answered on Sep 4, 2022
A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Until you're able to discuss recent case law decisions from Kansas courts with a local attorney, it sounds like it could be a difficult basis for a case. With adhesives and sealants, it's a given that they... Read more »
Our HOA was administratively dissolved in 2009. We bought our home in 2020. The HOA has yet to reinstate their conpany and are trying to collect dues from us.
answered on Jul 24, 2022
A short answer is "no and yes."
Here's a longer answer: Any corporation in Kansas, including a nonprofit corporation, will generally lose their ability to engage in the purpose for which they were formed once they have been administratively dissolved. That's the... Read more »
answered on Dec 6, 2021
Persons who are under the age of eighteen are not empowered by law to make their own agreements or obligations. The rule, generally speaking, is for the benefit of the minor, so that the minor is not committed to some obligation not in her or his benefit.
Before you turn eighteen, your... Read more »
I am working on a project with an amazing woman. Making an app to help pregnant women with lactation questions, and problems. We are doing a lot of scientific data research just curious what the laws are for using their research in the app. What if it needs to be rewritten so that the normal human... Read more »
answered on Sep 8, 2020
The question could refer to statistical data, general theories supported by the data, or to copyrighted material. The answer may depend upon the information being used and the nature of the use being made. If the use is to cite general concepts, proper attribution may be sufficient. If the use is... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2020
Something is missing from your question. It may have inadvertently gotten left off when uploading. You could try posting again. Good luck
I'm creating a software product to launch into the mass market, and I currently have a few people helping out with artwork for UI design and other digital assets. I've mentioned to them that I'd purchase all the assets they've produced in bulk after the final... Read more »
answered on Apr 27, 2020
Hopefully your project won't end in litigation. However, because there is a lot at stake, it would be good to work with local business counsel familiar with intellectual property issues before you proceed any further. It is important to remember that if you do not have a writing in place... Read more »
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... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2019
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,... Read more »
I do contract computer programming and (since 2018) do this as a single member LLC. I am careful to do business only as the LLC.
When I renewed my E&O insurance last year I switched to the name of the LLC. Late in the process I asked if this would also cover me personally, in the event... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2019
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.... Read more »
What information do I need to include in my bid ?
answered on Jul 3, 2019
Unless you enjoy making costly mistakes you should consult with a business lawyer before drafting a construction contract. Why? Because all reputable contractors have done this for a living; and because the contracts they use are written by their lawyers; and because unless you use a lawyer you... Read more »
The lawsuit would be more than 5,000. Or maybe some kind of lien on the house so he doesn't sell it before he pays me.
answered on Jun 25, 2019
If work is done as a subcontractor on residential real estate, there is a process provided for by statute to file a mechanic's lien on the property. For improvements to existing residential property, the statute is K.S.A. 60-1103A (for new residential property K.S.A. 60-1103B). The filing of a... Read more »
answered on Jun 4, 2019
A limited liability company (LLC) in Kansas may have a structure as determined by the operating agreement. LLC's were created simplify governance as compared to regular corporations. The organizers/members of an LLC have broad discretion to define the control strucure. A single member LLC... Read more »
answered on Aug 9, 2018
If a limited liability company is properly formed, operated, and capitalized, a judgment against the LLC would not normally be enforceable against the individual members of the LLC. You should consult with legal counsel to determine whether the company has been properly formed, operated, and... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2017
If you directly own an interest in the building (your name is on the deed), there is a process called partition in which you file a lawsuit asking the judge to “partition” the property. If it is not possible to “partition” the property into seaprate, discrete parts, as would likely be the... Read more »
I am starting an online business through Digital Altitude. I have to purchase the next level of the "pyramid" to make any money. There are lots of testimonials saying how amazing they are but I am still not sure. They have asked me to take out a $50,000 line of credit, through Oak Tree... Read more »
answered on Jun 27, 2017
You should proceed with caution and take no action without the advice of counsel. Your understood one set of circumstances to justify your initial involvement or investment. Now you are being asked to borrow money to "purchase" the next level. You have characterized the arrangement as a... Read more »
I have a picture of a yard that i maintained for a mowing company. I now have my own mowing company and mow for myself. Can i use that same picture of my work for that company and put it on my website
answered on Apr 27, 2017
Who took the picture? When was it taken. If you did not take the picture than you can not use it without permission. If you did take the picture, but took it as an employee of the other company, they likely also have the rights to the picture as "employee work product."
You... Read more »
My husband merged his company with another. They had differences and now the other company is saying he can't work on a job over $10,000 also saying he can't volunteer his time either. The other company is constantly driving by our home and where my husband is offering a helping hand... Read more »
answered on Apr 12, 2016
You should have a local attorney review the situation. The legality and enforceability of a non-compete agreement depend on various factors. A local attorney will need to review the specific contract about which you are asking and give you an opinion.
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