answered on Nov 1, 2019
Sorry, but this is not a question. Get more specific and try again!
answered on Sep 12, 2019
You could check the school's course policy. Schools can impose their own specific conditions, such as attaining a certain grade in a course, etc. If you have an academic advisor, maybe they could help explain your rights. Good luck
answered on Aug 12, 2019
Yes. As you know, you are required to check in periodically with your probation officer--who is required to go looking for you if you fail to show up as required. So your probation officer certainly can "give out personal information to someone" when looking for you.
A contractor holding overdue retainage from a completed bonded project contract in an attempt to use the money toward what they call promissory estoppel on another project quote, the other project did not have a signed PO due to engineering firm not approving the proposed product, I believe the... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2019
This sounds like a law school contracts question. Unfortunately, no attorney can confidently answer this one without actually seeing the contracts.
The owner of the property to kick us out by telling him they will attach Leins on the house, that we owe, if they don't remove us from the house. They've, city counsel members and others, told him many untrue statements about us, the states attorney called him and asked him what can he... Read more »
answered on Apr 30, 2018
There are too many unknown details to provide any accurate legal information.
Contact an attorney for a consultation on the matter - many perform the initial consultation for free.
answered on Mar 26, 2018
Do not post any additional information about your case online. You do not want to reveal enough information for the police to identify you. Instead, contact a criminal defense lawyer for help. Many attorneys like myself offer free consultations. The answer to your question depends on the particular... Read more »
I live in an apartment where it is permissible to tow someone's car if they park in your spot, would it be illegal to take have an agreement that the company that tows the car give my a flat fee for the tow? At least 2-3 cars a day park in my spot, I believe if I received $20 a car, I could... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2018
Generally, "referral fees" are regulated in professional careers like law. When establishing a referral fee agreement, you are essentially acting as an agent/employee of the principal company (tow company in your situation). Any referral agreement should be in writing to protect your... Read more »
This is a commercial contract litigation for food product deliver and wrongfully rejected after 2 months of delivery. Should I wait till I get served? The case is filed in North Dakota and I am in Canada. Please advise best course of action.
answered on Dec 18, 2017
There are certain ways that service must be made in North Dakota, outlined in North Dakota Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 5. Good luck!
answered on Dec 18, 2017
Most likely yes. If a contract is a bargained for exchange among multiple parties, then it will likely be an enforceable contract. This is general legal advice. Adequate legal advice can only be given after meeting with the client and discussing all the facts of his or her situation. Good luck!
I sold a vehicle "as is" and the title wasn't switched over. Now the buyer doesn't want it and wants to return it. Where do I stand as it being sold "as is".
answered on Aug 11, 2016
Assuming that he's not complaining of something you knew about but didn't tell him about --e.g. you knew it needed a new tranny but didn't tell him--then you should be OK. "As Is " protects seller from buyers remorse. It isn't a free pass to sit on
information you knew abouit.
I was hired on a verbal contract with three other musicians to perform an 8-week trial run at a location. I was let go after two weeks because of personality conflicts, so I understand.
I held up my end of the agreement by showing up and performing, with a smile on my face. I believe they... Read more »
answered on Oct 5, 2015
Before you do that, have a full discussion with a local attorney about this.
I wrote one, but the dmv won't accept it unless it's a nd legal form. The principal won't sign that one because it's too general.
answered on Jun 14, 2014
If you can't find a limited power of attorney that's acceptable to DMV and the principal, you should hire an attorney to draft one for you.
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