Asked in Personal FinanceLoansMoney ManagementFriend Codes
If a friend signed a witnessed contract to repay a loan made to her by a personal friend can that friend file a lien against the future sale of her house or car to ensure re-payment of the loan?
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What remedies are available for a man forced to sign a sale and transfer agreement for a vehicle at gunpoint?
If you can prove that you were forced (by gunpoint) to enter into a contract, the court will void the contract. A legal contract is a legal agreement between two or more willing participants. If you were forced into a contract, then you were not a willing participant. I suggest you contact anyone who may have witnessed this event, gather evidence regarding the forced signing, and have a restraining order issued against the forceful individual.
Asked in Illinois
Can you hold someones personal property until they repay a debt owed to you in Illinois?
Can you file a lien against real estate for a personal debt in Massachusetts?
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Minnesota, Inflation
What is the most common lawsuit initiated against businesses?
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Civil Process
Is it possible to file a personal lawsuit against a realtor?
Asked in Blood Vessels
What is the highest pressure against the blood vessels and also occurs when the ventricles contract?
Asked in Insurance
Does a premium have to be paid to To obtain a contract of insurance against a risk?
Asked in Heart
Is the after load the resistance what the ventricle in the heart has to contract against?
Asked in Contract Law
What is Ambiguity in contract against drafter?
Ambiguity in a contract happens when there is a term, or set of terms, that are not defined, that can be construed to have more than one meaning (hence the ambiguity in the contract). When this happens, the ambiguity is construed against the drafter of the contract since it was the party that drafted the contract. The drafter of the contract had the opportunity to define each of the terms in the contract before presenting it to the other party to execute. The person agreeing to the contract that is not the drafter often does not have the ability to alter the contractual terms or definitions contained in the contract. Further, the drafter of the contract often is the "savvy business person" or "savvy business entity" that use contracts all the time. To get around this, often a drafter will put a section in the contract that states that each party to the contract assisted in drafting the contract, which will help the drafter make the argument that the potential for an ambiguity being construed against the drafter is eliminated.
Asked in The Bible, Christianity, Catholicism
What is the difference between sin and personal sin?
Asked in Civil Lawsuits
If a private indvidual brought a suit against a corporation for breaking a contract what kind of law would this involve?
Asked in Business & Finance
Draw against commission?
A draw against commission is an amount of money advanced against amounts you are expected to earn in future commissions. This arrangement can be very beneficial as it helps smooth the cash flow of a person paid on commission. When commissions are earned, the amount you have drawn is deducted and you are paid the balance of the commission. For example: Salesperson Depending on the way your draw contract is written you may end up responsible for repayment of any excess draw when you leave your position. Often, though, your liability is limited. When entering into a draw contract, as in any contract, you should be certain that you understand the terms and conditions to avoid complications later. A draw against commission is an amount of money advanced against amounts you are expected to earn in future commissions. This arrangement can be very beneficial as it helps smooth the cash flow of a person paid on commission. When commissions are earned, the amount you have drawn is deducted and you are paid the balance of the commission. For example: Salesperson accepts draw of $400 per week for 3 weeks before earning commission of $1500. The commission paid would be $1500 - (3 x 400) or $300, so the salesperson's benefit would equal the entire $1500. Depending on the way your draw contract is written you may end up responsible for repayment of any excess draw when you leave your position. Often, though, your liability is limited. When entering into a draw contract, as in any contract, you should be certain that you understand the terms and conditions to avoid complications later.
Asked in Marriage, Contract Law
Why marriage contract is protected against impairment?
Asked in Business & Finance, Contract Law
What is Contract of indemnity?
Contract of indemnity - A contract by which one party promises to save the other from loss caused to him by the conduct of the promisor himself, or by the conduct of any other person, is called a 'contract of indemnity'. - - Illustration - A contracts to indemnify B against the consequences of any proceedings which C may take against B in respect of a certain sum of 200 rupees. This is a contract of indemnity. [section 124].
What is nonexempt property?
Real or personal property that can be seized by a judgment creditor for repayment of the debt. In most US states garnishment is usually the first choice of executing a judgment, followed by bank levy or the seizure and sale of non exempt property (stocks, bonds, etc.) or a lien against real property.
Asked in Vaccinations
Will a person who is not vaccinated against rubella contract measles?
Asked in Criminal Law, Court Procedure, Contract Law
What happens if a teacher breaks their contract by quitting can they go to Jail?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Constitution
If you bond someone what are your rights against them?
Asked in Boston Tea Party
What characterizes the violence witnessed at the Boston Tea Party Bacon's Rebellion and Shay's rebellion?