Default on sale contract
I am selling a mobile home, not in a mobile home park and want to know if there is a clause I can put in the contract regarding default on payments. I am carrying the contract.
Release and Indemnity Agreement
I was involved in a MVA 8 months ago. The other driver ran a stop light and hit my car. They were given a citation for the accident and admitted fault. There insurance company has accepted totally fault and liability for the accident including medical expenses. My car was totaled and I have already been compensated for that. I have also reached the point where I am satisfied with the offer from the insurance company to settle medical claims and pain and suffering.
When I received the Release and Indemnity Agreement from the Insurance company there were some paragraphs and statements that I was not comfortable with. One of the paragraphs were stated as if I was releasing the driver and the insured from any liability as well as any fault in the accident.
1. What can I do if I am not satisfied with the Indemnity Agreement? How should I approach the legal department of the insurance company to change the verbage in the agreement?
I would post the Indemnity Agreement, but that exceeds the 1250 limit.
I was buying a auto from a private owner a friend I gave him $500.00 and the rest was to be worked out in trade which was me working for him I fullfilled my end of the deal but he never kept track he would never give me any bill of sale or contract so I couldnt register it in my name.Then one day we got in a arguement not related to this and in the middle of the night he came and took the auto not realizing it was actually paid for but I had no proof any way.What can I do about collecting the money I have invested in it.
my father remarried at eighty years old,they were married ten months before he committed suicide,the will was rewritten 5 weeks before his death. leaving the vast majority of his estate to his new wife,virtualy leaving both of his children out of the will other than a few personal belongings.is there a time limit on the validity of the will?I had a durable power of attorney in force when the will was rewritten,is there any grounds to invalidate the will?