On July 20, 2020 I signed a contract for windows for my home (around $7,000). On 9/10 I got an e-mail telling me the windows would be ready 10/29. It is now 2/26/21 and they tell me they will install on 3/29. On 2/11/21 I sent them an e-mail stating that as a commission salesperson the bottom... Read more »
A lawyer would have to review the actual contract terms to determine if you have a right to cancel, whether their delay was a breach of contract or if the virus lockdown excuses the delay, or whether they failed to comply with all the required consumer protection notices and right of cancellation...Read more »
My dad signed a 2 year business lease on 1-19-2021. He passed away 1-31-2021. He leased for 30 years from the landlord, was never late with his payment and now the landlord wants my mom to pay him a year's worth of rent to end the lease. She was never on the lease. They were married for 60... Read more »
Signed an amendment for 1200$ to be left in escrow for repairs. Closed on selling the house. Now 5 weeks later realtor contacts me asking to give buyer 1200$. Apparently their realtor failed to submit it to the title company and the money wasn’t left in escrow. Am I legally required to just hand... Read more »
If the title company released the $1200 to you already, because the agent failed to notify them, then it is the agent's problem -- unless you feel obliged to refund it for the buyer to make repairs. You aren't "legally" required to pay anything until someone files a lawsuit and...Read more »
This is something that an Ohio attorney could advise best on, since it could involve elements of state law. But your question remains open for a while. Until you can reach out to an Ohio attorney for more meaningful guidance based on the specific facts of your situation, as a GENERAL premise...Read more »
The terms of your contract between you and "employer" would govern what happens if services are suspended and you had made sales that qualify for payment prior to the suspension. Often times, employers will put people on 1099 arrangements when in fact they have a more traditional...Read more »
About 30 years ago, my father, who recently passed away, created a will listing my grandmother as executor and me as guardian of estate along with my supposed half-brother. My grandmother passed away 13 years ago, I am in my mid 30s, and my supposed half-brother just turned 30. Would his will from... Read more »
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a month. There's no guarantee that all questions are picked up, but you could repost and include Probate and Estate Planning as categories. If you still get no response, you could reach out to Ohio attorneys for more meaningful...Read more »
But the buyout fee is several thousand dollars and they won’t accept multiple payments... if we could afford that, we wouldn’t be moving… Is there no such thing as a hardship action for Ohio?? Is there any kind of legal help because of the current pandemic with so many people losing their jobs?
I am assuming that you are currently in a lease or rental agreement. If an eviction action is filed for non-payment (as you are probably leaving regardless), then you can request a stay based upon COVID and the CARES Act. The CDC now requires you to file an affidavit that you have attempted to...Read more »
Paid $600 for car I have title and keys. Also paid $300 for a trailer no title. Now the trailer is impounded and the person on the title doesn't want to sell it to me but her boyfriend already took my money
A section of my HOA's Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions and Easements clearly states that they are responsible for storm water drainage in common areas of the neighborhood: "It shall be the obligation of the Association to properly maintain, repair, operate and control... Read more »
Talk to other board members and persuade a majority to act. Or find other homeowners who want action taken with you and are willing to serve on the HOA board, and try to get a majority of new board members elected to take that action. Otherwise, use the Find a Lawyer tab and retain a local real...Read more »
Exclusive Rights to Represent buyer ("Agreement") is between the "Client" which has 2 names on it and the "Broker". Only the broker and one person mentioned in the "Client" section signed the agreement, the other person that is listed as client refused to... Read more »
If the broker files a case in court, that makes it a "valid case" against the one client who signed, and that defendant must file an answer to the complaint by the deadline. Whether broker's case can succeed, depends on the contract and all the facts. Defendant must discuss all...Read more »
Send him written notice of termination. If it is a financial POA, also notify any banks, insurance companies, or others with whom you might have business dealings that his POA has been terminated. If it is a health care POA, notify your doctors and other medical facilities where you are a patient.
It depends on what your lease says about having other occupants stay in your premises. If she tries to evict you, then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney who handles eviction matters to review the situation and advise you. Note that an eviction is a permanent public...Read more »
You'll have to work it out with landlord. If you signed a lease, then fail to move in and pay rent, landlord can sue you for breach of the lease. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney who can review the lease and all the facts, and then advice you of your options...Read more »
Within a few months the same issue began. We contacted the company who performed the initial work and through numerous attempts and 8 missed appointments on the company's end, the issue is still not fixed and our renters are threatening to move out. Additionally, the septic company instructed... Read more »
You can sue the contractor in small claims court up to $6000. Check your local court for the form to file. But you must present proof that the work was not done properly, so have another contractor inspect and provide a written quote for repairs. Or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local...Read more »
An Ohio attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for four weeks. With most types of property damage claims, there isn't usually an issue in providing copies of, or disclosing findings of reports. It's difficult to speculate what could be causing the protracted course of...Read more »
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