I always worked late out of town, my wife found a house negotiated the lease and signed it.. she passed in sept2020 I was going to move until I ran across the lease. She also signed my name and it’s in my name also... I have never even met the landlord in 2-1/2 years until a few days ago.. am I... Read more »
Look at TCA 62-2-601 and 602 - This explanation is from the State's website: A corporation, partnership, or firm offering architectural, engineering, or landscape architectural services to the public may engage in the practice of architecture, engineering, or landscape architecture in...Read more »
You can only sue under the Federal securities laws if you were sold a security. The test commonly used by the courts to decide whether you were sold a security is known as the Howey Test. If you were the only investor who made a loan for a specific return of interest it's unlikely you were...Read more »
We have all in my building just received a notice they're doing a lender's inspection next Tuesday the notice States the tenant must stand outside while they're doing the inspection they cannot legally make me do that can they I'm not real happy about that and I do not have... Read more »
Contact the landlord- The lease will control and it probably doesn't provide a way out under the circumstances. But most landlords will work with you - if you give them enough notice to find someone to replace you. So you may have to pay a couple of months rent. Some people are not paying...Read more »
Your question remains open for five weeks - you could consider contacting auctioneers. They might be able to direct you to attorneys familiar with the law in this area. It's a narrow field and might not be something that the average general business law/contract attorney deals with. Good luck...Read more »
I am not aware of a prohibition on clauses that auto renew in contracts. But haven't researched the issue either. I believe there is at least one state that does restrict(and there may be others) so you would need to be careful whether you are contracting with someone in a state that may...Read more »
If there was a TN Residential Disclosure Statement which was false, you might sue for misrepresentation withing 1 year. Has a lawyer searched the Title? It may not be good and suit for Warrany Breach may be possible also. Absent blatant fraud, Rescission is probably not promising.
I asked her why the increase and she told me that she had families on a waiting list willing to pay more. I explained to her that I did not mind the increase and that she just went up and with everything going on that it just seems shady. She sent me a message back stating she would send my final... Read more »
I am not sure the question. If you are wondering if the landlord can 1) raise the rent or 2) terminate and not renew - on a renewal - the answer would be in your lease which should have provisions as to how the lease ends- and perhaps renews. There is also generally "hold over"...Read more »
It usually depends on the language in the purchase contract, but if the contract doesn’t cover this sort of illness or you can prove the breeder knew about the illness, you Can sue for your financial losses and vet bills.
Your lease will control how the lease is renewed. Look at your lease. The lease may automatically renew- unless you give notice of termination. It may renew if you give notice that you are renewing- either either of those- your notice was enough.
It may depend on the language in your contract to purchase. If your agreement is enforceable and you are not in breach you may be able to stop the person from selling the house again. You should talk to a lawyer.
I have a contract to buy/live in a camper. The other party is extorting me for more than agreement, and wont let me back In my home. I've already paid 2600 of the 3300 we originally agreed upon and now she wants an additional $1000 out of no where. I have been told if I am seen near the camper... Read more »
I would retain a local attorney soon to file suit against the former owner of the camper. You can also call the police and make a charge of harassment or theft; however, I would let your attorney know before you do that.
You need to read the contract very carefully. But even with no cancellation term, suing the actual contracting party for specific performance will be expensive. Proving breach of contract damages will also be difficult, but a judgment might be collectible. A pro se suit in General Sessions might...Read more »
I was financing an individual one of my vehicles, the individual quit paying only vehicle and from what I have been told has traded the car off for something else and by doing that he forged a bill of sale and then lied to the person he traded to and said he was waiting on the title . I Have not... Read more »
My neighbor, who also owned owned the home in the past, put a no trespassing sign on the door the day I purchased. The building sits extremely close to the property line if not splitting it. I had the tax record pulled and the building has been on the tax record for my lot since the house was built... Read more »
If the neighbor has cut the power, and put up a no trespassing sign- if you intend to maintain a claim to the building (and the property it is on- you will likely need to hire an attorney to pursue your interests. Boundary disputes are tough. If the building was erected by the owner to your...Read more »
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