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Prom in a week, need a suit, buy or rent?

Prom in a week, need a suit, buy or rent? Topic: Tips to make a good business plan
May 25, 2019 / By Justice
Question: I'm almost a complete novice when it comes to buying suits and I probably need to a substantial mount of reading up on what makes a good suit before I buy one, I think. I'm under time constraints as I am in the middle of my exam period so I can only spend 2-3 hours shopping around, knowing this, would you recommend that I buy a suit or rent one or what should my plan of attack be? It would also help me greatly if you could share some tips for buying/renting a suit here for me. Thanks a bunch!
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Gracie Gracie | 7 days ago
Buy. My husband bought his high school senior prom tux. He said it was only $10-20 more than renting one. It served him well. He wore it in the men's chorus group he was in in college and even to our wedding. However, business suits are more practical. They work from everything to Sunday morning church to job interviews, dinners, etc. Even the shirt, a tie and the jacket work with Dockers-type pants or even dressy jeans. Even for a day of running errands I'll put on a pair of dark colored skinny jeans, a button down blouse and a blazer. Versatile outfits like that are quite practical. (Yes, I was this practical even before I had kids. I was raised to be practical and cheap and to dress nice.) As for what makes a good suit,I don't know. I'm a girl.
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Gracie Originally Answered: Roommate unpaid rent civil suit?
If you signed a lease agreement in which this agreement between the 3 of you was not documented, then you are liable. Money is the root of all evil, and the destroyer of "friend" ships. I don't know if the courts will honor anything that wasn't written down, you might be just fine. In the future, tho', be a bit more realistic, why should their financial burden increase but not yours?
Gracie Originally Answered: Roommate unpaid rent civil suit?
If you signed the lease then you are responsible till the lease ends. If you did'nt sign the lease then you were on a month to month basis. EDIT: Your grasping at straws. If your name is on the lease then you are responsible and the 2 roommates can take YOU to court. If the whole amt of rent is not paid then the Landlord can take all 3 of you to court. Right now your roommates are paying your part of the rent, therefore you owe THEM the money and they can get it for the remainder of the lease.
Gracie Originally Answered: Roommate unpaid rent civil suit?
the problem with a verbal is how do you establish the verbal? if both of your roommates deny that was the deal you may have a hard time proving your verbal Note: yes they can, they will make the argument three signed a lease for a year, the lease makes all responsible for the full amount, you left and they continued to pay your part because they did not want an eviction or dinged credit, as such they can turn around and sue you for monies they had to pay under the contract that you all signed saying you would pay for a whole year
Gracie Originally Answered: Roommate unpaid rent civil suit?
Since they are not agreeing that this was stated, I hope you have some other witnesses. Since you were "signing" a lease, you should have gotten your "situation" in writing also. They could take you to court and it would be an interesting case if they lie about what was agreed upon. Another situation where it pays to CYAWP. (Cover your a** with paper)

Gracie Originally Answered: In NJ if car accident a suit is filed on time but the defense is notified & served late is the suit dismissed?
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Gracie Originally Answered: In NJ if car accident a suit is filed on time but the defense is notified & served late is the suit dismissed?
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Gracie Originally Answered: In NJ if car accident a suit is filed on time but the defense is notified & served late is the suit dismissed?
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