In April of 2022 my wife took our dog to a kennel we had been to before. It was apparently under new ownership and they required a release to be signed. My wife did not read the document before signing and our dog was allegedly involved in an altercation with another dog, who was injured and... Read more »
To determine whether a document is a legally binding contract, you must show it to an attorney. This sounds like an indemnification agreement that requires your wife to indemnify (compensate) the kennel if it's sued by the third party. A "release" by your wife would release the...Read more »
I have been employed with this employer for 8 years, and recently went back to school and graduated within that time period, which my employer paid for. There was verbal discussions about repayment with nothing specific ever discussed or agreed to verbally and no contracts were drafted or signed.... Read more »
Do you mean Fla. Stat. 720.305? There is no 720.350. The statute of limitations on a claim against a homeowners association for breach of contract is five years. There is not enough information to determine if your civil rights have been violated because you can waive your civil rights by...Read more »
A private personal training client wants a refund on their contract for something I have no control over. They are not interested in a virtual training option and when asked for feedback, they had no complaints about me/my programs/my guidance that I’d already given them. They asked for a refund... Read more »
Generally, if there's a no-refund contract clause, and the provider has provided contracted-for services (clearly spelled out in the contract), the no-refund clause would probably hold up in court if the provider is sued - IF the provider has not engaged in deceptive or fraudulent conduct...Read more »
Are you an individual contractor, or you have a corporate or LLC entity? If you have an entity that is officially the contractor, you are required to have an attorney represent the entity in any court above small claims court, and if you don't have an attorney, the plaintiff will quickly...Read more »
And became trustees of my settlement. I lost my right foot it was screwed and bolted on and I had 4 back surgery since then. I never got a penny. My dad has property and Maks $ of me now while I'm on SSD AND FOOD STAMPS. WHAT CAN I DO
Because you were a minor at the time, someone(s) had to be trustee(s) until you would turn 18, unless some other legal arrangement was made for them to be trustees until a later age. In the meantime, the trustees had the duty to spend the money for your benefit, so the first issue is: did they do...Read more »
Signed contract in April, gave 25% deposit, nothing has yet to be done, they have failed 2 categories of permit application, and still no real updates as to when they will get approval and be able to start? At what point do I have rights here to cancel and get my money back? Or will this forever... Read more »
I purchased a taxi dispatch service in April 2022 for $8000 down and $3000 a month until $80,000 is paid in full. The manager of my company started working with the seller to underhandedly take back the company. THe manager quit on Dec 1 and text all my clients offering lower rates. He then... Read more »
The way you describe the facts, I'd call it a crime, which should be reported to the police (plus you'd have various civil causes of action, meaning grounds for a lawsuit). However, if you got into some kind of dispute with the seller and/or manager, they might have a completely different...Read more »
A graphics design client is refusing to pay after receiving and utilizing goods. Invoices have been sent, due dates have passed, attempts at communicating are met with hostility. Total is $500, prior to waiving $200 worth of additional project fees in an effort to encourage payment.
Assuming Puerto Rico has some sort of small claims procedure, you could contact an attorney there for the purpose of suing the client in Puerto Rico. Or, depending on circumstances, you might be able to sue in Florida.
If you don't want your case to get confused by the affirmative defenses, and you don't want to have to deal with them if you go to trial, you can move to strike them. I'm not sure what you mean by "Do I have to ... move to judgment against me ...". For further...Read more »
Place is in Florida, both realtor and seller said flood insurance is not required, bank said it is in a flood zone, now way more money is needed for evaluation of property, realtor says we cannot get out of contract, what can be done
Florida does not have flood disclosure laws. Therefore, it depends what your real estate contract says and what the Seller’s Property Disclosure Form says. It covers a variety of property conditions and risks, including: structures, appliances, termites, water intrusion, flooding drainage,...Read more »
You mean leaving it exposed, but with no one being injured by electric shock? If so, this isn't a personal injury question, but rather a breach of contract question. If someone WAS injured, clarify and re-post your inquiry. If this is simply a breach of contract due to incorrect...Read more »
She returns by payment for the last 2 months she will not communicate with me she's telling me to get out of the house she wants to move back in it I've spent three years fixing up this house it didn't have Plumbing floors anything when I bought it now that I put thousands in it she... Read more »
You absolutely need an attorney to handle this for you. The contract and real estate law issues you are dealing with are fairly complicated. There is unfortunately no way to give you a direct answer or guide you through the process through here due to the issues involved. You should at least set up...Read more »
Sorry to hear about your son's ordeal. I assume your son is on the lease, not you, unless you also signed as a guarantor. Whomever signed the lease, it cannot be unilaterally terminated unless the terms of the lease permit it due to situation you are talking about, and I'd be surprised...Read more »
I recently performed service work for a company. The contract can be voided at any time by any party. There was no requirement to provide previous proof of work. They performed KYC and I passed without any issue.
I completed my contractually required work. Just as I was finishing, the... Read more »
It sounds like you may very well have a valid cause of action for breach of contract, unjust enrichment and/or quantum meruit. You are most likely owed the value of the work you performed. You should set up a consultation with an attorney who handles breach of contract disputes, present the...Read more »
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