The company would not provide a quote and contacted the insurance company directly to receive our information about our claim. I did not sign the contract and do not agree to the terms. They will charge $3500 to cancel the contract. He is unemployed due to Covid and is now unable to fulfill this... Read more »
This question makes no sense to me. Why do you "want to come out of the (employment) contract" if the employer has already told you they have "decided not to proceed" with hiring you? It sounds to me like there is no contract because you told the employer that you changed your...Read more »
The business says a refund is only refunded due to inclement weather. The city of New Orleans is on a mandatory shutdown and the event is cancelled, so the business won’t be needed. They said they won’t give the deposit back and use it as a credit. The event won’t be happening or rescheduled... Read more »
Which resulted in two break in,which the property manager confessed to providing a master key to a guest not leasing with the complex on a police report,can the property manager be held responsible as well as an accessory for my home being broken into for a second time
It would be difficult for a Louisiana attorney to advise you on that, given the basic question-answer format of this board. You should think about contacting a Louisiana attorney and setting up a consultation. The forms you mention could depend on your business. Some forms are standard templates;...Read more »
Unless people in Louisiana do not speak the same language as the rest of the English-speaking world the meaning of the word "renewable" is not confusing; in this context the word "renewable" it means the contract is "renewable after the fifth month of the contract is (sic)...Read more »
Teaching opportunity: The law is not designed to solve every little problem that comes your way during this lifetime; the Latin phrase for this rule is "De minimus non curat lex." Accordingly, if Louisiana laws regarding "rental law" do not contain anything about landlords...Read more »
If your contract had a deadline to pay the deposit and the buyer failed to pay, then he could likely be in breach of the contract. Depending on your default provisions in your contract, you could possibly rescind the sale. If he intentionally misled you regarding depositing money in escrow, you...Read more »
Unfortunately, you are now responsible--to the landlord--for all of the rent. If you default the landlord will probably sue BOTH of you--which might not be a bad thing--for you. Meantime, try to find a new roommate?
In most situations I am familiar with the dealer who leased the car has no authority to enforce the lease financing agreement. The financing company owns the leased car until the end of the lease, at which time the person leasing it has an option to purchase it from the leasing company. If they do...Read more »
You have equal rights to the leased property without a court order based on domestic violence. Either move and notify to our landlord in writing that he has a dog and is violent, or file a protective order.
Buyer's real estate agent has taken advantage of my elderly parents since the start. Buyer has failed to make payments on time every month since signing. 45 days have been given each time. The contract said for improvements to be made to houses and property. None have been made. Rather the... Read more »
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