If the company was not incorporated when the document was created, the company must have been a partnership or a sole-proprietorship. Whoever signed the contract is legally bound by the contract. If a partner signed, the partnership is legally bound. If a person signed, that person is legally bound.
A contract is a legal agreement between two or more people. Once you sign a contract, you are legally bound to it.
I'm bound to observe the obligations provided by the lease contract.
You can't. You are just as legally bound as the primary signer on the contract and as such are obligated to satisfy the terms of the contract. That's why it's NEVER a good idea to be a co-signer.
A contract is a legally binding agreement between the parties who have signed it, unless written into the contract otherwise, all parties are bound by the terms of the agreement/contract they signed.
If you and the publisher are not legally bound by any contract - simply walk away and cease dealing with them.
No, once you sign the purchase agreement you are legally bound by that.
If they didn't sign the contract or agree to it, then obviously no. But if they did sign or agree to it, without reading the fine print, then yes.
On the purchase of a vehicle you cannot cancel the contract as the Cooling Off Period or Buyers Remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a vehicle. You signed the contract and are legally bound to honor it.
It's not that easy, because by signing the contract you legally bound yourself to the terms and conditions, saying you understood and would follow them. You could take them to court maybe if you think you were mis-sold something, or something they claimed turned out to be different than what was in the contract. But apart from that, the point of a contract is that it's legally binding and enforcable, there's no real reason to let people unilaterally break their side of it.
yeah.. added: Keep in mind that if a parent/guardian signs a contract for a minor it is the ADULT that is responsible for complying with the terms of the agreement. In most (all?) states, a minor cannot be legally bound by a contract.
You signed a contract and now you want to change your mind? What do you think? A contract is a legally binding agreement between 2 parties that is enforceable in law. You signed the contract and you are bound by it. If the contract included you trading in your car then legally you must trade it in. Do otherwise and you are just asking to be sued. You will loose the suit if the contract is in order and will be out more money.
Unless you can reach some kind of agreement between yourself and the originator of the contract, you are plain out of luck. A contract is just that ... a binding deal between two or more parties ... and upon signing and agreeing to the terms set forth in such contract, you and the other parties involved are legally bound to it and its contents, and there is no way to break it without being sued in a court of law.
The legal age to be bound in contract in any state is 18 years old; before that age you are considered in the eyes of the law to be an infant. One can still legally contract with an infant or minor, but the contract is voidable.
You are legally bound to the lease and the obligations of the original contract as if it were your lease. You can take the person that you co-signed for to court for reimbursement.
You are agreeing to all the provisions, obligations, agreements, consideration and terms of the contract. You need to read it carefully to determine what they are before you agree to be legally bound by those obligations.
Specifically in Florida?
you can back out on a contract within 72 hours
Of course you do. If you don't the interest and late penalties will add up and if it takes a while to sell the house you may lose it by foreclosure instead. You signed a contract to make monthly payments and you are legally bound to its terms.Of course you do. If you don't the interest and late penalties will add up and if it takes a while to sell the house you may lose it by foreclosure instead. You signed a contract to make monthly payments and you are legally bound to its terms.Of course you do. If you don't the interest and late penalties will add up and if it takes a while to sell the house you may lose it by foreclosure instead. You signed a contract to make monthly payments and you are legally bound to its terms.Of course you do. If you don't the interest and late penalties will add up and if it takes a while to sell the house you may lose it by foreclosure instead. You signed a contract to make monthly payments and you are legally bound to its terms.
in a contract you are legally bound by it and a promise is something u just make someone. so if u break your contract you could go to jail but if u break a promise you might lose a friend or who ever you made that promise with.
It would depend on if they signed a contract. If they did, then they would be legally bound to pay at least minimum wage.
Not if you signed the papers and paid for it, unless the selling dealer agrees. You cannot simply void a contract you have already signed. Legally you are bound to that contract. Talk to the selling dealer. You have 3 business days to cancel the contract.
Yes, but it may be collectable only in the state of origin. Say, you signed a contract that was legally binding in Alabama, but you moved to Mississippi and Mississippi did not permit the 25% APR that the Alabama bank is charging, and caps permissible interest at 20%; then, the Alabama bank in an attempt to collect the debt may only be able to legally collect what Mississippi permits.However, keep in mind that if you signed a contract you signed a contract and are legally bound by that. The contract takes precedence.
No, serfs did not take part in a feudal contract. They were born into their station in life, and there was no need to obtain the promises required for feudalism from wholly free people. The serfs had a measure of freedom, but they were bound to the land legally.
The main parties to a contract are the people who sign the contract. Each party that signs the contract is bound by everything written in the contract.