I'm subletting the commercial space so that I have an office to work out of. The awning in front of the business is not being used as the current tenant has no need for it since the commercial space is only used for storage. If I place my signage ...
Nothing will protect you 100%, but giving notice to the landlord and having something signed by him and the subtenant (your direct landlord) can't hurt. KEEPING IN MIND the landlord doesn't have to consent. Assuming he does, however, the best thing to do is speak to your insurance broker and make sure you're adequately insured. Good luck.See question
I had a home for sale as the listing broker and brought the buyer to the seller the seller then went behind my back and sold the house to that buyer and when I found out I was told I was not entitled to any commission.
I'm not disagreeing with the answer provided by Mr. Chertock (and confirmations by the others) but I am reading the question differently. You were told by whom that you were not entitled to a commission? I wonder if you're claiming that your broker is not paying you the commission that you earned despite her getting paid by the seller - as opposed to the seller owing you the commission. Please clarify.See question
I have a 2family property, plus the bsmt which I was renting entire property. Unfortunately no one was making payments so I had to evict everyone, with the difference that the bsmt tenant was told not to make payments because i needed her to move ...
WE NEED MORE INFO - this doesn't sound right. 7 days a week **INDEFINITELY**?? Or just a single 7-day period? What other two tenants? I thought you had evicted them? If you were in court, did you agree to anything? That will dictate their and your respective rights.See question
I was fired from Rite-Aid in October of 2009 for theft. i worked there for 2 years and I was 20 at the time of being fired. I am now 26. Yes I am aware it was wrong and I don't even know why I did it. I signed a confession and payed them back, no ...
If you settled this with the former employer without police/judicial intervention, then there's no record and as long as you don't use them as a "reference," they won't share the info with anyone. Good luck.See question
If a person lives in a different address but comes to your house and gets mail with their dmv address is at my house. What is their legal address? Can I tell them not to come back?
I agree with Attorney Mayer, but wonder whether you're asking about this because you want to "evict" this person who only sometimes stays at your house... Or are they using your address for some other reason - so their children can attend a different school, for example? Either way, you'll probably want to retain a local attorney to review the situation and advise you accordingly. Good luck.See question
I have someone I'm beginning litigation against that had some information that's supposed to be only available by a subpoena and I was told not even with that. I have proof that this person paid someone to get this information from a city agency. ...
It sounds like the person that supplied the info (the city employee) accepted a bribe and that's a crime. The person who allegedly gave the bribe is also guilty. I'm not sure if it will have any bearing on the upcoming litigation, but your lawyer will be able to better answer that when you retain her. Good luck!!!See question
If i began a website and was discussing businesses, for example private accountants, hr block et cetera, do i need their consent to discuss aspects of their business? for example their typical customers, fees, and service charges?
I don't think you've provided enough information for a good answer. Are you taking about a site that will compare businesses and provide (presumably) non-biased opinions to try to help consumers decide which is best for them? When you say "typical" clients - are you suggesting "personal," "corporate," and such - or actual names of clients?See question
I am looking to purchase my first home in NYC. Who usually pays the realtor's commission (I don't have an agent..found a home on Zillow) What would a reputable attorney charge to do a closing? What other "fees" are involved in the closing ...
- Seller pays their own broker unless you contract otherwise.
- Attorneys' fees vary - call around but some other attorneys have posted ranges.
- Title insurance, municipal searches, mortgage tax are the biggest expenses aside from bank fees (assuming a mortgage).
- You should not be putting ANY contingencies into the contract - that's for your attorney.