Search

  • Re: Has my plumber breached our contract?

    [quote user="TR28"]How in the world would this guy win a breach-of-contract lawsuit when I called him just minutes later and told him that he was not fired and he ignored me?[/quote] This is at least the second time you've asked this question. The answer is that, if your mother's firing of the plumber was a breach (and I think it was
    Posted to Contracts (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: Has my plumber breached our contract?

    [quote user="TR28"]Initially, my mother signed the contract. The plumber suggested/insisted that I sign the contract as well, and I did not know that he was going to make that suggestion. The contract was not changed to account for two clients, as opposed to one.[/quote] None of this matters. You could, of course, have insisted that the contract
    Posted to Contracts (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: Has my plumber breached our contract?

    [quote user="TR28"]Can you please elaborate on how this contract is lacking? What should the contract include?[/quote] That would be way beyond the scope of an internet message board and is relatively easy to ascertain by googling.
    Posted to Contracts (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: Has my plumber breached our contract?

    [quote user="TR28"]Keep in mind that I called him *just minutes* after his conversation with my mother. I called him even before he had the chance to come to the house to pick up his tools. I did not wait days or weeks to call him.[/quote] If that were relevant, I would have asked how much time elapsed between the two events. [quote user="TR28"
    Posted to Contracts (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: Canadian mother married to US work visa holder; custody Q

    [quote user="CanadianMother"]My husband was arrested in July 2016 for restraint and domestic assault. I called the police on him. Since then, I have stood by him. . . .[/quote] Other than you "stand[ing] by him," what has happened with this eight month old incident? You told us he was arrested. Has he since been charged? If so, has
    Posted to Divorce - Custody & Visitation (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: Has my plumber breached our contract?

    [quote user="TR28"]if my mother breaches the contract by firing him, and I proceed to un-fire him, doesn't my un-firing him mean something?[/quote] No. "Un-firing" is not a concept that has any legal meaning. [quote user="TR28"]Do I not have a voice at all?[/quote] This gets back to the lack of a provision that says
    Posted to Contracts (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Mon, Mar 27 2017
  • Re: Has my plumber breached our contract?

    [quote user="TR28"]I believe that he is in breach of contract. There is no provision in the contract that says that, if my mother and I disagree about firing him, then he can simply walk away from the contract.[/quote] Of course there's no such provision. Aside from the fact that your contract is woefully lacking in a lot of areas (if
    Posted to Contracts (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Mon, Mar 27 2017
  • Re: discretionary trust limits

    [quote user="rh63"]I am in the process of drafting a trust for my sibling who is 70 and her adult children.[/quote] I have to assume you're not a lawyer, so you should immediately stop doing this because what you're doing is illegal.
    Posted to Estates, Wills & Probate (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Mon, Mar 27 2017
  • Re: I need a lawyers response

    [quote user="Ashton1992"]I did not put an end to it before because the person tried to keep lawyers from taking my case.[/quote] The question you were asked was "why didn't you just put an end to this relationship when it first became apparent that trouble was brewing? And why haven't you put an end to it still?" To say that
    Posted to Criminal Law (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Mon, Mar 27 2017
  • Re: I need a lawyers response

    What does this have to do with criminal law? [quote user="Ashton1992"]Should I sue an individual or individuals who kept starting stuff. The stuff includes many different forms of slander.[/quote] "Starting stuff" is not a recognized basis for a civil lawsuit. Slander is. Of course, lots of laypersons are confused about what slander
    Posted to Criminal Law (Forum) by ca19lawyer2 on Mon, Mar 27 2017
Page 1 of 1866 (18658 items) 1 2 3 4 5 Next > ... Last » | More Search Options

My Community

Community Membership New Users: Search Community