Evicted and served a no trespass for smoking outside a motel. Front desk clerk stated she observed my spouse on camera smoking outside the motel.
Several ash trays filled with extinguished cigarettes. No smoking signs are not posted anywhere on the property. Other guests smoking outside... Read more »
answered on Mar 24, 2023
Probably not based on the facts stated in your question.
Bought a used car and 3rd party warranty from dealership. 2 days later engine seized. Warranty company denied claim due to dealership not being able to provide pre inspection report to cover claim. Out over $13,000.
Basically my old boss owes me decent amount of money. He has no intention of paying it. I don’t want to have to go through the legal process.
If I were to sit down with him and basically tell him
“So you owe xxxx. You know you do. I know you do. I don’t want to have to make... Read more »
answered on Mar 22, 2023
Threatening to take someone to court if they do not pay a legitimate debt is legal.
Threatening someone with violence if they do not pay a debt is NOT legal.
I got a title loan so I could go to my daughters wedding when I got back the person had sold my car and it’s no longer at my place
I got a loan from someone so I could go to my daughters wedding in Montana when I came back the car is gone and they have sold it what are my options
I received 260 and gave a bill of sale we were going to meet after last payment to transfer title. Have not been able to contact them since.
I would like to make sure we are both covered legally. Is there a form for this?
The Original was also lost by the Seller, is the contract still enforceable, if we're having a dispute?
The original was signed by Buyer only (Promissory Note, not Note); and the Amendment to the Promissory Note was signed by both the Buyer and Seller.
Enforceable? Any rules... Read more »
answered on Nov 14, 2022
The buyer is the one that has to sign as the notemaker. The amendment is probably an agreed modification between the maker and the holder. It should be enforceable unless you have busted the SOL.
-upon employment was told to relocate fro Miami to Seattle
-sold home, took kids out of school, moved to Seattle
-boss made my life impossible. Possible b/c of my age (over 50). Got a negative annual performance review (first step before termination)
-ended up getting a... Read more »
answered on Sep 14, 2022
First, you can always attempt to negotiate a solution. You may consider offering a refund representing 11/24 of the relocation assistance amount with a deduction for the perceived age discrimination.
Second, it is impossible to tell you what legal options you may have under the relocation... Read more »
All of us partners live abroad, not in the US and none of us has green card or citizenship. What do we need to register and start the business and what tax policies are we facing in WA state as non residents?
Thanks for any help!
answered on Nov 13, 2021
There are a few business visas you may qualify for. It sounds like investor visa's may be the avenue best suited for you. An investor visa requires a substantial investment provided you are from a treaty country . It would be wise to make your first investment into the retaining of an... Read more »
I received a termination email saying I executed confidentiality and invention assignment agreement from amazon.
What does this even mean? All I do is work and come home so I'm not this makes sense to me
answered on Oct 1, 2020
Termination Email sounds like termination from employment from Amazon. If you work or worked for Amazon then their terms of employment likely required you to retain in confidence and to assign any inventions you created to Amazon.
I am a COVID bride and was originally going to get married on May 15 at our venue. Our venue refused to refund us, despite there being emergency proclamations. We agreed over email to reschedule to next year at the venue (but we got hitched in a small ceremony on our original date at home). Now,... Read more »
answered on Oct 9, 2020
A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It could depend on the terms of the contract, and whether it contains restrictions on assignability. In terms of textbook law, what you describe is considered an assignment of a contract. You want someone else... Read more »
answered on Sep 28, 2020
A Washington attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for four weeks. Although your question is straightforward and concise, these matters are not always simple. They could sometimes hinge on whether there was a defect, were representations of any kind made, inspections,... Read more »
answered on Aug 2, 2020
A Washington attorney could advise best but your question remains open for two weeks. Although you posted this under personal injury, it could be a more complex and fact-intensive setting than generic auto accident or slip and fall personal injury cases. If you contact an attorney, one of the first... Read more »
My business partner and I were to buy a real estate property in seattle. we have a detailed contract between us. However, he has formed a team with 3 other people and is now buying that property. I would like to send a letter to the bank, my partner and the seller that my partner is violating the... Read more »
answered on Jun 17, 2020
You need to speak with a local attorney that can analyze your situation and provide you with legal advice. When you meet with an attorney, you would need to have with you all documents executed between you and your partner. Did you form a partnership? a limited liability company? a joint venture?... Read more »
if you call a company and they are in a 2 party state and you tell them you do not want the call to be recorded, and they say then we cannot continue with the call . is this legal? and what are we supposed to do next? we have a account business with them. if something comes up and its urgent or... Read more »
answered on Apr 10, 2020
Rather than just give you a short curt answer with no explanation, let's try to reason this situation out, OK?
In case you have not noticed, nearly every business on planet earth is recording every conversation had with every customer, about everything talked about, every day, all... Read more »
I’m leaving my current company who relocated me to Seattle. Like many of my coworkers we signed a contract for relocation money. Some people have quit or been terminated and haven’t been pursued for the money but they are coming after me. Can the company pick and choose who they go after?
answered on Dec 13, 2019
Generally speaking, yes they can. You may want to consider reaching out to an employment law attorney in your state for a consultation.
The petitioner was a secondary insured for Respondent. Petitioner totaled his car and submitted a claim to Safeco, he died 10 days later of a heart attack, not related to the accident. Safeco wrote the insurance check out to Respondent and Petitioner. I asked the insurance to write the check in my... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2019
Looks like you have to open an estate. If the decedent died because of his injuries there is a claim and you would want to speak with a member of the State of Washington Assn for Justice in the county where it happened--they give free consults.
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answered on Sep 3, 2019
I suggest you see if a law librarian at one of DC's law libraries can help you. There isn't enough information there to figure out if it is a case that is being reported or what.
you may have in mind the following which isn't a suit by Sanders but by a group of supporters:... Read more »
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