We need more information to answer your questions. Was there a shareholder meeting on which dissolution was voted on? Is there a certificate of dissolution on file? Have all taxes and fees been paid? Was proper notice and an agenda provided to the shareholders in advance of the meeting in...Read more »
There is a large tree in the backyard of the property that has displaced my fence, and also caused damage to my backyard's foundation due to the roots growing through the ground. The property is also occupied by squatters and the bank may, or may not be attempting to evict. (I've reached... Read more »
Your question straddles a number of categories. I can only speak for the civil part; a criminal defense attorney could address criminal aspects. In my experience, it is the judge who makes decisions on dismissals. Your question includes the word "only." I can only say that I haven't...Read more »
A friend asks me to use his account to invest in the stock market. as a result, there is some loss in the investment account. my friend asked me to write a contract to repay him. What if i break that contract, will I be sued?
This strange set of circumstances raises more questions, but putting those aside, if you made a contract with someone to pay them a sum of money, your breach of that contract could induce him to sue you. You may have a defense, again depending on the circumstance. But WILL he sue you? No...Read more »
advance, I checked the plans that often. Then BOOM, they are bulldozing across the street and I get told one day “that is not an office building across the street they are building—it’s gonna be a hotel!”
This would be a low priority claim and without significantly more information, there is no way to know. You need to retain an experienced bankruptcy attorney and provide a great deal of information. Good luck.
No. There is no oral dismissal. The judge has to enter something on the record. Order the record from the proceeding and ask the judge to "so order" his transcript. Or, call the judge's clerk and ask them to enter a dismissal.
The counsel who filed the complaint, is different from the counsel seeking to enforce the judgment. The plaintiff has been out of business for years, and the counsel has many complaints by defendants, for fraudulently claiming proper service to said defendants. I am unsure what recourse I have... Read more »
I received a demand letter, I left the job due to hostile environment. I had to contact the labor department to collect my last wages. Now the demand letter wants repayment for half of the bonus’s I was paid. The offer letter has no clawback or mention of any repayment. I don’t mind paying if... Read more »
This person works for social services and printed out my application for assistance (with all personal info on it including ss#) and gave it to her sister to use in court ordered mediation for divorce. The employees name (the suspect) was on the top of the page as logged in user at the agency. And... Read more »
Yes, you should definitely speak with an attorney. Your situation sounds complicated and you would need to give all the facts to an attorney, who can represent you. It sounds like there is way more going on here than you can type in the "Ask a Lawyer" section. However, to answer your...Read more »
I was sold counterfeit goods through Google Pay LLC. Do i have the legal right to a refund if I've bought something that's fake or counterfeit? Should I also report this to Trading Standards and the Pokémon Company International, Inc. for fraud. I was sold fake Pokemon Cards through... Read more »
File a criminal complaint, but do not count on anything. You are not likely to find the fraudsters, who are long gone with your money. Google Pay is not liable. It just processes payments. It does not vouch for the users.
I was manipulated into auto loan in 2016. I feel into hard time and a divorce and ended up living in my car in 2016. I started to become late but always found a way to catch up. I got back on my feet slightly in 2018 and ended up pregnant. I couldn't afford the car payments and they kept using... Read more »
The statute of limitations does not apply to an existing case. The SOL is the date to bring a case. You did the right thing so far. Your issue is lack of service. You are going to have to prove you did not live with your brother when he was served as your household.
If you need a litigator, there are a number of options that could supplement your own online searches. Although this site does not function as an attorney referral service, it has the feature above, "Find-a-Lawyer." Additionally, the NYS Bar Association has a lawyer referral service. Good luck
Try to learn what the protocols and procedures for your trial will be. Familiarize yourself with the case material and the rules. Mock trials can differ in depth according to the academic level. Based on the level of your mock trial, you may need to make rulings on certain things. Is evidence...Read more »
You could search for attorneys independently on your own, you could use the Find-a-Lawyer feature (the tab above to the left), and you could also check with the New York State Bar Association, among other resources out there. See the section on their website called "For the Public." Good luck
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