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I would like to start a social enterprise ( online platform
I would like to start a social enterprise ( online platform for mentally ill teens) - would like to know if non-profit incorporation or for profit incorporation is better. Need initial "seed" donation/funding and then over time have revenue sustain operations. All profits will be invested back in growing the community. Over time there are likely to be two to three employees others would volunteers. The revenue model is via online sponsorships and ads as well as direct revenue from referrals to professionals.
This question deals specifically with California Law and I
This question deals specifically with California Law and I prefer fo have a California attorney answer this question. Thank you.I am leasing a building to a tenant that is a California Corporation (Corp1, started 2014). For this question I will call this corporation ABC MNO XYZ, Inc.Turns out, this tenant has another California Corporation (Corp 2, started 2012) has a different name completely.Corp 2 registered a DBA with the county recorder in 2012. Published this DBA. The DBA is "ABC MNO XYZ." Same as/identical to Corp 1 except for the "Inc.".After the lease was signed by ABC MNO XYZ, Inc. (Corp 1), we discovered that he has been signing building permits, business records, city filings, etc. as "ABC MNO XYZ" ...No "Inc."Further, with some research, we discover in the California Business Corp name search that Corp 2 is suspended.Also, his our tenant the president of Corp 1 was/is also the President of Corp 2Could someone help me understand what "shell/sham" game is being played? This fellows father is a real-estate lawyer.Can someone point me to some California codes/laws to help me learn about this? Something doesn't sit right.Thanks
I am a freelance copyeditor. I I recently completed a job
I am a freelance copyeditor. I I recently completed a job for a client, but the client is unsatisfied. For this particular job, no contracts were signed, as it was only a $250 job.I feel as if this client was out to get a free service to begin with, because I did a very full job and the client is looking for every reason why a full refund is required to her by law, even though these reasons did not factor into her dissatisfaction.In my initial proposal to her, this is what I said of my services:"As an editor, my work usually includes revisions for grammar, punctuation, spelling, vocabulary, syntax, format, flow, and general errors in typing. I also make it my job to note any inconsistencies or questionable areas in your content that you might review and offer you ideas, but I am happy to discuss your specific needs.All editing is done digitally, and all changes are tracked so that you can see each revision made if you so wish."That plus a sample edit of my work was the extent of what I gave the client as far as what to expect. She is saying that she is dissatisfied with the number of remaining errors in her work. I explained that editing is a multi-level process and that remaining errors are to be expected after I am finished. I also apologized if there was any misunderstanding of what she could expect, mentioned that I would add a disclaimer to my page for future reference, and offered to go back over it again to do further work if she was unclear of what to expect.She is, however, rejecting my offer to do further work, saying that she understood that there would be errors remaining, and saying that she will only accept a full refund. Despite her admitting that she understood that she would not receive a perfect job, though, she is saying that because I did not have that disclaimer stating that she would not receive a perfect job I am required by law to give her a full refund (again, even though she said she understood without the disclaimer).So this is my question. Am I required to give her a refund in this case? I think I did my job very, very well, but she is not budging.
I did buy a package at the company www.storesonline.com 13
I did buy a package for storefront at the company www.storesonline.com 13 years ago. They promissed never change the monthly fee, provide a gateway for payment, do statistick and inventory controll... After about 6 years the change to version 7 with takes bigger monthly fee... I refuse to change the platform. Now from time to time my site doesn't work... Can I get help from court?
How do I get the judge to confirm a special Set Hearing I
How do I get the judge to confirm a special Set HearingI filed TWO Motions in the same case over two weeks ago and faxed them to the Judicial Assistant of the Judge1- A Motion for Court Default without a hearing and2- A request for a Hearing Special Set on A Motion to Strike Sham Pleadings [which requires an evidentuary hearing]As of this date, I have not received a response- where do I proceed from here
My mom and dad have put a ranch they owned in an llc my dad
My mom and dad have put a ranch they owned in an llc my dad only parent still alive wants to remove two of his three daughters who have shares in the llc but keep one daughter with her shares she is the only one who takes good care of him which is me the other two daughters took a lot if his money by taking advantage of him can my dad take away their shares
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Hello. I am responding to a civil complaint revolving around a breach of franchise agreement. I would like to assert a Misrepresentation by the Plaintiff on account of their claim of having 170+ locations. In reality it is closer to 80 locations, as several years back many of the franchisees withdrew from the corporation. That withdrawal resulted in a rather large lawsuit that I am considering referencing in my response. But, technically, those franchisees lost said case. Am I correct in assuming it would be unwise for me to reference a case in which the losing side and I have the same breach in common?