As a general matter, dealerships don't usually care which customer gets a warranty as a personal matter. However, they can choose in the sense of someone getting a warranty and a subsequent buyer of the vehicle attempting to enforce it. That would depend on whether the warranty was transferrable or...Read more »
If it's legal in Canada you may, but it depends very likely on if it's consumer goods or trade goods. How would you have "exchanges" if you don't accept returns? If it's your business, it's worth having a qualified Canadian attorney who handles commercial shipping issues take a look at it.
I am having a difficult time finding a lawyer for this issue. I began playing at the new Rosie's locations since they opened in May, I started playing there when they launched a Giveaway for cash prizes and a car with a cash option if I did not want the car. I played their locations and accumulated... Read more »
I NEVER PAID THE SALES TAX ON IT, I CANT AFFORD THE TAXES,$1800, IT WAS NEVER TITLED IN MY NAME, IVE BEEN DRIVING AROUND WITH MY OLD PLATES FOR 6 MONTHS, AND IM 3 MONTHS BEHIND IN THE PAYMENTS. I NEVER SHOULD HAVE PURCHASED THE CAR, ITS ALMOST $ 400 A MONTH, AND MY HOURS AT WORK HAVE BEEN CUT. CAN... Read more »
I didn't receive any online paystubs for my direct deposit the entire time my employer used this online payroll company . He switched companies and got a new computer , him and his friend that switched out computers , put up a bunch of security cameras all over the resteraunt. I find this strange... Read more »
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 but a hotel...Read more »
You'll have to review the bylaws and/or the shareholder agreement for any clauses of what would happen if a shareholder dies. If the bylaws and/or shareholder agreement are silent on the issue, then California law applies, which is complex. You should contact an attorney near you for advice.
My son signed a non-compete agreement with a friend that has a mobile car detailing business. The friend did not provide for him so he started his own mobile car business. Now the friend is suing for non-compete. We live in Oklahoma. My son has not solicited any existing customers but has... Read more »
Oklahoma Courts look unfavorably at non-compete agreements, and certain types of these agreements are unenforceable. That being said, it's not absolute. Your son needs to contact an attorney immediately. If he has been sued, he may need to respond to the lawsuit or risk a default judgment being...Read more »
in probate, will they simply give away her shares of stock? or will they also valuate the company and demand a payment be made to the new shareholder? he is not a director, manager or majority shareholder in the company.
If valued over $150,000, the share ownership will likely be probated and the shares will likely be distributed to the intestate heirs. You should retain competent counsel to review your situation, including any agreements between the shareholders regarding death of a shareholder.
Father and two siblings put farm into LLC (split 50/25/25). One of the siblings is going to nursing home and selling their membership units (25%). An agreed price has been established for units. Should the LLC buy the seller's units and then sell them to me? OR Should I buy into the LLC first? What... Read more »
You need to hire a professional. There's a few things in your question that are not correct in regards to how an LLC functions. You're going to need more detailed advice than should be given through this forum.
I have possession of the trailer. Owner paid part of the bill but has not made any contact for over 9 months. The Horse trailer is registered in Oklahoma but owner lives in Kansas. Was told can't do Mechanic Lien since I an a welding shop, not a mechanic. I don't know if a Quiet Title fits what I... Read more »
Kansas staute 58-201 reads as follows: Liens for materials and services; filing statements with register of deeds, contents. Whenever any person, at or with the owner's request or consent shall perform work, make repairs or improvements or replace, add or install equipment on any goods, personal...Read more »
Your question is about the extent of coverage of an E&O insurance policy. The extent of the coverage would be affected by the specific terms of the insurance policy. Rather than rely upon a blanket statement, you may want to have an attorney review your specific policy to answer the question. As...Read more »
Contracts with local clients- established. Investor wanted to deposit “monies” from unknown sources into business account. I am a Lease holder and investor has put myself and the employees out. Investor has made slanderous comments to members of the business community. I have lost all wages,... Read more »
I am from the UK and looking to setup a US business. I've decided that taxation as a C-Corp is best as I am looking to build capital and retain profits in the company so a pass-through entity is not ideal. I understand that as a C-Corp, things are more formal and decisions require minuted... Read more »
For tax there is no difference. For state business compliance issues a Corporation has slightly more things that have to be done to maintain the corporate veil. Annual meetings are required where an LLC can waive them you have to set a par value for shares and report the number of shares issued...Read more »
so you walk into a Subway in the sign on the glass usually states, make it what you want. Well if you try to order a wrap let's triple or quadruple me, they claim that corporate policies do not let you. Wouldn't that be considered false advertisement because now I'm not getting to be able to make... Read more »
With those types of statements, the underlying premise is that the customer's wishes would be fulfilled, within a standard of reasonableness, not necessarily in a literal sense; or in this case, within the reasonable guidelines of their corporate policies. You could consult with an attorney to ask...Read more »
I'm very sorry for your loss. Your question was probably overlooked all this time because it wasn't in the Probate or Estate Planning categories, where an attorney knowledgeable about wills might have seen it. 'Sorry for this inconvenience, but you could repost and include those categories, or you...Read more »
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