If you cannot understand what this very simple language means you really should employ a small business lawyer before you get yourself into real trouble. Answer: You can ONLY use your REAL name--or the REAL name of your LLC, or the REAL name of a corporation, or partnership, or limited partnership...Read more »
My landlord is trying to make me sign an addendum to agree to get renter's insurance, for a full year, and my lease started in August, with no mention that renters is required, it strictly states that "renter's insurance is not mandatory, but we do encourage you to obtain it to cover your personal... Read more »
If the lease did not originally required it, the next section you have to look at are amendments and notice. Is there a section in your lease that allows the landlord to amend the lease with notice. If not, than I don't see how he can do it. However, you may want to take the lease to an attorney...Read more »
Before I joined my company, they signed a multi-year service agreement with an Internet Service Provider that I think we should no longer use. When looking at the early termination terms, we would owe over $7,000 for the remaining 23 months. So, in an effort to not cancel service but change... Read more »
I sold a car to a friend but the deal was the title would remain in my name until he paid it off. I just found out he has been driving the vehicle uninsured and he has had an at-fault wreck involving other vehicles with injuries. Can I be sued?
He was awarded only a small amount of what he was asking in court, I sent him checks monthly paying what I could, he never cashed them. He has now ordered my wages to be garnished. How much is he allowed from each pay period?
My now ex and I purchased a house last year. Both of our names are on the deed & mortgage. We tried to live as roommates but that was not worked. I recently moved all of my belongings from the home. He claims I abandoned the house. If I still pay utilities and have mail coming to the house can he... Read more »
Generally, insurance policies are only valid when premiums are paid. Failure to pay the contracted premium amounts will invalidate/cancel the insurance policy. The company is not under obligation to provide notice of cancellation because the original contract would have provided this information....Read more »
More information is needed in order to provide you with a detailed answer. In general, if you are the primary on the loan, meaning it is your name on the loan documents and not his, repayment of the loan is ultimately your responsibility, and he is not entitled to the vehicle. However, if your...Read more »
The manager said he will use my GA license to register car I told him I recently relocated from NC. I still need to change my license to GA he said I can get a GA ID card. I have 2 car notes and need to return the new truck today
IMO, unless you have some much better reasons than the registration issues your chances of "rescinding" this contract do not look good. However, do NOT wait for some lawyer reading this to rescue you; take the truck back to the dealer immediately and tell them you cannot go through with the deal.
I did work on a deadline for a new person. We agreed to pay me a certain amount per apt I was to clean and then $1200 for painting and apt. I did the work all before Thanksgiving and they said they would pay me the total is $2200 I have all convos back and forth and now they say they feel the work... Read more »
I’m a college student who got a sublease to cover for me while I moved out of Athens to Atalanta for work. My contract said you can’t buy out of the lease or transfer it over to someone else and they don’t have a clause for if a tenant were to get hurt or move they said it’s not going to... Read more »
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. It is best to consult an attorney who can review your lease and provide you with a more tailored response. We are glad to assist you. Contact us soon!
I sent a certified letter on 10/28 for the information and was served on 10/30. I answer the suit tomorrow. The options are 1. admit 2. request payment schedule 3. deny 4. counterclaim. I want to answer in a way that requires them to send the information that I requested in my letter that was... Read more »
I know the response to this question is late, the creditor should have provided you with proof of you owing the debt, if not before court, certainly after your court appearance. I hope this helps. I wish you well.
No idea what the details are for non compete in contract. I don't have a copy. I was given paperwork and told sign "the highlighted sections". I won't be able to better myself staying here. I am charged for lapses on policies that existed before I was employed. Those effect my pay weekly. I gave 2... Read more »
It is in your best interest to contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss the specifics of your case and provide you a more tailored response. Non compete clauses are standard in most sales positions, however they must be reasonable. Determining "reasonableness" is not always cut and dry...Read more »
Small claims case is scheduled for default hearing on 12/26, AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE filed 07/01 appears to be fraudulent. What to file to remove default and allow to counterclaim? Defendant learned about the case after 30+15 days ellapsed, filed on 10/16 Opposition to "Request for Default Judgement"... Read more »
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. Much of what is available to you is going to depend heavily on the contract you would have signed with the company. It is best to consult an attorney who can review your contract and offer you a more tailored response.
I took pictures with my local senior photography company because I was not able to attend the school picture day due to work. I digitally signed a contract at the studio when I went in person, however, I don't recall reading the part where it asked specifically for a parent/guardian to sign. I was... Read more »
Can't hurt to send them a letter stating the signatory was under age and the contract is void. They still have a claim under quantam merit (Google it) for services rendered but if you never requested the packet you have a solid defense there as well. Then you can file a complaint with the state...Read more »
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