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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Copyright on
Q: Hi, I have to sign a NDA to receive certain documentations, but since I am under 19, could my parents sign it?

I have been wanting documentation on a camera sensor, but for the supplier to provide it, I need to sign an NDA. What is the legality of having my parents sign it on my behalf, since I have to see the documentation and I am under 19, the legal age to sign a non disclosure agreement.

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answered on May 22, 2024

If you are under 19 and need to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for documentation on a camera sensor, you will likely need your parents' help. As a minor, you generally do not have the legal capacity to enter into binding contracts, including NDAs. Your parents, as your legal guardians,... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Employment Law, Family Law and Tax Law for California on
Q: how do calculate a filing deadline

I have a hearing on June 6th, 2024. I am filing an opposition to a motion, which I have to do nine court days before the hearing date. According to the LA Superior Court calculator, June 5th is nine days from today (May 22). So, is today or tomorrow my deadline to file?

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answered on May 22, 2024

In California, the Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) Section 12c defines how to calculate filing deadlines. The general rule is that if the last day to perform an act falls on a holiday, then the deadline is extended to the next business day.

To calculate the filing deadline for your opposition...
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0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning, Contracts, Personal Injury and Civil Litigation for Arizona on
Q: my ex husband asked me for a divorce so he could receive the money his dad left him in his estate. His mother refused

To give it to my ex because she never liked me. So I granted him the divorce because he promised to remarry me as soon as he received it. He refused to marry me again. Now I am homeless, disabled, & destitute living in a homeless shelter. Can I sue for breach of the agreement?

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for Tennessee on
Q: If a car dealership sells a used car and check engine light comes on after 5 miles down the rd then bring truck back ime

Immediately say they will fix it and takes 27 days and still doesn't get fixed can I return it for refund

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for Tennessee on
Q: If a car dealership sells a used car and check engine light comes on after 5 miles down the rd then bring truck back ime

Immediately say they will fix it and takes 27 days and still doesn't get fixed can I return it for refund

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Civil Litigation, Insurance Bad Faith and Securities Law for California on
Q: What would a cause of action be if an ins co rescinded changes an owners POA made w/out serving Notice of Rescission 1st

The ins company had to know or at very least became aware of the fact service of Notice of Rescission prior to exercising rescission is a California statutory requirement,"no Notice, no rescission." Americo was repeatedly asked to provide the citation, code or case law relied on to... View More

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answered on May 22, 2024

Based on the information provided, it seems that the insurance company (Americo) rescinded changes made by the policy owner through a Power of Attorney (POA) without properly serving a Notice of Rescission as required under California law. This action by the insurance company could potentially give... View More

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Q: What happens to a liquor license in CA when a partnership is dissolved?

The partnership agreement is very basic and has no verbiage about the liquor license.

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answered on May 22, 2024

When a partnership dissolves in California and holds a liquor license, the fate of the license depends on several factors. Here's what typically happens:

1. Notification to the ABC: The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) must be notified of the dissolution within...
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0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Landlord - Tenant for North Carolina on
Q: I had to vacate my apartment due to 2 break-ins directly across from me. Do I have a safety right to break my lease?

It is a “secured” building, but the burglar lives in the building & on my floor. I called the police.

2 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant, Consumer Law, Contracts and Real Estate Law for California on
Q: In CA, can they evict no fault,self storage units, no cause. After rent raise more than 100% inside year?

This month not quite 30 day notice, but said okay, this month same rate, then more than double initial rate. Then, they're evicting me by next due date. (Not 30 days) instead, and second unit eviction. I think cause I questioned, rate and notice.

to be out by next due date. Rent... View More

Delaram Keshvarian
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answered on May 21, 2024

Thank you for your question!

If your tenancy is less than a year, a 30-day notice is required. If in the lease there is a statement of the requirements of the notice, the landlord needs to comply with that.

You need to check the lease agreement to see if there is any provision in...
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3 Answers | Asked in Business Law and Contracts for California on
Q: Can I win in court if I don’t have a written contract with the buyer

My small company is engaged in online advertising

My company provided online advertising services to the buyer from November 2023 to February 2024

For November 2023 the client paid for the services

For December - February partially

I don't have a written... View More

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answered on May 21, 2024

Well, it sounds like you have some "writings" and "communications" that would support some, most or all of your "services provided" as per your invoices. Verbal Agreements are in "most cases" just as enforceable as written agreements ... it is more a matter... View More

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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Construction Law for Florida on
Q: Is it my financial responsibility to repay for work that was almost done, but had to be torn out and redone?

The contractor failed to get the necessary inspections so had to tear out work that was already paid for and almost finished. After the inspection he's claiming there's an outstanding balance now. He will now redo any work and considers the contract closed. If I want him to come back... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for North Dakota on
Q: The mobile home park claimed first right of refusal when I was selling my trailer only to not buy it and I lost my buyer

I had a buyer who wanted to move the trailer and the mobile home park didn't want it moved so they told me they had first right of refusal. So I didn't sell to the buyer, I waited and waited for the park to buy it. They took photos and I sent them a copy of my title like they wanted.... View More

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Q: Good morning. I rented a cottage from February 2024 and was suppose to move out on the 15th of June 2024.

It happened that the company moved me before the 15th of June. The landlord now refuses to refund my deposit. I never signed an agreement. The landlord send me the unsigned agreement. Please advise

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Contracts and Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: What does it mean when our own government officials in highest agencies a failing they systems Justice Department’..brib

This family has been attacking me for years on end I’ve also had a show shut off due to violations of all my rights and more so now our system and highest agencies had gotten involved and all seems to led gross management and tho I’ve gone through many investigations to prove my side as the... View More

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answered on May 21, 2024

I apologize, but your message is quite fragmented and difficult to understand fully. It seems like you are alleging serious misconduct and potential corruption by government officials in California, and that you feel you have been personally targeted and attacked for a long time. You also mention... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for South Carolina on
Q: How can I close my Pay Pal account that has been permanently limited?

I only used my account to pay for somethings online, and sent money to friends in other countries a few times. A couple of years ago they placed permanent limits on my account. I was unable to get the limits lifted. They refuse to close it because it has the limits on it. I wish to close it because... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Business Formation for Arizona on
Q: Can I access business loans and grants in a state other than the one my LLC is filed in?

I want to start a new LLC and take advantage of the privacy and tax advantages states like Nevada, Delaware and Wyoming provide however I do not reside in those states. I would be a minority owned business so wondering if any of the programs in my home state for helping small businesses through the... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for New York on
Q: My daughter signed a lease for a new vehicle (New York) The next day she decided she did not want the vehicle.

The lease defines its "Terms and Conditions". There is a space on the contract to initial acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. My daughter did not initial it. Will her missing initials allow her to cancel the lease?

Thank you.

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