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Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Criminal Law, Small Claims
Is a contract dispute with a customer a small claims or a criminal case?
A contractual dispute with a customer would be considered a civil matter, not a criminal one. It could be a small claim depending on your state's small claims maximum, which can be found by contacting your local court. ...
Asked in US Constitution
What is your recourse if the Court of Appeals finds you guilty?
If the court of appeals finds a person guilty it is usually their last recourse. An attorney will be able to help the defendant decide what to do in the case they are found guilty. ...
Asked in Business & Finance
What Happens If A Customer Does Not Pay An Invoice?
What takes place if a customer does not pay will base on how your account is arranged. An account can be arranged in two means, recourse and non-recourse. A recourse account calls for a guarantee that you will both purchase back unpaid invoices, swap it out, or deduct the amount out of your reserve budget totally or more and more till paid completely. With a non-recourse account the loss will be absorbed under certain situations. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
When a cop tells you he is marking this down as a customer dispute what does that mean?
In Illinois, it means that the report (if written) will document the incident as being a customer dispute, which will be a civil matter. It means that no violation of a criminal statue occurred. Police are only able to take action in matters of criminal law, not civil. Any remedies you seek will have to be pursued in civil court. The report can act as documentation of the incident for use in your civil court case if you wish. ...
Asked in Custody
Can you move another state with disputed custody?
No. If a court has jurisdiction over your case you must resolve the dispute in that court. Fleeing to another state would bring more trouble. No. If a court has jurisdiction over your case you must resolve the dispute in that court. Fleeing to another state would bring more trouble. No. If a court has jurisdiction over your case you must resolve the dispute in that court. Fleeing to another state would bring more trouble. No. If a court has jurisdiction over your case...
When a dispute arises between french and UK company what law is used?
International court for justice will solve the dispute.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Contract Law
What is the source of an arbitrator's authority to arbitrate?
The source of an arbitrator's authority comes from the parties to the dispute being arbitrated. Both parties agree that their dispute will be settled through arbitration rather than through litigation and they enter into a contract promising that the arbitration will be binding they will abide by the decision of the arbitrator. If one party refuses to honor the arbitrator's decision, the other party can go to court and have the court enforce the arbitration decision, but it won't have to litigate...
Asked in Estates, Probate, Civil Rights
Can a probate dispute be filed in federal court?
Generally, a dispute regarding a probated estate must be addressed in the probate court of jurisdiction. Decisions made at that level are generally appealed to a higher state court. In Massachusetts probate court decisions are appealed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. ...
Asked in Translations, Geography, Hungary, Slovakia
Slovakia and Hungary submitted their dispute to the?
International Court of Justice
Asked in Children and the Law
How do you dispute termination of parental rights in Georgia?
In court or at arbitration.
Is it true that alternative dispute resolution refers to any method for resolving a dispute outside the court system?
Yes. However, some states have court sanctioned "ADR" offices that help people navigate their case through alternative programs. ADR offices may only offer some options for resolutions. ...
Asked in Civil Cases
What is an out of court settlement?
An out of court settlement in when the parties of the lawsuit come to an agreement to end the case, usually in exchange for monetary consideration or other contractual obligations, without them being ordered or awarded by a judge or jury. ...
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care, Mexico, Dentists
What recourse do I have for Dentists in Mexico if something goes wrong?
you can go to court, ask them to fix it, or do nothing
What is the legal recourse if the executor of a will does not fulfill their duties in wa state?
Petition the court to replace the executor.
Asked in US Constitution, Japan, US Government
Which court will hear a case involving a dispute between the united states and japan on the price of cars sent to america-?
The court that will hear a case involving a dispute between the United States and Japan on the price of cars sent to America is the Supreme Court. ...
Asked in Personal Finance
A decision to or take a dispute to court could be avoided through negotiation?
This is called court ordered meditation or just mediation. You usually get together with a mediator who is often an attorney and come up with an acceptable solution for both parties. ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Hungary, Slovakia
Which organization did Slovakia and Hungary submitt their dispute to?
international court of justice
Asked in Geography, Hungary, Slovakia
What organization did Slovakia and Hungary submitt their dispute to?
>international court of justice<
To which organization did Slovakia and Hungary submit their dispute?
international court of justice
Can a flea market owner dispose of your property due to a dispute?
NO! They must take you to court unless you abandon your property. Then they still have to go through the courts! At least in Ohio. ...