At closing we were not told about the retention pond and the private road. There was a abutting road disclosure. Nothing else. There was a line about you must join the HOA and follow the CCR. The CCR’s were not given prior to closing. Hidden in there was a line about the HOA being responsible for... Read more »
This is why it is so important to have your own real estate lawyer represent you in a transaction. You will now need one to review your closing documents, the HOA documents, your survey of your property and the neighborhood plat, which often attached to the HOA documents but not always. The HOA...Read more »
I signed a Restoration/Construction Services Proposal for them to come in and assess the interior damages and was told this obligated me in no way. They have not shown up for 3 appointments to give me roofing samples, yet they say they will sue if we don’t go with them.
If the proposal did not turn into a contract in anyway, you owe them no duty to perform, i.e, to hire them. Anyway, you need to read the proposal carefully or hire an attorney to review it to know for sure what your obligation is.
I don't remember signing a workers compensation contract. And I didn't want to be under workers compensation. I got ran over by a garbage truck. One of the workers compensation clients must of came in and had me sign their contracts when I was at the hospital under the fluence when I was... Read more »
There are not enough important details in your question to be able to get give you a good answer. For example, who owned the garbage truck? Who was driving the garbage truck? Where did this happen? You may actually have both a personal injury claim and a workers compensation claim. You should...Read more »
legally binding. When I did not receive a copy, I requested through the sender to provide the cert. They were unable to and couldn't find it. When I contacted Docusign to receive a copy, they informed me the contract was voided and that there was never a cert to provide. Even though I signed,... Read more »
It the other party to the contract (the "sender", as I understand you) says that they don't have it, get that in writing. If they later find it, with your signature, get a copy of that. I'm not sure how Docusign can decide the contract is "voided", if they are not a party to the contract.
Do you have a written agreement with your partner such as a Shareholders' Agreement, Operating Agreement or Employment Agreement? If not, you need to reach some understanding with your partner that you can't work for nothing?
Power and $127 in a loan. The company said the solar system I use will absorb most of my energy use but I am now told through the power company it is not large enough to sustain my needs. They also didn't use a years worth of energy consumption of my residence since I haven't lived a year... Read more »
I moved on the 20th of this month. I paid a full months rent. When I moved in the place smelt like cigarettes, the flooring wasn’t don’t properly. There is a gap between the flooring and the walls in all the bedrooms and living room. The furniture provided was scratched and damaged. The second... Read more »
We’ve been staying in the house for 5+ years and they’ve decided that they are going to sell the house, we received a notice that the lease wouldn’t be renewed and only gave us 30 days to come up with money and somewhere new to live. I have no money saved up to move as I didn’t know we... Read more »
If you are on a month to month lease, the LL is only required to give you 15 days notice. He gave you 30. You have no right to remain in the house after the lease expires. None. It doesn't matter if you've lived there 5 years or 5 days; you have to go. If you stay past the end of the...Read more »
the myus.com company does not offer a REAL security warehouse for a RELIABLE storage of our goods. The contract rules ONLY about the lost case. All circumstances indicates that watch was stolen. This company has a fragile security system and it takes advantage of this to pay ONLY the basic... Read more »
I bought a home with an old roof in May 2021. I had only one option for HOI as a result. The company was provided a copy of the 4 point inspection and agreed to issue the policy. I was buying the property with the intention of doing some renovations in the next year or two, but didn't have the... Read more »
I signed a lease renewal also sent a updated renters insurance and now they're emailing saying that they made a error that rent will be 600 more then expect but they will take off 200 and a free carpet clean I'm only 26 stay sodo downtown Orlando i never had this happen and don't... Read more »
If a moving party files a Motion and can not show for hearing what is proper procedure? Notice of cancellation with reasons or Withdraw the Motion itself? Is Motion basically withdrawn with a Notice to cancel anyway?
You would sue the guy, and get a judgment. You might be able to obtain a writ of execution to allow you to seize and sell the boat. Or, with such a writ, you might be able to seize and sell other property belonging to him, check with an attorney.
We had 4 fixtures that didn’t work before we signed .. now one blew out and sparked and owner says we have to replace all.. other units had led put in prior but not our unit.. I don’t think we should have to pay for fixtures and man lift to replace when we haven’t really been able to use... Read more »
Will the text messages from husband wife. And supposedly there lawyer. That never reveal the firm. And threatened me. Morning Paula. We have decided not to sell the truck. We are moving to the country and will need it on the farm. The 90.00 you gave me I used to pay the insurance. What ever you... Read more »
Your question seems to be whether verbal agreement is enforceable. Any sale of goods over $500 should be in writing in order to be enforceable unless there was partial performance, i.e, you paid for or it was delivered. So you should take a step back and see if you or they have done something...Read more »
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