Selling property can be complicated. In order to sell a piece of real estate properly, you need to consult with a variety of professionals. Typically, you meet with an appraiser, a licensed agent, a construction professional, among myriad others. To reap the greatest benefit, the seller must
Promises made among family members rarely end up involving the legal system. But when they do, there tends to be valuable lessons which, if heeded, can help people avoid considerable hassle and headache. The case of Greiner v Greiner (1930) is an interesting example of a promise made between family
EV owners can start getting excited. The Build Back Better bill (signed by President Biden) passed the House of Representatives and is making its way to the Senate. This new EV tax credit should incentivize people to buy these climate-friendly vehicles by offering up to $12,500 in tax credits.
Despite the United States trying hard be anything but British, our legal system still echoes much of the British legal system. In point of fact, a number of the most fundamental legal concepts we use have origins overseas in British case law. The famous case of Hadley v Baxendale (1854) is one
The law of contracts are designed to determine whether promises are enforceable or not. In order to be valid, all elements of the contract must be satisfied. A contract consists of the following elements: offer, acceptance, consideration, legality, capacity and writing (when
The new IRS tax rules might impact you, especially if you frequently use payment services like Venmo or Paypal. All common digital payment services, such as Venmo, Paypal, Square, Cash App, and Zelle are changing, starting on January 1, 2022. Obviously, if you're an independent vendor who accepts
"If I let my lawyer tell me what I could do for my business, I wouldn't have a business."Starting a business is one thing, working and proofreading contracts with clients is another. Creating disclaimers is integral if you're selling a product; making sure promises are provable, and being
The law is constantly evolving. Along with the codes passed by legislative bodies and administrative agencies, we adhere to principles derived from our common law tradition.In our common law system, established principles have significant weight, but they are not necessarily binding. This is, in