Okay so I am a candy man and my business is based off of profit so I go to target and collect all the candy I need and I would go to self check out and I would "double ring" items which means I would stack the items on top of one another and scan ...
From reading above, your defense appears to be "but I only stole a few things, I paid for most of it". I'm sure a professional lawyer, would come up with a better case to present to the courts. Hire one if you want to "beat it".See question
I went thru this Publishing company named Green Ivy Publishing, owned by a so called law group that does patents. They have been dissolved by the state of Illinois for no annual report. They were not sending sales reports of royalties as per the f...
You may contact the State Bar and file a grievance against the attorney. Every state is different in their procedures for filing, so contact the State in which the actions too place.See question
Had an accident on 10/31/2016, a police report was done and the other party was stated to be at fault. Have been talking with the paralegal for the attorney firm since this time. Have never consulted with the attorney herself nor signed an actual ...
If you don't have a contract, then you probably do not have an attorney. Send a written letter by certified mail detailing the complaints and informing the lawyer that you are going to use another firm and requesting they return any documents they have related to your case.See question
I have lived in my apt complex for 31 years. A new company took over a couple of years ago. I have had some very bad water leaks in my apt, my living room ceiling caved in on me and the ceiling in my hall bathroom has also caved in, there is also ...
Did you cause any of the issues? Did you report problems in a timely manner? Mold usually doesn't grow immediately up a leak occurring. Ceilings collapsing sounds like it may have been due to a long unattended problem.
If the apartment had mold, collapsed ceilings, and leaking plumbing, you may have the right to terminate the lease and move out. You may also have the right to make demands that the landlord make reasonable repairs to make the home habitable and that they do them in a reasonable timeframe if you want to stay in the location.
I recommend you take pictures of all the damage and print copies of any communications you have had with the property owners, and consult an attorney in your area that handles landlord/tenant issues.See question
Trying to resolve issues with an heir on my father's estate. The heir has told me on 2 occasion that they would sign rights away and on 2 occasion they have changed their mind. They now say they well sign rights for $2,500.
Nothing is ironclad. If you want the best chance of prevailing in court, you should consult with an attorney to have the contract drawn up and executed according to his instructions.See question
I payed $175 for the good and services to the LLC website online and agreed under criteria A and B that I will receive no refund. When I showed up today to receive the good and services, I only received 40% of the services and 0% of good. But unde...
You would probably pay more than the amount you a looking to collect. But you could request more on the theory that the cost is the lawyer and court Cody are consequential damages caused by their breach of the agreement. Only problem is that you would have to pay the lawyer and courts upfront and get reimbursed for the settlement/award.
Bluffing is not a good idea because by sending the demand, you have established a controversy between yourself and the demand recipient meaning, they can take the matter to court even if you didn't intend to do so.
Better for you to take the matter to Small claims court so you can, at least, get an education of how the judicial system works for your money you are out. But you would have a better opportunity of prevailing if you were represented by an attorney.See question
had a disagreement she took all of her belongings and left the next day.
If there is no lease agreement, as you stated above, what makes them your tenant rather than just a visitor who doesn't want to visit anymore?See question
I live in a small community in Texas. Someone broke into a business that belongs to a friend. The owner and the police were watching the video when the guy on the video, wearing the same clothes as in the robbery went walking across the parking lo...
That does not make sense. I suggest you go back to the officer and ask for clarification. He was probably talking about that being circumstantial and not enough for the officer to proceed on to make an arrest without further investigation.See question
My name is Jimmy Enrique Germer. I need my church records
That is not a legal question. That is a statement. Also, you should not use your name on public forums.See question
I run a small web development company on the side (LLC) and one of my clients is now asking for either access to my server or a copy of the source code on disk. I have yet to get him to tell me if he is planning on moving the site to another host...
Depends on your contract with the client. From what you describe, it sounds like the website may be a work for hire, which would make the code the customer's property.
You as a developer, should have a contract that clearly addresses the intellectual property concerns of you profession You should consider hiring the services of an IP law firm to draft standard contracts as starting points for your future projects.See question