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 an employee at a franchise my boss owns. There is talk that corporate is buying back the franchise to do with it what they want since my boss who owns the franchise is defaulting on loans. I am worried for my job if this happens, do I have any rights?
If usps drops of a bunch of mail and its up to security with no mail certification to sort mail and throw out “junk” mail which is up to discretion of the officer, then what crime is commited. Im looking for any reference to a statute in florida law. Also any reference to the possibility of... Read more »
Presumably residents have agreed that junk mail be discarded by security. If so, it would not be a crime to do so (and in any event it would be a federal matter; you will not find Florida state statutory law on the subject). Assuming that, you can be fired for refusing to do your job as assigned.
I live in a mobile home park and I was under the impression that I was purchasing it. Basically like a mortgage payment and then a lot rent. In any case the park sold to another owner and my title is in that business name, and my lease is the original owners business name. The new owners stated... Read more »
It's legally impossible to be "under the impression that I was purchasing it" if you didn't have a legal document drawn up for that purpose. I'm guessing that the new owner of the mobile home park intends to kick you and the other residents out at some point in order to...Read more »
We're a week out from completing our due diligence period for purchasing a restaurant and it was just disclosed to us the deceased owner's name is still on the company and though they had a will it could place their share of the restaurant in probate.
The deceased owner's estate needs to be probated in order to transfer ownership of that share of the business to the deceased owner's heir(s). However, there is much more to it than that. There might be a buy-sell agreement in place or other mechanisms for dealing with the death of an...Read more »
The sale is going through a broker. What type of lawyer do I need? And what should I look out for. I received a sample letter. Would like to review with attorney as well as any other documents that may come up as well as due diligence of the business.
I owned stock in a oil drilling company think it was ocean rig there was a bunch I would have to call fidelity to be 100% sure. Bought the stock800-900 shares for a buck each when oil tanked. They restructured right as oil bottomed out got out of anyone who had like less than 10000 shares and now... Read more »
I am starting a non-profit corporation in the state of Florida, with the intention of applying for 501c3 status. My vision is to grow this non-profit into a nationwide organization, with responsibility for directing the activity of a “chapter” in each state overseeing a “chapter” in each... Read more »
I suggest that you hire a business attorney to work with you through this process and get specific one on one advice face to face. This is a large goal that you have which is great but you need to get an attorney on board now and build the structure as you go forward.
It will show you all commercial liens, but not necessarily all warrants or judgments or attachments. Likewise, it will not show you state or federal tax liens or liens against real property. Tax liens you need to check with the state and federal government sites. IRS liens can be searched at the...Read more »
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