Is a company obligated to honor an incorrect price advertised in a catalog? I just received my Sundance Catalog Founded by ROBERT Redford. They have a bracelet advertised for $15. When I called them to place my order to buy they said the correct p...
No. They do not have to honor a mistaken ad.See question
Can I sell my car (which is a recalled) to other people in Los Angeles (private party sell)?
If you own the car and someone else in los Angeles wants to buy it, you should be able to sell it.See question
So we purchased a car last year in November from the ford dealership and the car was an undercover car for the police department, the dealership failed to get the title realeased from the police department and went to DMV and created a new title u...
Sorry for your troubles. What you have is a breach of the implied warranty of title. They sold you a car but they cannot deliver title. You are entitled to give the car back and get your money back, if you prevail in court. Further, they should be ordered to pay your attorneys.See question
I was misinformed by the financial advisor at Land Rover that the lease term was going to be 33 months. The car was delivered Friday night around 7pm to my home and the financial advisor gave me the paperwork and had me sign it. He then after I si...
Legally, yes, you can cancel for any "legal" reason. You list "mistake" via misinformation as a legal reason. You also note the lease was concluded off premises, which is unlawful in CA. The brake issue will require you to give them a "reasonable number of attempts to fix" if there is a fix at all? Check online for other vehicles of the same year/make/model with the same issues. Lastly, they "lied" to you about the lease terms, but, how do you prove it? So, in closing, you have options. Your best one may be to use the warranty to "fix" the brakes and when they cannot fix, you bring a lemon law claim...See question
I purchased a vehicle from a friend of mine.. we agreed to make payments on the vehicle and when my last payment was due I did not have money to pay the last payment so he took my vehicle home with my with my keys now the car is at his house butt ...
Legally, no. Also, no one can sell you a car they do not own, so, you may have to work through that issue? What you have is a breach of contract (on your part) and a "conversion" on seller's part IF seller had the right to sell it at all. If not, it's a FRAUD on seller's part. It is NOT a crime unless you can convince the local police it was premeditated (the sale) and they start to care half as much about "people" as they do about businesses. Good luck with it.See question
Ad says must speak English AND Spanish... Is that discrimination if I can't speak Spanish?
No one is discriminating against you if they tell you upfront the qualifications for the job and you do not meet those qualifications. The qualification is not discriminatory as to a protected class of people, like people of color or disabled people. If you really really really want this job or a similar one, go learn to speak Spanish and re-apply?See question
I bought a 2006 used toyota from a lexus dealer here in calif. There were only back plates on the car. I thought maybe the front plate would come in the mail with the pink slip (if i twas required by law to have both plates) but it didnt. I though...
DMV can get you a replacement one if you need/want it.
I'd have your documents checked out to see if you had the car smogged or not.
There's a group online which sells tickets at different prices for male, female, and couples. Couples ticket is $70. While single men's is 120$ . ( this is against the law of state of cali) this lady online who's the friend of the originazer ( the...
The event itself sounds borderline unlawful. The ticket scheme as well. Still a lawyer will cost WAY more than you are out, I'd chalk it up to experience and move on...See question
I own a salon and one of my stylists has put up a website that portrays them as the owner. As I have no contract stating they can't do this I cannot terminate them. I am going to write up rental contracts and I want to make sure that I am clear th...
Like with any any business, you hire an accountant and you hire an attorney. IF you give the lawyer repeat business, s/he is likely to discount some of your work, as well. Looking here for such input, at no charge, is a sure fire way to continue not protecting yourself. You are wise to be attempting to protect yourself, now, do it right!
btw, you cannot "terminate" anyone who is not an employee.
Good luck with it...See question
Bought a sheet metal folding machine and have the technician out now four times for the same issue. This is a machine that I hope to have many years but feel uncomfortable that I will have problems down the road
Like all things in the law, it depends. Lemon law is warranty law. BUT it must be a "consumer product." OR something that can typically be used for consumer purposes, to get lemon law protection. IF your item fits the bill, you may indeed have a chance to get a remedy.See question