I signed neither a W9 nor W4 form, the contract states that I must work exclusively with the company for 6 months, and cannot work with a competing business or open my own within 3 years of working for them. I thought nothing of it when I signed it, but I am, according to the document, a 1099... Read more »
Non-compete clauses are common in independent contractor agreements. Otherwise you could work for them and take their client list and then go out on your own. So, there is a high probability it would be enforceable, at least in part. Most states though will limit them to reasonable restrictions,...Read more »
For example, if I got some big company to sign a contract saying I will paint a room for 100$ up front, but hide something within the contract saying once finished it will cost 2 millions dollars; will it hold up in court? Can this happen to regular people? Just getting a signature seems to easy.
A person under the age of majority (18 in California) who enters into a contract, can void it within a reasonable time of attaining the age of majority, based on defense of incapacity. Const a business attorney with more facts. good luck.
We are wanting to pay back a loan given to us by my Husbands parents. We are looking at paying back 30,000. at 500-1000 a month. We want a written agreement that is noted in the courts, are they are worried about gettign thier money back.
Apparently, you did not finish your questions. If you meant as to whether you had a cause of action against the breaching party? If you had a written contract it should show the term of your agreement.In general, a contract requires clear terms, which determine what each party promises and what the...Read more »
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