You inquiry is too vague. I suggest you re-post your inquiry with more specifics, such as exactly who is requiring what (but not naming names), indicating what type of business needs what type of coverage, for what activity, and the source of whatever requirement you're talking about (such as...Read more »
Hi, there is more information needed to answer this question properly. The State of Florida can acquire properties in foreclosure for unpaid taxes and other surplus lands pursuant to the Murphy Act. Please provide additional information.
Yes, the Florida statute that governs Full and Final Accord and Satisfaction is Florida Statute 673.3111. You have to tender the check with proper notice for it to be effective. Also, it depends what your contract with the contractor says. You can't just write a check for a dollar and call it...Read more »
Former and Current Board Members Are Posting on Web Sites [NOT ADMINISTERED BY THE BOARD] about the Corporation Internal Affairs, Including, but Not Limited to - NEXTDOOR - ORLANDO TRILOGY RESIDENTS (CASCADES/GROVELAND RESIDENTS, PAST AND PRESENT) - OFFICIAL CASCADES OF GROVELAND RESIDENTS... Read more »
Interesting issue, which I don't have expertise in, but my somewhat-educated guess is: Regarding the issue of disclosure itself, without regard to whether it causes damage to the corporation, the answer to your question may depend on whether your corporation has a written confidentiality...Read more »
Florida doesn't have income taxes. The U.S. government does. I suggest you go to irs.gov, download a form 1040, and the instructions for that form. After reviewing those documents, you should have a better idea of how income tax works.
I am a yacht teak deck installation specialist. I have an LLC in Florida for this service. This is a service only and does not involve the selling or reselling of anything. Usually I am sub contracted by other teak decking companies. I have some contract work along the West Coast lined up in... Read more »
Our association Bylaws call for staggered terms of Board members. 3 members with most votes get 3 year term, 2 members with with next most votes get 2 years and finally the 2 least votes serve one year term. My question is this.
Can an elected board member that received the least votes and... Read more »
That's impossible to answer without reading the Articles of Incorporation and the Bylaws. Generally, these provisions apply to initial terms and then directors serve three year terms following the next election so that the terms are always staggered. If you are not sure of the language in...Read more »
My experience with filing Articles of Organization via e-fax is it becoming effective the next business day. I have never had to wait 8 weeks. When you file the Articles of Organization specify an effective date 5 business days before the filing date. See Section 605.0702 of the Florida Statutes.
A company sent me someone’s homeowners insurance paperwork through airdrop. I work in the building next to them. It has the homeowner’s name’s and addresses on the first page. It’s four pages worth of information
A normal procedure for someone who was an unintended recipient of information is to contact the sender so they can resend it to the correct person, and to destroy the information received. Best regards.
I purchased a taxi dispatch service in April 2022 for $8000 down and $3000 a month until $80,000 is paid in full. The manager of my company started working with the seller to underhandedly take back the company. THe manager quit on Dec 1 and text all my clients offering lower rates. He then... Read more »
The way you describe the facts, I'd call it a crime, which should be reported to the police (plus you'd have various civil causes of action, meaning grounds for a lawsuit). However, if you got into some kind of dispute with the seller and/or manager, they might have a completely different...Read more »
A graphics design client is refusing to pay after receiving and utilizing goods. Invoices have been sent, due dates have passed, attempts at communicating are met with hostility. Total is $500, prior to waiving $200 worth of additional project fees in an effort to encourage payment.
Assuming Puerto Rico has some sort of small claims procedure, you could contact an attorney there for the purpose of suing the client in Puerto Rico. Or, depending on circumstances, you might be able to sue in Florida.
I recently performed service work for a company. The contract can be voided at any time by any party. There was no requirement to provide previous proof of work. They performed KYC and I passed without any issue.
I completed my contractually required work. Just as I was finishing, the... Read more »
It sounds like you may very well have a valid cause of action for breach of contract, unjust enrichment and/or quantum meruit. You are most likely owed the value of the work you performed. You should set up a consultation with an attorney who handles breach of contract disputes, present the...Read more »
They offer two payment methods online; pay by credit card or pay with bank account. Both options charge a convenience fee. They do not offer any other way to pay the dues. My understanding is that the convenience fee is only charged as a convenience alternative to a standard method of payment.
If you mail a check they have to accept it. They cannot legally refuse any form of legal tender. The problem you might face is proving they received the payment. They cannot require only online payment but if they provide for online payment they can charge a convenience fee.
It is likely the lender may institute a cause of action against you individually (personal guarantee) and has a choice of bringing a suit in either state. If your loan does not provide for a choice of law provision (unlikely, read your loan agreement) then the law of the state where the suit will...Read more »
Florida law recognizes oral agreements in some situations- its the duration of the agreement more so than the nature of the agreement. However, in order for an oral agreement to bind, a court would have to determine that both parties acknowledge that there was an agreement made (meeting of the...Read more »
It is generally not advisable for you to draft your own contract if you want it to be legally enforceable. You can run into problems if the parties obligations are not adequately established by the language of the contracts. If you intend to run the business for a significant amount of time, it...Read more »
Yes, you absolutely can. However, be aware that under Fla. Stat. 57.105(7):
"(7) If a contract contains a provision allowing attorney’s fees to a party when he or she is required to take any action to enforce the contract, the court may also allow reasonable attorney’s fees to...Read more »
Us was different from what was on the contract, he wrote the amount on a sticky note . Now the dealer wants us to pay the remaining amount as the salesman gave us the wrong amount . Are we obligated to pay it .
If you are a private individual selling a car, you should NEVER sell a car unless you receive payment in full at the time of sale. If you are a dealer, you should have ample availability to lenders and/or you should have a professional business relationship with an attorney who can provide you with...Read more »
We would like to take on clients to split the funds that the program makes from the buys/sells, but we want to be sure we do it the right way, legally and for tax reasons. We are researching resources to make sure we do this properly.
You might be considered a financial institution for purposes of US regulations. Since this app would have an online presence and an international reach, you'd need to ask this question in every jurisdiction where you process payments. it is likely you'll need more than one type of lawyer...Read more »
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