Salim U. Shaikh's answer If tenant has followed the terms and timeline given in lease in order to terminate lease, landlord is not allowed to charge for termination. Expenses on renovation etc. have to be incurred by landlord.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Your question needs further clarity. You claimed suspension from job for 3 days and on 4th day you have to join back or what? Seek explanation from your employer and in the meantime consult with Attorney of local jurisdiction for specific advice.
Peter Munsing's answer You bet. The underinusured is like another liability claim except the lawyer has to show your case is worth more than the limits of liablity s/he collected for you. The workman is worth his hire. (1 Timothy 5:18)
Peter Munsing's answer Look at your fee agreement. It usually says for the amounts recovered. Two checks for one case mean that's the amount recovered. The exception might be if one was for property damage not part of an injury claim.
Kenneth V Zichi's answer Probably not, but if they try it is IMPORTANT that you defend yourself! Don't let court notices go unanswered, and be sure you have an attorney on board who can review the WHOLE situation to insure there isn't some important fact that would create liability that we are missing here!
Get a local lawyer on board NOW to help defend you if you feel this is likely to happen!
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Jonathan R. Roth's answer More information is needed to give you more detailed advice, but you have two basic options, revive the DE entity and sell the business or document the transfer of the business to the LLC and have it sell the business. The devil will be in the details. I would recommend you sell the assets of the business as opposed to the entity if you use the DE entity and liquidate it for capital gains purposes. Depending on the facts, there may be more options. I would contact a business attorney to...
Will Blackton's answer Possibly. Did you take the photo and create the meme? If not, someone else probably had a copyright interest in the image. If you use it without their permission or a valid license, you could be liable for copyright infringement. Making money is not a requirement for copyright infringement. Additionally, if you use photos of people, you could also be liable for misappropriation of likeness or infringing upon someone's right of publicity, depending on your state's laws.
Peter Munsing's answer Suggest you contact a member of the Delaware Ass'n for Justice like Thomas Crumplar--you can tell him I suggested you call. Malpractice cases are tough, and a bad result doesn't mean you have a case--even a horrible result. But you should check with Mr. Crumplar. If he can't help you try Jim Erisman's office.
Kenneth V Zichi's answer It is unclear what exactly you are asking, but I'm going to say 'yes' because regardless of how you interpret this you can leave assets to children, grandchildren, children AND grandchildren, or to Children first and then to grandchildren should something happen to the children.
But your statement in the will needs to be CLEAR AND UNAMBIGUOUS or there will be issues. Bottom line, it is ALWAYS a good idea to hire a local estate planning attorney to help you draft an appropriate will to...
Robert C. Collins II's answer The very terms of the Constitution, ratified by 11 of the original 13 colonies, replaced the terms of the Articles. For example, Article 5 of the Articles of Confederation sets out the make-up of Congress, while Article 1 of the Constitution sets out a new, different way to make up Congress. The Preamble to the Constitution itself says that it is now the Constitution. We don't "pretend" the Articles no longer apply. They no longer apply because the People decided to adopt a Constitution in...
Ben F Meek III's answer If you've been served with a judgment to that effect (or were in present in court when the judge pronounced his judgment), you are subject to that order or judgment. If you fail to move out, the next step will be to serve you with a citation for contempt of court, which will order you to appear and show cause why you shouldn't be punished for not obeying the prior order. Alternatively, the landlord may also be entitled to a writ of assistance, which is a judicial order removing you from the...
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