My daughter signed a promissory note back on July 12, 2014 for $3302.62. I need to get my money from her because she has refused to pay me. What can I do?
Call the Shreveport City Court Clerk and ask the clerk if they have forms available.See question
We are (B2B) service provider and want to video tape live in person sales calls to help up train and correct or current sales staff. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
If you're doing it with the consent of both parties, then yes, it's legal.
If you want to prevent one party from knowing about the tape, you should be careful. Even if that behavior is acceptable, the person being recorded may not appreciate it, and could damage your reputation.See question
her actions are causing this company to lose business, she has created a financial hole, and she refuses to be bought out and refuses to buy me out. what can I do to either keep the business or get out? we have been operating for 1 1/2 years and a...
The fact that your purchased all of the company's assets prior to formation of the company may give you a leg up in negotiations with your partner, and may mean that you actually own those assets if they were never transferred into the name of the company.
If you want to completely end the business, you can ask a court to dissolve the company.
Either way, you need an attorney to help you out with this issue.See question
I signed written agreement with Canadian company, they did not send me back my copy with their signatures but honored agreement terms for 2 months and now has cut off all communication, I mean all communication and still owed me for services rende...
Does the agreement specify which laws apply? If the laws of Canada apply, you should be looking for a lawyer there. If the agreement doesn't specify, then you may be able to bring the action in a local Lafayette court.
Second, does the agreement allow a non-breaching party to recover attorney's fees? If not, you may have trouble finding a lawyer willing to take the case when the maximum recovery is $3,000. Even if a lawyer takes the case on a high contingency rate (think 40-50%), there isn't much there to work with.See question
The agreement lists the owner or his representatives, etc. Within three months the manager has opened a fish market less than 1 mile away and has all of my customers. The manager is also related to the previous owner by marriage. The owner was not...
You should definitely have a Louisiana attorney look at your non-compete agreement. Louisiana Revised Statute § 23:921 sets out explicit requirements for a non-compete agreement. If your agreement meets those requirements, and you can show how the new business damaged your business, you may have a claim.See question
I will try to make this as short as possible, I live in a sub division in Slidell LA. In 2005 when I purchased the home the annual assessment on the home was $65.00. In 2006 I received a letter along with my bill that a special assessment was...
I'm curious to hear about how last night's meeting went.
It's likely you'd have to file a lawsuit in a small claims court to recover your money. I would recommend you sue the HOA, but given their financial straights, it's unlikely they have much for you to recover. So with that in mind, you'd want to figure out who the board members of HOA were during those years, and name them as defendants in the lawsuit as well.See question
My wife and I agreed to a three month lease in late september at an apartment complex due to the construction time on our new home. My wife called the office just to again let them know we were leaving on Jan. 5, 2013. The new manager said we wer...
Does your lease agreement require written notice? If so, it sounds like the office manager may be right. If it just requires notice, you may have a strong defense if the other employee (and if you can locate the former employee) are willing to testify on your behalf.
Take your lease to a local attorney for review.See question
We are in the middle of our second one year lease. The tenants that started the fire have several complaints filed against them and the fire dept. has been called twice and we had to inform the office if the events and nothing was done. Recently t...
That question cannot be answered without reviewing the lease agreement. If there was any damage to your apartment or your personal belongings, that may strengthen your claim.
If you'd like a complete answer, you need to bring a copy of your lease to an attorney.See question
I understand it is legal but it is making me crazy. Is there anything I can do short of moving to a new home?
Have you asked your neighbor about it and told him about your concerns? Maybe there's a way to reduce the flow of water and reduce the noise.
Legally, you may be able to file a lawsuit for nuisance depending on how loud the fountain is, where it's located, and other circumstances.
Speak with your neighbor first. If they refuse to help, speak with an attorney. Moving should be your last option.See question
I am a contract hauler in Alexandria, La. I've been delivering product to a customer for 3 weeks now. The last day the company where the product is being purchased from ( the company that pays me for my hauling services) said they had the incorr...
Do you have a contract with this company? Do the invoices indicate that you were being paid per mile, or is there just a flat rate amount given?See question