If you bought a house and the owner broke the contract by not fixing everything in the contract that he signed can you recover damages for the house?
You may have a good claim. The seller is on the hook to repair whatever he agreed to fix in the contract. Your attorney should notify him via his attorney that he is in breech. If the seller fails to respond, your attorney should file a claim against him in civil court. If your attorney is reluctant, find another lawyer.
Not in California. * In most instances the contract is binding when money has "changed hands". If this were not so, car dealers would have serious financial and inventory problems, as most vehicles that are bought have a waiting period for delivery. Therefore, a lawsuit will likely stand up in court if the dealer chooses to pursue damages for breach of contract on the part of the buyer.
The rental property was sold while i was living there. the new landlord gave me 30 days notice to get out. i am currently out of the house. the previous landlord told me i have to pay him for damages.?
InterestsExpectation Interest - putting the aggrieved party in as good as position as if the breaching party had performed (often money damages). Reliance Interest - losses caused by reliance on the contract (often consequential damages). Restitution Interest - having the interest restored to the aggrieved party (often in cases of fraud) Mitigating Damages In all breach of contract situations, it is the duty of the aggrieved party to take steps to mitigate, or limit the…
Depending on the contract and the terms that you agreed to. Talk to your dealer to point it out on your contract that YOU signed. There is NO cooling off period on the purchase of an automobile unless the dealer agrees to it. Legally you bought the car and you own it. If you bought it new, it is now a used car and worth allot less than the day you bought it.
Can I sue for damages if I just bought a car and somebody rearended me I haven't even made a payment yet?
If you bought a car for your daughter in your name and the payments and insurance are taken out of your account do they have the right to pick it up?
I have bought 2 telephones from your company and they dont work very long, and I left my phone at your greenville office and my contract there. They gave me my contract back and told me they didnt have my phone. the commerce office wouldnt exchange my phone when i didnt have it very long and that was the first one I bought.
The word everything is a pronoun, an indefinite pronoun. A pronoun renames a noun or acts as a substitute for a noun; an indefinite pronoun does not refer to any specific person, thing or amount. For example, instead of saying, "I bought the eggs, honey, and cereal," you could say, "I bought everything." Here, "everything" acts as a substitute for the nouns "the eggs, honey, and cereal."