If what you say is true, you may have a cause of action in invasion of privacy and nuisance. Nuisance signifies that the "right of quiet enjoyment" is being disrupted to such a degree that a tort is being committed.
In California, installation or use of any device for photographing, observing or overhearing events or sounds in a private place without permission of the people photographed or observed is against the law. A private place is one where a person may reasonably expect to be...
Probably not. While you did not offer a lot of facts, generally a child support obligation ends at majority (18) or highschool graduation (whichever is later).
At this point, do not sign anything or agree to anything without the help of an attorney.
While you are a little sketchy on facts, I'm going to assume that you hold title as tenants in common (frankly it does not matter) but thats a good jumping off point for the analysis.
The tenant (owner) who wants out can file an action in partition and force the sale of the property, but this is unnecessary and expensive. You can do it yourself if all agree. All you need to do is agree on a price for the property and the two remaining owners pay the third one third of that amount to buy...
Private sales of used merchandise like this are "as is" unless the seller offered a warranty on the merchandise or made material statements as to condition that turned out to be untrue.
You will likely lose the small claims court action.
Frankly, you have the option to recind the contract. Rather than have them take that stuff off the total (which they are going to want to do at their cost) insist that all of those things be installed on the car. Then you get the retail benefit of it (you know its included in the price you paid). Or offer to have them swap you for a car that has all of that.
This is false advertising and fraud. Make sure you save that ad and all paperwork associated with this transaction. If they give...
If I read what is happening here correctly, since one roomie couldn't sublet her room, she and the other girl they want to divide the cost of that evenly between all three (presumably to keep the place). I guess the deadbeat feels that since she won't be there, she shouldn't have to pay her full share of the rent.
Ain't gonna happen. If they (the other two) try to take your daughter to small claims court, they will lose. This is patently absurd.
Each tenant is responsible for 1/3 of the...
Well, they are probably just puffing to try to get you to bite for a big payment, but if you do owe a large amount of money, this will probably not go away.
I would suggest talking with an attorney near you. Most will consult initially for free and they can help guide you.
I suppose its legal in that you can agree to many things in a contract, but the real question is whether or not its enforceable. First of all, the working for 18 months provision is not enforceable as they cannot obtain specific performance on a labor contract. The real question is are you on the hook for the $7,500.
More facts would be helpful, but it appears to be a timing issue with consideration.
If, prior to the training, they approach you and offer you a contract saying "we will...