I was just curious how an entity such as the entity known as Microsoft Corporation could legally own, operate and work for a business within the U.S. if it has no human rights. No birth rights, no work visa, no citizenship
You can get sued for breach of contract. The only times I've seen people criminally charged is when there was some associated fraud, such as using a fake name, providing false information on the loan agreement, or obviously fraud related to obtaining the loan.
It sounds like he no longer wants it. You might be able to pursue the matter in small claims, depending on the cost of the tub. A less costly and less stressful option might be to confirm with the would-be buyer that he is not interested in it and resuming your efforts to find another buyer. Good...View More
It could depend on the amount of the check, who the person/entity making payment is, and what type of matter it is. If you're asking from the standpoint of a payment on an insurance claim, it could be as quickly as several days if the release is approved, there are no liens, and no other...View More
The uncle must have had a power of attorney. Before a testatrix such as your grandmother dies, her will is of no effect. So, as the person nominated as the executor in the will, the uncle would have had no power to convey any property. If, on the other hand, your grandmother also gave him a POA,...View More
My significant other's car was impounded 40+ days ago. The initial impound fee was 450 dollars, and by the time he was out of jail, it was already over 1000. He incurred various health problems due to a medication side effect, leaving us with little money to retrieve the vehicle between court... View More
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