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  1. Chapter 7: Re: How Soon After Ch. 7 Bankruptcy Can I Rent Out or Sell the House I Live in

    Once you file a chapter 7 bankruptcy, you need to run everything by the trustee.

    A chapter 7 bankruptcy doesn't erase liens or other security instruments (provided there is sufficient equity in...
  2. Speeding Tickets: Re: Wrong Speed Limit on Ticket and Inacurate Notes

    Why would what he "thought" the speed limit was matter? The operative points are what he testifies he observed you doing and what the actual speed limit is.

    And again, 35 isn't a basic prima...
  3. Speeding Tickets: Re: Wrong Speed Limit on Ticket and Inacurate Notes

    What road are we talking about? 35 isn't one of the basic prima facie speeds in Colorado. The video isn't likely to be useful except if it shows you NOT over the posted speed for the road where...
  4. Speeding Tickets: Re: Wrong Speed Limit on Ticket and Inacurate Notes

    Well, since the poster was going faster than the other driver, he'd be a more likely candidate to pull over.
    It's unclear why you would need to pass someone who already is going too fast.
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    Personal Investment: Re: Wrong Amount Reported on a 1099

    Not necessarily. If you redeem by TreasuryDirect it comes from the IRS. If your redeem at a bank it comes from the bank.'

    There's more wrong here (unless the poster is being imprecise). The...
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    Re: Immigration and Natural Disasters

    You need a lawyer. First, you've omitted details that are important here. Second, Brazil's and the US's immigration agencies are having a pissing match with each other right now, so that country...
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    Re: Warranty Deed / Trustees and a Trust

    You need a lawyer. The real estate has to be owned by someone. You can certainly put it in individual's names, but that may interfere with what you intend to do with it. You can create a...
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    Deeds - Warranty: Re: Fighting Deed Forgery Oklahoma

    Who are you in all this?
  9. Re: New Jersey Traffic Law Interpretation- Passing on the Right

    I haven't been on one in 20+ years, but I used to ride those in the Newark subway between Penn Station and the Rutgers Newark campus. While parts of the lines operate above ground and cross the...
  10. Social Security Issues: Re: Grounds for Appeal of SSI While I Worked Part Time

    Impairment related work expenses. These are approved expenditures caused by your disability that you need to pay for in order to work. For instance, if you have to have a wheelchair to work,...
  11. Grades and Credits: Re: Lame Community College Academic Probation 2.7 Over All Gpa

    OK, they're free to impose rules that don't conflict with the Education Code. The only mention of the word probation in the entire code refers to students on judicial probation.
  12. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    It doesn't matter. Guilty or innocent, he has no right to "be made whole."
  13. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    Innocence is a presumption. It's also immaterial to David's rants. Even if he was found innocent, pardoned by the president, and God himself opened up the skies and cast a beam of light on him,...
  14. Grades and Credits: Re: Lame Community College Academic Probation 2.7 Over All Gpa

    When you "withdrew" (that's all one word by the way), did you leave while the semester was in progress? If you did, most likely they viewed all those courses as failed or dropped and that will...
  15. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to "Be Made Whole" After the Dismissal of an Arrest in the Interest

    Many people are aquitted of crimes (or have their charges dismissed). They are not entitled to be "made whole."
  16. Grades and Credits: Re: Lame Community College Academic Probation 2.7 Over All Gpa

    The question is what were your grades the last semester? That's what academic probation is about, not how well you've done cumulatively.
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Can Chiropractors Mess You Up

    It's possible the chiroquacktor did it, but it's also possible that your previous incident did. Further, you won't know or be able to work the conditions until you get to a proper (MD or DO)...
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    Sales Agreements: Re: Volkswagon Lemon

    Colorado's Lemon Law only applies for defects that arise during the first year.
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    Re: Worker's Compensation - is It Taxable

    No, but it can affect SSDI or SSI if he is also receiving that.
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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: A Class Action

    Creating an organization doesn't generate money. Creating an organization is easy. Getting money is hard. Convincing your state and the feds that you should be tax-exempt is slightly harder...
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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: A Class Action

    The fact you didn't avail yourself of what was available doesn't mean you didn't have it.

    Why do you think you need to do this. Even if you had a cause a "not for profit venture" is neither...
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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: A Class Action

    You had your due process. Just because you don't agree with it, doesn't make it invalid.
  23. Civil Rights Issues: Re: How to Find an Attorney to Protect with No Money

    Please stop creating multiple threads on the same subject. As you were told before, there's no right to "be made whole" here.
  24. Re: To Prove Ownership of My Firearm That Was Taken After a Accident for "Safekeeping

    Do you still have access to the guy who sold it to you? Have him write you a bill of sale, if so.
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    Re: Quick Change to Trust

    There's no requirement that trusts be notarized at all. All a notarization does is attest that the person who signed it was who they say they are. It doesn't confer any officiality to the...
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