The day it was filed in clerks office or the day it was mailed to the person who did not expect the letter
answered on Jan 18, 2023
Notice occurs on the date the certified mail was stamped and dated by the post office on the certified mail receipt.
Contracted a business (a man and his son) to do some reno work. Most of what they did is unfinished and now he has closed his business. The work was done in GA, where I also reside, but his business is located in SC. I don't live near the area the work was being done so I asked him to send me... Read more »
answered on Dec 30, 2022
Since the work was done in Georgia but his business is located in South Carolina, you have the option to sue him in the Georgia county where the work was done or in South Carolina. Since you live in Georgia, I would file suit in Georgia as it is most convenient for you. In Georgia, magistrate... Read more »
I travel for work very often and need to renew my TSA PreCheck - this arrest on my record is preventing me from being able to do that. I live in Dawsonville (Forsyth County), work in Kennesaw (Acworth), and the charges were in Calhoun (Gordon County)
answered on Feb 17, 2022
You may qualify for a Record Restriction in Georgia. Georgia does not "expunge" records, but in many circumstances (like your dismissal), record restriction is possible.
What types of certifications or permits would a company need to start installing Fire Escape Ladders in homes and commercial buildings up to four stories tall?
answered on Nov 25, 2021
You will need to check with your local city, county authorities to determine what type of permits and inspections will be necessary for your particular location.
i do owe the money but i have two problem the contractor damage over 20k of my furniture and the Mortgage company is hold the final payment because of 3500.00 they are billing for work not done.
answered on Sep 13, 2021
For you to get anywhere you want to be, you are going to need an attorney. Mention the term "Materialman's Lien."
The officer's report said I misjudged distance but a vehicle was next to me an was as close over as I could get I never hit the barrel's so what's to misjudge the lane should have been closed if to narrow to pass
answered on May 6, 2021
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It could be a situation where fault is seen by a court on both sides. A Georgia attorney might be able to offer deeper insight in terms of the construction site and its practices in stacking barrels and buckets in that... Read more »
According to contract terms, if payment is made after the 15th, a 10% penalty is due with payment. All (7) payments have been made and accepted. Lender/Inspector stated on "April 19th" he will not inspect the project to fund the draw because the loan is in default. There is a 15 day... Read more »
answered on Apr 20, 2021
Go back to the signed loan agreement. You may find language that spells out that a certain number of delinquent payments will result in a default status. Another phrase to watch for is one which allows the Lender to call the loan in default whenever the Lender "... in good faith deems itself... Read more »
answered on Mar 28, 2021
Whether / and/or when the developer must turn over the development to the owners is set forth in the initial declaration of covenants and restrictions (C&R). As long as the declaration was recorded properly on the deed records of the county, the owners are deemed to have purchased with full... Read more »
I’m a roofing contractor in Georgia that specializes in storm damage to an insureds property. Can I use a power of attorney to represent the insured during the claim process to include negotiating policy provisions?
answered on Aug 16, 2020
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general observation of such an arrangement, some might see the potential for a conflict. For instance, you if are negotiating for the approval of a certain construction task or repair task, could someone... Read more »
Also have only been partially paid. And this is a verbal contract but i have substancial physical and mathematical evidence to prove my litigation. This is for a residental paint job about half complete
answered on Oct 6, 2019
A Georgia attorney could address your question in the best possible manner because your remedies could involve elements of Georgia law. But your question remains open for two weeks. As a general manner, without regard to jurisdiction, such justification could be governed by the terms of the... Read more »
I provided contracting services and am owed over $6000. I have one day left in the job for touch ups of multiple projects and the client who was happy the entire project refused to let me come finish and is with holding the money.
answered on Feb 23, 2019
I do not practice in Georgia, but your question remains open for three weeks. As a general matter, the contract for the project should serve toward proving that there was an agreement for work to be performed. Additional evidence could include work specs, engineer or architect blueprints/drawings,... Read more »
Hi, I was currently arrested and charged with poss. Of marijuana less than 1oz. And my brother of driving without a licence and a few more charges along with the poss. Of less than an oz.
I feel as thou this is easily resolved. I have done some homework on this.
The arresting... Read more »
answered on Apr 6, 2018
Could be. Need to know a little more information. Why were you stopped? Did officer claim to smell marijuana? There are other reasons to search besides search incident to arrest, and even search incident to arrest doesn't automatically allow a police officer into the car. Feel free to... Read more »
The 45 days change to 3 months, 3 months still going, all we want them to do is fix what you mess up. We can't put the inside of the house together until they finish what they got to do. They want their money, we will pay them when they finish the job, on what they mess up. We will pay you for... Read more »
answered on Aug 21, 2017
You probably need a Georgia licensed attorney with construction law experience. Look for Construction Lawyers. I would probably look for lawyers on this site and then look at those lawyers you find here who have been rated AV by the Martindale Hubbell lawyer directory near where your home is... Read more »
I have a signed contract to supply materials and labor for $$$$$dollars to do a roof. The job was completed and there was 10 bundles of shingles left over. Whose bundles are they?
answered on Jan 18, 2017
It would depend on the contract that you entered into. You should note that a contract is merely a legally enforceable agreement -- not a particular piece of paper. So even if you sign what people think of as a contract, there still might be one from emails and texts. Did those emails say, But... Read more »
On a construction waiver and release upon final payment, there are spaces at the top to list state and county. For the county, is it where I am located or where the job is located?
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