PE stamping by... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Securities Law for Texas on
Q: If I want to start a business to invest money for regular people, do I need qualifications to do so, legally speaking?

I'm a competent investor and I have made outsized returns for the past 2 decades. My friends and family all want me to take their money and invest it for them like I do. It is my understanding of the law that this would not be legal, as I am not a financial advisor nor do I have... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Law for Kentucky on
Q: Business sent me a check and now wants the money back

I had bought a vehicle from a dealership back in January of this year. They claimed that I spent $500 on a deposit that I actually did not pay. Eight months down the road, they are now asking for that $500 back. Is that something that I am required to pay back? When they called me back about the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law and Contracts for Florida on
Q: I own a small business that I’d like to sell. I’m considering owner financing. Can an agreement include repossession?

I want to be sure I’m protected if the buyer defaults, or fails to maintain the business. The business is a franchised restaurant so there standards that need to be maintained. If the agreement includes a down payment, would I retain it as well?

Derek Allen Colvin
Derek Allen Colvin
answered on Sep 28, 2022

There is always some level of risk involved in every business transaction. Providing owner financing and the nature of the franchise relationship will need to be taken into account. You can't eliminate risk, but you can manage risk by contemplating these issues in an asset purchase... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Business Law for Florida on
Q: Can you legally get paid from other company's for work that volunteers did for your company?

Is this legal? (ex. John decides to volunteer for Company A and he gets assigned work to be done for Company B. Company B pays Company A for the completed work. Company A does not pay John for the work since he's a volunteer.)

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law for New York on
Q: I booked an event space, host called stating she double booked, she ghosted me, do I have a case?

This was a craft fair open to the public. I haven't paid yet as she stated as long as I paid within two weeks of the event which hasn't passed yet. I've already collected vendor fees, did paid advertisement and put in the work to organize everything. If I cancel, I will have to... Read more »

Michael David Siegel
Michael David Siegel
answered on Sep 27, 2022

I do not know what "booked" means to you. If you have a written contract, you can enforce it. If you have a promise on the phone, then you have nothing.

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