I recently started a company with around $80K of my own money as a 65% partner. The partner of 25% bought things in the company name and my personal name without my approval saying she paid for these only to find out months later they haven't been paid for and they're in my name. I have several... Read more »
I am asking as I am out travelling outside USA for 3 weeks, to get my Visa stamped on my passport, I would need a lawyer to represent me with the Car sale, if I am unable to return to the USA for some reason
Hiring offer included base salary plus sales commission for working at a retail store. After one year I was asked to assume all the same duties for two stores. Employer reduced my total commission at each store because "it gives you a disproportionate amount of total commission". My commission is... Read more »
Without seeing your entire employment contract I would think not; however, both the rate of pay and the amount of commission should be included--and is so, this change has violated the contract. So, if you still want to work there I advise you to object to the lowering of your remuneration and...Read more »
Reading between the lines, it sounds to me like you are selling the house to someone who is renting it from you; is that right? If so, unless the written buy/sell agreement or the written lease prohibit the buyer/renter from doing what he apparently is doing (getting a jump on the situation by...Read more »
I can't speak for state-specific requirements for contracts under Indiana law. But your question remains open for a month. As a general legal premise, there are certain fundamental requirements for a contract to be valid, such as the proper identification of the parties, the exactness and certainty...Read more »
We have overpaid the contractual asking price. The seller has taken out an extra mortgage on house. Is threatening to kick us out, If we don't keep paying her. How do we proceed with this and what rights do we have? Contract is signed buy us and the seller and is notarized.
You should consult an attorney for advice on exactly how you want to proceed, but I can give you some general information about this type of case and some of the options you may have. Let's take it a step at a time.
First, to kick you out the seller will need a court order. To do get a...Read more »
I signed a 5 year lease, my landlady is a friend. But if anything needs fixed she sends her son, who by the way is not licensed to do any of it. He usually will show up very late around 8 PM or later to fix things. I get up at 3 AM to go to work each day mind you. Some things that need fixed are... Read more »
I sometimes tell my business clients that they need a lawyer, an accountant, an insurance broker, and maybe a banker and that they should never trust one of them to do the job of another. I tell them I can't tell them what insurance policy to buy, and they shouldn't get their legal advice from...Read more »
My mother signed a land contract 12/5/2015 to purchase a certain property for $50,000. The contract is now completed, all monies have been paid and she is seeking the deed. Recently my mother has accepted an offer on the sale of the home. She called the seller at this time asking him to meet her at... Read more »
I'm not sure this is a matter for law enforcement. This sounds more like a civil matter than criminal fraud. There might or might not be a civil tort claim for fraud, but the fact that the seller had a lawyer contact your mother makes this sound more like a case of "seller's remorse" than fraud....Read more »
We will have to forcloseits if we can't find help this will ruin our family the home is a conventional 97 home ready for a single woman two kids with a cosigner the home is supposed to be habitable and it's not we cannot afford two homes we are supposed to be selling our current home but had to... Read more »
If you haven't had results in finding someone through the lawyer listings of this site or through your own independent searches, you could try the Indiana State Bar Association. They have lawyer referral resources for the public. Good luck
Landlord considers this "minor maintenance," but again, lease leaves a gray area. It specifically lists light bulbs and furnace filters, but not water filters. Also, replacing filters is good for the long-term health of the appliance they own and provide via the lease, so Indiana Code would... Read more »
The landlord verbally agreed to certain necessary repairs which I have evidence of in text and then backed out several months after we moved in. Things like black mold and leaking roof and floor repairs. We did not sign a lease or verbally agree to a lease. We just paid the deposit and first... Read more »
Unless you pay all the rent you owe the landlord COULD try to sue you--in small claims court. If I were you I would concentrate on moving out ASAP, and not worry about the landlord being unhappy. The outrageous problems you have suffered are more than sufficient to defeat any legal claim for rent...Read more »
If you have a signed a written employment contract with your employer look closely for any terms that would allow you to break the contract or broken promises made by the employer; but before you do anything you should run this stuff by an Indiana lawyer experienced in employment law.
Land lord was notified via text message on the 21th. Promised to have someone fix it. It has not been done as of 7/6/19 nor has she responded to my text I sent 1 week ago asking about the status of the repairs. I have not had any hot water in my home since 6/21. I have rented a hotel room once a... Read more »
While your written lease terms will control this unusual situation==generally speaking--landlords are responsible to make sure that their leased property is suitable for living; and tenants do not have to remain in structures that are not in livable condition. Absent some unforeseen issues, IMO,...Read more »
We have paid 500 of the contract. With another 300 that was also in the contract for a dump truck. We plan on paying 700 on Friday. We have been working on the house and now they are trying to move back in the contract is not even 2 weeks old all delays have been because of them. We got the power... Read more »
Long story short I thought I was getting a loan turned out to be a speed lease I need to know if I let this Harley go back since it’s not a loan just a lease can they sue me? I was lied to by the dealership and the lease people said I could buy out of it for 12000 when I only paid 11000 to start... Read more »
Rental agreement lapsed. Tenant was contacted 24 hr in advance via phone but the number was disconnected. Tenant claims we violated their rights. We called another resident 2 1/2hr prior and they agreed to let us in verbally.
I have been a tenant for 2 years in this house. I was not planning to buy a house soon, so I agreed to renew my lease when the agency asked for signing a renewal in Nov 2018. Meanwhile, an opportunity arose to buy a house and I promptly gave notice to the agency that I was planning to leave by July... Read more »
If the new lease you signed in November does not start until July 25, signing the release agreement NOW will give the landlord almost 3 months to find a new tenant. The case law requires all landlords to make a reasonable effort to locate a new tenant in order to "mitigate" their "losses." If they...Read more »
My fiance had a verbal agreement w the new landowner to do maintenance work in order to pay our rent. He was supposed to be working for $18 HR and we have done our best to try and log his hours.He also keeps every text message and has a log of all calls.he had worked well over what it would take to... Read more »
When it comes down to it, its your word against the landlord's. You need to show evidence of the agreement, whether that is a witness to the conversations or party to them. If you have any sort of evidence of the agreement in writing or communications, such as text messages or emails, you can use...Read more »
Our lease states that if a tenant vacates the premises before the lease is up, the Lessor can relet the apartment to a new tenant, but the original tenant is still obligated to pay the remainder of their lease term as well. Doesn't Indiana law say otherwise?
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