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Is a employment agreement and/or its binding arbitration

Is a employment agreement and/or its binding arbitration clause enforceable if the employer has committed fraud?

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TJ, Esq.

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I met a younger woman on a dating site and she turned out to

I met a younger woman on a dating site and she turned out to be a con artist, according to a detective who appeared at my front door last week. She has put me in a financial bind. What are my legal rights?

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Ely

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IF ON A US GOVERNMENT BILL OF LADING A SEGMENT DEALING WITH

IF ON A US GOVERNMENT BILL OF LADING A SEGMENT DEALING WITH A PAYMENT FOR SERVICES IS WHITED OUT . IS THE DOER OF THIS ACTION WHO DOES THIS IN ORDER TO GAIN ADDITIONAL MONIES GUILTY OF FORGING A US GOVT. DOCUMENT.

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Dwayne B.

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My mom is an alcoholic borderline personality disorder. She

My mom is an alcoholic borderline personality disorder. She is claiming that I forged her name on a student loan in 2006, and I did not. While she did get the loan for me, the agreement was that I would keep 4000 and she could keep the 6,000, and that's what happened. She never made any payments, and now the loan is over 14,000. She claims that I forged her name to get the loan and is demanding the 14000 or she will press charges against me. Does she have a case?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MichiganJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not yetJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Only that she has a letter from me thanking her for securing the loan, and a copy of the 6,000 check that went directly into her bank account & proof that the $4000 went into mine. I thought I could help her by getting this loan together at a low interest rate.

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We just purchased a home in Colorado. On Friday June 10, we

We just purchased a home in Colorado. On Friday June 10, we were notified by Allstate that they would not provide us with home insurance past 60 days after closing because the house needed a new roof on the east side, the west side had been previously been replaced. The sellers signed an addendum saying they would pay for repairs to the roof. There inspector (state Farm) said they would do a patch job on the roof for $150.00. I refused them and told them to leave. Allstate said they would not accept a patch job and have since said they would canx our insurance effective on Aug12, unless the roof was replaced. State farm (their insurance co) has refused to talked me saying it was between me and the seller. The seller has a $3500 deductible, I asked her to send a check for that amount which she did. She canx that check and subsequently sent me a check for $150.00. The estimate for that side of the roof is over $3000.00 Do I have a legal recourse, or do I just have to suck it up?

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Loren

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This question is. I started a new business called “GET RIGHT

This question is for SOCRATEASER ONLY.I started a new business called “GET RIGHT LLC” and “GET RIGHT LLC” signed a contract with a law firm named “THE LAW OFFICE OF KEVIN TARVER” to represent it as its Attorney.The contract they gave me to sign said; this is an agreement between “Get Rich LLC.,” hereinafter referred to as “Clint,” and “The Law Office of Kevin Tarver” hereinafter referred to as “Attorney.” We both signed as;

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If a customer executes a legal contract with the intention

if a customer executes a legal contract with the intention of obtaining a document and not honoring there committment. can i sue for fraud as well as any civil claims

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Ely

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I live in Florida I mailed a money order to La to help a

I live in Florida I mailed a money order to La to help a friend with rent after many conversations and text with landlord was told they never received. Friend threatened with eviction I am on a fixed income but struggled to come up with more money--I just received info and documentation from western union Money order was altered Unit number was changed do I have any recourse other than demanding money be credited to correct account does their bank have any liability for accepting altered money order.. I am stress and tired thank you

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Dwayne B.

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I was recently contacted through email by an attorney in the

I was recently contacted through email by an attorney in the United Kingdom; who asked me to respond to his email. The email stated that he had a client of his in the United Kingdom that passed away some years ago and that he could not give me any more info than that. He stated after looking through some of his clients papers in his house that he saw a paper with my name on it, supposedly. He then used an advanced people search to search that name, and it came back with my email address somehow. He asked what my relation is to this man(his client). I do not have a relation to this man, I do not live in the United Kingdom, and I don't know the person he is referring too. The email seems threatening and a little misleading. Am I Obliged to reply and say I don't know him and am not related to him, or just forget the email and don't worry about replying; since I do not know this person?? I want to know if there's any precautionary tips or Legal recourse or action I might need to take before replying, or any tips I might need to know incase there was a follow up reply? What are the legal standards for something like this?

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Zoey, JD

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