A model I photographed is disputing the agreement in our model release form, saying the contract is void because her birthdate was entered wrong. She is an adult, not a minor. Does this void the contract?
No, that wouldn't void an otherwise valid contract. That's particularly true if she actually gave you the wrong birthdate, which may have been an intentional act to give her the argument that the release was void.
My "otherwise valid" comment is because without reviewing the ocument in question, it's impossible to know if it's actually enforceable. You need to have lawyer review it for that.See question
Following month another late charge of $55.00 is added.i will send you a screen shot . The screen shot will be two months rent and two months late charge fees. Late fees for two months is $104.00. According to what i read this outlandish fees are ...
The only thing that matters, and what's legal, is what the contract you agreed to says. That's what governs.See question
My boyfriend passed away in October just got a hospital bill from when he was in there from end of June middle of July for over $49,000 I'm I responsible for this.
No, as long as you didn't agree to.See question
My Dr's office told me they got a brace authorized and my insurance would cover the cost %80 and I would owe %20. Assuming they actually did get pre authorization I signed for and payed the %20. I received a bill for the %80 and called my insu...
Many doctors as a courtesy to their patients submit their insurance claims for them, but still require their patients to agree to be responsible fpr payments whether or not their insurer pays for a claim, so I'm guessing you had agreed to that. If the cost and payment for this brace had been important enough for you to make sure that your insurance was going to cover the 80%, you could have waited to get the brace until that confirmation was in hand. Your hand, not your doctor's, who's not the one responsible for the payment.
If you feel you can't trust your doctor's staff to be honest with you, let your doctor know about this and/or get a new doctor, and in the future, get and keep copies of of all paperwork that constitutes agreements to pay. Trust but verify.See question
how do i get my money back
If this money waas in your account, why do you refer to it as an "investment"? And why was your acount cancelled? Since more than $25K is at stake, see a buiness litigator ASAP.See question
So someone got my eBay logon and bought a $700 item. They changed the ship to address but that's it. eBay cancelled the transaction but PayPal won't refund the money until contact has been made with the seller. Anyways, the landlord of the apartme...
If they have such a claim in MA, you can sue for "money had and recieved" which is a "common count."See question
I agreed to rent a vacation property in California. All done over the phone, no contract. Wired the funds in the amount of $5600.00. A week later and prior to occupancy a medical emergency made it impossible to follow through with rental. Noti...
You had an oral contract that you performed by paying. The owner is saying he dosn't have to perform because of this cancellation policy which you say wasn't disclosed. In the absence of terms, courts will typically supply "reasonable" terms.
Here. some cancellation notice is clearly reasonable, since the owner wasn't able to rent this property to anyone else for the week you held the reservation. You don't say how long "prior to occupancy" you cancelled, although it was clearly not 30 days prior to occupancy. If it was only a few days prior, I don't think a Small Claims judge would find you the winner of this argument.
Are you sure these isn't something in writing about cancellation in the advertising of this property, and/or in the terms of the site used, whether VRBO or airbnb? This is a common thing to need, as you've discovered, so review those. They have specific cancellation policies.
And next time, before wiring $5,600 to someone, make sure you know what the terms of your deal are, and make sure you have them in writing.See question
I received a check that I cashed which was made out to me. The company that issued it now states that they want the funds back it was a mistake. Am I legally required to return the funds?
It doesn't matter if the check was made out to you. It doesn't matter that you cashed the check. You're leaving out the only important fact: are you entitled to this money? If not, then of course you have to give it back.See question
Don't put your tax information online. This is a public forum and the posters are suposed to be anonymous.See question