Given that they told me I would get back pay and I worked conditional on that information, am I entitled to it?
You are entitled to backpay in accordance with the terms you accepted from HR. The employer's refusal to pay you from October 1st is in violation of Austria's Allgemeines bürgerliches Gesetzbuch at § 860a.
At this point you have fully complied ...
Whether they are admissible as evidence is up to the trier of law
The “trier of law” (judge) decides what evidence is admissible according to the rules of evidence.
Documents of most kinds are not admissible on their own (exceptions include “business” documents like invoices and receipts). To be admissible, someone (presumably you) has to testify as to ...
Verbal contracts are fine except when the law requires a written one - as it does here. Real estate contracts are also required to be in writing dating back to the Statute of Frauds in 1677.
“Written contract” doesn’t mean written by a lawyer - just that the fact and essential terms of the contract are written down somewhere. An email or text will ...
Go to the Arbeiterkammer. It's a institution designed to help employees on such matters.
Call them at Tel. +43 1 501 65 1341 (Mon-Fri 8am-2pm) to arrange an appointment. You may need to speak German or find someone to help you who speaks German. More info here: https://wien.arbeiterkammer.at/ueberuns/kontakt/index.html
You are probably entitled to the $100 (more or less)
They breached the contract and you are entitled to damages (what it cost you) for dealing with their breach if they are unable or unwilling to remedy their breach.
This would include the reasonable cost of your disposing of the unwanted mattress plus or minus any difference in the price from you sourcing ...
can it be decided to use that pool of money for other purposes?
Changes to a contract need to be agreed upon by all the individuals who insofar as parties to that contract have grounds for objecting to that change.
A promised stimulus or bonus on the basis of merit is a form of delayed compensation contingent on outperforming others and/or reaching a ...
CRS 18-3-402 states that
(1) Any actor who knowingly inflicts sexual intrusion or sexual
penetration on a victim commits sexual assault if:
(a) The actor causes submission of the victim by means of sufficient
consequence reasonably calculated to cause submission against the
which is to say, sex must be consensual. The essence of ...
If in doubt, why not make PDFs?
PDF software generally has a signature feature. I use foxit, which is free and easy to use, and it has a handy signing tool. You just upload a scanned signature image in.
When I needed to send official communications to a hearing officer, with copy to the other side, I emailed for simple things like scheduling discussions. ...
Evidence is evidence.
The word document can be evidence of something.
Yes it is true that the document can be forged, modified etc.
But this only affects how much weight is attached to the evidence (i.e how convincing it is)
What type of contract I can use? Where I can find an agreement template for such case?
Contracts are not classified in the way you seem to have in mind. A contract just needs to be reasonably clear about the parties' rights and duties.
Among other characteristics, the contract will preferably be self-contained, reflect the parties' intent, have no material ...
B sues A
Under your scenario, the Client is a Principal and A is a Contractor under a Contract and A is the Principal and B is a (Sub)Contractor under a different (Sub)Contract.
Assuming that B has fulfilled all its obligations under the Subcontract with A then A owes them the agreed payment and B sues A for the liquidated debt if they don't pay. Whether A ...
will these documents hold in the court of law?
They could be. It is up to a party to dispute the adversary's evidence regardless of how easy it is to alter that evidence. Absent an objection, the '.docx' file would be considered admitted.
what prevents someone from altering the contents of the document?
Nothing. But in the event of forgery, the victim ...
Levy power is limited to tax liability and at the federal level, only the IRS has that power (they do: see Brian v. Gugin, 853 F. Supp. 358. This is where they can seize your car or bank assets. Presumably you are speaking of the situation where the Department of Education is legally involved, for example the DoE actually holds the loan, or the private ...
The procedures for garnishing wages due to unpaid taxes and due to unpaid federal student loans are quite similar. Note that in most tax cases, and (it appears) in all student loan cases, you have a right to a hearing to argue against the garnishment.
From IRS Publication 594, page 6:
If you don’t pay your taxes (or make arrangements to ...
I know the OP asks about Colorado, but the perspective from England and Wales may be useful too.
Contracts for prostitution (and oral sex would almost certainly fall under this) cannot be enforced. Prostitutes cannot sue for payment because the contract is considered contrary to public policy; customers cannot sue for performance because sex is not viewed ...
A clause that your termination notice wont be recognised prior to a certain date is really unusual and probably invalid.
Your contract includes Allgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen (AGB, general terms and conditions). There are rules on such terms in §§ 305 ff. BGB. A company is not allowed to include certain clauses, § 309 BGB. In § 309 Nr. 13 lit. c BGB it is ...
"Title" means ownership. But ownership can be "encumbered," for example, by a tenant with a lease, which is an "interest," something which is less than full ownership but which is legally enforceable and usually recorded if it has to do with real estate. "Interests" include those established in probated wills and in trusts, those established in mortgages ...