Contractor took my money, blocked me in my house so that I could not see that they were ripping apart the WRONG part of my house. I escaped, told them to STOP ripping apart the WRONG part of my house, but they refused. They not only refused to to the work as described in the contract, they caused... Read more »
You cannot force these guys to do the work. You have to get the work done by someone else, and then sue the first guys for the damages as calculated by the next person. The issue is collecting a judgment. If the first company was a scam and the people are not real contractors, you might have...Read more »
We are fostering a special needs cat from a veterinary clinic which was also my fiancé’s employer. The Foster agreement was meant to lead into an adoption. However due to circumstances that were unavoidable she resigned her position. Now there is conflict with clinic which might lead to them... Read more »
Most fostering agreements do not contain provisions for ownership. Any legal rights that you may potentially have will be contained in the fostering agreement or through written or oral statements made by the employer.
It is necessary to review the contract to provide an effective legal answer. However, no one is oblogato the impossible, if it is really impossible. Impossibility does not mean that it is more costly, it means that there is no way to achieve that purpose. Now, to interpret what Impossible means...Read more »
It is important to understand that brand and trademark are different concepts. You can create a brand using that designation, and from a marketing point it might be alright. However, from a legal standpoint it is a best practice to go through a clearance process thinking of trademark and copyright...Read more »
i have a store i am renting in Manhattan (footwear) i am there since 1991 i approach the landlord back in March stating that i cannot pay the rent due to COVID, we start negotiating with 2 months free rent , however in march we had the lock down, the told me that we will see what happen and they... Read more »
It depends how your clause is written. As you defaulted before the PAUSE order in March, you do not get all of the COVID protections, including the voiding of guarantees like yours in NYC. You should continue to try to work something out. Once the courts start hearing cases again, my belief is...Read more »
It's difficult to offer a simple "yes" or "no" answer your question based on these brief facts alone. If you consult with an attorney for a more meaningful evaluation, they are likely going to ask to see the contract, they are likely going to ask what exactly "the...Read more »
I have not received test results and I have been working in biohazardous conditions that were not outlined in my contract. I also cannot return home yet since my father is battling a 9/11 related cancer and is extremely... Read more »
An employment attorney should advise on your matter, but you await a response for a week. In addition to reaching out to an employment law attorney, you could also consider consulting with a workers' comp attorney to learn about whether the nature of your job duties might possibly be relevant...Read more »
I have applied to University during Covid and got a Conditional Offer right away. In order to get CAS(letter of acceptance ) I had to meet all the conditions. During four months University kept asking me for more and more information and I provided them all. I got an answer that I almost got in the... Read more »
I'm sorry for your ordeal. Unfortunately, I don't believe you would have a cause of action for emotional distress, which is generally based more on intentional or reckless conduct that is outrageous on the part of the wrongdoer. But you could present the facts to other attorneys for their...Read more »
I did not want to purchase the warranty but without it I was not going to be allowed to purchase the vehicle. I requested written information regarding the warranty but nobody at the dealership was able to provide me with that, all they could do was tell me that it was mandatory and would be valid... Read more »
I work in solar sales, paid commission. Normally I get 25% when job is started and 75% of my pay when it is installed (typically 2-3 months later but covid made that 4-6 months). My company took the PPP money and paid all the salespeople on all their jobs the full amount with those funds. However,... Read more »
Hi! I'm an international student at Cornell University. My roommate and I currently live in an off-campus apartment in Ithaca. Due to the virus situation, we decided to move to Long Island and study online next semester. However, before the pandemic, we renewed and extended our lease to next... Read more »
I have tried calling them and they would decline my call and respond with I'm sorry I cant talk right now. Me and my husband have already made the full payment and we would like to know what are some precautions we need to take from here because it seems that the Wedding Studio is also... Read more »
We are Canadians. A contract was signed in October of 2019 with a payment of 1/4 of the site rental for the 2020 season. Covid 19 and borders closing forced us to put our trailer to sleep and pay half the site rental, an amendment make to our contract. In the meantime we have sold the trailer.... Read more »
One would need to review the contract and its modifications to offer meaningful input. As a general premise of U.S. contract law, a contract cannot be modified unilaterally - both sides generally need to agree to a modification of a contract. As for the trailer, unfortunately, owning or not owning...Read more »
Management knew that I wont be on the lease but id be living there as I went with him to sign the lease. I've done some research on squatters rights but iam unsure if it pertains to me. I'd like to stay with the apartment but would like to advise management. This building is not Section 8... Read more »
If the building is subject to Rent Stabilization or other rent regulation, you may be entitled to succession rights provided you lived with your farther for the required time before he passed. Even if that isn’t the case, many landlords would be happy to keep on a good tenant
When a claim is dismissed with prejudice, that generally means the claim cannot be brought again. Your description mentions a counterclaim. You could consider consulting with an attorney who handles contract litigation to review the impact of the dismissal on the case. Good luck
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