Possibly but probably not. Land Contracts are actually lease with option to purchase, which are very bad for the lessee/"purchaser" who may never get a Deed. Real Estate Contracts are usually a Contract to purchase real property, where the buyer gets a Deed at closing.
This will depend on how much work you will be missing. Salaried employees' pay may be reduced if they are absent from work for one or more full work days. However, if you only miss part of your work day, your pay cannot be reduced.
I'm not licensed in Kentucky, so you should consult an attorney licensed in your State. In most States your brother's 1/8 interest would not be exempt under law. What that means is that his bankruptcy estate would include his 1/8 interest and the bankruptcy trustee would be entitled to...Read more »
My friend was POA on his mother's account for about a year everything was fine until 2 months ago when he started abusing her account I'm worried because he paid me from the account which he told me was joint. I'm worried because his mother and the bank are pressing charges against... Read more »
They were 2 payroll checks that were made out to them by someone claiming to be legitimate business owner paying them for a side job through their company. They were in my friends name he just thought he was cashing legitimate checks
A young lady 16 years of age has been living with her boyfriend for well over a year, which was known by both parents, they have even picked her up for dinner and dropped her back off at his home. She has since had a child and has been solely supporting herself. What if anything can she do to stop... Read more »
It was about $200 worth. I didn’t steal anything but a mascara, my friend put everything else in the bag and I had no idea she was taking so much. We currently are still waiting for paper work and a court date , but I also don’t have a way to get to court, to check in with a probation officer... Read more »
After almost 2 yrs. going to court after DCBS removed our grandsons from their parents, we were given permanent custody of our grandsons in Jan. Dad is in jail and gets supervised phone calls. Mom gets supervised visits. Mom just completed 28 days of rehab and is now saying that she wants us to... Read more »
It depends on the circumstances. If the police do not have any proof at all the person was at any time operating or driving the vehicle then they should not be charged. If the person was driving at a previous date and the police can prove they were driving they could be charged. This commonly...Read more »
The the LLC. That I would like to form by the with the name of Care On Time Heathcare Staffing is in the state of Kentucky,and the company with the name of Care on Your Time is located in Florida and the name is Trademarked..I would like to know if the name of my company would infringe on their... Read more »
Trademark is a federal matter. There is no state boundary of use. If your profession is close to the other company's profession and you use the name to market your service, yet, you would be infringing upon the Florida company's trademark. To know how you can avoid, you should for sure...Read more »
This was to a summons from previous landlord who harnessed me and doubled my rent before lease was up until I moved.This is in Whitley county and I asked to appeal they said they have no form for that I would need an attorney .Please advise what I need to do
I was contacted by a company on Monday 10/18/2021 called "Assurance Legal Proceedings" via phone stating that they are filing a claim against me in my county for attempt to defraud a loan company. They also said that they have contracted a location service to find me and serve me with... Read more »
It depends if it is a felony or misdemeanor. There can be multiple pre-trial conferences before trial. The number depends on the Judge, prosecutor and charges. If there is a plea of guilty or dismissal there will not be anymore pretrial conference but their could be future court dates.
A person will be charged. They will be given a date to appear in Court for arraignment. They will need to appear at all Court dates given that it is a felony charge. I strongly recommend that person hire an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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