There is no definitive yes or no answer to this question, as determining fair use involves a complex, fact-specific analysis. However, some key considerations regarding backing up legally obtained apps and software include:
Whether recreating a work initially made in a non-commercial use app for commercial purposes violates the app's terms of service depends on the specific terms set by the app. Typically, non-commercial use clauses restrict the use of the app and its resources (like tools or templates) for...View More
I have two separate units with Red Dot Storage. The units were rented several weeks apart. One unit is past due, but the other is current. I went to get some things out of the unit that is current but when I entered my gate code, it denied me access. The gate code was given to me by Red Dot when... View More
In Alabama, the specific terms of your storage facility contract with Red Dot Storage will dictate the rights and obligations of both parties. Generally, storage facilities have the right to impose certain access restrictions if there are outstanding payments or if the rent for any of the units is...View More
Yes, attorneys generally have an ethical obligation to diligently represent their clients and see a case through to completion once they have taken it on. If you believe your attorney has failed to fulfill this duty, you may have grounds for a legal malpractice claim. Legal malpractice occurs when...View More
In general, attorneys have a duty to provide diligent representation and to advocate the interests of a client. Situations do arise where attorneys withdraw from cases or clients dismiss their attorneys. It can be fact-specific, depending on the situation, time remaining for statute of limitations,...View More
Being denied the contractual obligations of payment, such as not receiving the agreed-upon compensation for services or goods, is primarily a breach of contract issue. It means that one party is not fulfilling their agreed-upon terms within the contract.
A purchase agreement was signed, and the buyer is failing to make monthly payments to the seller. I feel that I am being taken advantage of because they're a relative. The buyer is two months behind on payments as of now. I want to cancel the purchase agreement and eliminate this headache, but... View More
So, this really depends on the purchase agreement and what the terms of the agreement are. You should consult a local attorney in your area, likely someone who handles real estate/landlord tenant law. Depending on those terms will determine what you can do or not do. If the buyer is in what is...View More
If your former employer is using your images without your explicit consent and it was not stipulated in your employment contract that they could use your images for marketing purposes, you may have grounds to object to this use. Your right to object might be based on your copyright in the images...View More
Vacate laws and policies at extended stay hotels can vary based on the specific hotel's terms and conditions, as well as local and state laws. It's important to review the terms of your extended stay agreement or contact the hotel management directly to understand their policies regarding...View More
In Alabama, there is a statute of limitations for bringing a lawsuit to collect on a debt. Typically, the statute of limitations for a written contract, which includes car loans, is six years from the date of default.
If the car was repossessed 20 years ago and the alleged debt has not been...View More
We have made monthly payments, including homeowners and have been paying property tax. The only paperwork we signed was promissory note and vendor's lien deed. The vendor's lien does say the grantor was to have filed deed with the courthouse. Now we are finding that potentially this was... View More
The lease ended 8 months ago so we have been paying month to month since then. Now my mother has been staying with me and my landlord is trying to evict us because terms of a lease. We haven't been on a lease in 8 months. I stay at my boyfriend's house 3 or 4 nights a week and she is now... View More
The question is premised on an improper understanding of the legal status of "month to month". it is not correct that you do not have a lease. You do have a lease, when a written lease expires without being renewed, it typically becomes a month-to-month tenancy, subject to all the same...View More
I am in the process of hiring a lawyer on a contigency fee basis, to sue for tortious conduct for interference of a body. emtional distress, etc. What is the normal/good percentage for a lawyer for such a case?
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This is posted under "Contracts." Some questions go unanswered here, but you might have better chances of a response with adding the category "Landlord-Tenant." Good luck
An Alabama attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. It's possible that the sharing is done because the developments impact the cosigner, who could be liable due to their capacity as cosigner in the matter. A local attorney could offer more definitive guidance...View More
I have a dispute going on with a dodge dealership here in Alabama where i purchased my 2020 dodge challenger. Prior to the dealership servicing the vehicle, other mechanics had driven and diagnosed the vehicle but just didn't have the software the car needed. I took my car to be serviced at... View More
Is there any sort of warranty on the vehicle? Have you had an independent mechanic or other dealer dianose the problem? Can they testify that the work performed is the cause of the problem? These are preliminary questions that should be addressed prior to contacting an attorney for specific advice.
Would be auctioned. I never received a letter stating when and where my car was to be auctioned at. The next letter I received stated that my car had been sold and that I owe 6,911. Per their contract, I wasn't properly notified. What can I do about this?
The truck is in Mississippi, my parents are in Dothan, AL living w/ my daughter. We intend to get the truck and bring to our home here in Ellijay, GA. Mom is willing to sign the title and has even mentioned just signing for her to avoid driving to Dothan with it in hand. Can I sign with... View More
What does this have to do with Florida law? And what would "p.p" mean? Depending on the state in which the truck is titled, it might be possible for Mom to give you a power of attorney. Mom seems to be under the impression that she cannot allow someone else possession of the truck...View More
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