I have a rental agreement for two Minnesota vehicles fo pay $75 a month for each vehicle for storage. It have been almost 3 years and the owners have paid me for one month only. My storage is in Wisconsin. The owners of the vehicles owe me approximately $4k+ what do I need to do to gain ownership... View More
To pursue ownership of the vehicles for unpaid storage fees, you would typically need to follow the lien sale process outlined in Wisconsin’s statutes. This often involves sending a notice of the lien to the vehicle owners, advertising the lien sale, and conducting the sale in compliance with the...View More
we summited a bid, it is stated that if our bid is not signed within the 25 days it is voided. never heard back from them until 30 days later, then we sent a letter saying we were withdrawing from the project. Now they are trying to sue us for 150K. Nothing was signed or agreed upon.
If it wasn’t signed within twenty five days it seems you have a solid defense. Likewise, if nothing was signed or agreed upon you should be in solid ground. Unfortunately, that's all I have to go on. An attorney can evaluate your situation better all the information.
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Under textbook contract law, a signed contract is a done deal, subject to exceptions. But since your contract is a lease, a landlord-tenant attorney should advise. Good luck
The city says we HAVE to have a bathroom accessible to the public, is this true? There is a public restroom in the restaurant. The customers can exit the retail store to the restaurant and technically use it there?
I adopted a wonderful puppy from a shelter few months back. Unfortunately, due to a sudden illness and other events I’m no longer fit to provide him the best care and believe rehoming is the best option for him.
The adoption contract I signed states that if I’m no longer able to keep... View More
Document your attempts (emails & phone records) to contact them. I don't know how much money is at stake, but it seems unlikely they would sue. A letter from an attorney may be an inexpensive choice for your piece of mind. You may want to inform new owners of this fact.
I'm looking to sue someone near the Houston, TX area for an unpaid debt on goods received a little over a year ago. We agreed upon an amount, around $24000. I sent him the goods (sports cards) a little over a year ago. To this day he has only paid me around $1700. He is from the Houston area... View More
A Minnesota or Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. You mention that you are seeking an attorney - in addition to your own searches, you could check the "Find a Lawyer" tab above for Collection or Civil Litigation attorneys. Additionally, most...View More
I took out a 2nd mortgage in September of 2007 with Beneficial Loan and Trust. Shortly after this, they went out of business. I tried to make payments and contact them, but my payments were returned and was never able to get a hold of anyone. I waited for documentation of transfer, assumption,... View More
More than likely the best course to take is to hire competent MN attorney to file a Quiet Title Action. Lapse of the SOL should be a strong argument that the Mortgage/Deed of Trust should not remain against the real property. You are asking the Court to declare the Lien released.
a levy was filed on my husband by a CC company in Dakota county. There was $2880.00 frozen in our account because of it. My husband is currently in the Feds at FCI Gilmer in WV. He has been there for over 1 year. The judgement is for debt that was incurred before we were married or even knew each... View More
Open a. Ew account only in your name to protect yourself. If you can show that the money in this account that was seized came from your earnings, you should be able to recover it. You need to move fast as there are time limitations on filing such objections. I recommend you hire a lawyer to help...View More
Unless you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a mask or face shield, you can be required to wear one while performing your work. If you do have a medical condition, you should work with your doctor to request an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act from your...View More
Hello there. The facts you pose begs the questions what provided reason by the company for not paying your commissions, and whether you have a written contract that governs the relationship. Also, the state law in the state you live in may govern your relationship with the company. Generally, a...View More
My question with this is can someone legally “hire” for work under the title employee without ever expecting or receiving compensation from their employer. And can NDA be introduced in those working terms?
If you hire an employee, you will need to comply with the federal and state wage and hour laws with regard to compensating that employee. You should consult an employment law attorney in your area for advice.
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