contracts and quasi-contracts
If you have been promised something that you never received, you might have a potential claim for a breach of contract. Although you might only think of contracts as written documents, the law also recognizes that contracts can often be formed as the result of an oral agreement.
Weimar Law Office represent businesses and individuals in a variety of contract disputes, including:
Lease Agreements, Professional Service Contracts,
Buy/Sell Agreements, Employment Agreements, Real Estate Contracts, Settlement Agreements, Sales Contracts, Property Contracts, and more.
A tort is an act that injures someone in some way, and for which the injured person may sue the wrongdoer for damages. Legally, torts are called civil wrongs, as opposed to criminal ones.
Examples of torts for which one can sue in civil court are: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress; Trespass to land or personal property; Conversion (Theft); Defamation of Character (Slander or Libel); Invasion of Privacy; Nuisance; and Fraud, Misrepresentation and negligence.
Weimar Law Office represent businesses and individuals in a variety of real property disputes, including: Boundary Disputes, Easements
Evictions, Landlord Tenant Issues and Breach of Sales Contract.