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Q: I bought a licence from a company. They are discontinuing the product and making the same thing "Validated".

Is it legal for them to refuse to give me credit for this "new" material?

T. Augustus Claus
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answered on Dec 20, 2023

If you purchased a license for a product from a company in South Dakota, and they are discontinuing it while introducing a similar one called "Validated," whether they are legally required to provide you with credit for the new material depends on the terms of the original license... View More

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Q: Bought a timeshare from a realtor. Just wondering how long does the law allow for it to be transferred to me.

Realtor is in Florida and the closing company is in Arizona.

Michael Hales
Michael Hales
answered on Jun 27, 2019

This is an interesting question and I feel like I need a lot more information to really answer. To be honest, this sounds like a very typical scam that I deal with all too often. If you have questions about this transaction and want to discuss, I'd be happy to. You can also access an article I... View More

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Q: how are sealed bids received and filed to make sure they do not pass the deadline

If a Sealed bid was not marked in any manner noting the time and date it was received is that considered a legitimet bid when it comes time to open the sealed bids

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot
answered on Oct 27, 2015

Doesn't the bid have a date on it? That would be a big mistake, eh?

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