A joint venture contract was signed and the other person put a name of an LLC that was not filed until the following day, it showed up officially about 5 days later on sunbiz.org. I want to know if I can claim this contract void if the day of signing the agreement, their LLC did no exist.
In Florida, when you register a fictitious name you only have to certify that the name has already been advertised. However, publications may not place the advertisement on the same day that you submit a request for advertisement. Verify that the name has been advertised before you register.
Until you are 18 your are not legally able to enter into any contracts. Period. The reason is because most kids under 18 are not capable of making sound financial decisions and can avoid responsibility if any company allows them to enter into contracts. The only other option is to get someone else...Read more »
I am the plaintiff in a fraud case against a bank and other defendants. Defendants have justifiably submitted RFPs. Case began in 2017. My computers, phone and ipad were imaged to retain document integrity. My first law firm procrastinated providing any of my documents, emails, contracts and other... Read more »
If your documents are on a hard drive it is likely there are alot of documents. Your attorney has to review and possibly redact information from your documents which would take considerable time. I do not know if your attorney has filed an objection to any of the documents requested since there...Read more »
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Your attorney has as a point. This situation arises with commercial operators that are undercapitalized and underinsured (or worse, uninsured, as is the case with this vehicle). Your attorney has probably already...Read more »
If you are going to have any type of business you should incorporate in order to protect your personal assets. Also, you may need certain licenses to operate and you also need to register with the Florida Dept. of Revenue so that you can collect sales tax. Any time you sell something you should...Read more »
By designating Huawei and ZTE as threats to US national security, the FCC bars telecommunications providers from using government subsidy money through the $8.3 billion Universal Service Fund to purchase equipment from the companies for their networks.
My hubby everything under LLC and partnership . I never had joint account . We are 9 years marriage. He just sold Marina Profit 500k, By the end of July about to sell His RV campground 9.7M ( will profit 4-5M for sure ) “LLC SHADY GATOR”. recently Got my citizenships. I m stay home mommy (8... Read more »
After years I realized that my payroll was being deducted purposely for work expenses such as hotels, online search fees, and even $10.00 for late reports. I confronted management and was fully reimbursed all expenses fully. I was required to sign a NDA which did NOT state the reason for the... Read more »
Without reading the NDA, it's difficult to guess what you can or can not disclose to third parties, but it's probable that you can talk about "payroll deduction laws" without mentioning your former employer.
You will want to reference your business internal documents (LLC would be your operating agreement and so forth), if no such agreements were drafted then you would have to resort to and look at the Florida Default Statutes based on the type of entity you created. You should try to find a way to...Read more »
Their customer support literally told me that they won't release the funds because one client was not satisfied but they won't tell me what client. Sounds like something very arbitrary and impossible to solve. What can I do? Should I sue fiverr? I also see a lot of other sellers in the... Read more »
The only way to evaluate your potential claim is to have an attorney review your contract and discuss the facts in detail. If the contract was breached, then of course you would have some type of legal remedy. The procedure for making a claim, whether that be by lawsuit in court or by...Read more »
Depends on the agreement you had with that business that it apparently breached. Also, some agreements, particularly those entered on-line, have arbitration clauses prohibiting you from suing in court, instead requiring you to bring your claim to arbitration. You would need to have your attorney...Read more »
on his personal account which looks like laundering money thing. What is the international law that forbids me to proceed in the repayment of the french corporation into the owner's personal account? Thanks in advance for your prompt answer.
I can think of no "international law" that prohibits you from refunding as directed; however, state and federal statutes against money laundering might well be triggered if this is this person's "modus operandi". Has he requested this method more than once? A pattern is...Read more »
The first place to start doing anything in the financial arena as a business is seeking a license to do what you want to do from the Florida Department of Financial Services in Tallahassee. Google them.
You will improve your chances of success in being approved if you hire a very...Read more »
Never been late a payment, assumed the agreement was month to month, never notified otherwise or paid any additional and never was given a new lease to sign. They said it is in the contract that it auto renews each year (12 years ago, who knows?). Is that legal for them to keep me in a contract... Read more »
You must read your 12-year old lease to determine if it has an auto-renewal clause, which CANNOT legally say (in layman's terms), "This auto-renews whether you like it or not!" (If it were to have that, it would be unenforceable.) My guess is that it says that the lease auto-renews...Read more »
This potential criminal law situation sounds very important to me--and is certainly not the kind of question you should be asking lawyers online in a very public legal forum. Use the Find a Lawyer tab on the top of each page to find help.
While it depends what your nursing contract says and whether you signed a non-compete and what precisely your new business is going to be doing ongoing compared to those agreements and obligations, if none of that is an issue or concern, then you can create and start your own business. Many people...Read more »
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