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.
I rented a place and moved in October 2nd. I paid first month and deposit. On October 31st I paid my full rent for November and gave landlord written 30 days notice of me moving out by December 1st. The reason I was moving out so early was because...
Mr. Smollens has provided a great answer, but I want to offer some practical advice for the next time. Don't give notice to be out by the first of any month -- you should be out by the LAST day of the month that you're paying for. If you or your belongings still occupy the premises on the first of the month (even if that's the day you actually leave) you'll technically owe rent for that month, too!See question
I slipped and fell on a NYC mta bus, broke my ankle in 2 places and dislocated it. I had sugury the next day to have screws In my leg. I also have a tendon in my knee in pain, I can get an MRI with out the claim number please let me! The mta is n...
Reach out to a personal injury attorney ASAP. The timeframe and rules for filing against the city are VERY tight and if you make any mistakes your claim could easily become forever barred.See question
6/30/15 Tenant left plow, barbacue grill, and a vaccum, in front of garage, also owed 1/2 mo rent=$350. New tenant move in 7/1/15. We moved stuff, contact with old tenant 7/2 by text, he'd get plow sometime, left no forward address. Text message e...
I agree with Mr. Smollens but am only writing because I want to hear what happened yesterday.See question
bedroom which is the bedroom to the left of the kitchen and I sleep in the room to the right of the kitchen. For months now she has been sleeping on the couch in the living room. She has comforters on the couch. The tv is on until all hours of the...
As has been correctly stated, you have grounds to terminate the agreement. But if that's the only issue, you might want to consider your options. On a side note, is the living room denoted as "common area" in your agreement - meaning you have equal access to it?See question
I parked directly in front of a multi meter in queens. The meter was broken and it was the only one on that block. I went to the deli to get change because I wasn't sure if the meter was broken or just wasn't accepting cards. When I w...
I'm not sure I completely follow the story. I get the part about looking for change in case it was just not accepting credit cards (that's happened to me, too) but you also said something about having a photo that shows the screen saying it was not working. If the screen said that, why would you be looking for change? Did you test it with change, and if so, did you successfully purchase time? I ask because there's a 5 minute grace period with muni meters to allow people to get change - so if you did, in fact, purchase time within 5 minutes of the ticket, you should be able to beat that ticket. Good luck!See question
The karate school my grandson attends has yearly contract for the parents to sign. Stating that they are expected to attend class and pay for services for 1 year. My daughter decided to move out of state 6 months in to the contract with out giv...
Putting aside the decent answers you already received, how much money is at issue? I imagine offering half as a settlement would make more sense to both sides rather than going to court to fight over the rest.See question
How are they related?
An OSC is a quick way to get "emergency" relief such as a TRO where the claimant, through the court, is essentially saying to the other side, "tell the court why I should not be provided the relief requested."See question
Would it be considered a violation if I was to remove a built-in garage and turn it into part of the master bedroom. No structural change would have to be made simply just putting sheet-rock up.
Absolutely. And, as soon as your neighbors notice your guests or you parking in front of their houses because they realize you no longer have use of your garage, they will probably turn you in. Only an architect or engineer can advise you whether you can legally convert the garage into living space.See question