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Does a landowner have to sell to the state if they are wanting to purchase property?

Landowner A has a large tract of land that the state has offered to buy for a new road. Landowner A does not wish to sell any part of his property to the state or anyone else. Does he have to sell his property to the state or can he refuse? Can the state force Landowner A to sell his Property?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Real Property   |   State: Alabama   |   #160

How do business partner's protect each's interest in the company?

Jim and Steve own and operate a roofing business. They started the company from scratch and watched it grow, but they are concerned about the future of the business if something happens to one of them. It is presumed that the remaining partner will buy the former partner's share in the business, but there could still be problems if some sort of a signed document doesn't guarant...

01/05/2007   |   Category: Contracts » BuySell Agre...   |   State: Alabama   |   #159

How do you make preparations to keep will from being contested?

Party A has several relatives that are looking to inherit money and/or property once Party A dies. Party A has decided who will get what in the will and in insurance policies and does not want it contested. What can Party A do to keep the will from being contested?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Wills and Estates   |   State: Alabama   |   #158

Can someone leave their spouse out of their will?

Sue was married to Joe for over 20 years before becoming injured in an accident. As a result of this accident, she suffered from mental problems that caused her to act out. Out of concern for her well being, she went to stay with her family out of state. After staying with her family for several days, she made a will leaving everything to them and nothing to Joe. Joe made repea...

01/05/2007   |   Category: Wills and Estates   |   State: Alabama   |   #157

Is joint custody possible if parents live in different states?

Parents live in different States and want to have joint custody of children and for the children to live with both parents at different times of the year. Is joint custody possible in this situation?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Divorce   |   State: Alabama   |   #156

If a corporation never conducted any business is it necessary to dissolve the corporation?

A person formed a corporation and filed the necessary documentation, but he never actually conducted any business as a corporation. If the corporation never actually conducted any business, or if the corporation has ceased to do business, is it necessary to dissolve the corporation?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Corporations » Corporate Di...   |   State: Alabama   |   #155

How much notice is needed for a tenant at will before moving?

There is no written agreement between Tenant and Landlord. Tenant pays rent on a month-to month basis and is considered as a tenant at will. Tenant got a new job, and will be moving. How much notice, as a tenant at will, does Tenant have to give Landlord?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Landlord Tenant   |   State: Alabama   |   #154

How does someone revoke their wish to be an organ donor?

Sue made a decision to give an anatomical gift at her death, but she has recently changed her mind. How does someone revoke a decision to be an organ donor?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Power of Att... » Advanced Hea...   |   State: Alabama   |   #153

Can a landlord evict a tenant who he believes is selling drugs?

Landlord is notified that Tenant is engaged in selling drugs and participates in gang activity. Can Landlord evict Tenant

01/05/2007   |   Category: Landlord Tenant   |   State: Alabama   |   #152

Can a spouse disinherit another spouse in a will?

Party A and Party B are having marital problems. Party B wants to disinherit Party A in a will. Can Party B disinherit Party A?

01/05/2007   |   Category: Wills and Estates   |   State: Alabama   |   #151
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