I am an Owner Operator, my current Agent gave me a loan for a Semi. I have a guarentee too buy contract. I have never reiceved a delinquent notice of payment in the mail. The truck payment comes directly out of my statements every month. I do owe ...
Why not go back to the attorney who answered your question? Otherwise, it will require a review of the relevant documents. You will need to contact attorneys individually, since attorneys cannot solicit your business through this website.See question
We bought condo as a second residency in 2011. My mother also lives there. There were no problems till a month ago when we were fined $1000 because the condo board claims that it is not our primary residence. Their bylaws do not allow leasing, b...
It would require a review of the bylaws to advise you. It may be the attorney is overreaching, or it may be that the attorney is correct. A real estate attorney in your area would be able to review the relevant documents and advise you.See question
I have bought some 9mm ammunition of "tulammo" and one of the shell casings had a significant manufacturing error and i believe could have been very bad had i shot it. Just wondering if there is a case to be made there?
You cannot collect for what might have happened. You may be entitled to a refund, but that would depend on the terms of sale.See question
It has been recorded now for more than 24 months and has expired.
It is only enforceable for two years. No release is needed.See question
My parents started business in 2011 , according to vendor they had a contract ( my parents are not aware if they had any contract ), 3 weeks in advance my parents informed the vendor that they are shutting down the business so they don't need serv...
The fact that you parents are closing their business probably does not terminate any contractual agreements they have. It would require a review of the contract to give them a definitive answer.See question
I was returning an item at a major retail store and the employee asked for my id and phone number for the return. I did have a receipt for the item and it was within the time frame of the store's policy. I received my money and id and left the sto...
It does not sound as if you have suffered any type of economic damage from this telephone call. Perhaps I am overly skeptical, but I wonder if this is a scam by this employee to get people to give her money. You might, or might not, want to contact the store's manager about this.See question
Essentially, a company exists that claims they are able to alleviate debt but it's based on a lottery of sorts. Is this legal based on gaming/lottery laws in the United States?
Without more information it is difficult to say. If people are required to pay in to get a chance to have their debt paid, then no, that probably is not a viable or legal business plan. You should speak with a business law attorney to discuss your plan in detail.See question
If the seller dont want to give you title after you sign a bill of sale ( both signs , names , addresses), if any chances to return money from him i gave ( it shows on my bill of sale , amount of money i gave him ) ?
Avvo classified this as real estate, but I am not sure that is the case. In any event, the place to start is the bill of sale and any other documents you may have. You may need to file a lawsuit to perfect title in whatever this item is.See question
My husband and I own a small (but quickly growing) pet store in a small town. We are the only employees right now, and that works for us. We are some what involved with the local schools and have been tossing around the idea of starting a voluntee...
If folks are working to benefit your business, you need to pay them, simple as that. It does not matter if they are at the register, in the back room, or on the roof.See question
We put $5,000 earnest money down with the contingency if we can't get financing we can get our money back. Now we find out nobody will finance it for the property because it is a manufactured home in a floodplain however they don't want to give us...
You need to hire a real estate attorney to represent you. The answer is in your purchase agreement. Without reviewing that document, there is not much anyone on a forum such as this can do for you. This is a good example of why you should always hire your own attorney whenever you purchase or sell real estate.See question