maintaince was scheduled to do repairs in my unit between thursday and friday , upon returning my unit some things were missing in my unit , I made a police report and stated to the property manager that I no longer felt safe and violated and I wanted to rescind my contract, the only option I was... Read more »
Homeowner in Texas. I contracted with (name withheld) for concrete and electrical work. I paid 50% upon signing. Work started 5 weeks after the estimated start date. They worked 3 days (some light excavation) and then all communication abruptly ceased 3 weeks ago. The contractor is unreachable by... Read more »
If I were to take this case, I would start by reading your contract and creating an effective litigation strategy. After outlining the strategy, I would move forward with the plan. It looks like you have taken a few steps already, but it does not look like you have taken any formal steps. If your...Read more »
In 2014 I created drawing samples for a person who asked for them because she was writing a children's book. I sent a set of 4 designs and asked her to choose the one she liked best. She chose two and said that she would speak to me again after she talked to her PR person. But I didn't... Read more »
I work for a company who is a contractor for a bigger company. I recently applied to work for the bigger company, was offered a job, then told I couldn’t work for them because my current employer (their contractor) and them signed a contract with a no hire clause in it.
An antipoaching or no-poaching agreement between two businesses may or may not be legal based on the language of the agreement and the particular circumstances of your particular case. Ordinarily, whether the employee knows about such an agreement is not a significant factor in determining whether...Read more »
I purchased a home in 2021 that came with 10 year warranty for the foundation. Recently, interior of home started having foundation issues on one side of the home. Company came out to take a look but refuse to fix the issue because warranty apparently has been voided for two reasons. 1. Warranty... Read more »
It is highly recommended that you not attempt to represent yourself in such a proceeding. Depending on whether your business is a sole proprietorship, limited liability company, or corporation, you may not be able to legally represent your business in a Texas court.
The contractor already accepted the money from the manufactured home company where we got the loan through to do the work on the septic system. Now he says because his mini excavator cannot penetrate The Rock underneath the dirt that we're going to have to spend an extra $2000 to put in an... Read more »
That depends on the wording of your contract with the contractor and what it says about subsurface soil conditions and the allocation of risks. You should take your written contract to an experienced construction law attorney for a consultation. If the contract is not overly long, you should be...Read more »
What can we do, is there a way to cancel or terminate. They are paying double now in light bills. Solar panels aren't producing what she was told it was going to produce. Now the company wants her to add more panels and pay more when my mom was told something completely different. She also... Read more »
This is becoming a common problem with residential solar systems. Many states will allow a consumer to terminate a transaction if fraud was involved.However, no one can give you specific advice on your mother's rights unless they get a detailed fact statement from her and review the contract...Read more »
Hello, I was in the process of buying a home in Dallas, TX. Currently I am working remotely from New Jersey and got home Mortgage approval on the basis of Remote work. Today I lost my project and came on Bench, It is not sure that my next project will be remote or onsite in New Jersey. I want to... Read more »
I am asking because I often encounter the problem of a third party "review" company trying to step in. I work in restoration and these companies always try to cut the bill no matter what or how we charge. Do I have legal recourse to tell them that my contract is between the homeowner and... Read more »
No, in Texas, district courts do not have exclusive jurisdiction over at-will employment contract disputes. Under Section 24.007 of the Texas Government Code, a district court has jurisdiction of a civil matter in which the amount in controversy is more than $500, exclusive of interest. That is...Read more »
The contract was signed last year 7/21. After the money was sent, the individual vanished. I tried several times to collect payment. The money was indented and written for the investment of an 18- wheeler truck. The contract also stated I could have rights to drive. At this time I'm not... Read more »
If a termination section of a contract states that, "In the event of termination of this Agreement, Sections 9, 11, 12, and 14 shall survive such termination," but no such sections are in the contract, is it enforceable? The termination requires a termination fee, but I am afraid to... Read more »
The key principle that a court will use to interpret a contract is: what was the intent of the parties? The fact that the Agreement specifically mentions these Sections by number strongly indicates an intent that such Sections form a part of the contract agreed to by the parties. It is likely...Read more »
Seller is financing land to multiple families on the same tract. Property has not been subdivided so seller just calculates an amount. He will not be able to keep up with his end of the deal as we are in contract for 5.5 acres which are now being reduced to about 4.3. I have paid two years of... Read more »
The installers had to reset the tracts across the entire roof left original holes open my house flooded they sent an inspector out he said they were at fault. The company said they would fix my roof This was in December 2020 we started having issues with the outlets and breakers popping we would... Read more »
It has been 5 months and they kept blaming cps for delays. I have been in contact with CPS and they show no active work order on my account. Found out today they messed up on the contract and cps has been rejecting it. They want me to sign a new contract. Stated if I don't original contract is... Read more »
A Deed of Trust commemorates a security interest in a piece of real estate, typically a mortgage debt. The holder of the Deed of Trust does not own the home; it only owns a security interest in the home. It is unlikely that you are the party to whom the debt is owed.
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