have a signed Real estate purchase & agreement contract signed by the seller since Oct.6th, it was supposed to close by Nov.14th, but the buyer wanted to wait until after Thanksgiving, and now the seller doesn't want to honor agreement, because he says contract has expired, so I wanted to... View More
Paid this app that's connected to my distributor to give my song 500 plays to get notice more, 500 plays in 7 days, after few days only couple plays asked them what was wrong, they said, were updating our systems and you get a boost now.
If you paid for a service from an app that was supposed to increase plays for your music, and they failed to deliver as agreed, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. This situation could potentially be viewed as a breach of contract if the app did not fulfill the terms of the agreement you entered...View More
became abusive and sexist. Only my name is on the purchase & agreement contract. I never signed anything with him,now he's threatening me saying he's going to file a lawsuit on me, can he do that? But, I live in California, so I'm virtual wholesaling .If, that makes a difference?... View More
Based on the details provided, it is unlikely the joint venture partner you had a verbal agreement with has grounds to sue you for breach of contract or threaten legal action since nothing was formalized in writing:
First, without a written agreement signed by both parties formally...View More
Father may go to set up place out of state and wants child taken care of while he makes sure about living arrangements and work. Childs mom is only allowed supervised visits if father agrees 1×/week. Mother is not a child in an adults body. We want to make sure that the mom cannot take custody of... View More
What you are describing can either be accomplished through a delegation of parental authority (power of attorney) or through limited guardianship. A limited guardianship will take longer and will cost more, but offers Court oversight and protection if mom were to become an issue. A delegation of...View More
I have my warranty deed, as well as the warranty deed of the woman I purchased my home from before Matthew and I were even married. In our divorce it states we have no claim to any belongings or property of the other. Also in decree, this will come up later, I had my last name legally changed back... View More
A forged deed is not valid. You can file suit to challenge the forged deed and regain possession of your property. The notary may also have liability, and the notary probably posted a bond in the amount of $10,000 from which you might recover. You should consult with an attorney because the...View More
Losing my home? I had a default judgment rolled against me on July 7 and attempted to file a motion to dismiss on July 13. The court clerk refused to accept my dismissal, claiming that I did not have the 21 days I was told I only had seven. This directly led to me now losing my home. What can I do... View More
You need a lawyer; and you likely needed a lawyer months ago.
As happens when people try to represent themselves, you are unaware of the proper procedures and court rules. Filing whatever you think is proper whenever you think it should be filed is not how this works.
Hello everyone. I worked at and purchased a solar panel system from a solar installer in Michigan. There is a panel that is not functioning and I have had no help from the installation company for literally 87days. The battery was to be installed in 2022 when available. The battery is still not... View More
You will need to sue the solar installer for breach of contract. In most instances, the finance company is not responsible for the solar system not working. All it did was provide money pursuant to a loan. The company that sold you the system, and the manufacturer of the system, are legally...View More
The new owner said the deposit didn’t count for the rental because it wasn’t paid to her. She made us pay $700 more for the rental. Can she do this? Shouldn’t the sale of the house include deposits to the former owner? We have a contract with the deposit on it that is signed by the former owner.
you have a claim against the former owner, but not against the present owner, unless the present owner assumed liability for outstanding deposits. I would first contact the former owner and demand a refund.
My cousin recently left a continuing care facility that filed chapter 11 two weeks later. Per her contract she gave 60 days notice but moved out in 20. Is she obligated to pay for the remaining 40 days since she probably wont be getting the 90% of her entrance fee back that was promised in her... View More
A bankruptcy alone does not void a contract. Chapter 11 is a business reorganization. Essentially someone - a trustee - takes over the business, managing its assets and liabilities. Largely, that process does not affect you the consumer.
Think about it: you have likely bought products or...View More
We are going on a 5 day trip to Jamaica. My sister in law invited us as tag a longs via HER church. We paid for the air fare on our own. However, the church secured block rooms price. We paid that directly to Liberty Travel agency. We paid for travel and flight insurance directly to the travel... View More
If the dinner is optional - and I can't think of anyway they could make it mandatory even if they wanted to - then I think you have a choice to make: either go to the dinner and have a conversation about pictures before or during the dinner, or don't go to the dinner.
I have got into a problem I’m 15 and I had a sweet 15 and hired a choreographer that went to my school who is like a year older then me and we both agreed to pay him 250 but I had to cancel the whole dance because I sprained my foot and couldn’t dance and we barely had like five practices and I... View More
You can be sued for anything, really. But based on your summary I wouldn't worry about getting sued. The plaintiff in any lawsuit is required to prove damages. I doubt this LLC has been harmed by what you've done, as explained. (I probably wouldn't have admitted to forwarding these...View More
Depends on what you mean by "signing over rights". Typically the only thing that's signed between unwed parents is an Acknowledgement of Paternity (AOP). If your son signed such a document, he is acknowledging paternity - that's it. By default, the mother has custody, and no...View More
I was involved with a man who was in the process of divorcing his wife (Have Court Docket). We've known each over 20 years and became personally involved for about a year. Within 20-25 days of receiving a handwritten note of love and devotion, he abruptly returned to his marriage... View More
The first problem is that the state of Michigan abolished the cause of action for breach of promise to marry. The second problem is that the other contracting party is married. I expect that the court would find that his contract to marry someone when he was already married is against public...View More
The Michigan statutes on decisions to be made regarding the body of a dead person use the term "next of kin" to refer to the class of persons who can make such decisions. As the widow, you would be the "next of kin". Therefore, you would be a person with authority to make...View More
I bought my house 2/2020 and put it up for sale 10/2020 not knowing this was not allowed as I have a RD loan- I used a Realtor and she wrote a bad land contract for the sale. The buyer does not pay as agreed and I want to do a forfeiture but don't trust myself to try alone and really... View More
The real estate agent and their broker may be responsible for writing a legal document as non -attorneys. With regards to your land contract being called due, lenders and banks usually have provisions in their mortgage that call a note due upon the conveyance of title. The issue is whether or not,...View More
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