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1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Securities Law and Stockbroker Fraud for New Jersey on
Q: Can an execution-only company operate without a broker license? Handling the execution of copying securities trades
Leonard R. Boyer
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answered on Jun 23, 2021

There is no legal trading of any securities without a valid license for the appropriate security. If you do not have the right license for example to trade futures, and you do, then you have a serious problem. Don't do it!

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Stockbroker Fraud and Landlord - Tenant for New Jersey on
Q: Realtor told us prepoperty was part of rehab program funded by town , it was false, is that misrepresentation?

Saw a commerical space we were interested in veiwing. Met with the landlord realtor who stated that the property was part of a rehab program where they help promote and more then 3k registriants are forced to shop at all these businesses etc etc. She said " when you sign the lease I will refer... View More

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Q: What are the exceptions behind the student loan bankruptcy discharge exemption?
Leonard R. Boyer
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answered on Jul 8, 2017

You would have to "Google" that. You literally have to have one foot in the grave and one foot slipping into the grave to discharge even a portion of student loans in Bankruptcy. But if it is a private student loan and involves a fraudulent school it is a different situation.

1 Answer | Asked in Foreclosure, Real Estate Law and Stockbroker Fraud for New Jersey on
Q: 3 offers in on a home - now hear none have been put to the bank buy seller's agent. No offers accepted prior.

Property is 3rd party approval and agent is claiming bank's online system doesn't allow more than 1 offer to be viewed at a time. We (and our agent) thought all offers has been put forward. What recourse do we have? We are now above asking price.

NJ, Real estate, 3rd party approval

Derek John Soltis
Derek John Soltis
answered on Mar 26, 2017

You really need to speak with an attorney. You have too many moving parts in what appears to be a short sale to get useful advice that would apply to your specific situation from a free advice website. When do you need to close by? What is the bank telling you? Are you scheduled for a sheriff sale?

2 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Stockbroker Fraud for New Jersey on
Q: while divorcing from bed & board to be defrauded by quit deed conveyance while ousted marital home sold violates MSA ?

During div. From bed & board attempting amicability for kids only to be subjected to harrasment,false accusations,fraud,non disclosure funds,etc. to keep me away allowing fraudulant quit claim conveyance never signed,etc., shortly after marital home jointly mortgaged sold. MSA stated clearly... View More

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answered on Jan 2, 2017

No attorney here is going to second guess your current attorney. You need to trust your attorney and direct all your questions to the attorney. If you cannot work out your differences, after making a serious effort to do so, you do have the right to change attorneys. To properly answer your... View More

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Q: A broker that wants to sell my house offer me a kickback out of his commission. Its legal? The House is in New Jersey
Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki
answered on Aug 4, 2015

In many states, no, but check with a local lawyer to see for your state.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for...
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