Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Yes. If you entered into a contract with a salesman who was employed or representing the business at the time you entered into the contract, the salesman can bind the company he or she represented at the time.
There may be other considerations, but a company cannot get out of a contract because the employee or person who worked for them and agreed to the contract is no longer there.
Benton R Patterson III's answer An attorney would need to review the LLC operating agreement. It may be easier to multiple business entities to mask the owner's identify. You should speak with a local business attorney.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Your landlord cannot unilaterally change your lease or impose new terms on you without your consent. If your lease is for a set term you are no longer bound by the agreement to live at the mobile home when that term is up. However you also mentioned that you have a rent to own agreement in place. There may be additional terms in your lease that are relevant to this discussion that could substantially alter your agreement.
Your best course of action is to consult with a landlord/tenant...
As you admitted that you sold it @ 300 being out of order and the purchaser did fix it for whatsoever he has incurred on. You now want it back without paying any penny of their expenses so incurred to put it back, is a matter of breach of trust on your side.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer As LLC can be formed and bank account maintained wherein transactions being made by company. Such an income received will reflect in your tax returns of which source will be your LLC. This need to be reconciled.
Alexander Florian Steciuch's answer Not all companies are LLCs. There are many different structures that a business can operate as. Simply not being a registered LLC does not make their contracts invalid.
Jonathan R. Roth's answer The answer to your question depends on the Tax Treaty between your relatives home country and the USA. Generally, interest paid to foreign nationals on loans made in the USA are subject to US taxes and withholding. The amount of the tax and the withholding is dictated by a tax treaty between the USA and the foreign national. If there is no tax treaty then the US tax would be 30% subject to certain elections which could be made by the foreign national. The withholding would be at least 10%....
Paul Stanko's answer Indiana is an employment at will state. While that employer conduct seems over the top, your recourse may be limited, unless those policies are being imposed in a discriminatory manner.
Paul Stanko's answer Walmart is known for being litigious. It sounds like you operate a shopping service. If you do not already have a coporate attorney, you should obtain one. It would not hurt to have that attorney review your business model to ensure that you comply with all licensing requirements. Be wary of trademark infringement!
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Adam Studnicki's answer First step is to see what documents you may have signed that would restrict you from doing this. Even if there are no documents, you should check with a local business lawyer to make sure would not be violating Indiana laws.
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