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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Communications Law for New York on
Q: Can Verizon charge back rebate cards they gave me for bringing my device over and leaving them in 10 months?

I was given rebate cards for each device I brought over to Verizon service. These rebate cards can only be used with Verizon and I thus used them to pay my wireless bills each month. After 10 months the rebate cards had been depleted and I decided I did not want Verizon any longer. I called to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Real Estate Law for Maryland on
Q: There's letters of admin & home is under contract but title Co selected by buyer is not ready to close in time bc they

They didn't request payoff statement . Who is at default in this case? I'm told we are bc they are sellers items, in this correct?

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant, Consumer Law and Contracts for New Jersey on
Q: Responsibility of Landlord for electric service.

1) LL Left provision on utilities empty in the lease. Actually, never delivered said lease. LL did not put her name on Elect. Co. account for the unit. & never told me to do so and never paid contrary to what she claimed previously in court. Can I suddenly become responsible for Utilities.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts for New York on
Q: Can 3 parties sign counterparts and send signed pages to 1 party to collate only one original contract (no circulation)?

Please note that only one original contract is to be prepared by inserting signed pages of all parties in one contract which original contract will be held by one party only during the term of the contract. The signed pages are to be sent by 2 parties after signing in counterparts and just... Read more »

Jack Mevorach
Jack Mevorach
answered on Oct 1, 2022

Not the best method. I recommend against it. Do it the right way.

Jack

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Criminal Law, Foreclosure and Civil Rights for Georgia on
Q: My car was towed from a gated storage facility without my consent. What do I do?

I filed a police report. The Officer ran my tag and a “businessman declared my car had been parked wrong.This is after it had been there since 6/23/22. They stated that I was meant to be in spot “F1” and not “F1A”. There was no attempt to reach me in any way. It was also said that they... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law, Collections and Construction Law for North Carolina on
Q: Our builder is $55000 over their budget on final invoice. What are our options because we do not have that money.

Cost plus build and we were given a construction budget sheet with prices. Also the whole build we have told them if someone is over budgeted item we need to know in advance, and no communication from builder just a bill. Also have in writing we need to know overages before being charged.

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Products Liability for California on
Q: There was a lien found against a boat I sold 3 years ago. When I sold it I used a broker. Who is liable?

Now the current owners are threatening civil lawsuit eventhough I didn't know about the lien with the coast guard. I had the boat registered thorough the DMV. The broker was the one who looked up all liens against the title.

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for California on
Q: As a renter when the owner is selling the building to build does he have to compensate the tenants being forced to move

It is gonna be a tear down to build a high rise building

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Government Contracts and Land Use & Zoning for Texas on
Q: Yes my grandfather payed off a loan it was for a real deed of trust for Texas it was a promissary note after contract

Contract was paid shortly after he was murdered an I just found all these papers an it starts with patent for the state of Texas

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Small Claims for Oregon on
Q: Can I do a small claims on the storage unit where my belongings were all ruined if my mom was the name on the unit
Gregory L Abbott
Gregory L Abbott
answered on Sep 30, 2022

If only mom's name is on the lease, it is likely only Mom can file claims related to the lease.

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for Massachusetts on
Q: Bill if sale agreement

I sold a shed to someone and he made out the bill ot sale. He paid for the shed on August 15th and on the bill of sale The site owner acknowledges that the building may remain as a present location Jen until Thursday September 15th December 15th if the buyer cannot arrange for removal by... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for New Hampshire on
Q: Bill of sale agreement

I sold a shed to someone and he made out the bill ot sale. He paid for the shed on August 15th and on the bill of sale The site owner acknowledges that the building may remain as a present location Jen until Thursday September 15th December 15th if the buyer cannot arrange for removal by... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Communications Law and Intellectual Property on
Q: Have you the andress of a Jianwanshun or JianwanshuUS?

I have a virtual electrodomestic retailer in Costa Rica

2 Answers | Asked in Contracts for Florida on
Q: I’m under contract on a condo in Florida. The hurricane destroyed the area but not the condo. Can I get out or the deal.

Little to no damage on the unit but the building, pool and surrounding area has suffered significant loss.

Barbara Billiot Stage
Barbara Billiot Stage
answered on Sep 30, 2022

No one can answer that in this online forum. It requires a review of your purchase agreement. You will need to hire a real estate lawyer to review it. Honestly, you should not purchase real estate without one.

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