I signed a contract for a hotel for my wedding block last June 2020 (height of the pandemic).Wedding is Oct. 2021. The contract that I signed states that with 20 rooms booked, I will get a free shuttle service and if the rooms aren't booked then I can upgrade or receive a discount for one of... View More
Yes, I believe you are on very strong grounds for several reasons. Although noted stated in you query, I am basing my response on the assumption that the agreements executed were prepared by the facility. Therefore, if there is a question of interpretation, the court will decide against the drafter...View More
My concert was initially postponed, then canceled several months later. During a dispute with my credit card company (goods/services not received), the third-party ticket company sent me documents/evidence that assured me that I would get a full refund if the concert got canceled. (By the way, this... View More
You may file a complaint against the company if it was doing business in your state. Each state has different jurisdictional limits as to which court you file a complaint. Call your county court and speak to he administator's office to determine in which to file the complaint and the fees...View More
You should send the tenant a notice the lease period ends at the end of the next month at least thirty days prior the end of the lease term. For the notice to be effective for November 30th, the tenant should receive notice on or before October 1st. If you wish, you may advise the tenant that the...View More
I signed a contract and have paid. My fiancé is being deployed next year so we cannot reschedule. The venue is making changes to what is in my contract due to COVID restrictions and I want to just cancel and be refunded.
In addition to whatever the terms are in your contract, there are principals of general contract law regarding unforeseeable intervening events, impossibility and frustration of purpose that may apply to your situation. In addition, if the venue refuses to allow you to cancel and return your...View More
there is good reason not, to under applicable law, not less than 90 days from the expiration date. This date is very soon, so I asked the 'Landlord' for the new lease. The lease was signed by the person who had power of attorney for the owner, so they are our landlord. We found out last... View More
As a tenant, when property is sold there are only very specific reasons that tenants can be evicted. Since the eviction courts are closed except for emergency matters, the odds of being forced out during a pandemic are approaching 0. If you need legal advice, talk to an attorney....View More
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