If you are trying to ask a question about, when you move in together and things don't work out, whether you can sue for breach of contract; the answer is no. Had you been married, on the other hand, you would very well have a number of options.
family member who never visits seems to think our son is abused. keeps calling dcf and the cops to question us. we have been homeless 3 times and never helped us. were seeking legal advice to help us with our situation
The marketing company did not deliver of services we paid for. Instead of staying on topic, he started insulting me to others and publically like Jezebel, a Feminist terrorist. Mind you I've only interacted 4 times with him over the year. The owner has almost entirely worked with my male... Read more »
You might be able to sue for defamation, but keep in mind that you would have to be able to prove damages. Florida Statute 836.04 is interesting; I doubt that any prosecutions based on it are made pursuant to it, in this day and age.
I don't have a car to pay the $5 so is that the only way to get a response because it's really sad that this world has come to making a profit off of somebody else's misfortunate it's really terrible I just needed some help with my Dad's passing away it's already hard... Read more »
Yes, you definitely should edit this post if you want someone to respond.
Apparently, you need to pay someone $5, for some reason, but you don't have a car (or perhaps a card). Do you have an envelope and a postage stamp? A check or money order would also be a good idea instead of...Read more »
I’ve noticed google search engine has personal information like when I live, age, phone number, photos, count orders, etc. things I have not authorize to be in the public and it’s for the sake of my safety and my children.
"... Notwithstanding subsection (2), it is lawful and is not a violation of s. 790.01 for a person 18 years of age or older to possess a concealed firearm or other weapon for self-defense or other lawful purpose within the interior of a private...Read more »
I went to a retail store with a tire shop to repair/replace a tire. They recommended plugging the tire and completed the work. I was sent on my way with my toddler with me. After I got home, from an hour drive mostly interstate, I noticed markings on my tire when I was unloading the car. I... Read more »
You have a claim for breach of contract. All consequential losses that are foreseeable are damages that can be recovered in a contract breach case. Sue them in small claims court. It’s wise to get another expert mechanic to testify that they did poor workmanship that resulted in your damages.
I called a vet's office and at the time I made the appointment for my dog and at the moment I walked in and they asked me what he was being seen for oh, I told them I was there for a Cushing's test. I told the veterinarian three times that I wanted my dog tested for Cushing's... Read more »
It is unclear what you mean by "charge back". Did you pay the bill? If you didn't ask them to do anything but test the dog for that particular disease, and if they didn't do the test, simply don't pay the bill.
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Unfortunately, there are a number of parties involved between the bank, insurance carrier, and other possible interests, and if there was a lapse in coverage, they can repossess. It could depend on the arrangements for...Read more »
If the proxy was valid as provided in the statutory sub-section you have cited, and was duly voted at the meeting, the measure passed at that meeting would be valid. The 90 days has nothing to do with expiration of the adopted measure; it has to do with expiration of the proxy. If, instead of...Read more »
The dealer falsified your income? And you failed to inform the finance company of that falsification? No, that would not allow you to declare the purchase contract void. The finance company is a party to the contract, although apparently a victim of the dealer's fraud. So the finance...Read more »
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