The house was probably sold as a rented unit which has more value to the buyer. He doesn't have to find a renter. If you were not notified that you were to move or if your contract was not changed by the new owner, then you broke the contract and can probably be sued.
If they say so in the contract, yes.
sells the clothes that are in a store
If the proposed purchaser has an enforceable contract they can file a lawsuit to enforce the contract.If the proposed purchaser has an enforceable contract they can file a lawsuit to enforce the contract.If the proposed purchaser has an enforceable contract they can file a lawsuit to enforce the contract.If the proposed purchaser has an enforceable contract they can file a lawsuit to enforce the contract.
nobody i know sells modify endowment contracts. I know who sells weed
A person who sells pets might be a pet store owner (or employee) or, depending on the pet, a breeder.
She must make it a condition of the contract when she sells her story.
Depends on the contract. Check to see what penalties are listed for defaults.
Every 8 years
A butchery or a butcher, is a shop that sells meat. The owner of such a store is a butcher.
he sells stuff and cleans around and makes his shop the best and buys things for it
He is a store owner and he sells Billy's raccoon skins. :)
Sprint sells contract and no contract plans such as Sprint Pay As You Go. They provide 3G, 4G Wimax, and 4G LTE contracted and non contracted services.
The new iPhone normally sells for $199 with a contract. Models with more memory sell for $50 more with a contract. The price for one unlocked will be upwards of $400.
The nondisturbance clause, when properly worded, ensures that the rental agreement between the tenant and the landlord will continue under any circumstances, including mortgage default or the sale of the property. This is done primarily to protect the renter from eviction by the mortgagor if the property is foreclosed upon. A nondisturbance clause ensures that a tenant will not be evicted in the event that the landlord goes bankrupt or sells to a new owner.
Technically where I live:If any money was received this is a civil matter and it will require lawsuit and repossession of the carIf no money was received at all you could file for fraud, but the police will probably refuse and tell you it is a civil matter.If the renter sells the car and does not own it that is fraud and theft, even if you have no paper work to prove why the defaulter had the car.Added: Short answer: Going only on the facts stated in the question, NO. This is a civil case involving contract law, not a criminal matter.UNLESS you can prove that the rental was done with the intent to permanently deprive you of it (e.g.: the renter sells the car to someone else), but you would have to know that before the police would take a stolen auto report.
The only thing that is useable is a written contract.
They get a record contract and what they make depends on how well it sells, most have made over a million
There is no such thing as an unowned house. The builder who built it owns it first, then they sell it to an owner, who sells it to another owner, and so on. If it is foreclosed on, the bank owns it. If it left vacant after the owner moves away, that owner continues to own it. If the owner dies and no on inherits the property, the state owns it. Vacant houses are generally kept locked.
It is whan a store sells secondhand items such as clothes and accessories by the original owner who receives a percentage of the purchase.
to a certain extent. if you were part busness owner then yes...if not then ask your lawyer
The current owner of the property.
It's possible, but she would have to make it a condition of the contract when she sells her story. This is what Sylvester Stallone did when he wrote "Rocky".
The contract called for interest as long as you had the car. IF they get a judgment for the balance owed on the contract, it will call for interest until it is paid. READ your paperwork.
No but Warren Buffett owns NetJets which sells fractional shares in private jets including gulfstreams
You are probably referring to "Ollivanders". Ollivanders is the shop that sells magic wands. The owner is Mr. Ollivander.