I have a contract with contingencies. The contingencies are:
I have a contract with contingencies. The contingencies are:Work under this agreement will begin within 30 calendar days after the following contingencies have beenmet.i. Complete Plans and Specifications have been approved and initialed by both Buyer and StarPower LLC.ii. Buyer has obtained all architectural approvals from subdivision or neighborhood authorities.iii. Buyer has furnished Star Power LLC with evidence of ownership of the property satisfactory toStar Power LLC.iv. All appropriate building permits have been issued.v. The contract has been signed by Buyer and Star Power LLC. The Photovoltaic System will beconsidered substantially commenced when materials arrive at the Job Site.Is it legal for the Solar company to obtain proof of ownership from someone other than me (the buyer)??Per the Solar company,"When the HERO loan was completed that financing agency checks the ownership and that is who would sign for the loan. Star Power can install solar panels for anyone including a renter if they want to pay for them. Our obligation is to properly handle the install. Are you still interested in going solar or no? We have the materials and that's the biggest problem. Once Star Power lays out this kind of money we have to recoup it".
I was possibly looking to get some answers about a business
I was possibly looking to get some answers about a business that owes me moneyJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: OregonJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I guess that this is regarding a business to business relationship
My husband and I hired a contractor to build a pole barn,
Hello,My husband and I hired a contractor to build a pole barn, cement it, and extend our driveway on our home. We paid this contractor half up front with balance due upon completion of the job which has a complete by date as stated on the contract. We cut him that check in April. The job has a complete by date of mid June. It takes 1-2 good weeks to build a pole barn so we allotted plenty of time in the contract. It is October the job is not done and the contractor is stating that he is still due money. I have trash that has been in my yard since he started. My driveway for my home has been damaged. And I must get someone the finish this work that remains. I have no idea what expenses I shall incur doing so. The guy is offering to finish the work upon stipulation. I really don't want anything more to do with him. Am I obligated to this contractor in any manner? If so explain, please.Many Thanks
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I have a contract concern, not sure how to pursue it. The
I have a contract concern, not sure how to pursue it.JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: The company is in NJ, I am in Vermont.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: We hired a private bus company established under corporate laws of NJ, to take Diplomats from the UN to a retreat in Vermont. The pick up was at the UN, there were 35 diplomats, 9 ambassadors on the bus.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: The bus came late for the pick - up, 35 minutes passed planned departure time, the driver did not know how to get to Vermont, and they arrived 2 hours late. The press left and it was an embarrassment, bu the diplomats were upset saying they were afraid since he did not know where he was going. The bus driver told me this himself. But he was late the next day as well, even though the hotel he had to go to was next door. The bus company's pledges personalized service, knowledgeable drivers. They charged my an extra fee for stops in Vermont, which I guided. I also had to get the driver out in the morning. Therefore, I would like to get a refund and if possible an apology letter. I wrote to the bus company, and send a copy to the NJ Attorney General, Consumer Affairs - no answer.
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I filed a claim with a tire company for replacement under
I filed a claim with a tire company for replacement under warranty. My claim was denied by stating that tire sustained physical damage. No report of inspection was provided, nothing in writing describing the process of inspection provided. Is the tire company required to issue warranty decisions in writing ? What can I do if I disagree with their decision ?
I had already written a lot but got lost trying to get on
I had already written a lot but got lost trying to get on PaypalJA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: CaliforniaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I received a check for my inheritance from a trust I am a bienifishary and I think the trustees which are my brother in laws are not giving me the right amount. How can I get a copy of the trust.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: They sent me a half sheet of paper that looks authentic but a very bad job of recreating it they typed in the three of us at $10,000 each two are their grand children and the trustee are my two brother in-laws How can I get a copy of the trust.
We engaged Northern Arizona Credit, Inc. (NAC) on 8/1/2016
We engaged Northern Arizona Credit, Inc. (NAC) on 8/1/2016 to collect the balance of a $1,821.00 for a original $10,000 judgment signed by the Flagstaff Court Judge. We agreed and received monthly payments in the amount of $400.00 from the Debtor and his payments stopped. After not receiving the monthly payments, we decided to engage a collection company local to the debtors home/business. Prior to placing the debtor into collection (at least that is what we thought) we send numerous letters and made calls to the debtor. Since we have failed in our attempt to work this out with the debtor directly, we turned this judgment balance in the amount of $1,821.46 over to the Northern Arizona Credit, Inc., Collection Services on 8/1/2016; I send a letter by email and by registered mail to the debtor. We signed an agreement with the NAC, but have never heard from them anything. We called yesterday (8/13/2016) and were informed that they are not a collection agency, although all their advertisement does state that they are. According to them they have been writing 4 request letters. My question is what are my options in regards ***** ***** non-performance of NAC?