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I Need A Good Real Estate Attorney In St Joseph, Michigan!?
We Put A Written Offer W/ Earnest Money And Preapproval Loan Letter To Our Agent To Buy A Foreclosure Home. We Got A Counter Offer From The Bank With A $ Amount We Like. So, We Accepted The Counter Offer, Signed The Addendums And Handed It To The Seller Agent. We Thought That The Contract Was Done And All We Got To Do Is Get The Loan. House Is Sold!
Now The Bank Wants To Raise The Price Of Their Counter Offer! Because They Now Think The House Is Worth More! Else We Pay Their New Price Or They Wont' Honor The Contract. My Agent Thinks That Is Totally Unethical. If We Were The Ones To Back Out Of This Contract, We Get Slap And Kick All Over! We Would Loose The Earnest Money And Probably Have To Pay Commissions And Who Knows What Else. But Not The Bank! Everyone Affected By The Bank’S Unethical Behavior Said That Many Banks Are Doing This To Everyone Trying To Buy A Foreclosure Home.
So There It Is! We Need A Good Attorney, Maybe A Good Reporter Too!
An attorney isn't going to do you any good in this situation. When you made your offer, the bank did not accept and gave you a different offer, which YOU accepted. If the bank decided to NOT sign your accepted counter offer (you should check that out), you don't have an accepted offer.
A valid binding legal contract requires signatures from both parties. Generally, lenders do NOT sign counter offers which they tender. You simply get a piece of unsigned paper indicating their offered price.
You are dealing with legal technicalities here. Continuing on with an attorney at YOUR expense most probably won't get you the desired result. Move on and find a different property.
Where Can I Obtain Legal Information For Aes Encryption?
I Have A Client Interested In A High-Level Of Aes Encryption. I Am Concerned About How Far We Are Allowed To Go Before It Becomes Something The Government Would Be Concerned About.
Where Can I Obtain The Current Legal Information Surrounding The Maximum Allowed Civil Limits Of Encryption, Specifically Aes?
As long as your are not using the export to a foreign govenment the laws against it that once applied no longer do.
Most articles on the subject pertain to the bit length of the encryption used (such as 128-bit 40-bit) and do not go into the specifics of encryption type (AES, DES, etc).
Obviously, you should double check any information especialy that provided to you on these boards as these are opinions based (hopefully) in fact... but I see people say things on here all the time as fact that are not true.
So, if your company has a general counsel I would advise running any questions you have by them.. it's what you pay them for! :)
So I will leave you with a couple links (I know you don't want them but since I've already given you the skinny):
Why Are There So Many Commercials On Local Tv By/For Disability Lawyers..?
It Used To Be Only Occasionally, But Now It'S Like You See One, Right After Another Offering Tv Viewers 'Top Benefits For Your Disability Claim..' Are They Just Giving It To Anyone Now..?
It's just the latest way for them to drum up business. What the people don't realize is how much it will COST them to use one of them to get disability. There are a lot of people out there trying to get on disability who aren't really disabled. Just because your back hurts and you can no longer lift 100lbs doesn't make you disabled. Let's face it, if you're over 35, everyone has things they can't do anymore.
The problem is, there are so many lazy folks out there trying to get on it that don't need it, that it's harder for people with legitimate disabilities to get it.
If I Cause An Accident While Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol, Will Me Insurance Pay? Should They Pay?
In the US, the standard auto policy does NOT include an exclusion for accidents that occur while the driver is operating under the influence of anything. But the endorsement DOES exist. I have only ever seen it used on commercial auto policies, and only once, actually, in 21 years.
You can, however, be an excluded driver on the policy, in which case, the insurance doesn't apply - regardless of influence.
Should they pay? Absolutely. The POINT of that coverage, is to pay for the damages of the innocent party. The operator will be "punished" by the rating system. Contracts must be adhered to, and the occasional DUI driver is factored into the rates.
Are YOU covered? Who knows? I don't know what country you are in, or what policy form you have, or if you're an excluded operator. Ask your agent, or read your policy.
Terroristic Threat And Simple Assault Charge?
I Will Keep This Short With As Much Detail As Possible. My Girlfriend'S Mom Drove Down From Ny To Pa To Come Take My Girlfriend Away. I Told My Mom'S Girlfriend To Bring A Gun Out Just For Defense. She Has A License To Carry A Concealed Weapon, And She Showed It, But Did Not Pull It Out Of The Holster. I Went Over To My Girlfriend While The Mom Was Parked In Front Of My Neighbors House But Was Standing On Our Property At The Time Of The Incident. My Mom'S Girlfriend Purposely Showed She Had A Gun, But Did Not Threaten To Use It, Which Is Covered Under The Second Amendment. The Mom Also Pushed Me Which I Will Be Filing Charges Tomorrow, But She Accused Me Of Pushing Her Which I Denied, As I Have Never Touched A Woman In A Violent Way. She Was Also Making All These False Claims That I Am A Woman Abuser And That I Was A Drug Addict. The Cops Seemed To Be Taking Her Side The Whole Time And They Told My Mom'S Girlfriend That She Was Going To Be Charged With Terroristic Threats And Simple Assault. There Was 3 Total Witnesses, They Claim To Have A Fourth But They Were In The Car And Can Only Claim To Have Heard And Seen The Scene. What Would The Best Defense Be For My Mom'S Girlfriend? Obviously She Should Lawyer Up But Is It Likely That From These Charges She Will Be Found Guilty Or Anything? What Is The Best Defense? And I Did Not Touch Her, But She Claims I Did So They Want To Press Assault Charges On Me, Can Someone Really Do That? Just Claim They Were Assaulted With No Evidence And The Only Witness Is Herself? My Girlfriend Saw It Too And She Knows That I Never Touched Her But She Did See Her Push Me. I Am Trying To Get Through This Mess As Quickly As Possibly So That I Can Move To California Like I Planned.
The Scene Happened In Pa On Our Property In Front Of Our House.
Most likely nothing more will happen.
No they can't press charges. The people who press charges is the DA. The police threatened to press charges, but if they had been serious you would have been arrested.
She can accuse you of being an abuser and a drug user and being a low life scum. Accusing someone is a long way from going to court. She can't file charges on you. All she can do is present evidence and then the DA would press charges. But a simple accusation isn't going to be enough for a DA to press charges.
Just like you can't press charges either. You can go to the court house, I think you would talk to the DA. But just like she has no proof you also have no proff. I can't see any reason to bother.
I know you didn't ask, but the gun was a bad idea. Shoot and maybe kill your mom. You think that would be better then your mom taking you away? All the gun did was take a bad situation and add more tension.
What you can do is get a restraining order so this women can't come around and cause problems.
There is a chance that someone will decide to file charges. If that happens then you need a lawyer. Otherwise you don't need a lawyer.
Anyone A Lawyer Or Law Student ? Or At Least Knows The Statute Of Limitions?
My Friend Committed Burglary Of A Building @1998. He Was 16 Or 17Yrs Old Went This Happened. But He Was Never Arrested Or Even Got A Warrant About It. In 2003 He Found Out He Had A Warrant Resently Put Out On Him. And He Has Gotten Arrested For It. But Is'Nt There A Statute Of Limitions? Also, He Was A Juvenile At The Time, Isn'T There A Clean Slate Rule About Crimes Commited When Your A Juvenile? Please Help!
First off I should say that I am a layman.
My understanding is that the statute of limitation would stop running when a warrant was issued for his arrest. Thus you occasionally hear stories of someone being arrested for a crime they committed decades ago, where they skipped town and were only located when they were old and gray.
I don't know how things work in Texas, but I'd be surprised if an attorney admitted to the Texas Bar were not allowed to practice in every jurisdiction of the state.
One thing seems obvious though- your friend should be consulting an attorney admitted to practice in Texas. Free advice from anonymous law students or lawyers without familiarity with Texas laws and procedures may be worse than worthless!