Legal Guide (Page 33)
Is a bill of sale legally binding?
A bill of sale is a contract for the purchase of something between a buyer and a seller. Like other contracts, a bill of sale also makes a record of the agreement between two parties. It represents an outline in writing the transfer of ownership of a good or goods from one party to the other. A bill of sale is legally binding if the agreement between the parties is made consciously and the... ❯❯❯
Who Needs Errors and Omissions Insurance?
Customer dissatisfaction is something no business wants, but now and then, a service experience or product doesn't meet expectations. When this happens, a complaint is usually made, and a company will take steps to handle the situation and satisfy the complaining party. However, when dissatisfaction is high, a customer could file a suit alleging they suffered financial damages. The fallout... ❯❯❯
The Best Questions To Ask A Car Accident Lawyer
When you are in a car accident, you may be wondering what to do next. You may also be wondering if you need to hire a car accident lawyer. A car accident lawyer is a lawyer who specializes in car accidents. If you are injured in a car accident, you may need to hire a car accident lawyer. If you have been in a car accident, there are some questions that you should ask the car accident lawyer... ❯❯❯
Should There Be a Space Between the Motorcycle and Car?
Whether a motorcycle driver or driving a car with motorcycles on the road, it is important that drivers of both vehicles maintain proper safety precautions to keep everyone on the road safe. Preventing an accident can often come down to the amount of space between a motorcycle and a car. How Does Space Help? If any vehicle on the road has to stop quickly for any animal or any other reason,... ❯❯❯
Is it Legal to Park on the Pavement in the UK?
These days one of the biggest problems faced by motorists is finding a convenient and affordable parking space. This can be especially problematic if you live in city centres or apartment blocks with no designated parking. In many cases, people who don’t have access to parking at home on a driveway or specific space may be tempted to park on the pavement. There is a range of differing... ❯❯❯
The Benefits Of Having A Commercial Contract In Place
Often people have a verbal agreement or oral contract in place and while this may seem sufficient, it can often leave the clients or those involved unhappy. This is why establishing written contracts should be a prerequisite before engaging in any business. What Is A Commercial Contract? A commercial contract is a legally binding contract between an employer and the other party, usually an... ❯❯❯
Wrongful Death Is Becoming More Visible - Is The Law Changing?
Wrongful death is an important part of the civil law framework in America. It enables private citizens to take action against any company or individual they feel has caused a tragic loss of life; the joint lawsuit being filed against Amazon following a warehouse collapse is a notable example of that, according to USA Today. What exactly constitutes wrongful death is a relatively... ❯❯❯
In Your Estate Plan, You Have to Remember to Prepare for Your Potential Incapacitation
The following is adapted from Savvy Estate Planning. There’s a brutal truth that many people don’t think about, but they should: a disability is often harder on a family than a death. Why? Because if you become seriously disabled, your loved ones will have to deal with many of the same legal issues as when you die, but they will also have to take care of you. A serious disability is... ❯❯❯
What is the Penalty for Assault in Canada?
The criminal code in Canada outlines the penalties for assault. An assault is defined as the deliberate application of force to another person, directly or indirectly. A person who intends to use force on another individual may also be committing an assault. In addition, an assault may be committed when a person carries a weapon or is openly carrying one. An assault may even be a result of an... ❯❯❯
How to Find a Good Attorney
The US District Court's filings for civil cases are up 16%, and it's still climbing. Civil cases include personal injury, fraud, medical malpractice, defamation, and the list goes on. If you're dealing with a complex civil case, you're probably searching for a lawyer. However, with so many lawyers competing for your business, it can be hard to tell the good apart from the bad. How can you... ❯❯❯