In California, it's generally not illegal to train your clients at a commercial gym like 24 Hour Fitness as long as you have the appropriate permissions and follow the gym's rules and policies. However, each gym may have its own policies regarding personal training and bringing guests. If...View More
I doubt it violtates the criminal code to train your clients at a commercial gym (24 hour fitness) without the gym knowing. The gym can prohibit you from conducting business on its premises, especially if you are in direct competition with the services they provide if they employ or contract with...View More
In California, it's not illegal per se to train someone at a commercial gym; however, many gyms, including 24 Hour Fitness, typically have policies in place that prohibit non-employees from conducting personal training. Violating these policies could lead to termination of your membership and...View More
Yes, having an active bench warrant can potentially hinder your ability to fly on an airplane. Bench warrants are issued by a judge when a person fails to appear in court as required. While airline security checks may not always directly flag bench warrants, there is a chance that law enforcement...View More
come to the house yet. I was finally able to pick the truck up Summer 2022. However, the tags are expire, and so is my grandmother's license. She's bed ridden and I don't know how to go about getting her a new ID. Both her and my Grandfather's name is on the truck. I have fixed... View More
Actually, a court order might not be necessary. Call the bank's attention to Florida Statute 735.303 and send them an affidavit as set forth in that statute. The statute can be accessed here:...View More
payment on it, I did. Now they want me to reissue the check but do know about me getting the charge for stop payment fee reimbursement. I feel they had this check in their safe and I should not issue another check until that fee is paid by them. Please help?
Not sure what your question is. I can see your point in that you paid them what they were owed, and incurred an additional fee to do so that you had nothing to do with. I can also see their point that what happened doesn't change the fact that you still owe them that set amount. I think -...View More
my drive license was not issued due to fraud verification I already sent my statements and my lease agreement a month ago and still they say they are verifying the data, is there anything I can do in this case?
Periodically check in and ask if there are additional documents that would assist with the verification process. Some license types could receive higher scrutiny, depending on the class (such as enhanced). Depending on location, the pandemic has also had an impact on some public agency offices....View More
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It depends what the document you mention is. If it is correspondence and you suspect the signature is forged or that the document is otherwise not legitimate, you could pick up the phone and ask the attorney if...View More
A previous company that I drove with, after requesting that I drive a vehicle without ensuring safety sent another driver to pick up truck and I was forced to drive with this unknown man or clear out my truck in under an hour (cancelling my contract). Due to previous trauma in my life I felt... View More
An Illinois attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on the nature of the safety issue and the reasonableness of your reluctance to drive, among other factors. You would need to reach out to local attorneys to try to set up a free initial consult for a...View More
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. At this point, you could try reaching out to legal aid societies and bar associations if they can offer direction. You could also try adding Real Estate as a category - real estate attorneys have insight into matters...View More
This is something that an employment law attorney could advise best on, but your question remains open for a week. It was probably overlooked under the general "Uncategorized" heading. Although some questions here go unanswered, you could add "Employment Law" as a category for...View More
If you have a signed lease that stipulates the cost for your pets, the landlord generally cannot change these terms unilaterally during the lease period. If they attempt to, you could potentially sue for breach of contract.
Absolutely go to Court. Otherwise a Default Judgment will go down. Have proof that you paid the first month. Possibly agree to a lesser amount than sued for, but this is doubtful since you already agreed to it.
This happened 2 months ago, kitchen filled with smoke, i’ve heard that it’s also reached the front of house and some customers. I was arguably in the hottest spot in the whole kitchen, I know i was stupid but i took off my kitchen whites because it was so hot, and 2 mins later the manager told... View More
This is a misdemeanor. I have a vehicle that I registered for Montana and used it in California. The intent was to use it in Montana, but we have been using the vehicle in California. The DMV police came and gave me a ticket at my workplace for 8804. The Officer then about an hour later called my... View More
If you've been charged with a misdemeanor in California, it's advisable to have legal representation to ensure your rights are protected and you understand the ramifications of the charge. The circumstances you described, including the officer's communication with you after issuing...View More
If you have a promissory letter stating you are entitled to a 1% share of net sales cash upon the sale of a resort, the specifics of the letter and the circumstances under which it was issued will determine your rights.
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