I am in business with my brother (a stock corporation, started in 1989) in 1996 my brother got married, in 2003 I got married, in 2004 my brother and his wife accussed me of stealing from the business so I told him to do the books for the business if he thought it was so easy. Once he took over doing the books I have never gotten paid back for any expenses that I pay for in reguards to the business. I now pay out of pockets for taxes when the business keeps the profits, my brother purchased a new truck that the business paid for. The business is housed out of my property can I go after the business for back rent because it has never paid anything rental of my property.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Generally yes but it would also depend on any agreements you currently have with the company and your brother whether you demanded rent in the past. There could be other damages you can also claim!
Please contact me directly for assistance on this matter.
Roman R. Fichman, Esq.
www.TheLegalists.com │ @TheLegalist
email: Info (@) TheLegalists (dot) com
t e l : 2 1 2 -- 3 3 7 -- 9 8 3 7
Disclaimer: This post has been written for educational purposes only and was not meant to be legal advice and should not be construed as legal advice or be relied upon. No intention exists to create an attorney-client relationship or any other special relationship or privilege through this post. The post may contain errors, inaccuracies and/or omissions. You should always consult an attorney admitted to practice in your jurisdiction for specific advice. This post may be deemed as Attorney Advertising.
Related Questions & Answers
I am going into business with 5 others. We all live in different states, and are... Asked 4/16/15, 10:45 am in United States Connecticut Business Law