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Q: Can I require my mini-storage customers to use auto-pay?

As a Mini-storage owner can I legally require my new and existing renters to be set up on auto-pay due to the imminent possibility of new lock-downs and Covid restrictions?

Keith Kanouse
Keith Kanouse answered on Nov 13, 2020

You will have to revise your current agreement to add auto-pay for future customers. For current customer the terms of the current agreement will have to be reviewed.

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Q: My attorneys are in possession of responsive documents to defendant RFPs and have not provided my production.

I am the plaintiff in a fraud case against a bank and other defendants. Defendants have justifiably submitted RFPs. Case began in 2017. My computers, phone and ipad were imaged to retain document integrity. My first law firm procrastinated providing any of my documents, emails, contracts and other... Read more »

Seril L Grossfeld
Seril L Grossfeld answered on Jul 20, 2020

If your documents are on a hard drive it is likely there are alot of documents. Your attorney has to review and possibly redact information from your documents which would take considerable time. I do not know if your attorney has filed an objection to any of the documents requested since there... Read more »

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