“12. IF THIS CONTRACT IS CANCELLED BY THE CUSTOMER LATER THAN 5 DAYS from the execution, Customer shall pay the Company a fee for the inspection and construction consulting services provided by SRR.”
answered on Mar 9, 2023
Yes. So long as you pay the fee specified under paragraph 12 of the contract.
Can the buyer insist on renegotiating the sale price when the discrepancy is discovered upon inspection while preparing for closing? Is this considered deceptive advertising?
answered on Feb 26, 2023
Depends. If it is only known to the buyer, that would imply the seller does not know about the error, which might be difficult to prove fraud. Alternatively, you should make everyone aware and either withdraw your offer or renegotiate the offer. The burden of proof will be on you to prove the... Read more »
contractor said that they need to erase there personal stuff of the computer, also that they added upgrades to the equipment on there own dime without asking. so looks like they have been using it as a personal computer too.
if its company property does that mean whatever is on the... Read more »
Said I could take it home then didn't get to cause couldn't get that much for down-payment off my card
Kentucky: ￼ Sold a camper to a friends associate. He gave us half in cash and half in checks. When the last one clears, we are going to give him the title. ￼There is absolutely no contract on it though. ￼He took it to Florida, and told us the next day that there were a couple of issues. The... Read more »
answered on Feb 6, 2023
Get estimates for repair of the three items he complained of and refund only that part. Beyond that, you don’t need to do anything else and you do not have to accept the return or refund the rest of the money.
I was making payments through a truck I started financing a year ago, and those payments were being made through SMART Payment plan in which they charged me on a biweekly basis in means to help me pay off the vehicle quicker.
Problems occured quuckly and often through them. My payments were... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2023
Technically, there is probably some liability there but it very likely wouldn’t be worth the time, money or hassle to pursue it. If you can get reimbursed what you’ve lost ( or most of it), you’ll still be ahead of the game.
The property is owned by a conservation company and they kept doing work every dear season and they always told us they was done but then would do more work at inconvenient times. We didnt sign a contract this year but i had sent a check to secure the property. Things went south and we pulled out.... Read more »
answered on Jan 22, 2023
If you didn’t sign a contract there is no agreement for this year absent an oral contract if you agreed.
Not recorded on my deed and I searched back to 1961.
answered on Jan 12, 2023
I’d search it back further than 1961, but if there’s no easement, they have no right to enter or use your property.
Here are the basics. I bought a house for $49,000, and put $10K down in cash, financing the remaining $39K, directly with the seller. No bank was involved. The terms of my contract state that I'm to make equal monthly payments with 8% interest added in, until the debt is paid. No penalties... Read more »
answered on Jan 11, 2023
If it’s not in the contract, it was never a term of the contract.
Asking me taking important papers and give them back to me
answered on Dec 26, 2022
The facts as set out above do not form the basis for a lawsuit.
Can a provatd contractor, who has been paid to design a state-funded project, submit a bid to build that same project when the it goes to bid? It seems like this may be a conflict of interest.
The trailer is valued at $11,000 and it is being sold for $20,000. $4,000 has done been paid towards the $20,000 but just now discovering the property only values at $11,000 can I get the price reduced is this even legal?
Was even due. Is that legal. I thought the bank paid them. Consider I was going to be paying a bank out of state not the car lot
answered on Nov 5, 2022
If the loan was consummated prior to the repo, it may have been a wrongful repo. If the loan transaction had not been completed, it is most likely not a wrongful repo.
The fence guy did 4 days of work over the last 2 months. Has not responded to calls or texts the last week. Has his house, tractor, truck and other items now listed for sale. His tractor is sitting on my property. What are my options to get my money back?
answered on Oct 7, 2022
You should see an attorney first thing Monday morning; a lawsuit may be your only avenue.
They were given $11,000 for first draw. They took out three walls of drywall and carpet then said the check didn't clear their bank and nothing happened for 2/ 12 weeks. I checked it was cashed on September 6. Then keeps telling me new start dates and no body shows up. Now is telling me he... Read more »
Suppose I have an employment contract that says I have to give 30 days notice before resigning. Could my employer really force me to work against my will for 30 days? Could I be sued for not fulfilling the 30 day notice requirement?
answered on Sep 16, 2022
Theoretically, yes, although that is generally not how it happens. Once you give notice, they will generally ask you to leave shortly after that. The notice period rarely ever comes into play.
We want to use a sperm donor to conceive a child and we want to take all precautions legally. So if we have a donor sign a contract stating we won’t ever attempt to get support in any sort of way and he can’t have any rights to the child will kentucky uphold it? Or will a contract even legally... Read more »
answered on Sep 15, 2022
If the contract is properly prepared, it should be enforceable both ways without a problem.
I’m wondering who my options are for a lawyer would be in the Glasgow/Bowling Green area and specifically deals with nursing/malpractice or the Kentucky Board of Nursing.
We signed the contract a week ago. I am the seller and want to back out. The home is set to close in a couple of weeks.
answered on Aug 23, 2022
Yes, but you may be liable for returning the deposit if any. Your sales contract should spell out the penalties for canceling the sale.
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