also my contract was not right and also they had a vsi on there for 125 which that is what I thought but find out it is for 27 months never was told this also the whole contract did not make sense the money on the paper were not right just a lot wrong with this whole deal I stop paying after 5... View More
New cars and other new motor vehicles are covered by manufacturers' warranties. These warranties must follow the rules set by the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) (refer to the section on Warranties for more information). The manufacturer's warranty...View More
Removing and replacing roof including the framing. No roof, just tarps, some water got in. It was expected in this type of job, hence the terms and conditions. Customer filed a claim with my insurance even though the Terms and Conditions she signed directly states that I'm not liable for any... View More
It sounds as if the homeowner breached your contract by filing an insurance claim when she shouldn't have. I'd ask her to withdraw the claim. It sounds like she is also interfering with your General Contractor. Yet, since you stated things seem to be ok for the moment, that's...View More
Without knowing more, it's impossible to render any competent advice. However, sometimes knowing what to expect helps. You should know and be ready to discuss any legal defenses you think you have. If you haven't denied or disputed the debt, you should think about what assets you have...View More
Since you apparently did not agree to these terms, it's very doubtful that you are directly liable for it. But be careful, the owner, presumably your landlord, may be liable and he/she may be able to pass the costs onto you through the Lease.
I want to know how to protect myself legally from being extorted, violating 18 U.S.C. § 1470- Transfer of obscene material to minors, or just in general accidentally sending NSFW content to a minor because I have no idea who is on the other end of the profile looking to purchase my nude... View More
Thanks for your question. In order to answer fully, I'd need to know, at a minimum, terms of the business purchase and what you want to patent. I'd also need to review the business purchase documents. If you're interested in hiring my firm for this, please just let me know. Thank you.
Was sold a car, Private sale, and was lied to about the condition the car was in. I know I most likely will have nothing there to get money back on, but in the bill of sales there were items that were listed that were not given or received. The price of all items adds up to about 9k, and because of... View More
A New Hampshire attorney could advise best on this, as insurance coverage is generally governed by state specific-elements. But your question remains open for two weeks. The problem with such a legally broad term is that it could be defined in more than one way, depending on the statute and...View More
If in fact, as you state, she has a month to month tenancy, then you have to give her 30 days notice to quit the apartment. These cases are tricky, if she won't leave, you should hire an landlord tenant attorney. attorney Brian Shaughnessy is the attorney I use to evict my own tenants. He is...View More
If you are the one drafting the contract in might be in your best interest to pick your own state-however, in some instances the other state may have contract laws that benefit your interests better. Also keep in mind that when entering into a contract with a person from another state, that may...View More
This should come down to ownership and the verbal agreement you have with them. Not sure why they would be able to use them without your permission and with something in writing. If they are up on YouTube, you control the passwords and the content. Again, not sure form these facts what the...View More
The rules of the court state if the defendant does not respond to the summary judgement motion, then the case will be dismissed. Courts like to dismiss cases so this is unusual, if the summary judgment motion was not filed within the time frame of the rules that were set by the parties then the...View More
Husband is an independent contractor under contract for Contracting Cable Co A that contracts work from Contracting Cable Co B that contracts work from Major Cable Co C. Contracting Cable Co B is requiring an inspection of independent contractors personally owned work ladders and requiring said... View More
He doesn't HAVE to pay anything until a Court orders him to. If the A/C is really that old, it's probably not worth much and I find it unlikely that someone would file a lawsuit (and pay a filing fee) for such a small amount. Even if they did file a lawsuit, they'd need to prove...View More
Myy physician broke a contract by leaving one practice and opening his own. I legally can not see him for two years. I need to see him. Is there any way for me to get a copy of the injunction and file a motion to see him and what would that be called. I have searched the web for a copy of the... View More
Call or write to your doctor at his new office and request a copy. Rather than trying to obtain a copy, why not simply call your doctor and schedule an appointment. If his staff questions you, point out that you were his patient before he went with his last practice, and you wish to remain his...View More
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