They have recently retired. And are now asking for my payment. 5 years is a little silly
answered on Feb 1, 2023
Check the statute of limitations for contracts in your state, if it is past that time you do not have to pay. If it is within the time limitations, you may have a defense called laches.
Business was greatly affected by Covid and a chapter 7 filing by a customer. As a creditor the business, lost a significant amount of revenue. The tax lien notice does list the EIN for the S Corp, but only my name, is personally listed on the document. I need to know if any personal property,... Read more »
answered on Feb 16, 2023
Yes, it is possible to be personally liable, but it depends on the specific facts of your case. One method is through "piercing the corporate veil." The tax collector is generally an aggressive creditor. You should seek counsel.
He’s wanting to retain ownership but have it under his business name. What should he do? Thanks.
answered on Dec 29, 2022
The Courts generally recognize how things are legally titled. You are generally asking for trouble if you want to legally place ownership under one party's name but have a side agreement that you don't really recognize how the property is legally titled. Vehicles come with liability.... Read more »
What tax and business law will i have to follow? When would i need to start paying taxes? Do I need a permit or anything like that? Where can i find accurate info about this?
answered on Jun 11, 2022
The US Small Business Association might be a good place for you to start. The website of the Nebraska District Office of the SBA has tools to help small business owners get answers to their questions. For example, it looks like there is a seminar today in Lincoln, Nebraska about What's... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2021
You can pursue the liable party, if they can be found. Another option may be to make a claim on your insurance. You would want to review your insurance policies to see what coverage may be available.
answered on Jan 25, 2021
If you hope to benefit off of the potential intellectual property of another, you may be opening the door to legal action. Whereas using the name "Southwest" when referring to a chocolate company might not give you an issue, referring to a new airline and using the term... Read more »
I want to sell a 30 minute class for 10$
answered on Oct 27, 2020
Your question is very vague. There is probably a lot of things that you need to do to follow the legal requirements. This could include whether operating your business violates any local zoning ordinances against running a business in a residential area. This could include setting up a legal... Read more »
He lunged at me and started to swing the machete in a menacing manner while saying “I’m going to kill you.” If I understand the NEBRASKA laws correctly this is the crime of a terroristic threat and additionally, very likely a hate crime. What procedure should I follow in regards to this incident?
answered on Jan 6, 2020
Terrorist threats is a crime. You can call the non-emergency law enforcement phone number and request to make a report. It would then be up to the county attorney whether to file criminal charges based on that report or not.
If you are in fear that this person may come after you, can may... Read more »
i have a signed contract to paint my house w/$2850 down in 11/28/18 in 7/29/19 in the witness of a police officer he refused to even"Start"
answered on Nov 18, 2019
If you have been defrauded by a contractor, you should contact the non-emergency law enforcement phone number and file a police report and/or contact the county attorney's office to report the crime. They will likely want supporting documentation of the fraud, so you will want to provide a... Read more »
...if they have a valid form of payment even though the room was reserved by someone else for that date several months earlier?
answered on Aug 21, 2019
A standard hotel doesn't generally need to evict. When the reservation ends, their license to reside in the hotel also ends. How a hotel handles when a person wishes to continue their stay and another person has booked a reservation for the same room isn't likely an eviction question... Read more »
How has the court applied the phrase "causes the sale of, or offers or attempts to sell new or used motor vehicles?"
answered on Aug 8, 2019
Nebraska revised statute 60-1406 currently only has 13 subparts (Neb. Rev. Stat. Sect. 60-1406(13) is currently the last subpart. There may have been other sections up to 26 in a previous version of the statute.
In order to find cases that cite a particular statute, there are a number of... Read more »
I called and ask to speak to finance and the guy that sold me the car said he is finance. I understand that most have in house finance but is it legal to have a different business name associated with the same address as the dealership? They literally claim they are calling the finance company... Read more »
answered on Jun 10, 2019
It is possible for a parent company to own both a car dealership and a financing company.
Unless the contract has a return policy, you can't generally return a used car after purchasing due to changing mind. If you can reach an agreement with the seller to allow the return, great.... Read more »
There was three companies involved. All under umbrella of a fortune 500 company. I believed I was wrongfully let go. How long do I have to pursue or file a suit? Is there an attorney that I can speak with over the phone to see if this is worth pursuing?
answered on May 13, 2011
To form an LLC in Nebraska under the New Nebraska Limited Liability Company Act, the company must draft and file with the Secretary of State a Certificate of Organization which must include all of the relevant provisions identified in the Act. The company must then publish notice for four weeks... Read more »
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