Would this be done using the Articles of Amendment on the Secretary of State website? If so, would it be added in the Additional Amendment Info area and what wording should be used?
answered on Feb 17, 2023
It's very unlikely that you need to file anything with the state to add new directors. It is likely that your 501(c)(3)'s bylaws contain a provision that sets out the minimum and maximum numbers of directors and how the directors are chosen. To add new directors, your most likely course... Read more »
Travelocity sold the vacation to me in spring 2021, and told me I was covered from any pandemic related issue but I didn't read the fine print and now AIG will not reimburse me and Travelocity only offered credits I cannot use.
answered on Jan 31, 2023
"I was told". "I didn't read the fine print".
These are the 2 biggest errors people make when they enter into any contract. The only thing that matters in a contract is what is on paper, not what you were told. Not reading the contract, including the fine print, is... Read more »
I went to rent a uhaul and was refused service because I came in with a person who drove a uhaul for someone else who was associated to someone in debt with uhaul. So I left and came back with my mother. In which they refused service to because she is associated with me. The whole time they... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2021
You can’t be held responsible for the debt but they are within their rights to refuse service to anyone.
Suppose you own a graphics design company, BIG Designs, that designs and installs advertisements and billboards. Back in January 2020, you were very excited to sign a $10,000 contract with the city to publicize a series of concerts in the parks. The ads and billboards would be installed in March to... Read more »
answered on Oct 15, 2020
Did the contract have a clause excusing performance (payment) by the city if certain events occurred such as Acts of God? See counsel for an analysis of the terms of the contract which may excuse the city or which my require them to pay regardless of a particular event.
My employer makes money through business partnerships and monetizing articles. I want to start a side business using the same monetization methods, but my business would serve a different industry (Ex. - Employer serves the real estate sector- My business would serve the the fashion & beauty... Read more »
answered on Feb 18, 2020
Your question might not easily lend itself to a simple "yes" or "no" answer. It's possible two different attorneys could argue two different sides of the coin here, where one points out that your areas of concentration are different. Another could say that the basic pursuit... Read more »
She says no refunds. Alternatively she has offered to notify me of future scheduled sessions. They’re few and far between.
answered on Dec 8, 2019
It could depend on the terms of the underlying agreement between you and the photographer, in particular, what is said about the deposit. If that point is not addressed, it could be open to debate. Good luck
Do I have any options? I lost access to bank account and apartment! This was sudden and unexpected!
answered on Sep 16, 2019
I'm sorry for your loss. A probate attorney would be in the best position to assess the situation. You could contact one of the attorneys on this site, contact an attorney on your own, or repost with the categories Probate/Estate Planning added. Good luck
Husband owns company I may have signed Corporation papers I do not know it was over 20 years ago
answered on Sep 8, 2019
I hope you will understand that there is no way any attorney in this forum can answer your question without reviewing the papers that you signed along with a lot of other things. Chances are, however, that a lot of claims against you and/or the corporation have expired due to the statute of... Read more »
Tax code that pertains to retailers given senior citizens 85 years and older a 1% sales exclusion from purchasing tangible personal sales for his own personal use. Code 12 - 36 - 2646 pertains to retailers responsibilities. A store like Walmart in West Columbia 2401 Augusta Rd 29169 Phone... Read more »
answered on Jul 15, 2019
Nice work. Sounds like you may be getting Walmart's attention soon.
Regarding you lamentation about the difficulty of enforcement, you are correct: Unless the elderly are informed about this benefit they cannot avail themselves of it. One way to inform them is by class action... Read more »
Basically I was trying to sell my used computer and I posted it on various apps and online marketplaces and I forgot to take it down on one of them after I sold it. I just want to know if those initial listing are considered contractual offers or are they viewed more as invitations to offer or... Read more »
answered on Jul 1, 2019
FYI, the law is not designed to solve every little problem that comes your way during this lifetime; the Latin phrase for this rule is "De minimus non curat lex." In this case the amount of money involved is way too small to be of interest to most lawyers; and you are advised not to worry... Read more »
Can I legally ask for payment of order upon completion of the client's custom order if the time of payment was not discussed in contract?
answered on Jun 25, 2019
Yes; and you do not have to give them whatever it is until you are paid.
Hvac works in heat and ac but drain intermittently stops heat from working. Offered to pay for remedy by another company but was refused.
answered on May 3, 2019
You could try reposting your question in the Landlord-Tenant section, since it hasn't been picked up in four weeks. You are correct in that it involves a contractual/business law matter, but you are speaking of remedies of a company that may have arisen under a lease. What you describe sounds... Read more »
I work in the accounting departing. My duties include payroll, accounts payable, paying taxes. The corporation I work for is not in any tax debt right now. Due to some changes with the bank I may need to be added as an authorized signer to move money around the company accounts, Payroll, payable... Read more »
answered on Apr 4, 2019
Although it is impossible to predict what your future has in store for you, it is safe to say that merely being the bookkeeper and having signing authority on the company account--in and of itself--is not enough to tag you for some possible taxes due in the future. However, it is just as safe to... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2018
There is a resource that outlines free speech in the realm of public employment. It covers this and other issues related to First Amendment rights: Free Speech Guide for Public Employers, Deskbook Encyclopedia of Public Employment Law & Copyright © 2018 by the Center for Education &... Read more »
We are going round & round with a current vendor and they sent us over a signed agreement/payment terms from 8 years ago that someone agreed to way before myself or my Controller started here. Trying to figure out how long these are valid?
answered on May 7, 2018
If you actually received the goods, then the app/credit terms is a contract valid until paid or until the statute of limitations in your state expires. If you did not receive the goods per the app/credit terms, then there is no contract and no monies are due.
answered on Apr 30, 2018
Yes, with your EAD you can work for an employer or you can start your own business.
answered on Feb 20, 2018
South Carolina has never allowed drive-through alcohol sales and it would take a change in the ABC Regulations to accomplish this. It is not believed that there is a chance such a rule would pass as the Mothers Against Drunk Drivers would come out in force to stop what they believe would encourage... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2018
With less than 4 employees in South Carolina, you are not legally required to have workers' compensation insurance. However, as a sub-contractor, the general contractor on jobs you are contracted to do might require you to carry workers' comp coverage. Also, you might want to consider... Read more »
I own a restaurant business in this place since 2006. My current lease is ending on December 31, 2017. I reached out to the landlord for a new extension in June, and he agreed. But there is an unresolved issue on the new extension agreement cause the delay on making this extension effective. I kept... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2017
Seek out a local attorney to review your current lease and advise you of your options. Your lease terms will generally control in extension disputes provided it complies with statutes and common law requirements.
A consultation of this nature should not take all that long or be... Read more »
Warranty doesn't cover the issue and salesman is not helpful at all
answered on Mar 18, 2017
If the warranty covers drive train it should. You want to find out what the problem was. If it'something they have to know about, then you can go after them. File a complaint with better business bureau, with the attorney General;s office of consumer affairs.
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