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He did not live up to the terms on the contract and refuses to fix the inferior job he did. I am filing a suit in small claims court for $14,985.00. His business address is his home address but the tax records show the property in his wife's name only. How would I go about putting a lien on... Read more »
Generally, you cannot simply place a lien on someone's property unless you are allowed to do so by state statute (i.e. by state law). A common state law that allows contractors to place a lien on their customers' property is the applicable state mechanics' lien law. That law...Read more »
To prevent anymore interference on his part to make him stop interfering in my contract that he has already made a mess of. He was told in Dec2020 that he is not part of our real estate contract and not to attempt to speak on our buyers behalf. I do not know this person and he has now levied my... Read more »
From what you wrote it sounds like the domestic partner’s name is on the title. Is that correct? If so, then they would have rights to the home. If you want clarification, consult with an attorney who can review the facts and provide you with guidance.
Ok. Apparently the question wasn't clear to some people. It isn't a question of is it auto insurance. If is a question of is that contract legally considered insurance against mechanical failures(I have heard the term "policy" used and they have "adjusters")? Also... Read more »
CarShield offers protection plans and warranties to their members and is not insurance. Their coverage extends to only to automobile repairs. Although having CarShield may be a good thing, it does not provide coverage for injuries damage caused by accidents. Therefore you should have insurance....Read more »
On the contract because he was underaged. Now my boyfriend is 20 and would like the remainder of his money. His parents are moving his money from out his account so he can’t use it unless they give him permission. Is there any way for him to receive what he earned?
Great question. Since he was a minor at the time, his parents would have had to give their permission for him to be legally bound by the agreement. Additionally, they would most likely be the ones receiving any money from the agreement, with the understanding that once he becomes 18, that...Read more »
I’m a birth father that placed my daughter for adoption along with the birth mother. We signed a Post Adoption Contact Agreement thinking it would keep us in touch with our daughter through the adoptive parents. I recently learned that they never signed an agreement and therefore don’t have to... Read more »
Did you work with an attorney? You should give your attorney a call to get to the bottom of this and why if this is what you wanted how it was overlooked. If you don’t want to work with the same attorney you can consult with another attorney who can review the facts of the case to determine if...Read more »
I signed a agreement to start a company. Nothing has been filed/registered/, the business does not yet exist. How do I back out of the agreement? I no longer have the financial assets to start one. My “partner” claims he signed the agreement thinking it was an already existing company. However... Read more »
Honestly? Anytime a person engages in drafting their own legal documents without the aid of an experienced attorney, that person has made a mistake. You should meet with a business attorney now to see what, if anything, you are now facing that will be harmful to you and whether it can be...Read more »
They replaced my pipes about 10 months ago and said they couldn't get to one area, so they just tied into the existing pipe. I discovered a leak about a week ago and they came to fix the problem yesterday. The fitting from where they connected to the old pipe burst and caused water damage and... Read more »
No way to know online and without an inspection. However, it would seem that the problem was the pressure brought in by the new line was too much for the old line to handle. Professionals should know this. Yet, it appears that you knew about it and gave your consent to proceed.
I was talking to the manager about leasing my horse. She said she’d be happy to help me out. All the sudden I go to the barn and I’m told I can’t do anything with my horse because she is leased on a contract I’ve never signed or read. She is also making money off this contract which I feel... Read more »
Never did Bill of Sale, only an asset purchase agreement. They breached multiple items of the sale agreement. Have asset sale agreement and employment agreement with Buyer. They changed me from 20 hrs/week salaried manager to hourly worker as needed and haven’t given me any work in two weeks... Read more »
It depends. Both Georgia and Pennsylvania courts will enforce valid restrictive covenants. Generally, to be enforceable, non-compete agreements must be reasonable as to time, geography, and activities restricted. In addition, courts are generally more tolerant of broad restrictions in a non-compete...Read more »
If they are married and buying a house together then it should likely be considered marital asset and the court would split it, along with the other assets. If you want a prenuptial type of agreement regarding the house, or anything else, you should consult with an attorney who can help you with...Read more »
I was asked to paint a sign by my now former employer. I said I thought I could do it for less than a quarter of what the job was worth but it took a lot longer and was much harder. Then she fired me so I billed her a fair amount. She says I already agreed to the low amount. Did I? She knows the... Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. This sounds like it would be a difficult matter to resolve in court. As a general premise, contracts have been challenged on the grounds of fairness, raising such issues as unjust enrichment and others. But by and...Read more »
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Some GENERAL considerations could include permissible billing methods/fee schedules/fee caps, disclosures, disclaimers, and how Georgia governs/limits agents (attorney or non-attorney) handling such activities. Good...Read more »
My husband cheated on me for 6 years out of the 8 years of our marriage. After he advised me of what he did, he filed for a no contest divorce, not telling his lawyer about his unfaithful actions. Alimony and child support are not included. What do I do?
What was it that the person lied about? We would need more information than this, as this is vague. The marriage may still be legal, but we’d need more details about what the lie was regarding. You could contact the county clerk to inquire about the legality of the license.
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