You have to look at the bylaws to see how and when directors can be added to the corporation. If the bylaws are silent on that matter, it may require a majority vote of shares held by the shareholders to increase the number of directors.
Do the bylaws all for annual appointment of directors...Read more »
I had a mentor that would have me sign contract with “businesses” that were really not real. Not only were they not real but I was paying him upwards of 4000 a month to him. $300 was legitimate as he would meet with me as a mentor. I however have a contract through him with his parents who i... Read more »
It sounds like you have multiple contracts with this person, and he has multiple assumed names (the business names on the contracts.) If you are not receiving the services you contracted for, you may be due a refund.
As to the car, it's impossible to tell from your description...Read more »
Case: Property owner rents out his property but he still has junked machinery on site. He decides to sell the machinery located on the current leased property and he states in the sales contract that all machinery must be removed in 15 days or buyer will have to pay a $500 penalty fee, and was... Read more »
Lots of things went wrong here. The landlord/seller is trying to impose a penalty on the buyer, without incurring any damages, the Buyer isn't complying with the agreement, and the tenant is interfering in the contract. Buyer needs to pick up the equipment, the tenant needs to get out of the...Read more »
They dont care what card you use, they only go cheaper if it’s cash. Where do I go to dispute these charges. It’s not fair to the consumer that they pass their charges onto me when making payment. I dont want to carry 500-1000 dollars to avoid paying 3%
Yes, unfortuantely it is legal in Texas and almost all states. The company does have to post a notice of what they are charging you and the bill should show the charge separately, They can charge up to 3.99%. If you are a very good customer or making a large purchase, ask the store owner or manager...Read more »
You need to contact a business lawyer in your area to discuss exactly what you mean by "an investment LLC" and what "stipulations" you want. It's possible that you're trying to do something you need to be licensed for, and/or for which you need to register the securities being sold.
Hi, I live in Washington State and I am formalizing a small business LLC from my home. The main purpose of my LLC is to purchase real estate property in Texas (residential homes), and put them up for rental. I will utilize a Texas based real estate company to purchase the home(s), and utilize a... Read more »
Yes - a foreign entity doing business in Texas needs to be registered with the Texas Secretary of State. However, an entity that is created for the sole purpose of owning real estate may not need to be registered in TX even though the property is located in TX. While the entity that conducts the...Read more »
The nonprofit voluntarily dissolved as of 4/30/2021 and will not be re-organizing. They held a trademark which according to the USPTO there's been no action on it since 2016 and doesn't reflect an "assignment." I have a similar nonprofit and would like to acquire that... Read more »
The USPTO will refuse to register a trademark when an identical or similar trademark is already registered. Typically, when a nonprofit is dissolved, it is required to transfer all of its assets and property to another nonprofit. It is possible that another organization may now own the mark....Read more »
I am the director of a dance team, and we have a couple of trips planned for competitions and other things. They would travel by bus, and I was trying to figure out what I needed to do to make sure that I wasn’t held liable if anything happens during the travel. The dance team is not under a... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, a court might look at what you lost by relying on your friend's assurance - a loan that it looks like you would not have qualified for anyway. It sounds like your friend might have made a...Read more »
Sorry, without more details it's impossible to say what actions might be necessary or appropriate. If you're in litigation, you will need an attorney to represent your interests. They can review the order and status of the case and take the appropriate action if the order should not...Read more »
The members/managers here want to "dissolve" (wind up) their LLC, but they don't have an operating agreement that addresses winding up. Also, that LLC previously forfeited its charter under the Tax Code for failure to pay its franchise taxes. I'm wondering if, under the Texas... Read more »
It depends on whether there are unpaid debts and what assets there are that need to be sold or distributed. For example, if the LLC owns real estate, at present, no one is able to sign a deed for the LLC, and reinstatement would be necessary; if all that's left is some office furniture and...Read more »
I remember watching the video of the two men who were waiting for their friend in a Starbucks and one politely asked to use the restroom. He was told no, you’d have to purchase something to use the restroom, for paying customers only. So I was just wondering is it legal for a business to refuse... Read more »
There are several things that need to happen. The first is usually to prepare (or request the clerk to prepare) an abstract of judgment and record it in the real property records in any county where your judgment debtor owns (or may own) real property. Next, see if you can determine what assets...Read more »
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