My family and I went to Corner Bakery a couple weeks ago. I had a coupon for a buy 1 get 1 free. My salad was $8.79 and my husband's sandwich was $8.49. So our discount should've been for $8.49 (the cheaper priced item) instead our discount was on...
De minimis non curat lex. . . . . .See question
Or is that a mistake on the citation
No, you would be dead. And "well preserved".See question
If you have a condition in a contract, such as a premarital agreement, that says (paraphrased because this is my situation right now, but relevant contract terms included) "John and Sue will plan to build and jointly own a house subject to" a. Su...
These are not small amounts and justify hiring both a CPA and an attorney. No one will "bless" the transaction or your expression of the transaction in a manner you can rely on until they are retained. Vague comments about conditions precedent, concurrent and subsequent add very little to the analysis, if anything.See question
i have completed my degree and search in job.
This is not a jobs bulletin board but a legal question site.See question
I want to buy bottles of perfume and re bottle them into smaller bottles. I would give the original company full credit. Also on the smaller bottles I would leave them clear without any advertising or writing. The buyer would only know because Im ...
No, if you give the manufacturer full credit you are committing trademark infriungement.See question
I was terminated in a wrongful manner by accepted industry standards. Do not have a case for wrongful termination under CA Law. In my opinion, I was a victim of cronyism. I’m seeking a more favorable severance payout. Hired: 4/4/16. Position: VP -...
Without a written contract you are an at will employee and are entitled to no severance pay regardless of industry standards or "unfairnes" or "cronyism". Maybe you can negotiate more or maybe you will end with zero. It is speculation.See question
My sister received a letter from civilcourtnotice.com stating a tro/domestic violence lawsuit had been filed against her. she is and has been ill and only leaving the house for appointments or e.r. visits. How do i tell if its a scam or if someo...
The phone call has zero legal significance. Personal service is required for jurisdiction. People don't call to say you have been sued. Wait until papers arrive or if you really want to check the index with the court clerk's office under the defendant index for you sister's name. Send no money to anyone until you have the lawsuit in hand.See question
I was scam by a tenant the was subletting his apartment complex can i go after the property owners and managers if they knew this person was doing this?
Knowing something to be true and proving it are very different.
Unless they took an overt act to aid and abet or conspire with the scammer, then NO. Knowing about something creates no duty to you.
Edit: I've been victim of a really clever and elaborated scam: a "manager" contacted me to provide escort service to one of his "artist" and ask me to lend him money (8k) upon reimbursement. 1. Obviously I've never been paid NOR reimbursed 2. Th...
Perfect for small claims court. You won't need, nor can you have, an attorney.
Problem: even with a judgment you will find execution on the judgment impossible.
Con artists don't keep bank accounts for their creditors to find.