To cover labor and things for 3 other prior jobs I had to complete to get to the job at hand and now they are taking me to court
answered on Oct 10, 2022
Please consult with a lawyer about the specifics of your case. Also, if you have been sued and served with paperwork, please know that you have a limited period of time in which to file an Answer (respond to the lawsuit) so please make sure you do so within that time period.
A local restaurant is being denied a license permit due to is proximity to a church 140ft away, however a bar is 40ft from the church building and they allow it to remain open without issue.
answered on Aug 2, 2022
More information is needed to respond to your question. A lot of times there are locations which are grandfathered in and thus, allowed to remain open without issue.
answered on Jun 28, 2022
Not certain of your question --is it your want to purchase an existing LLC or you to form a LLC? That said, whichever it is, what you should do is start by meeting a business/corporate attorney to make sure whatever it is you want to do is in your best interests. If you are forming an LLC, is the... Read more »
LLC pays the note for the SBA loan. I'm still a guarantor on the loan. Bank won't release me. Ex says she can't get refinanced. I tried to refinance my house and was denied because of being a guarantor on loan. How do I get out of being a guarantor on the loan? Filed a motion for... Read more »
answered on Nov 9, 2021
Your partition should have:
1) Given her the LLC,
2) stated she had 30/60/90 days to refinance SBA mortgage.
If it does, then hurry and hire a lawyer to OBJECT to the HOC. If it does not, then hire a lawyer to file a 2d Petition to Partition for Omitted Liability.
HOA was dissolved in 2013. Now new self elected president wishes to enact rules. Most of neighborhood does not know HOA was reinstated. It was revealed only on an nextdoor web app. Question is in reference to RS 12.1-1444
answered on Oct 6, 2021
I would advise that one first looks at the covenants and restrictions of the subdivision and see whether or not a HOA was initially discussed. If there is no mandatory HOA, then I would think the property owners would not be subject to the HOA. Further, you may want to consider consulting/hiring... Read more »
I was arrested a while back for marijuana possession and went through a diversion program and the arrest was expunged. What should I do if I forgot to disclose that in filing for a permit with the Mississippi State gaming association as part of an internal auditor application?
answered on Sep 30, 2021
Even if charge refused and diversion completed, your lawyer needs to FILE a Motion to expunge the arrest.
I was working overtime and that is when I was set up by undercover cops. I read the I.D month wrong and thought the invalid date was correct.
answered on Jul 12, 2021
Depends on your location and if this is your first offense. My suggestion is that you contact a few criminal defense or an administrative law attorneys in your area, set up a consultation, ask your questions and then decide if you want to hire a lawyer (you should) or try to handle this on your... Read more »
I was just employed by a start up company and they want me to get an affidavit saying that I am the only one who has claim to any business information. for example if I were to get married and then divorced my spouse could not have any of my shares in the company
answered on Jun 11, 2021
Short version is that you and/or your employer should hire a lawyer to properly draw up all of the paperwork you are discussing/seeking. It would seem that your employer would have an interest in doing this because I assume that there may be additional person(s) --whether employees or business... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2021
If the LLC has been formed in a different state and is conducting business in Louisiana, then the LLC needs to register as a foreign LLC with the Louisiana Secretary of State. Once the LLC is registered, it will need to file annual reports.
answered on Dec 27, 2020
Contact with an attorney to understand your rights and risks.
In general a domain does not assure any trademark rights.
In the forming of an LLC, the OA stated the shares are valued at 1% for $300. One member was supposed to pay $15,300 for 51% and the other member $14,700 for 49%. BUT each submitted $15,000 cashier checks. Is it still 51%\49% or is it 50-50 by default?
answered on May 20, 2020
The amount of money one contributes to a business startup does not determine the relative share of ownership by the investors. There can be other factors considered, such as time spent on project, know how, which can weigh into the computation. If you have any questions about fairness at this... Read more »
The business says a refund is only refunded due to inclement weather. The city of New Orleans is on a mandatory shutdown and the event is cancelled, so the business won’t be needed. They said they won’t give the deposit back and use it as a credit. The event won’t be happening or rescheduled... Read more »
answered on Mar 18, 2020
Additional details are necessary to provide a useful answer.
Share as much as you feel comfortable sharing, but some questions that come to mind:
What is the event?
What business is the business in?
What do you mean by "so the business won't be needed"?
The owners agreed to pay for my painting services then stopped payment on the check when the job was finished. They stopped payment on a $19,000 check.
answered on Dec 30, 2019
Contact the District Attorney's office for bad checks.
I’m from Louisiana and I need advice on contracts/ liability forms. If I should have commercial insurance before I even think about actually starting my business.
answered on Nov 7, 2019
It would be difficult for a Louisiana attorney to advise you on that, given the basic question-answer format of this board. You should think about contacting a Louisiana attorney and setting up a consultation. The forms you mention could depend on your business. Some forms are standard templates;... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2019
It would depend on the state of mind with which it's done. If it's done without deceitful intentions and as a reasonable measure to rectify an honest pricing error, it would generally be acceptable.
Louisiana incorporation Registration Jefferson Parish DA Paul D Connick Civil case # 2:18-cv-09296 In 08/08/2019 around 10:30 am Trina Williams ticket #G59 matters of jurisdiction zoning went through intake process waiting again United labor and wage for name to be called at off SSA 115 terry... Read more »
answered on Aug 8, 2019
Your question makes no sense. Ask someone to write it for you.
Labor work was completed by myself (sub-contractor) between 60-70 days ago and general contractor has not paid me. General contractor says he doesn't have the funds to pay me.
My business partners EX girl filed false restraining orders after stealing our shops safe with titlework for roughly 8000$ of vehicles and keys, then filed FALSE restraining orders on my business partner and i, in order to prevent collection of the vehicles themselves and our shop tools after... Read more »
answered on Jun 12, 2019
If you received a subpoena, there is no proper cause not to appear. If you have not received a subpoena and don't want to testify, then don't go to court.
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