This is not a legal question. Moreover, while lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe (no one can foretell the future) and unable to opine on your current...Read more »
The mentioned above vehicle was in mentioned junkyard for two years law enforcement came and removed vehicle from license junkyard without any payment towing fee or storage fees of said two years that vehicle was stored at license junkyard
If you are the owner of the junkyard and are hoping to recover some or all the two years of storage fees you can try (1) suing the owner of the vehicle or (2) try suing the city or county law enforcement agency that came and took the car.
You might find it easier to collect from the city...Read more »
If you are trying to avoid Florida's statutes outlawing usury by calling an exorbitant amount of interest a "loan fee" or a "service fee" or a "service charge" you are advised to stop. Unless you like to be charged with a crime.
A judgment was filed against me in 2014. I was unemployed and could not pay the credit card. I am now living only on Social Security. The original card owner was my husband but I used the card. The court documents show his social security number as mine. When I tried to call the collection agency... Read more »
You DO need to file an exemption, despite a wrong SSN being listed. You are not required to have an attorney, but it's best that you have one, and you may be able to get a pro bono attorney by contacting your local agency that provides free legal services for the poor. You appear to be in Ocala,...Read more »
I sold small lawn business last month. Customers are calling me and complaining about how unhappy they are with the new owner. I want to stay within the law - do I have to buy back the accounts I sold if customers fire new owner? Customers have tried reaching out to new owner and he does not... Read more »
if you are thinking of void the agreement and you have received payment, the oral agreement could be enforced, Unfortunately legally, the situation is out of your hand right now. All you can do is to pursuade another company to receive them.
It depends on what you mean by "invested" in a patent. You mean you have a license to use? If you do, and the patent was acquired by Pharma Holdings, then you should call pharma holding for documents proving their ownership of the patent and act accordingly.
I am orginally from the UK and had this business idea for over two years now I see alot of people online doing this method illegally (well in the UK you need a license to do this). I want to start a business to host these methods legally the business may come under gambling as it would be a hosting... Read more »
You can put just about anything you want in a contract that is not illegal activity, though there are some clauses that a court may deem to be unenforceable in court for various reasons. The clause you mention is probably enforceable, at least for a reasonable period of time. (A court might not...Read more »
We recently hired a CPA to get us caught up on back taxes for our small business. The only form that we signed was to allow him to order our tax transcripts. Later, we sent our bank statements. He said that our book keeper would cost us about $5-6000. Now, we have received a bill for $11,000. The... Read more »
You have the right to review all your CPA's bookkeeping documents, time records and other documentary information supporting all the CPA's billings. However, rather than make it look like you are considering going to war over the entire $11,000 you should first willingly pay at least $5,000 of the...Read more »
We just opened a Florida LLC consisting of two partners. No agreements or any LLC documents were created yet. The LLC has no assets and did not file any returns. There was an incident at the location where we provide services at and our LLC is named in the liability lawsuit. We receive conflicting... Read more »
Hi, I am trying to start a touring company in Jamaica with my brother. He will be responsible for hiring and securing proper licensing and management of drivers in Jamaica, (already hired one) and I will be in Florida, running the business, banking and marketing end. What would be the best way to... Read more »
You really will need to get hold of a Florida Business Attorney. The LLC would have to be registered with the Florida Department of State for starters. Then you would need to look into all the details related to the property, insurance (is there a problem once it is transferred into an LLC),...Read more »
I know FL Stat. 608.406 1(a) states, "The world 'limited' may be abbreviated as "ltd." but I am not sure if that means as part of writing out Limited Liability Company, or if it can be used as the designation completely. Thanks
The Revised Florida Limited Liability Act is found in Florida Statutes Chapter 605. Section 605.0112 of the Act provides that the name of a Florida limited liability company must contain the words “limited liability company” or the abbreviation “L.L.C.” or “LLC.” The abbreviation "Ltd"...Read more »
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