The death was deemed a suicide, in 2007. I have the CSI officer's name. My mother did not have any other children, however, my dad, her husband before she died is still alive and I live with him. The case is closed.
I bought my home from my grandmas estate. My aunt was executor of the estate. Part of the deal when buying the house was that uncle would help me install new siding. Since the moment I paid them they have 100% ignored me. I have the siding, but now need to pay someone to install it
One month after couple signed listing agreement, Michigan court referee on it owns choosing voided listening agreement and set price that he chose is this not considered taking away his due process of fifth amendment of ownership of property by two people that agreed to list the property
Your question does not make clear what is really going on. It sounds like the referee determined a price for the house to be divided as part of the property settlement. If that's the case, I'm not seeing that as a "taking" and is within the court's and referee's...Read more »
My mother and I were ( I believe) wrongfully evicted from land that we had been renting to own for 12 years, and due to a blight complaint while cleaning out our garage (we all fell ill and had to stop working for a week or so) the guy we bought the land from said we had to give him 30,000 dollars... Read more »
A real estate attorney familiar with land contract law would need to review the default provisions of the land contract. Additionally, there is a legal process for forfeiture on a land contract. See more at: https://provenresource.com/land-contract-law/
I housed a large number of exotic animals in an emergency situation. They were reptiles and insects, mostly snakes. The written agreement had a specific time frame for the animals and after that time the animals became mine. Since the animals were in poor condition (mites, respiratory illnesses,... Read more »
Certainly, a lawyer would need to review the actual written agreement, but if it says, as you're indicating here, "I agree to care for the animals for this period of time, and if you don't come get them before that time ends, they are mine", then I think you are on solid legal...Read more »
Never ever once did he allow his client to view the contract he he signed and approved not once and he had no authority, nor did he a power of attorney to do anything on his client's behalf without clients knowledge
This is a question of "apparent authority" on the part of the attorney, as an agent of the client. Under that doctrine, the contract might be enforceable. Whether it is enforceable will depend upon the specific facts. It is possible that it is enforceable. That does not, however,...Read more »
Is this legal, when they gave me contractor's information? Should the contractor have known what was allow in the HOA since he came at the HOA recommendation? I spoke to HOA told them work was complete before new policy was in place. I did not hear anything until this year with threats, five... Read more »
It depends what the HOA has actually done to enforce the new policy. It sounds to me like it would be grandfathered in until typical HOA policies, but perhaps not. Unfortunately, if the HOA is making a bigger deal out of this than they should it might take a costly lawsuit to get the matter...Read more »
My adult daughter, who is presently already under an apt lease (since Dec 2021) in her hometown in Michigan, signed a one year lease for an apartment in Chicago while on medications (still is) to treat a mental illness.
She went thru a broker who keeps the first month's rent... Read more »
Unless there is a guardianship proceeding or some other court mental health proceeding, it will be an uphill battle fighting this in court. People are presumed competent when entering contracts. And just having a mental health diagnosis does not necessarily make a person legally incompetent....Read more »
I paid my credit card payment electronically on the 25th when it was due which also fell on a Saturday. I was charged a $75 late fee because the company does not accept payments on Saturdays and Sundays so it wasn't processed until the 27th which was on Monday. This credit line is under my... Read more »
Being a single member LLC wouldn't change whether or not the late fee can be assessed on the company. It sort of depends on the contract you signed requiring you to pay in the first place to determine whether or not the late fee was properly assessed.
Was told that me and my wife must get a divorce or that cps could be in our lives for up to 7 months and possible lose our kids. They had us both sign a contract say that we will not have any intimate relationship together but the contract can not be found.
No. There are no facts tgat yiu have provided that would support the general contractor’s holding onto your equipment. I would want to know more about the situation in order to evaluate the possibility that the general contractor has a justification for its actions.
Unless there’s a written contract that provides for your agreement to a price increase or surcharge, you nave a point. Your agreement in some form to a price increase is required. But if you agreed to a long-term arrangement, you owe at least the lower price. I suggest that this be worked out...Read more »
We live out of state and spend summer in Michigan. Called lawn service to cut grass in Mich. Agreed on price . No written contract. Find that they cut grass high so it needs it every week. Only able to afford service every other week. They disagree.
Regardless of the type of agreement you have, the most important information you could have is... you probably have a contract, and binding. But, what the terms of the agreement are, you'll probably need to hire an attorney and litigate it to ever know for certain.
When he took out the loan we were told they didn’t process it right an d we had to get the title. This loan person was not nice told us we had to car DMV in Ohio to get it. I refused it was 4 months of driving without plates. She finally got the title and gave it to him we transfered it and now... Read more »
I have a question that may appear ridiculous, but I feel compelled to ask. I'm a new entrepreneur who wants to bring the relaxing Parisian experience to Michigan. I'm in the midst of starting a luxury floral boutique
In other words, I would be supplied with fresh pastries from an... Read more »
I am being sued for a loan that I signed for but never received funds. The original creditor had supposedly given the funds to a doctors office for a surgery I had scheduled. The doctors office claims they didn’t receive it. I tried to get this resolved without success. Now 3 years later I am... Read more »
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