We are a 3rd party contractor for Home Warranty companies. And customers of the home warranty company are posting negative online reviews, some for reasons out of our hands, due to our restrictions in our contract with the home warranty company. Can we issue a cease and desist and sue if the... Read more »
If you consulted with an attorney regarding such a letter or legal action, they would likely want to see each individual review. If they're negative, it's possible that in itself is not necessarily actionable. An attorney who deals with defamation would examine if they were false and harmful, among...Read more »
In music, if the agreement is non exclusive where they get the publishing and you retain your writers (for music licensing), how will companies/Ascap etc know when YOU got something placed as opposed to the company you sign this type of deal with? So you get your writers and publishers share when... Read more »
The collection of royalties can be accomplished in several ways. Directly negotiating and collecting with every organization, or using some of the agencies that exist that license and charge for your music, lyrics, etc directly. They then distribute the money....Read more »
AZ home sale: Defect items in the parapet stucco contractually agreed to be repaired were not properly repaired before the sale. Now, the improper repair is being discovered. Does the new homeowner have any recourse?
This isn't a referral service; it's just a question and answer board. If you want to find an attorney, you could contact those on this site under the Find-a-Lawyer tab above, conduct your independent searches, or try the State Bar of Arizona. Good luck
I was asked by a friend to move to Arizona from San Diego into his mother’s house to be hired as her live in caregiver. Her son and I agreed to a set rate and payment schedule, and verbally confirmed our agreement several times, and though I’ve been here for 4 months now, I haven’t been paid... Read more »
Bought home 5 years ago, HOA inspection report made no mention of any violation or out of compliance issues regarding house color. CCR say I only need approval to change house color, yet they want me to change the garage door color. I say after 14 years, the current color I have is what I'm keeping... Read more »
A non-compete agreement can be transferable. The agreement should be reviewed by an attorney to see if it is made specifically transferable to a successor entity by its terms. I recommend having your agreement reviewed by an attorney. It would also be helpful to your attorney to know more about...Read more »
A listing agreement can be cancelled in most cases, but there can be costs and penalties associated with cancellation. For example, you may be asked to reimburse your agent for his marketing costs. Or, if you decide to sell at a later date, it is possible that your agent may make a claim against...Read more »
This is possible. It depends upon the terms of the lease as well as other pertinent facts. I recommend that you review this with a real estate attorney. Once your attorney reviews your lease and knows the facts, he or she will be able to let you know your legal rights and best options.
If your landlord has filed an action to evict you, you will be evicted unless you do something to defend yourself in the court that has jurisdiction; and to do so you may have to pay the amount of rent due into the registry of the court--which usually charges some fee for doing so. If you owe the...Read more »
I didn't have time for asking for the finding out more about some sort of account that I was beneficiary or some kind of account from a will. I didn't get the information about account number or any info about this account, just told on phone call to the banks 1800number, then I went to the bank... Read more »
The bizarre story has all the markings of a scam in the making. Why? Because reputable banks do not just call people on the phone to discuss their bank accounts--especially if the person called has no idea they had the "accounts."
I have a car that overheated and went to a mechanic to fix it. He told me that I have to replace the fan with a new one so I was ok with it. He ordered an aftermarket fan and replaced it. After 3 months the car overheated. I called him and said the car overheated and he said to bring it back to the... Read more »
Assuming that the timeshare is paid in full, the resort will allow you to remove the names of other co-signers. Contact the owner services (or similar) department to get the process started. You may want to contact an attorney with experience in timeshares if you have additional questions or want a...Read more »
in az, two cousins each inherited from their parents seperate trusts for half interest in a family owned apartment building, owned free and clear, and fully occupied at all times. One was the manager and lived in the house of the other, adjacent, built by his parents, but not included with the... Read more »
This is theoretically possible but the matter would need to be carefully researched. Much can happen in 15 years and you need to know as much as possible about this trust, its assets and their administration. I recommend hiring a probate attorney to assist you in determining the facts and to...Read more »
I signed a contract to have my house painted. It has not been painted yet and I want to switch contractors. They have changed an item of the contract that I signed via email which I initially agreed to in an email. What can they do to me if i cancel my house painting with them and get another... Read more »
Unless the painting contractor has already started work, or has already incurred some expenses--like pulling the permit and purchasing the materials--there is very little the first contractor can do; except sue you of course.
I would like to ask the Seller to pay a portion of my closing costs and possibly reduce the purchase price a thousand dollars. The Seller accepted an offer for full asking price, plus I opted to pay my own closing costs, without any negotiating. Closing is estimated to be $4700. The lender has... Read more »
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