Yes it can be done but just like anything else it needs to be properly drafted. I suggest hiring a good lawyer to represent you and if the other party isn't represented make sure they have a lawyer on their side as that is how most of these prenuptial Agreements are invalidated.
entered into a contract stating I wold pay 1500 if I did not use roofing company for project after assessment and assistance with insurance agent. I entered second contract for the work but canceled within the 3 days grace period of second contract. Am I still obligated to pay initial fee of first... Read more »
It really will depend on the contracts, there is not always a 3 day right to cancel. However, it is extremely rare, that any Home Improvement Contract complies with the almost always therefor will be a breach of the NJ Consumer Fraud Act.
Maybe I guess that would be a question for the court to be litigated. But my inkling would be to say yes if you are considered an essential employee which police and fire are generally definitely considered as such.
I reside in NJ where but i was doing work in NY, where a county specific license was required to do home improvement. I have a court date and i need to know what kind of lawyer i should find. I didn't qualify for a public defender.
Are you serious? Maybe you should auction yourself off to the highest bidder, so you can afford a criminal defense attorney? Of course you run the risk that no one will buy you and you have posted an intent to commit a criminal offense on a website frequented by law enforcement.
Attorneys on Justia cannot call you, nor can this type of case be taken on a contingency fee basis. You will need to have an in person consultation and document review. You are going to need solid proof.
In New Jersey. I filed a complaint and the defendant opposed with a motion to dismiss due to failure to state a claim. Do I oppose with the motion to dismiss or do I submit a revised complaint? No matter what I do, According to the NJ Rules of court, I can only amend my complaint once - without... Read more »
They were approached by a former interested party, before house was put on the market, that they have cash for the sale of the house. The person is a builder & will rip their house down to rebuild. My parents are out of attorney review by 1 day so far with another buyer is there a way to... Read more »
I manage a multi-unit property in NJ and we have a tenant (contractor, a corporation) who rents a storage garage on the property. Landlord is an LLC owned by a family member. There was a commercial lease that ran for one year and expired in May 2019. Tenant did not renew, landlord continued... Read more »
You will need an attorney to help you file a summary dispossession complaint in the Special Civil Part - Landlord /Tenant section - in the county in which the premises are located. This is the proper legal way to remove the current the tenant without resorting to self help.
Each LLC should have at least three members and it's own insurance policy. All LLCs should be owned by a "C" corp. Anything else is not going to protect you from personal liability. You really need to retain an experienced business and contracts attorney.
It deals with Non-Compete Agreements. I have a friend who works for a private school and she signed a non compete that prevents her from getting another teaching job within 12 miles of any of the schools for the company she works for. Because of the amount of schools they have she essentially... Read more »
I had a cash buyer for my home. The oil tank was lifted. I was there when it was lifted. I did not sign a change order for any additional work, or remediation. I am a Property Manager and would bid it out for the best contractor if the work truly needed to be done. I believe this guy was a... Read more »
Although you can sue the contractor, this will not be cost effective. Since the house was foreclosed on, you will need to file a Bankruptcy in order to avoid liability for the deficiency judgment when the property is sold at sheriff sale. Even if you win against the contractor, the Chapter 7...Read more »
Kitchen floor is not flat, there are bumps since some tiles higher then others. Contractor blames the tile product. He installed hood over the oven but it is not centered, instead of fixing it permanently, came up with a temporary solution that didn't fix it, Each time we open the cabinet door... Read more »
You are in luck, because under NJ law, there is powerful protection in place on your side. The two most important laws are the N.J. Home Improvement Contractor Act, which almost no home improvement contractor's contract is in compliance with. The Second law is The N.J. Consumer Fraud Act,...Read more »
That clause only applies to senior citizens receiving Social Security Old Age Pensions, Railroad Retirement Pensions or other governmental pensions in lieu of Social Security Old Age Pensions, and by recipients of Social Security Disability Benefits, Supplemental Security Income or benefits under...Read more »
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