Our HOA was enforced when one individual came up and bought numerous plots and took it into effect. He only owns 3/66 plots and refuses to enlist an HOA board taking majority rule. We would like to know if there is now a was to shut down our HOA
Entered into a contract with customer to perform multiple projects. Such projects included installing sod, french drain, a concrete slab, and a sprinkler system. Upon completion of concrete slab install the homeowner and his family wanted to place their hand prints in the concrete, and was happy... Read more »
Due to the cost of materials, our builder has stated he won’t continue with the build of our home because material costs have gone up too much and his profit is declining. We have one escalation clause around framing. If our framing package goes up from quote we pay the difference. If it goes... Read more »
There is an app I have downloaded on my phone where if another person uses your promo code, both individuals will receive $5. Furthermore, if the person that used your promo code makes a deposit into the app, you get $15. To maximize the publicity of my code, I created an Instagram account that... Read more »
I reserved an Airbnb in Colorado on 5/31 for 7/1/22. I then changed the reservation on 6/3 to 7/4. I canceled this reservation on same day, 7/3. The refund policy is full refund within 48 hours after reservation. The Airbnb has refused me the refund, because they take into account only the... Read more »
I was terminated from my job in NC which is a 'work at will' state. I don't have enough proof in writing to dispute the termination but I do want to have the exit documents reviewed to make sure I'm not screwing myself. It looks like I have to sign their exit documents to get my... Read more »
Many employment lawyers will review your severance agreement and explain its terms and enforceability to you for a fee. However, we would also want to discuss your employment history with the company, your experience working there, and what led to your termination to ensure that your rights were...Read more »
Without seeing the entire contract, I could not speculate on the legality of the non-refundable clause. It will also depend on whether or not the dance studio is alleging that you breached one of their terms. I would advise sitting down with a local attorney and seeing what they think of the case...Read more »
My system is a 2G. It is out of date, and the alarm company cannot monitor it. They will not upgrade it unless I sign a new 5 year contract. I have 1 year left on the current contract. I plan to cancel it then. They won't let me cancel now without paying the amount still left for the remaining... Read more »
You did agree to pay for the entire term, but if they cannot provide the service you contracted for, they breache your contract. I am assuming you signed up for an automatic bank draft or automatic credit card payment. Depending upon how much you are paying, you may decide to just let it roll...Read more »
We have already payed the full amount for the house but we have no contract saying it is our property. The seller claims that their lawyer will take until march for any documents to be signed because the buyer has no social security number but does have an ITN number.
Real estate is required to be purchased through a written document (no oral contract). If a lawyer is involved in this transaction they should know that. Also, if you paid the full amount for the house then all that should be needed for you to have proof that you own the property is the quit claim...Read more »
In 2010 my husband moved here with his girlfriend and they signed a hand written owner financing agreement with her parents. They married in 2013. She passed in 2015 and he adopted her girls which wasn't finalized until 2016. In 2017 they drew up legal documents on the purchase and owner... Read more »
Without seeing the recorded documents, I couldn't give any opinion as to what could happen. But I suspect that they cannot void the contract, and your husband can refinance. My advice is to have a local real estate attorney look at the documents and give you a formal opinion.
Builder has provably breached contract multiple ways & attempting to now extort us by stopping work & attempting to bilk us out of money for materials purchased to FIX their negligece. They are doing so under the false pretense that this is lumber covered in the contract as "lumber... Read more »
Purchased my vehicle through Vroom and took delivery on June 11, 2021. I was told my registration could take up to 12 weeks. I am still waiting and have found out they do not even have my title in hand. They have provided me with 4 temporary tags and as of November 8th my car will be unregistered.... Read more »
You need to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles License and Theft section. A nationwide car dealer was ordered to shut down in NC recently when they did this kind of tactic. Copy and paste this link https://www.ncdot.gov/dmv/offices-services/locate-dmv-office/Pages/dmv-offices.aspx...Read more »
After 2 different reschedules, no show no call on the third reschedule. I had to track down information and I find out the owner was closing business financial problems this was on August 30. I have yet not received any paperwork from a lawyer stating he has filed bankruptcy. I went and file... Read more »
There is no time limit on filing bankruptcy. He could wait years to do it, if he ever even files. There is, however, a time limit on you filing a civil suit against him for breach of contract and fraud. If you were to sue him in the county where the work was performed you would have to file the...Read more »
I had a loan from a bank in Tifton, GA. I paid as promised until I lost my job. Even then I paid them $ 3,000 in Aug of 2013. At that time I asked for the debt to be forgiven. I NEVER heard from the bank again. No letter, no payment book as promised, if, it would not be forgiven. No registered... Read more »
You need to hire a lawyer in Georgia ASAP to handle this for you. If you do not answer, a default judgment will be entered against you, and you lose your right to plead your statute of limitation defense. Some loan contracts are signed "under seal", which gives a 10 year statute of...Read more »
I am selling my house in NC and the agent and the boss and owner planned to keep the sale and the purchase of the my house on the second day of the house being for sale an interested person went to the house tried to make an appointment they informed him that the house is no longer for sale and he... Read more »
A remainderman cannot also have a life estate. The interests merge and he would have the fee, although it occasionally may not be absolute and subject to other encumbrances or conditions. It is possible for others to have simultaneous life estates which encumber the other's fee. I suggest...Read more »
This is a hard question to understand. Do you currently have a sole proprietorship? Or will it be a new one? Nothing is required to establish a sole proprietorship. Your income is reported on Form 1040, Schedule C or C-EZ. You should be running all income through a separate bank account to...Read more »
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