I’m selling terrariums, but when someone buys one, I also send them a thank you note. The thank you note is wax sealed with a stamp I bought at a craft store. He says that using that stamp will get me sued. It’s just an olive leaf wreath by itself. Is that something I’ll get sued over? I’m... Read more »
I'm a tenant in my father's home, where I also conduct a business that is incorporated at the address. I was recently informed by a 3rd party that the home is being sold. My question is can I sue for illegal eviction for not giving me any notice of the sale, and hold the landlord liable... Read more »
So about 2 weeks ago my cash app got locked up for an unknown reason. I couldn’t transfer my money out my cash balance I couldn’t send anybody any money and I couldn’t use my cash card. I contacted cashapp through the chat on the app and they emailed me back finally a week later and said I... Read more »
Located a property owner that is tied to a company that has dissolved. The agent/owner is not interested in the property and is willing to let it go to auction. From what I gather, I would need to step in as the owner of this property to secure an interest. I've never purchased a business and... Read more »
Owner had wrecked vehicle brought to shop (claimant) for repairs by verbal agreement parts were brought and returned after not hearing from owner inaccessible. Vehicle is still wrecked but storage started to accrue each day after not hearing from owner. Contact lienholder and was told to file... Read more »
You will need to provide additional information for a decent answer. Are you referring to the articles of incorporation or some other internal corporate document? Is there another document that addresses the issue?
I just received my first Business Personal Property Tax Return. I am a sole proprietor in my first year of business. My tangible personal property pertaining to my business is worth about $3000. Am I still required by law to submit the Business Personal Property Tax Return?
These fines are generally not enforceable like tickets issued by law enforcement agencies. However, failure to pay the fines could result in outstanding balance being sent to a collection agency, which could negatively impact your credit.
Business is a franchise I have purchased from franchisor. Products are: monthly memberships for personal training service, the occasional apparel sale, beverage sales (bottled water, etc.), and nutritional supplements (sold online). I will have personal trainers who are my employees. I'm... Read more »
Without more information on the circumstances surrounding the dispute, a complete answer cannot be given. However, filing a motion to dismiss can be done for a variety of reasons and is case specific. Therefore, It is highly recommended that you contact an attorney that specializes in civil suits....Read more »
Contingency contracts are on of many contracts that are legally enforceable in the state of Georgia. They are often seen in personal injury law matters and many of these contracts allow either the client or attorney to terminate or withdraw, respectively. However, the client may owe that attorney...Read more »
I have owned a self storage facility in Georgia for years and have never held an auction. Our contract was pulled straight from Ga code title 10-4-213, stating we will dispose of the contents if customer is in default. (We always allow 60 days before sending out certified letters or e-mails... Read more »
Your new manager may be correct. Make sure that you are reading the 2021 version of the OFFICIAL CODE OF GEORGIA ANNOTATED. If you remain uncertain after reading the newest language, you should probably meet with a business law attorney who can assist you in understanding your legal obligations.
Depending on what type of investment opportunity you are offering will determine whether state, federal, or both laws apply. If federal, then securities laws outlined in the Securities Act of 1933 and 1934 as well as regulations provided by the Security and Exchange Commission will apply....Read more »
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