A contractor I hired to fix my leaking roof took half down from me but the roof still leaks. He warranted the work for 20 years although the project isn't "done", but at this point I am not sure he is competent to fix it. To fix it he will have to basically start over, and I think... Read more »
If the roof leaks, then the job has not been done properly or is not complete. Talk to the contractor about it. If you intend to terminate him for breach of contract and sue him, you have to give him notice. Even if you succeed in court and get a judgment against him, it might be difficult to...Read more »
Sorry I meant start? Also I gave all my income information to the creditors lawyer and they were suppose to call me back to agree on a payment plan and never got back with me once they received my income they just went forward with the garnishment.
When the contract was written did the contractor give you a written notice of your right to cancel the contract within 3 days. If the contractor does not have a storefront or a building where you can view his work, then he is subject to the Home Solicitation Sales Act. Without a three day notice,...Read more »
Fraud occurs when one party to a transaction makes a material misrepresentation--a lie about something important to the transaction--either with knowledge that the misrepresentation is false, or with reckless disregard to whether or not it is true, or makes a material omission when the party has a...Read more »
Yes, an express warranty is what most people think of as a warranty, one that is promised by a seller usually in writing. An implied warranty is a bit different. It is one that is implied by the law, in other words, one that is essentially required by law and therefore present whether there is a...Read more »
I contacted the seller and they said I am allowed to resell them and I will put a warning label on the package stating that there is dry ice inside but should there be any other things I should be concerned about legally? I don want to be sued or get in trouble so could you state some precautions... Read more »
If there is a problem you can bet people will look at you. Check with your state health department/department of agriculture. You may be required to have certain licenses and refridgeration if you are going to sell frozen food products, particularly meats.
On July 20, 2020 I signed a contract for windows for my home (around $7,000). On 9/10 I got an e-mail telling me the windows would be ready 10/29. It is now 2/26/21 and they tell me they will install on 3/29. On 2/11/21 I sent them an e-mail stating that as a commission salesperson the bottom... Read more »
A lawyer would have to review the actual contract terms to determine if you have a right to cancel, whether their delay was a breach of contract or if the virus lockdown excuses the delay, or whether they failed to comply with all the required consumer protection notices and right of cancellation...Read more »
Assuming they did not get your consent to a transfustion, you technically have a claim for battery. However there are many legal issues, and you should 1) not ask or tell medstaff you are thinking of a claim but ask general open ended questions if you are asking them , 2) get legal advice from a...Read more »
I hired a roofing contractor to replace my roof. All he have done is tarp the areas that were leaking. However, once my insurance cut the check, he said he needed the whole check to replace my roof but, 25% of the check was supposed to be used for the drywall repairs on the inside. He also said I... Read more »
This will depend on what the contract you signed said. Most of the time for roof repair you are required to make payments in intervals, with the full amount due upon completion. If the contract was silent on that, then you should not have to prepay unless specifically stated.
Paid $600 for car I have title and keys. Also paid $300 for a trailer no title. Now the trailer is impounded and the person on the title doesn't want to sell it to me but her boyfriend already took my money
Within a few months the same issue began. We contacted the company who performed the initial work and through numerous attempts and 8 missed appointments on the company's end, the issue is still not fixed and our renters are threatening to move out. Additionally, the septic company instructed... Read more »
You can sue the contractor in small claims court up to $6000. Check your local court for the form to file. But you must present proof that the work was not done properly, so have another contractor inspect and provide a written quote for repairs. Or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local...Read more »
He has lived here over 20 years. I know the land lord is terminating this lease because he cant raise the rent to what he gets from new tenants.. he also has wants to make renovations on this apartment. Wich I understand. But does my friend have to be homeless because of the landlords needs
If the tenant's lease is not expiring, landlord cannot make him leave until the end of the lease term. But if the tenant's lease is expiring, then unless the lease gives tenant an automatic renewal or a right to renew, landlord is not under any obligation to renew or extend the lease...Read more »
While I was in the hospital my husband took over my hunt for a contractor to complete roof/siding/gutter and potentially window replacement. He arranged and signed an agreement with a contractor. The agreement only covers items in the event we would be rewarded money from the insurance. I am also... Read more »
You question cannot be answered without a review of the contract. The contractor might not have complied with all the consumer protection requirements, which could allow you to terminate it. You can try terminating it yourself, but the contractor might then sue you. Or you can use the Find a...Read more »
I been living in this home for 16 years and i finally decided to ask him can I put some work into the home and it costs me 15,000 and it made the value of the home go up, he can now charge $800 instead of 200$ in rent, So he wants to evict me out of the house, can I sue for that money out of that... Read more »
If buyer cannot get a loan,and is unable to get money to close the purchase, then buyer should terminate the contract under the financing contingency, and seller should return the earnest money to buyer. The realtor should have buyer and seller sign a contract termination and mutual release. Or...Read more »
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