That depends on the contract. Typically your duty is to the property owner but they have the option of hiring a property manager to act as their agent. If you are asking then that means there is a potential problem. You should contact an attorney to help you work through it.
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It doesn't sound normal. Shower water isn't supposed to sting. There are law firms that handle toxic tort matters (these are cases that deal with exposure to toxic or hazardous substances). But the first...Read more »
While this is not my area of expertise, I would check into the state's lemon laws. If you purchased the vehicle from a dealer you might be able to return it or have them fix some of the issues. I recommend checking the colorado bar's website under the licensed lawyer tool to look for...Read more »
The broker stopped after the deposit and took $19000 off the top in Feb 2021and stopped working on my behalf, had to go to another dealer for help or to his boss , who is who I dealt with, but there is Money issues that I didn't get credit for said they would sell home if payment wasn't... Read more »
You are buying a modular or manufactured home in Colorado. The law covering this purchase is a combination of contract law for the sale of goods and real estate law. Your purchase should have come with a sales agreement that clearly states the sales price and the delivery date. Even a statement...Read more »
I see that you are in West Virginia but asking about laws in Colorado. The Colorado law supports you leasing your automobile to someone who then uses it for profit. Leasing an automobile to another person or business can be done at a profit to yourself (just be sure to tell your CPA about that...Read more »
I started complaining via email in April. They wanted pictures and even suggested I send the dead plants back at my expense. They said they don't issue refunds, even though they say all plants are guaranteed. They will only issue a credit. I have been waiting for a credit for over 3 weeks.
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter nationwide, usual options could include inhouse customer service, forums identified in the agreement for disputes (e.g., arbitration under AAA rules), or small claims/civil court. A Colorado...Read more »
I have received a quote from a dental company for implant, abutment and crown for 4 535$. This is with the consideration that my dental insurance will cover 50% of the first and second part of all work and my out of pocket will be 2212$. I thought that this quote means this info is checked with my... Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. In terms of reimbursement efforts, they could depend on whether that how the clause was worded and the dental company's agreement. One option could be to consult with a Colorado attorney who handles...Read more »
Time and material cost and possible of it changing was made clear from the start. Order was delayed and arrived wrong (this last monday). Lumber company was willing to except fault for mistake and meet us half way on materials cost increase. Homeowner eminently cancels and whole project and demands... Read more »
You ask a lot of great questions. I suspect that you do not owe a full refund and I question the homeowners right to cancel. But, the answers to these questions are found in your contract. I recommend you bring your contract to an attorney to have it reviewed along with your facts and expenses....Read more »
I am getting married Oct 24th, and we asked a growing photographer who was a friend to take pics. No contract was signed, but I paid him. He is now moving out of state and lost the 2nd photographer and said he can't refund the money... We asked him to just photograph alongside new... Read more »
A Colorado attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a GENERAL premise of contract law, the deal is sealed upon signing. SOME jurisdictions have provisions for rescission with certain types of contracts. But it would be best for you to contact a Colorado attorney...Read more »
Four months ago a Mexican attorney called me informing me that he could retrieve my money. I submitted all documents of my loss, he submitted my claim to Tribunal Supremo de Justice and the Judge awarded $212,000. The money was placed in a BBVA account with me as beneficiary. Then I received a... Read more »
Me and two neighbors(N1 and N2) hired a contractor to build a fence, we all signed separate contracts. This contractor did a very poor job. The work is bad, I have pictures to document it all. When I showed him the work, he said i was being "nit picky". I asked him about the gaps in the... Read more »
Does a dentist have to warn you about bone loss in your jaw, & that it’s going to get worse once your remaining teeth are pulled before pulling your teeth. & if there’s a preventative option that will prevent the further bone loss does he have to tell you that ?
A Colorado attorney should advise you on this, but your post remains open for four weeks. You raise the doctrine of informed consent. Yes, you should be warned about the risks associated with any procedure. You could contact a Colorado attorney to discuss your matter and learn about the doctrine in...Read more »
Vet saw the scar (really faint) and still cut her open with out calling me to confirm if I wanted to move forward. The dog is a rescue so there is not much history on her. The vet said she is still charging me for a spay since she had to try and find the uterus. I also did have a gastro pexi done.... Read more »
This sounds like veterinary malpractice...if your pet was already spayed prior to the procedure, then the vet should not have opened her up again. Typically, the scar in the place of the animal's reproductive area is enough for a vet to know that a spay had been previously performed.
Contract stated 25% fee every week for non payment. The original invoice was in dispute, and after 7 days they charged me $1022 in interest on an invoice of $4088. I believe in Colorado the ursury limit is 45% per annum. Does ursury limits apply in this case, or is it just consumer loans (money... Read more »
This happened in Colorado, I now live in Kansas. I've asked to have a friend come by and pick up the dress. She says she never had anything. Can I sue her for the amount of the dress or the dress back?
Such a case could be difficult without some form of proof. A judge/jury would look at your assertion and the other side's denial, and not have a means of deciding the matter without some evidence to support your position. Good luck
The adhesive did not work, so after a few minutes I tried to rinse it off my eyelids but it did not come off. This morning I woke up with my eyelashes stubs or missing. It's going to cost me a lot of money and eyelash extensions and latisse plus the emotional harm of being a woman without... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. As a starting point, you could consult with a Colorado attorney who handles injury cases. If there are any medical records for injuries, and I hope there were none, those would be relevant. Case or no case, if you have concerns about the impact of the toxic...Read more »
Can a creditor foreclose on your home to satisfy a Lien? Yes. But, you will have an opportunity to prevent the foreclosure and it is seldom financially feasible to foreclose to collect on a debt that small.
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