Hi, I live in Washington State and I am formalizing a small business LLC from my home. The main purpose of my LLC is to purchase real estate property in Texas (residential homes), and put them up for rental. I will utilize a Texas based real estate company to purchase the home(s), and utilize a... Read more »
Yes - a foreign entity doing business in Texas needs to be registered with the Texas Secretary of State. However, an entity that is created for the sole purpose of owning real estate may not need to be registered in TX even though the property is located in TX. While the entity that conducts the...Read more »
this rock was part of some kind of thing that was built on the ground to make a platform. I did not build this it was already built. Can i file under the homeowners insurance policy because i was badly injured?
Can a company do that legally? I noticed that I have been paying for years and I noticed that the balance owed on the house was not going down. After the interest was paid they doubled my note, I am about to lose the house because I can't afford the payment of $1586.29.
It sounds like you and the lender agreed to a modification that would allow you to pay interest only for a period of time, and now that the period is over, they want you to make up the payments, which is why the monthly payment is increased.
It's not at all clear what you originally...Read more »
So summer 2020 I signed a lease for a college apt. I decided it was a better financial decision for me not to move in and the apartment company refused to cancel the lease since it was a legal document. However I told them weeks before move in me, nor my co applicant (my mom) could afford it. I... Read more »
The landlord has an obligation to try to find a new tenant, and you're not liable after they do. (It's not clear to me what the $4425 represents.) If you owe the money and can't pay, they can sue you and your mother, and get a judgment against you both for the amount due, plus...Read more »
If you rent the room on a month to month basis, they have to give you 30 days notice of non-renewal. If the oral agreement is week to week, they would only need to give you a week's notice of non-renewal. If you've breached the agreement in some way, the notice period can be 3 days.
A couple of weeks ago I rolled into an intersection and got t boned. It was not my car and I'm not in the insurance. The insurance company contacted the provider and is threatening to sue for this. (This is what I gathered over the phone call I just had with them) this is the first car... Read more »
There isn't enough information that proves Copeland seen the child after the visit to the ER. The ER doctor didn't mention anything about the child being strangled then. How can one say for sure that the mother didn't hurt the baby in the time from the ER discharge to the arrival of... Read more »
There are no felony tickets in Texas. A fired officer doesn't AUTOMATICALLY result in dismissed charges. The prosecutor will decide whether the officer's testimony is needed, whether the reason for the firing implicates the officer's credibility, and the quality of any other...Read more »
6 yrs ago, my upstairs neighbors' kitchen sink , garbage disposal and dishwasher water kept coming up in my sink and finally flooded my apartment. They fixed it then but its doing it again now. The complex changed hands and I have been asking and even begged them a couple times since January... Read more »
I have older recipes, but have no idea if they are copied from any magazines, newspapers, etc. Can a recipe that is in a cookbook be changed and therefore not get in trouble if it is a copywriter? I would like to take recipes that serve larger portions, and change it to serve 2 people.
We lived together for a year and she took out a ppp loan under my company. And has all funds in her accountand holds it iver my head. I have access to accounts. But have not been told I can touch the money. Nor have i been told no i want to take some and get out this relationship. Is the matter... Read more »
This is a complicated issue that can go several different ways. Just because you have access does not mean you have rights to access. By your own admission you do not have permission to touch the money. She may say you exceeded the scope of the access granted.
My dog is a pit and I am currently visiting my mother. She has a fenced house with a gate and he has found spots through the gate to escape through. We have been reinforcing the fence in these spots but he seems to find a way. He is not aggressive and has never biten anything or anyone.
We do not want our private road made a public street. Can the city override our desires when we homeowners on the road have titles/deeds saying we each own 1/4 interest in the road and easement and no changes, alterations or modifications can be done to the road or easement without our written... Read more »
If the child was the principal beneficiary of a family petition when he was 14 in 2012, he should not have been bar from applying for a visa at that time. A child under 18 does not accrue unlawful presence. If the child was a derivative beneficiary as the son or daughter of a principal beneficiary...Read more »
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