answered on Mar 20, 2023
The guiding principle of contract construction in American jurisprudence is that the court will attempt to ascertain the intentions of the parties as expressed in the agreement itself. What the parties subjectively intended but did not express is mostly meaningless.
Texas legal aid says I need an attorney in Louisiana. Louisiana says I need an attorney in Texas. Which is it? Is that too complicated? Apparently.
No help. You suck.
answered on Feb 15, 2023
This question requires additional information for it be answered. Why did Texas Legal Aid say you need an attorney in Louisiana? Did you speak to an attorney in Louisiana? Why did s/he say that you need an attorney in Texas? What does the small business affidavit pertain to? What is the purpose of... Read more »
The fam member was married and now his estate (heirs) is requesting reimbursement of the taxes he paid. The property has not been succeeded to me yet.
answered on Jan 10, 2023
The legal owner of the property is responsible for the taxes. If someone else paid the taxes then the payor needs to seek it from the legal owner of the property. If the legal owner is deceased and a succession has not been opened, then one should consider opening a succession and getting the... Read more »
To cover labor and things for 3 other prior jobs I had to complete to get to the job at hand and now they are taking me to court
answered on Oct 10, 2022
Please consult with a lawyer about the specifics of your case. Also, if you have been sued and served with paperwork, please know that you have a limited period of time in which to file an Answer (respond to the lawsuit) so please make sure you do so within that time period.
Black Mold found after signing lease
answered on Sep 28, 2022
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you speak with a local attorney, many courts nationwide do not look kindly on the idea of waiving liability for injury in general. It could depend on how a waiver was written. Good luck
until after the wreck. The other driver's insurance company advised they will fix their insured driver's truck and then subrogate against me. I am a single mom, 3 kids, unemployed since pandemic, I have no car therefore i myself carry no automobile insurance. I live in Louisiana.... Read more »
answered on Jul 19, 2022
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I hope everyone involved in the accident is okay. Unfortunately, it is as they described it to you - the subrogation department will want its money back. If you feel you could attempt negotiate, you could consider... Read more »
And what recourse do I have should they refuse? This is a civil case where I have been called as an expert witness.
answered on Jul 19, 2022
Depends--- if I recall correctly, the article does not state that you (or rather an expert) is entitled to the expert's usual rate but rather a reasonable rate.
Is there any way that I can appeal or fight a judgment rendered against me for $13,000 and there is no proof submitted nor is there a promissory note or contract with my signature for work subcontracted by another business? A letter was printed for a trial and court date but was never delivered to... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2022
Call/contact the local and state bar association and see if they have contact information for lawyers in your area with whom you might be able to consult on a pro bono basis, or if they can provide the number for legal aid. At this point in time, if you have filed bankruptcy, you may have limited... Read more »
When we contacted the notary public she said she made an honest mistake where do we go from there? She even signed and affidavit stating it was a mistake on her behalf.
answered on May 24, 2022
Make a criminal complaint with the Sheriff and then go to Motor Vehicles
they later on try and file a report if they figure out who it was?
My wife was served for a court case for a debt to republic finance LLC, the manager called my wife and they came to terms to repay unsecured loan. My wife asked if she needed to go to court and the manager stated " not as long as you make your payments". A default judgment was set against... Read more »
answered on May 11, 2022
If this happened les than 1 year ago, your attorney may be able to file a Petition to Annul the Default.
Did not enter nor try to enter private owned business after being told not to. Stepped out of vicinity of said building (bar) unto public sidewalk and was told to exit (public sidewalk).
Was then told said person was in violation of remainder after forbidden. When person asked what that... Read more »
My mom was visiting my house when she let her dog out of her vehicle without a leash to go inside but her dog ran over to my neighbors yard and an incident occurred between my moms dog and my neighbors dog who was also not on a leash. The police and animal control were called and my mom and my... Read more »
answered on Apr 8, 2022
It wasn't on your property and it wasn't your dog. If yiur neighbor does sue you, your homeowners insurance will provide a defense.
It’s in Alexandria Louisiana and the person who it was given to will not tell me the date and are miss using the powers acting on my behalf I have the paperwork to file but I do not have the original date of the initiation can I proceed without it even if it ask for the initial date on the form ?
answered on Mar 26, 2022
File a Revocation with the Clerk of Court and request service on the person to whom you gave the power of attorney.
My ex has not let me see or speak with my daughter in weeks since he was awarded temporary custody even though the court order says I'm allowed visitation. She called me frantic the other night telling me she ran away and was far from her house. In a panic, I raced there and picked her up. We... Read more »
I need representation to file the motion for new trial. Judge says I cannot represent my business.
No court date was set after initial hearing officer meeting. The title company never received the motion and split the proceeds in to two separate checks.
also after picked up my truck, the electrical system was messed up. none of gauges was working
answered on Dec 8, 2021
Get written estimates and file a claim with the Justice of the Peace.
LLC pays the note for the SBA loan. I'm still a guarantor on the loan. Bank won't release me. Ex says she can't get refinanced. I tried to refinance my house and was denied because of being a guarantor on loan. How do I get out of being a guarantor on the loan? Filed a motion for... Read more »
answered on Nov 9, 2021
Your partition should have:
1) Given her the LLC,
2) stated she had 30/60/90 days to refinance SBA mortgage.
If it does, then hurry and hire a lawyer to OBJECT to the HOC. If it does not, then hire a lawyer to file a 2d Petition to Partition for Omitted Liability.
I know the law states “without invitation” but if the person has serious mental issues how are they able to offer invitation? And the person they contact continues to accept call and repeatedly continues to tell them things that triggers them to have episodes
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