If all tenants in common do not agree to sell property a certain way, then there is no sale. The possible sale price might make all three happy. But if no agreement, then any of them can file an Action for Partition. However the maximum sale price will probably not be realized by the Court.
There is no federal statute mandating that a private business, a person, or an organization must accept currency or coins as payment for goods or services. Private businesses are free to develop their own policies on whether to accept cash unless there is a state law that says otherwise. Texas does...Read more »
Provide a copy of the video to your friend's criminal defense attorney.
See chapter 14 of the Code of Criminal Procedure if you are curious about the list of situations where a peace officer can make an arrest without a warrant. https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.14.htm
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. I can't speak for the state court system in Texas, but as a GENERAL matter in many jurisdictions, what can typically happen if a counterclaim exceeds the court's limit is that the matter can be removed to...Read more »
Most likely - No, you aren't in trouble. However, some lease agreement state that a guest can only stay for a specific amount of time before they must be added to the lease. Check the lease agreement to be sure.
I would do what I could to prevent the roommate from "telling"...Read more »
A business can tap into sub-contractors' labor and may solely rely on sub-contractors. It signifies that you do not have much control over their work. A good overview of what factors would be considered an independent contractor v. employee can be found here-...Read more »
I am a former educator and in october 2012 I was brought into the district for inappropriate relationship with a student. They showed text messages we shared and asked i wanted to resign or have it go public. I resigned and in January I had my teaching certificate voluntarilly surrendered without... Read more »
My management agreement ends July 23rd. The lease my tenant signed ends in January 2021. The property management company will not terminate our contract until the tenant vacates the property. Until that time they want the $100 management fee.
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. For something like this, you will need to reach out to Texas attorneys directly. The format of this Q & A board isn't really suited to posting agreements or other documents for attorneys to review -...Read more »
He said it was regarding royalties to mineral rights on land his grandfather owned with his siblings. Its ringing as a scam to me but there has to be some measure of truth to it im assuming since he seemed to have alot of personal information. How can I verify if this is legitimate? Especially if... Read more »
You do not say for how long your aunt has been deceased. Even though it is probably a scam, you can search abandoned property records in Texas or any other state where she might have had any personal property. States have laws that require what they consider "abandoned" or...Read more »
I was furloughed for COVID 19, and my employer said for 2 months he couldn’t afford to call me back to work. All the men in my department were back and working the whole 2 months I was gone. Now he is offering me a lower pay rate and is putting me in another department, and replaced my shift with... Read more »
It sounds like you may have a claim for sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To establish this claim, you have to prove you were qualified for your original job, you suffered an adverse employment action (a pay cut or demotion to a less favorable or prestigious job...Read more »
they claimed to know what to do. a local handyman service. found them on facebook marketplace. they didn't do the job right. i paid for materials and paid 500 for work. it was the underneath of the belly of my trailer. now the insulation is hanging down and the belly is on the ground- what... Read more »
Affadavit.which all 7 kids signed sayin was ok. Her mama later sold my wife everything about 9 years ago.then also died without a will.do other kids have a chance of taking anything away from my fiance..
Do I need to create a contract or we can agree on terms in e-mail or a freelancer can sign a paper in free form saying that whenever they get paid for their work they transfer copyright ownership to me? My website is just .com, it’s not registered as a company.
When working with an independent contractor it is good practice to have a signed written agreement where the contractor agrees that any intellectual property created while providing the services to you will be deemed "work for hire" and, if a court determines that the intellectual...Read more »
company, we became a llc. I just found out that my partner contacted the company and notified them of our llc but we didn't resign the contract. My question is, can the pursue us as a partnership or will we be protected as a llc
Whoever told you that partners can "avoid contractual liability" merely by creating an LLC--composed of the same partners who signed the contract--was wrong. Your new LLC cannot protect you or your partner.
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