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Need Legal Advice. From Lawyers Or Anyone Who Knows The Law Well.?
Alrite....Im In A Pissed Off Mood Right Now. I'M Asian, My Mom And Dad Are Both Born And Raised In Laos And Thailand. They Came To America In The 1970'S Due To The Vietnam War. My Mom Understands English To A Minimal Degree And She Speaks Broken English And English Is Not Her First Language. So A F**Ken Roof Contractor Comes Over And Talks To My Mom While She'S The Only One Home And They Convince Her To Sign A Damn Roofing Contract. Today, The Contractors Come Over And Everyone In The Family Is Pissed Off Because The Contractors Are Charging A Rip Off Price That My Family Cannot Pay. So When Me And My Dad See The Contractors Parking Their Cars To Work On The House, We Kick Them Off Our Property And Almost Get Into A Scuffle With Them. They Threaten To Sue. What Are My Options?
Please Keep In Mind, I Need Professional Advice. I Already Know That On My Mom'S Part, She Signed The Contract Under Negligence, She Didn'T Know What She Was Signing And She Didn'T Know It Was A Contract At All!!!! She Says The &Quot;People&Quot; Were Being Nice And They Said She Needed To Sign Papers. So She Signs Them. We'Ve Contacted A Lawyer.
Do I Have A Case That'S In My Favor Here?
Also...The Contractors Are Pushing To Fix The Roof Of Our House And They Are Very Aggressive To Put Work On The House. I Just See These Guys As Scam Artists Because We'Ve Already Said No. They Even Threaten To Fight Us Physically Because Of Our Repeated Shouts Of &Quot;Get The Hell Off Our Property&Quot;. Gosh This Is Freakin Pissin Me Off...Someone Help Me Out Here And Give Me A View Of What To Expect And How This Is Going To Work Out. Explain Some Of The Processes For Me And What I Can Do If A Situation Occurs, Like If I Come Home And The Roofers Are On My House Fixing The Roof. God I Just Want A Baseball Bat Right Now And Beat The Crap Out Of These Idiot People Who Think They Can Come Scam On The Polite Foreigners Who Speak English As A Second Language.
The contract is voidable if it was signed under undue influence, coerce or intoxication. It looks like none of this applied to your mom. If the contractor lied to your mom and tricked her into an agreement, then you should still have a case.
If the only thing you don't like about the contract was the price, then you could have the price reviewed by the court. As you should know a contract has to be reasonable. If the market price is $4,000 for a new roof, he charged $4,300 - $4,500, it seems reasonable. However, if the contractor charged you $5,000 to $6,000, then it would be unreasonable.
I do not know the exact conversation between your mom and the contractor, so it is very hard to determine the outcome of the case.
There are still some loophole on the contract that you should look for (your lawyer would probably do it). A binding contract should include all the details of the materials used. If not, it could be voidable.
The law does not excuse ignorance. If you do not understand the contact you should not sign it. So the fact that your mom does not speak good English could not get her out of the contract unless there was fraud involved.
I think your chance is still 50/50 to win the case.
I wish you good luck in this case.
Please Help I Need Free Legal Advice?
I Need Some Free Legal Advice, Where Do I Call? I Live In Austin Texas If That Matters
Low income people can use Legal Aid. In Austin, it is Texas RioGrande Legal Aid: www.trla.org .
UT Law School has a pro bono program: www.utexas.edu/law/centers/publicinteres...
The initial 30-minute consultation by an attorney is only $20 when you get a referral from the Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas: www.austinlrs.org . You are under no obligation to hire that lawyer after your consultation.
Many firms offer free initial consulations if you intend to sue someone and plan to have a contingency contract with your attorney.
What Sort Of Visitation Rights Do Grandparents Have?
Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights To See A Grandchild?
It varies state to state, but you can petition the court for visitation rights, and if the judge sees that it is in the best interest of the child for you to visit, then it will be granted.
I was reading on grandparents.com,
and allow me to quote a bit:
"At the most basic level, all states require grandparents to prove that the visits they seek are in the best interest of the grandchild. This generally means grandparents must show that their visits won’t be harmful in any way, and that they aren’t abusive or otherwise dangerous to the child. Beyond this initial hurdle, each state has a different threshold for when it will allow grandparents to take a case to court.
Some states are more permissive when it comes to filing for visitation. Connecticut, Hawaii, Idaho, Kentucky, Maryland and New York require only the ground rule mentioned above — that visitation is in the best interest of the child — before grandparents can take a case to court.
Other states set more stringent requirements allowing grandparents to file a suit only if they were denied visitation altogether. Under current laws in Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Mississippi, Oregon, Rhode Island and Utah, grandparents don't have a case if parents permit them to see their grandchildren — no matter how infrequently.
In Minnesota and Pennsylvania, grandparents cannot make a legal case unless their grandchildren previously lived with them."
I hope this helps!
$4 Retail Theft - Do I Need A Lawyer?
I'M A Minor And Allegedly Stole 3 Ice Cream Sundaes From Mcdonald'S. Is It Even Worth Spending Money On A Lawyer For Such A Small Theft? I Can'T Imagine A Judge Being Too Harsh About This As It Was My First Offense.
My Parents Have Quite A Bit Of Money So I Doubt I'D Be Able To Get A Public Defender.
You should always get a lawyer especially when you are a minor. You want to make sure that your lawyer makes sure that this does not exist once you turn 18. Just because you turn 18 does not mean people cannot look at it. Have a lawyer make sure it is sealed or expunged on your 18th b-day.
I Need A Good Lawyer And Dont Know How Or Where To Look. Please Help!!?
I Have A Hostile Work Enviornment Case Here That I Know Will Win In Any Court (From What I Have Heard The Type Of Company I Work For Would Just Place A Settlement Anyway), I Just Need A Good Lawyer In Or Near Rocklin Ca That Knows What They Are Doing And Will Help Represent Me. Any One With Any Real Refereneces Please Help Out.
THE best way to find a lawyer is by word of mouth. Ask your: family, friends, coworkers, anyone you might know in the same situation, etc.
Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle your type of matter. (If money is a BIG problem, you could also ask for the phone number of your local LegalAid office. - the attorneys at LegalAid are "real" attorneys, but sometimes in the field of Law, how much you are willing to pay does affect the quality you get.)
When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Just tell the Secretary the main idea of your matter - do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Attorney. When you get the Lawyer on the phone line, ask him/her:
- Do they give >>>FREE, initial consultations for the FIRST meeting? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?
(This is based on my knowledge, information, belief, and life experiences. This was intended as personal opinion, and not intended to be used as legal advice. Seeking advice over the Internet is not a good idea - the field of Law is too complex for that. Please be careful and do your research.)
What Are My Legal Rights If I Find There Is A Cockroach And Mice Problem After I Signed My Lease And Moved In?
I Rented This House In Tn Well Above The Middle Of The Road Range (Paying $750) And I Found It Has Mice And Cockroaches Since Being Here. I Told The Landlord And He Came Out And Put Mice/Rat Poison Under The House And Sprayed The Inside Of The House Around The Walls And Left A Large Container Of Bug Spray For Me To Continue Spraying A Couple Times Over The Next Couple Weeks And I Guess Maintain The Spraying Monthly Or So.
I Only Rented This Place Because It Seemed Nice And The More I Am In Here, The More I Am Becoming Unhappy! I Paid 750 First Month Rent And Also 750 Deposit. I Don'T Even Want To Eat From My Dishes Out Of The Cupboard Without Washing Them First.
While Only One Or Two Cockroaches Show Up Every Couple Days - They Are There And For Sure There Are More Than A Couple Around Or I Wouldn'T See Any.
I Want My Deposit Back And To Get Out At The End Of The First Month - How Can I Do This? Help-Km
Your legal rights will be spelled out in your residential/tenancy agreement contract. The terms in this contract must be consistent and comply with TN state laws governing landlord and tenants' rights. Landlords have an obligation to make sure the rental unit is safe and habitable regarding health etc. The landlord is obligated to rid the habitat of vermin and such to make sure it remains habitable. This means taking ALL steps necessary to eliminate the problem. The question is whether or not he is taking all necessary steps to do so or if he is doing things the cheapest way possible.
Also at issue is not whether or not the landlord has taken reasonable steps to deal with the problem. At issue is whether or not the place is habitable. Since it is an ongoing problem and within his control he is not fulfilling his contractual obligations in my opinion. In my opinion the problem poses a health hazard and not just an annoyance or inconvenience to you. Explain this to your landlord, give in writing the required notice and move. It is only my opinion but the cockroaches and mice were not part of the deal and had he told you that it will be or "may" be a problem I'm sure you would have looked elsewhere for accommodations.
Bottom line? Read the residential/landlord tenancy act [or similar] for the state of TN. Then you will know with certainty your legal rights.