Ok, So i purchased 20,000$ (~200 orders) of merchandise from an online e commerce site for my small business, under all my personal info. I only receive 900$ of items from them. I charged back with my credit provider and only got back 14000$ I am out about 5500$. I am not the only one who got... Read more »
Long story short. We complained. Owner called and was confrontational. Told me I was lying about the experience and she knew because she videotaped us without informing or asking consent. State of Florida. Is this legal?
Long answer short: Hire a lawyer to write a letter to the owner of the spa warning them that you are prepared to report the privacy violation to appropriate licensing authorities--unless they refund your money.
I have found out it went through a series of auctions one of which announced as an accident repair vehicle, it’s had non stop problems.! Purchased a premium extended warranty which paperwork shows, dealership claimed it was basic, on top of that it’s not getting fixed properly, incomplete... Read more »
Is it legal for a property management company to withhold payment and force a contractor to fill out a questionnaire inquiring if we the conTractor or contractor’s employees are part of any civil or criminal actions, administrative, or legal proceedings? Not that we are but I found it odd that... Read more »
Yes, it is perfectly legal for property management companies to require such sensitive information from contractors, as well as all other venders. In fact, many property management companies require vendors to post surety bonds before hiring them.
Bottom line: If you ever want to work for...Read more »
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 like...Read more »
Service agreements tend to be specific to a given matter. They often address the working relationship between the parties involved. They can outline specific duties, conditions, payment terms, etc. A place to start could be to contact a North Carolina attorney to discuss such an agreement....Read more »
Due to an accident that our catering delivery driver was in just short of arriving at the clients location, we were unable to fulfill the order. The customer has received a full refund, but has begun to post negative reviews online stating that we are fraudulent and even going to the point of... Read more »
She is entitled to post truthful facts and she is entitled to post her opinion. You are entitled to respond. Unless your contract with her contains a non-disparagement provision, or unless she is lying, there isn't much you can do. Maybe send her a copy of the Traffic Collision Report as proof...Read more »
I recently got a car and was putting down $2,000 as down payment but the dealership forgot to charge me the down payment but instead charged me everything else for the car. We signed the contracts already and everything was a done deal. Do I need to go back and give them the money they forgot to... Read more »
Licensed builder in the state of Michigan and fully insured. Recently completed a project for a developer who was building spec homes for resale. The developer had me submit several construction bid contracts which were accepted and payments issued for the work. I completed all work stated in the... Read more »
Justia is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the general public to ask general legal questions to experienced lawyers who volunteer their valuable time to do so. Your important small business question should be directed to a business lawyer of your choosing. If you have not...Read more »
If your question involves protecting your rights with the invention, you could repost the question under the Patents (Intellectual Property) section where it could be seen by one of the attorneys who practice in that area.
My father fled the States in 2006 after having trouble with the law but signed a bill of sale to transfer half of his business to his business partner for about $600,000 but the buyer stopped sending him money within a year. Due to this, my father signed a power of attorney to my mother (never... Read more »
If you are wondering why lawyers here on Justia are not answering you or are advising you to consult with a lawyer who handles your particular issues it is because Justia is a free online legal forum established to allow members of the public to ask general legal questions to lawyers who volunteer...Read more »
Whoever pawned a stolen item is sure to lose the item when the police find out where it is. If the item was reclaimed from the pawn shop before the police came to get it, they will probably go get it from whoever reclaimed it. In short, it makes no sense to pawn any item that you suspect has been...Read more »
One owner requested I do things that, although are non-reportable but are wrong per the IRS, I won't agree so I'm ceasing the relationship with a termination letter. How do I best word it to protect myself?
Unless you have a written contract with the company (or person) that says otherwise, you do not have to tell them any reason why you feel the need to terminate the relationship. Therefore, IMPO you should keep your letter of resignation as short as possible, making very sure not to say anything...Read more »
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