John Roland Lund's answer Your option to renew is an enforceable contract right. So long as you have complied fully with the notice requirements and are not in default on the lease, it is your unilateral right to renew at the rates set by the lease.
If your position is valid then if you remain past the end of the current term the landlord would have to file a lawsuit and seek an order of eviction. But if you have validly renewed the lease then you should be able to defeat that eviction action.
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John Hyland Barrett III's answer If he dies without signing the will, his estate will be distributed according to the law of intestate succession. Generally: to his spouse; if no spouse, then to his children.
Kevin Flynn's answer I do not see a patent issue here. I hope you find an attorney with the right background to help you. Ideally, this would have been something you worked out before you populated the site with data that you need.
You may want to Google around to see if others have dealt with this issue or seek help from the folks that will provide the software solution to replace Agemni.
D. Mathew Blackburn's answer It would a county court case which has jurisdictional authority on cases between $7,500 and $15,000. You would have to determine venue (Which county to file in) under the court rules. Generally you would sue everyone that did not fulfill their obligations under the contract. In this situation it may be the finisher only or the finisher and the contractor.
You should look for an attorney, county court is complex.
Stanley Dale Radtke's answer Yes you can sell your personal property on line without offending your immigration status. However, you may have a duty to report this income to the IRS. Please consult with a tax specialist on what is required to remain in compliance with tax law.
D. Mathew Blackburn's answer Generally the best approach is to register in the state of operation. Also be aware you will pay income taxes to CO regardless of where you set up the LLC because an LLC is a passthrough entity and you are a CO resident.
You need to retain a business/tax attorney that can advise you on the legal and tax ramifications of not only where to set up the LLC but also state sales and income tax nexus.
D. Mathew Blackburn's answer The developer, even though he wrote the software, would not be able to sell it without a license. This assumes the S-Corp owns the software either as a contributed asset or as work for hire. The judgement holder would likely seek a writ of garnishment to seize the rights to the software then sue the developer for infringement. If the developer want the software he would need to buy it from the S-corp at fair market value. If it's distributed to him or sold for less than FMV it would be...
D. Mathew Blackburn's answer You can absolutely draft your own contracts for your business without an attorney. It's not a good idea but you can do it. What is illegal, unauthorized practice of law, is to advise others on the legalities of contracts.
Regarding enforceability of the contracts you write is an entirely different issue. You're going to do the best you can and you're taking your chances that you're just as good as or better than someone who studied law for three years, passed the bar exam, and then...
Even if it were illegal it would be prosecuted by the county attorney for a criminal act, or more likely the Dept. of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) for a regulatory violation. She has no private right of action to sue you for mistaken advertisement.
The question should be what are you putting your kid's name on that it's ending up on this list.
D. Mathew Blackburn's answer It's going to depend on the contract and whether they followed state funding laws whether you can get out of the obligation or get any money back. Let me know if you'd like to setup a consult and we can discuss costs and options.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Well, as you are ready to decorate the other half of your company as CEO/President (even if useless title) there seems to be no impediments in your way. Currently you both are on equal terms having 50:50 share in your company and other liabilities if not otherwise spelled out in articles of partnership deed. The moment you sell out, your partner will evidently become 100% shareholder or say full owner of that company, that means, the very nomenclature of the company is bound to change and...
D. Mathew Blackburn's answer Not quite, to avoid tax issues it's often better to create the new LLC in Colorado and contribute your interests in the NM LLC to the CO LLC then dissolve. Remember that if you dissolve a company you are taxed on the FMV of the assets reduced by your basis. It's going to depend on your basis, FMV, and other factors which approach is best.
Tristan Kenyon Schultz's answer Unless you or your broker had a contractual arrangement to hold on the sale of the vehicle, the dealership can sell a car that is not on the lot and/or is being test driven. If the dealership "sold" the car without really selling the car to simply prevent the broker from forcing a discount on the vehicle, the broker could potentially to sue dealership (and have you, the buyer, enter as a 3rd party beneficiary), but this would be a hard case to prove (and likely the legal costs would exceed the...
D. Mathew Blackburn's answer The non-competes would be very difficult to enforce under Colorado law. The "test run males" are not working for you they are the customers.Non-competes can't be enforced against customers, you can't stop someone from using another firms services. You could ask them to sing non-disclosure agreements but again they are difficult to enforce. I'm making an assumption you have a legitimate business method and we're not talking about prostitution. If it is a truly new and unique method you would...
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