In Feb. 2019, through a Stock Purchase Agreement (SPA), I sold my internet golf business, an S corp in which I owned 100% of the stock for $160,000 to a buyer and owner of an internet LLC in which he owned 100% stock. Terms were $22,000 down and $1500 per month minimum until Dec. 31, 2020. A... Read more »
We found the property during COVID-19 so we weren’t able to see it because of the quarantine the owner lives in New York and agent is nasty, home Has extreme damages gaping holes,running toilets, There is horrid smell that engulfs the entire area Come to find out it’s the laundry machine the... Read more »
You seem to be sending this "inquiry" over and over again with different wording, yet you do not state what your goal is. Are you a party to the agreement, and if so, is other party breaching it? Are you seeking to get out of the agreement? Are you seeking your money back? Are you...Read more »
Im 17 and for the past 5 months ive been receiving verbal and emotional abuse from my mom because im gay thats been messing up my mental and emotional state to the point that sometimes i just wish i wasnt alive and it keeps happening. A few weeks ago my mom jumped on me and choked me so i did call... Read more »
Regarding the "contract" you made with your mother, it's not a valid, enforceable contract (even had you signed a proper signature). Minors do not have the legal capacity to enter into contracts, and even if you were an adult, the contract would not be valid for other reasons....Read more »
If an app advertises winning real money, and they really don’t pay out to anybody, would that be a good reason to sue for false advertising. Especially if someone spent money on in game purchases and got nothing out of it?
I gave contractor money for work that was completed incorrectly and will need to be redone, and money upfront for future work. Since he had never been back to my with several reasons and has only talked to me when I initiated contact. Because of this I told him to refund me and cease work. I told... Read more »
There is no special way to settle any case. The non-disparagement clause is pretty much standard in all settlement agreements; and you are being foolish to risk not receiving your refund by insisting on your "right" to bad-mouth the other side on social media. Perhaps the other party will...Read more »
Is it legal for condo associations in Broward County, Florida, during the COVID-19 pandemic phase 1 of reopening, to restrict a property owner from allowing their missionary family members to go to stay at their residence, for a short term of a couple weeks, as they are stuck without a home until... Read more »
Florida Statute 718.1265 provides in pertinent part:
"Association emergency powers.—
(1) To the extent allowed by law and unless specifically prohibited by the declaration of condominium, the articles, or the bylaws of an association, and consistent with the provisions of...Read more »
I needed new tires and this company offers tires, that you can pay off in monthly payments ( if payed in 6 months there is no interest ) , but when I asked to see all the payments given ( about 3 months ) , only half of my money so far is paying for the actual tires and the other half are small... Read more »
Yes I would like to have my name and responsabilitys and assetts off of and or cancel a bond because I don't believe they will show up for court cause they back on the street doing what she got arrested for thanks Rusty
I signed a bond for a friend to get out of jail and the 1st night s she was out she was doing the same thing when she got arrested for and was not picking up her court papers and her bond papers so I do not want the responsibility of her showing up for court I don't think she will so I... Read more »
Every auction I have attended has a person or business trying to sell sell something--called the seller--and a different person or group of person interested in buying stuff--called the bidders--and the person "wining"--called the buyer.
My father-in-law recently passed. She did QCD w/son bk in 2014 & he filed a QCD/LIFE ESTATE to a friend in 2017. I'm still in same MH on land & have pd. Taxes(gave him cash) over the yr.s. Can his FRIEND sell & MAKE ME MOVE? Husband ESTRANGED but ORIG. LEASE was between... Read more »
Your question is someone difficult due to all the abbreviations. Whoever is the current title holder can decide who he wants to lease to and if that person wants you off then that is a possibility. You need to go to a real estate attorney in your area and have your lease and the documents that...Read more »
cause us to get evicted because of her exotic animals which are against the least agreement. Will the eviction negatively impact my credit score or anything else of mine? Also, if I chose to move out right now, instead of when our lease ends, will i have any liability. I can prove the that the... Read more »
If your roommate gets you guys evicted neither of you should be liable for whatever unpaid rent. If your roommate leaves both of you are liable for the remaining rent; and you must pay all of it yourself. If you leave the same is true for her.
The answer to your question is 100% dependent on your opening statement about something the State of Florida has or has not done. Moreover, this subject-matter involves decisions made by the BODs of timeshare organizations, decisions which are subject to instantaneous changes based on who attended...Read more »
Neither. It is called an executory contract--which means one (or both) side(s) has yet to perform the complete task bargained for but has promised to do so. For example, you might promise to mow someone's yard in return for a $25 check, which the other guy gives you in advance. If you fail to...Read more »
I worked with a person part time for over a year without getting paid a dime. About six month into the unstated partnership, I was added as a 10% partner in a Delaware corporation. Due many conflicts, I stopped working with her in February 2020.
Are there clause of FLSA that apply in this... Read more »
My mother gave me a car in feb she passed away in April, her cousin says she got a loan from him of $5000 with car as collateral with signed statement in dec. The car is registered and insured in my name with a clean title.
No, you didn't have any notice of a claim anyone such as your mother's cousin had on the car. So the cousin has no right against you. If the cousin had either notified you, perfected her lien by recording the signed statement, or insisted that the cousin be named on the title as...Read more »
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