Not every challenge you come across in a business deal is confined to your contract. The situation that leads up to you signing the contract is sometimes just as important legally as the document itself. At the Kruckemeyer Law Firm we often encounter confusion regarding this subject.
It is common for aircraft owners to be subject to liens held by mechanics who worked on the aircraft. This can make it difficult for the aircraft owner to be able to sell their property, and they must first gain a release from the lien holder.
If you’re having a hard time keeping up with mortgage payments in Houston, you may be interested in a home modification loan. While these loans can help you lower your mortgage payments, you should also be aware of common frauds targeting individuals in a tough financial spot. The Federal Trade Commission explains different tactics and how you recognize a potential issue.
As a supplier or service provider in Houston, you take comfort in the notion that as long as you fulfill your contractual promises to your clients, you will be compensated accordingly. If your work involves servicing aircraft or supplying fuel or other equipment to local plane owners and operators, that includes payment for any services or supplies rendered. So what happens in such a scenario, then, if your clients refuse to pay? Many come to us here at The Kruckemyer Law Firm with this very question, wondering if there is any legal recourse available to them in these situations.