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
I hired a contractor to do some dirt work on my property. I paid him via checks that all cleared. Now, 5 months later, the dirt company that he bought the dirt from, has sent me a letter saying that he did not pay them the final $1295 that he owed them. They say in their letter that they tried... View More
The company that provided the dirt for your property may have the right to file a lien against your property if they haven't been paid for the materials supplied. However, whether they can actually do so depends on the laws and regulations in your specific jurisdiction. In some cases, lien...View More
The legality of the mother's actions in giving away the ATV depends on the ownership and intent behind the gift. If the ATV was given to your grandson as a gift, and he is considered the legal owner, then typically, only he or his legal guardians (depending on his age) would have the authority...View More
For instance, when I order a pizza through papa johns, there's a delivery charge included. But when it comes time to deliver the pizza, it's doordash doing the delivering, not papa johns. Should the delivery charge be included if it's a different company bringing the food?
How is the delivery fee calculated? Does it clearly reflect the cost of using a third-party delivery service like DoorDash? If the fee appears to be inflated or disproportionate to the actual cost of delivery, it could be argued that the pizza company is unjustly profiting.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. That sounds like fraud. You could consult with local attorneys to ask how it is treated under state-specific laws. Good luck
about getting the company to pay the money he should be owed for them? There are more details that might make this more complex if more explanation is needed but he is no longer with the company and his leaving was not on friendly terms. But he does for sure still own 100 shares of the company.... View More
This is a classic business litigation case. Look for a competent and experienced attorney who practices in the area of business litigation in or near the county where the corporation’s principal office is located.
*REVISED* I own home,my father owns land.No lease was signed.Verbal agreement to pay half of utilities.Hasn't paid in 3 months.Eviction filed awaiting court hearing in 2 days. When her home was sold 2 years ago she refused to leave,the new owners had to use law officers to forcefully make her... View More
Currently trying to get a judge to sign off, giving me my vehicle and unable to get the dealership to sign over and transfer title. Been battling with the dealership for over six months I did however process for a bonded title but after finding out that there was a lien on the title, I could no... View More
A Louisiana attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you're able to consult with a local attorney familiar with region-specific laws, that would generally result in a fine in most places. Good luck
My husband's mother called him over about 8 months before our wedding. She had him sign a form for a medical power of attorney and as he was just trusting of his mom, he asked no questions. Fast forward, I accidentally found the forms and some how they were legally done and filed. I asked my... View More
The timing of when settlement funds are disbursed in large class action lawsuits varies widely and is dependent on the terms of the settlement reached in that particular case. You should contact the attorney for the plaintiff-class directly to determine if and when your settlement proceeds will be...View More
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It was probably overlooked under the Uncategorized heading. But still, it could be difficult for an attorney to offer meaningful guidance within the short format of this Q & A forum - your matter sounds like it might...View More
I’ve found mold. I’ve been taken to the Emergency Room for odors coming for a unit being repaired. I’ve complained about issues with the breaker box in my unit. I’ve contacted the front office about issues with broken appliances. My doors are dry rotted and my unit gets full of pests... View More
They have a house with a mortgage that I pay which is fine because we all live here. However they have 2 credit cards that are pretty large. I have been paying those for the past 2 years but the payment is taking a toll on my income. Can I just stop? The cards are only in their names.
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