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
A dismissal with prejudice means that the dismissed claim may not be brought/filed again.
My response provides only general information and is not intended to provide you with specific legal advice, nor create an attorney-client relationship. You should not use or rely on this information...Read more »
It depends on the terms of your lease. If you took "as is" and there is no representation that it is for office use, you might have problems. If there is such a representation, you have a defense if the landlord comes after you for the money.
This is a contingency contract depended on we sell the property located in FL. Because this pandemic happened, we didn't sell a property located in FL. So we don't have money to purchase the Property located in Steuben county, NY. The seller refuses to return our deposit ($10K).
Depending on where the company is located in relationship to where you live, you may be able to bring a small claims action against the company, seeking the amount you prepaid as well as the mower. Any written documentation including claim check or price quote would be very important in proving...Read more »
You won't be able to make the claim in small claims court in NY. The Defendant must reside, work or have a business address within the five western towns of Suffolk County. You'd have to bring the claim in county court, which will be considerably more expensive and may be cost...Read more »
My contract calls for weekly compensation and commissions but they are ignoring my written requests for past due weekly compensation, expense reimbursements and commissions. I am in possession of their goods used as samples
My bank recently sent out a letter asking everyone with an account to opt in/out of their new arbitration agreement. I called their office to get more information on what this exactly meant as their letter also did not specify what changes were going to happen and how they affect me or my money.... Read more »
It would be difficult for an attorney here to tell you to opt out or not opt out without seeing the arbitration agreement. In terms of arbitration agreements as a GENERAL matter, whether they apply to contract, employment, real estate, car sales, etc., what it often means is that a person accepts...Read more »
my great aunt left a will naming nieces and nephews.
only my mother's immediate family - two brothers and sisters were in close contact and took active care of her. i.e shopping. hospitalizations from repeated falls, helping her walk and treating her infections.
Anti-lapse statute in NY allows children of named beneficiaries to receive gifts. Since the deceased beneficiaries died without children it doesn’t apply. Most properly drafted Will address that contingency. An attorney would have to see the Will to properly advise in this case.
My mom started with a new physical therapy practice back in Aug 0f 2019. She has medicare and blue cross blue shield. They said they accepted her insurance and proceeded to make copies of her insurance cards. At each visit, they never asked her for a co-payment. She recently called the... Read more »
Unfortunately, all medical offices will collect all co-payments where due. But most do not like to present patients with surprise bills. She could ask them if they would consider installment payments or some sort of deferment plan to reduce the financial shock. It looks like your mom in good faith...Read more »
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