Dog breeding business. I’ve taken care of the dogs, ON MY OWN, for two years. Up until the point of our breakup, then we found out one of our females were pregnant. I took care of her throughout her pregnancy. He took her from me and told me he would take care of her during the welping process,... Read more »
If vacation time is wanted during time frame that would include an on-call rotation shift, my employer demands I make arrangements to have those on-call hours be covered by a co-worker then make up the time missed after returning from vacation. Is it my responsibility to make arrangements to find a... Read more »
If I got an Indexed Universal Life Insurance Policy would I be able to legally use a credit card to put money into the policy and then borrow against the policy to pay off the credit card; and then input money from the credit card into the policy again and then just repeating the process,... Read more »
Saying if using for commercial purposes you must buy license for use while it’s on a free platform and can be downloaded for free, my question is do i actually have to since this is a free font on a free platform or will i still be required to buy the license?
The fact that a font is available for free online for some purposes does not mean that you can download and use it for free for other purposes. Fonts are considered to be a type of software. Just like other types of software, the person who programmed it can distribute it with license terms,...Read more »
I am the sole member in my LLC, and am planning on adding one or two more members in the near future. There is no operating agreement therefor I am going off of Indianapolis law. It says it needs to be in writing, do I need to dissolve the LLC and form it with the new partners or can I sign... Read more »
If your LLC is currently taxed as a disregarded entity (i.e., like a sole proprietorship so that you report all the tax items on your Form 1040 instead of filing a tax return for the LLC), and you add members, you will need a new EIN. The LLC will then be taxed either as a partnership (the default...Read more »
A private company financed me to purchase a farm. They put a high interest rate on it because they put up all the money and took all the risk. But the egg company I'm contracted with gave them a written guarantee that they would pay the mortgage no mater if my farm was making enough money to... Read more »
There are a few things that jump out at me from your question. The first is that you ask two things. One question is "can a seller put a high interest rate on a land contract" and the other is "is that fair...?" Those are two different questions, and the answer to one might be...Read more »
Not necessarily, but it is an area of concern. It creates a conflict of interest on the board of directors that must be handled appropriately. The conflict needs to be disclosed to the rest of the board, and the arrangement needs to be approved by the remaining disinterested directors or by a...Read more »
Searching old Indiana Code and can't find anything. Example - IC 28-13-10-1 references the above. IC 28-7-1-16(d) and IC 28-13-10-1(b) are similar except the latter states "Unless the articles of incorporation or bylaws provide otherwise...." I need to find which IC controls, if... Read more »
What does that mean? Once a bill is passesd by the General Assembly, it is called a Public Law and assigned a number. P.L. 14-1992 Sec. 163 refers to Section 163 of Public Law 14 signed by the Governor in 1992, but that's about all you can tell from the number. Public Laws are difficult to...Read more »
It will be sourced through print on demand, so I will not personally be fulfilling the orders, except at the occasional booth set up at a local fair/farmers market. The sales goal is greater than the threshold for collecting tax. It is a sole proprietorship. A trademark application will be... Read more »
The business (whether a sole proprietor, LLC, corporation, however the business is organized and operated) needs to obtain a Registered Retail Merchant's Certificate to collect and remit sales tax. You will first need a tax ID for the business. If...Read more »
A single member LLC is dissolved unless, within 90 days of the member's death, the deceased member's personal representative takes action to designate at least one new member. If an attorney was hired to handle the probate estate, talk to that attorney about it, or contact a lawyer...Read more »
A degree in law is known as a JD degree (Juris Doctor degree). In order to get a JD degree, you need to go to law school. First, you need to complete a bachelors degree, which can be in just about any area of study. Common areas of study are philosophy, political science, economics, history,...Read more »
The rv and then the clients didn't like the rv outcome told me to remove all that was done and now they say I can have criminal charges how so?They didn't like the outcome and said remove.I spent all the money given on this wrap to now I feel I need to file bankruptcy.I have no money to... Read more »
The website I would be buying is the same words just moved around. And the merchandise would potentially be clothing designed to look similar to the original brand’s clothing but not the same. Or would it be legal to offer this new and similar domain to the owner of the original for a price?
You're correct that this is a business law matter, but your post remains open for four weeks. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but you might have better chances of a response if you reposted and added Copyright and Trademark as categories. Good luck
Last year my husband signed a 2 year painting contract with a possible 2 more years of work with a retirement facility. According to my husband in the contract it states if they choose to let him go they need to give him 3 months notice. As of now we can't find the contract, but he believes... Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Anyone can bring a lawsuit. But it would be useful to have the contract beforehand. A reputable attorney would want to see the contract to determine if there was a breach, and to also make certain there...Read more »
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. In terms of hours, COVID-19 has resulted in many entities having greater leeway in reducing hours or effecting closures at their discretion. In terms of serving some entities and excluding others, that could...Read more »
We're making a show, and for the show we need art, we have a very talented artist that wants to help us but the problem is they are underage. We're wondering is it possible to use the art from the minor for commercial use if we bought it as a commission? If not, would we have to end up... Read more »
When you say "use" the art, what do you mean? You are able to resell a painting, like you could resell a book. However, buying the item does not give you rights in the copyright associated with the work.
Because a minor is involved, you need to tread carefully. Minors are not...Read more »
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