A national bank from an account in Tn in 2010 claimed Breach of Contract from overdraft/late fees on an account that was thought closed. In 2012, the bank sold the debt to a collections agency. Now, a (different) collections agency is attempting to collect on the debt plus huge amounts of interest... Read more »
Can one party just show up and take the vehicle with out the others permission as they both have rights to the vehicle or is there always a primary and secondary owner? ALSO is there a way to remove one party from the title before the loan is paid off? Like gifting your portion an do a title... Read more »
If the two names on the title and connected with the word "and" it requires BOTH owners to do anything with the car. That does NOT mean that one of the owners cannot sneak in during the night and take the car; however, to do so would be an unlawful act--perhaps even a criminal act under certain...Read more »
My husband and his brother worked independently for some time. His brother opened a company and my husband kept working with him, never did he sign a w2 or an employment contract. We decided to open our own business and when they asked for my husband to sign a w2, my husband told him he would not... Read more »
We are ready to purchase, I am retired, been married 24 years, 13 year age difference. He applied for the loan without me being on the loan. My name is on the contract however. I am worried because we will be using joint money for the down payment.
The actual language and specific terms of the written employment contract will control this question. Generally, unless the employment contract is different than many others I have seen, the "at will" clause will over-ride the part about the salary and the number of months. At best I could argue...Read more »
The question about whether the contractor should or should not have to remove the property owners "illegal work" is not a legal question. If the permitting agency will not approve the job as it is then the property owner will have to do whatever it takes to fix the objections. And unless the...Read more »
I informed my complex I was planning to move out and submitted a sublease form since they did not give me the option to break the lease. After a week they left me a voicemail saying they found someone to sublease and asked if I can move out and submit my keys in the next couple of days so they can... Read more »
This is not a legal question. There is no rule or statute that requires auto dealers to provide copies of signed lease documents to the person(s) who are leasing the car within any specified time frame.
This is not a legal question. Moreover, while lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe (no one can foretell the future) and unable to opine on your current...Read more »
This is not a legal question. This is a (very sad) personal dilemma created by you and your grown son. Unless the oral contract between you and your son is in writing it is no enforceable--by you or your son. Thus I am unaware of any legal remedy you could use lawfully to evict your son. At best...Read more »
No, not live, based on your question and topic a Florida Licensed Attorney may or may not answer your question as it is all basically volunteer time from attorneys in order to point you in the right direction, if you want more details or specifics you will have to follow-up with an attorney and...Read more »
It depends on the terms of your current lease agreement. Generally if you have a valid lease agreement (more than a month to month lease) the seller of a property will assign the lease agreement rights to the new owner and the new owner will take the place as your landlord.
When we first began our construction process, the floor plans had a bi-fold door on the laundry room in the master bedroom. I had that door changed to a barn door a few months later. The barn door was added to the floor plan BEFORE the budget and final floor plans were signed into contract. In... Read more »
We have Level 2 counter tops in our contract. We went to the builder's supplier as suggested. We chose a Level 2 counter top. It is a black matte finish. The supplier stated that Level 2 is Level 2, there are no surprises. We approved the slabs, took pictures of them and the tag saying that... Read more »
You right is based on breach of contract. I don't know if you are in privity with supplier. But their words can be used to construe the meaning of the dealer's promise as to the fees associated with the counter top.
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