A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Attorneys here can't reach out to solicit your friend's matter. The format here is only question and answer, not attorney referral. But the closest thing here is the Find-a-Lawyer tab above. Your friend could...Read more »
This does not sound like a crime but rather a contract dispute that belongs in civil court. Most crimes with a financial component require proof, beyond a reasonable doubt, of intent to harm another or deprive them of property or at least some sort of reckless disregard for dangerous or risky...Read more »
Back in October of last year, my partner was diagnosed with cancer, His daughter came to where we reside and had been discussing power of attorney with me and I said yes I would let her be responsible for his healthcare should his condition worsen after his surgery. My partner was at a hotel and... Read more »
Wills can be revoked. The easiest way to revoke them is to get them back and burn or shred them. I suspect that will be difficult to impossible in your case, however, so you will have to use the other method, which is to do new wills that expressly revoke all prior wills. Then entrust them to...Read more »
In consideration it says beneficiary has conveyed the property to Grantor, who as part of the consideration promised to pay the note assumed and to be bound by the deed of trust assumed. Just want to reaffirm that I will keep the property and will not give it to opposing party
In Texas, there are multiple real estate documents that get filed when one party is "buying" the other party out of the marital residence. This can be confusing because there are several documents that have "Deed" in the title. Here is an overview of what you need to know when...Read more »
Called and talked to her have done a promise to pay before said she don't do that when I have done it before. Told her I was waiting on taxs due to losing job thought they would have came in by the day I said but the did not. Can i still get evicted if I never signed a new lease? And would she... Read more »
Title. The car was repossessed after I fired their son and I guess they stopped making payments then. The Lien holder gave me the car with my name as the customer without any payment due and I have a paper with all information saying so. Would the car then be mine?
If you only paid the lienholder, but not the actual seller, then the vehicle would still belong to the seller. The lienholder can only release its lien; it cannot give you title to the vehicle (unless the lienholder had repoed the vehicle).
My client sent me a text they were going to work directly with new builder and decided not to put me as their agent. I do have a buyer's rep agreement and was wondering if I could still get a commission from the sale. I spoke with sales-rep and they said if buyer did not include me, I would... Read more »
I can tell you that whether or not you can enforce the buyer rep agreement depends on the exact language in the agreement. The fact that the buyers want to change the terms or their obligations, means nothing if they breach the agreement you both signed. Many new builders, insist on a certain...Read more »
I presented my employer proof of employment discrimination and signed an agreement to receive money and not pursue a lawsuit. I was deposited less than the money agreed. The company claimed they deposited less because they withheld taxes from the net pay.
So i believe that yesterday i have been rudely denied FHA due to nation origin/race.
i have an entire night of conversation via iMessage and Roomies.com with Mr. X wife about how everything is going to be. Pet deposit $300, rent per month $450, Mr. X accepted my $300 deposit after he... Read more »
No. You would need a contract. Otherwise it would be deemed a gift. Contracts involving real estate need to be in writing. This would be a contract for services so I not too sure. Always better to have something in writing. Good Luck.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter nationwide, some courts tend to frown upon certain types of injury disclaimers from the standpoint of public policy, despite the fact that they are used. You can continue to await a response here, but...Read more »
We got ripped off by a solar company in 2020, when we were busy working 16+ hour days while taking care of kids at home. The salesperson said that the panels would cover 100% of our electric needs but it only covers 75% at best and the payments are as much as the electric costs without solar. The... Read more »
unfortunately, you can't simply "remove" a UCC financing statement. It has to be done either by court order after a lawsuit or by agreement of the parties. What your rights are regarding these representations depends in large part on what your contract with the solar panel company...Read more »
I had a mentor that would have me sign contract with “businesses” that were really not real. Not only were they not real but I was paying him upwards of 4000 a month to him. $300 was legitimate as he would meet with me as a mentor. I however have a contract through him with his parents who i... Read more »
It sounds like you have multiple contracts with this person, and he has multiple assumed names (the business names on the contracts.) If you are not receiving the services you contracted for, you may be due a refund.
As to the car, it's impossible to tell from your description...Read more »
So details ( I’m not delinquent on rent) I have a friend who had kidney disease and was on dialysis. He couldn’t work and was on his death bed. I took him in and made sure he went to his appointments and he was on disability but it barely covered anything. His dialysis clinic let him know of a... Read more »
If you are asking for someone to explain a particular case to you, (and presumably, determine whether and how it affects your situation), you need to consult an attorney. This forum is for general legal questions.
In general the issue in a case is the particular legal question before the...Read more »
I claimed they had mold, they told me I had to get a mental evaluation or I'd be evicted I knew I wasn't crazy refused and was evicted. Shortly later I was let back into the residence. For about another year I was called crazy this and that so went to FL. For mental rehabilitation. So... Read more »
Well, here's the problem. You haven't asked a question or sought any legal analysis from us. I really don't like to assume that I can read your mind and determine what is is you want to know. However, if you want to know whether you can be kicked out of this residence, then the...Read more »
I was targeted by an aggressive door to door salesman, I was coerced and pressured into signing a contract for a Kirby vacuum and promised monthly payments of $105.49, $2,800 payoff before 36 months and $3,797.64 if I’m still paying after 36 months, 21% interest rate. I was turned over to a... Read more »
First, I recommend that everyone Always keep their own records of payments made, either by making the payments in a way that generates a record (like a check) or by keeping a copy of the payments made. That way you are never in the position of having to look for a receipt.
I have 60% of the company and want to keep the same branding. But need to have full control of the new line. Can this be as simple as putting the agreement in the operating agreement and filing for a single member LLC where I have 100% control. My main goal is to keep the branding and customer... Read more »
It's doubtful that you could assume complete control of a product line of the original LLC simply by starting a new LLC, and even taking a new business opportunity from the original LLC may be problematic. Presumably you would also need to have ownership of that product line & branding...Read more »
I can't tell whether you actually had a contract, or were just discussing and negotiating an "opportunity." In the meantime, it doesn't sound like you "lost" $800, but rather that you set up an LLC that you can't use for the deal you didn't get, and you can...Read more »
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