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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Litigation, Securities Law and White Collar Crime for Texas on

Q: Does an Agreed Order end all disputes between two parties, meaning they cannot rehash it out at another time?

My attorney and my lenders attorney signed an agreed order revoking a substitute trustee sale snd ejoining them from non judicial foreclosure on a certain date. A year after they sell my house. Should the Agreed Order stopped them? Will that fact affect it now because it was supposed to resolve... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Mar 27, 2019

Before you attempt to assert my answer as being 100% correct, I need to advise you either to read the entire "Agreed Order" and figure it out yourself, or ask your current lawyer, or hire a different Texas lawyer to explain what appears to have happened in your old foreclosure case.

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1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Energy, Oil and Gas, Probate and Securities Law for Texas on

Q: How much is a declaration? Of heir in texas and is it able to be deducted from a settlement with the comptroller?

Its my second cousin. Had no kids. My dads cousin. Mu aunt took carebif this many years ago after his suicide and failed to find a number of open accounts and what not. Ive not had comyavt with her in at k1east 3 yrs or more and havent spokennto my cousins, her kids in even longer. I always stayed... Read more »

Tammy Lyn Wincott answered on Oct 11, 2017

I suggest you have an in-person consultation with an attorney. It's a time-consuming job to review all the appropriate facts and advise you accordingly; therefore, you will probably be charged for the consultation.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Securities Law for Texas on

Q: Is it illegal to hack into someone's Twitter account without the owner knowing ? And if so what are the penalties

Had someone hack my twitter account and I have proof of them even saying they did . Just wanna know if it's illegal and what are the consequences in the state of Texas

Roy Lee Warren answered on Jul 17, 2017

Yes it is illegal, see the Texas Penal Code Chapter 7, Section 33. The penalties for computer crimes are of a wide variety depending on the nature and seriousness of the crime committed. For the breach of computer security (i.e. gaining access to a computer without the consent of the owner), the... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law, Juvenile Law and Securities Law for Texas on

Q: Can a person in the process of getting their greencard travel within the states?

My family and I are planning to take a roadtrip to California and are planning on taking a friend with us who is in the process of getting his green card. He has a receipt from paying for his application. Is it okay to cross checkpoints going from state to state? Is he allowed to travel within the... Read more »

Roger Carl Algase answered on Jun 28, 2017

Under what section of the law is this student entitled to get a green card? Your question does not show that he is eligible for one at all. Even if he is, merely filing for a green card does not confer any legal status in the United States unless the applicant is in this country with some other... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Securities Law, Sexual Harassment and Small Claims for Texas on

Q: Can a contract be enforced if the seller states he was under the influence?

Yesterday I got the news that the seller has agreed and signed on my offer to purchase a condo. Then today I get a call that he was under the influence of pain medication from yesterday morning's doctor's visit and that he does not remember agreeing to the contract. Can this contract still be... Read more »

Anton Pal Montano answered on Apr 7, 2016

It is difficult to give an accurate answer to this question without knowing all the details of your case. Generally, for example, a person may argue that a contract is voidable because he did not have the capacity or legal ability to enter the contract due to being under the influence of drugs or... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Securities Law for Texas on

Q: Can I advertise my hedge fund?

I and three of my partners are registering as Investment Advisors, exam scheduled soon and want to know - can we register "lots' of hedge funds to get around the max 35 non-accredited investors rule? Are we allowed to advertise the hedge fund via email, online etc..? Do we have to register with SEC... Read more »

Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 11, 2015

If you're going to be running a hedge fund, you should be consulting with a qualified securities lawyer about not just this question but in general making sure you are in compliance with applicable laws.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement...
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Q: Is my birth certificate a bond that's worth money

Adam Studnicki answered on Aug 10, 2015

Not sure what you mean. Check with a local securities lawyer.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for your specific...
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Q: How do I compel discovery in a shareholder's derivative suit

Zaven Andranik Sargsian answered on Dec 18, 2013

To the extent that the lawsuit is underway (in this shareholder derivative suit), you would need to look to the rules of civil procedure that your specific court follows. Although procedural rules can vary depending on what court you're in, they generally have similar provisions. Most, if not... Read more »

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