Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, K. 447 was completed between 1784 and 1787. The work is in three movements: I. Allegro II. Romance (Larghetto) III. Allegro Rondo This concerto “has clarinets besides bassoons and string for accompaniment. They bring warmth and light colouring to this most attractive work, and in spite of unadventurous support they partner the bassoons in many typical phrases.”
Thanks in advance for anyone’s help. I own an online business, and I’m about to enter into a business relationship with a supplier in New York. What kind of contract/legal document would I need to protect myself in the case that I receive stolen or fake goods, and how would I go about obtaining such a document?
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Also of March 4, 2010, I have not received the written notice by which the landlord claims all or any portion of the security deposit with the itemized amounts claimed, nor have I received any portion of the security deposit. Section 89-8-21 MS Code: Tenant’s Security Deposit. What advise would you have for someone in my situation?
Hey guys, I’m just getting started on repairing my credit.
The thing is I have a tax lien that will be coming off of my account very soon as the debt that generated the lien was paid a few weeks ago. I’m going to my state office to pay the fees to remove it from their records and lift the lien.
I’ve gotten info on two of my three reports, one from TU and the other from EX
On my EX report there is the lien and an old phone bill which I’m going to eith pay or settle and pay it. I don’t feel the need to dispute it, it’s mine and I’ll just rather take care of it than just leave it there.
EX shows that these are the only things negatively affecting my credit. I would hazard a guess that the lien is hindering it more. So after i get the lien removed and the bill paid, there will be nothing on it from EX.
TU shows only the same phone bill and nothing else.
EQ hasn’t gotten back to me yet.
I need to know how this will affect my score if I can get both of these, and possibly all three cleared?
I know this doesn’t sound like a lot compared to most people but I haven’t been able to get anything credit wise. I had to open an access checking account with my bank in order to have a bank account. I couldn’t get jobs or anything.
So this is a big deal to me.
Any advice or words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.
What I didn’t realize during my first daytime visit of the place is that it gets really cold at night. below 21 degrees for sure.. closer to 17.
the internet is “covered” but it’s really slow and doesn’t work half the time.
For the net, he says he is providing good internet and it works for others.
For the heat, it’s my room that’s really cold, but the common area and the other rooms are warm, so he can’t increase the heat because my room is going to be a few degrees colder than the common space. So increasing the heat means overheating the other rooms… No heater or anything was mentioned, I’m wearing sweater and leggings when I sleep..
I already paid the first month rent in cash (he wants cash not cheque). The landlord asked for a last month rent deposit; I didn’t want to give it to him. I want to leave after one month. I don’t think it’s worth it fighting over the net and heat. my housemates are loud and I want to leave anyway. I don’t want to make him mad because he lives in the house.. he seems like the type to get mad… he’s probably going to ask me again for the deposit soon.
I originally said I would stay at least 2 months.
I was ready with a cheque to pay rent and to sign the rental agreement the first day (no terms of anything was mentioned before I moved in). He didn’t accept cheque, cash only, and he had no rental agreement. I got him the cash for the rent. On the third day, he asked for the last month deposit and for a key deposit. He didn’t mention anything about those amounts before or when I moved in.
Am I legally obligated to pay since I’m not satisfied with the place and there is no rental agreement? I would like to just leave after a month, but with no confrontations.
1) I will secure the written permission of my supervising officer before entering into marriage.
2) I will secure permission of my supervising officer before entering into any type of contractual relationship.
They have also advised him that he can not live with his current girlfriend of 4 years in which he already lives with!
I lived in a 4-bedroom apt on a month-to-month agreement until Dec 31, 2009. The others in the apt moved in at different times. There was no credit check, but I did fill out a rental agreement upon moving in (although I no longer have a copy). I notified the landlord within 30 days that I would be moving out, and she assured me I would be receiving my deposit afterward.
I moved out, and spoke with her on Jan 12, at which point I gave her my new address and she told me she would mail the check. I didn’t receive it. After 2 weeks, I called her again and got no answer. I repeated this process for about 3-4 weeks, leaving messages every time with all of my contact info. Nothing.
Finally, I read up about the CA tenant law, and decided to send her a formal letter. It said that if the deposit wasn’t returned within 10 days, I would be taking her to court. It also specified CA law, that she owes me the deposit or a statement within 21 days of moving out. Otherwise, she has no right to keep any of the deposit.
Today, just before the 10 days were up, I decided to give her one last call. To my surprise, she answered. She said that she had mailed me a letter to my OLD address saying that she was withholding my deposit because of my roommate’s past due rent. We didn’t sign a lease together, but she mentioned some kind of law that says since we are paying for the unit together (and not by separate rooms), I am responsible. Bogus.
As you can understand, I am absolutely livid right now. Does she have any right to do this? I never signed any agreement with my past roommates, so should I be legally responsible for their debts? Isn’t it also her own negligence for not performing a credit check before new tenants move in? Additionally, I know for a fact that the landlord is lying about mailing the letter to my old address, since I came by many times to check for mail since then.
I am planning on taking her to court, but I desperately need some legal advice on this issue. Thanks!
I am looking to get an apartment later on in the year and just wanted everyone who has had some type of exp with this to answers. When apartment management run your credit what exactly are they looking at? I dont have the best credit right now but I am positive that at the end of the year it will look a little better.