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Business Law | Answered 3 days ago

You will find all the answers in the links below
Following are the links through which you can get more information. about your company and the whole procedure of doing things

Business Law | Answered on Dec 29, 2018

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Business Law | Answered on Dec 24, 2018

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Business Law | Answered on Dec 21, 2018

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Business Law | Answered on Dec 21, 2018

Hello, Nova -

The laws regarding bonds can vary from country to country. You need to state the country where you reside for anyone to answer your question.

You can choose Comment and enter the name of your country of residence in the Comment box.

Also,, where you posted your question, is a website intended for asking and answering questions on how to go about REPAIRING THINGS.

If I knew which country where you reside, I would try to find the information you seek, or direct you to a source of reliable information, as a kindness.

Best wishes.

Business Law | Answered on Nov 24, 2018

I asked myself this question a few months back after my solicitors in London advised me to settle out of court on a claim I was pursuing.

I've done some research, and according to the information I found on , this is because taking legal action is inherently risky and you can never be fully certain of the outcome, even for an ironclad case.

Therefore, there's always the chance that you will spend a great deal of money on taking it to court, and won't recover any of this cost in the long run.

Even if you win the dispute, the amount you're awarded may not cover the costs of the court proceedings. Therefore, even if you do feel certain you're going to win, resorting to legal action may still not be a cost-effective solution. As a general rule-of-thumb, any claim which has a value of under £10,000 is best settled out of court. If it's over £10,000, it may be worth it.

Business Law | Answered on Nov 13, 2018

With no legal document, such as a contract, there is no legal obligation to pay, as text messaging and word of mouth does not constitute a legally binding contract in the court's eyes. You can get an attorney and attempt to take them to court using the text messages, but given you can set a person's name and contact information in your phone manually, they will likely have it thrown out as it is too easy to fake and will likely be seen as non circumstantial. In short, I do not believe you have a case here, not without a legally binding contract.

Business Law | Answered on Oct 24, 2018

You should always keep your receipt for a few years in case of situations like this. If you did not pay all that was owed YOU are responsible for the amount owed. You could ask for a waiver o fthe debt or part of it IF you have a good reason it was not paid.

Business Law | Answered on Oct 08, 2018

You spend money for your boyfriend? Is your boyfriend paralyzed? Break-up with him and find someone else that will take care of you not other way around.

Business Law | Answered on Aug 16, 2018

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