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A discord room?
1 - The title of the thread is "Unmarried Mothers Rights."
2 - The phrase "My child's father" or "My child's mother" almost invariably denotes unmarried (or divorced). Otherwise there would be no...
Are you in the US? The reason I ask is that "stakeholder" is not a term that is normally use in the US. If you are in the US, what state? State laws differ and there are federal laws to consider when...
But not everybody cheerfully chooses to be a criminal.
Yes, there is. That's how we treat criminals. Rudely. We (as a society) treat criminals by rudely prosecuting them and rudely sending...
OK. Let us know how it turns out.
Which insurance company? Yours or the contractor's?
Your lease can be non-renewed and you told to leave at expiration. If you don't leave, then you get evicted.
Plan on moving if you don't sign it.
Seems like you live in a s-h-i-t box anyway....
The general rule is that if the citation is not served personally within a certain amount of time (often 120 days) it's automatically dismissed. However, many cities that depend on photocops for...
There isn't any. Your family member will have to plead not guilty, go to court and perjure him/herself by saying "not me" if she is foolish enough to speak.
Consult an attorney. An attorney would...
This is why people going into business should have a trademark attorney. Back then you would have paid $. Now you could potentially pay $$$$$$$$$$ to unravel this or defend a lawsuit.
As for the SOL, it's a maximum of 3 years including the 1 year after discovery, plus an additional 90 days because of the notice of claim requirement. Note two exceptions.
There's a thread on this site about traffic tickets in Washington. I haven't read it so I don't know if there is anything in there about parking tickets. Give it a look.
What do you mean by "update" the title and why would you have to "update" a title that you already have?
That's what I'm saying. You're legal in Oregon, your not legal in Seattle.
You order your tags earlier next year so you get AND ATTACH the new ones before the old ones expire.
That's right. The Oregon violation is:
Yes, it's called bail. Look it up.
A writer is also a researcher. You should be able to find that out by looking up your criminal laws.
That's also something easily researched.
Nothing unusual about it. We see it here all the time.
If it's not displayed on the car and the car is unattended, you get the ticket.
"...attached and displayed..." are the operative...
I've been leaning toward employee also and the company details confirm it. Your employer controls what you do and how you do it. That's a big part of it. That you have been working for them for 7...
PayrollGuy makes a good point.
What is Company ABCDEF? What does it do? Why is it an apparent middleman between you and Factory 123?
Meantime, watch this IRS presentation. The first 7:40...
Your employer would have to comply with the UI and WC laws of your state, as well as those of the federal government.
If you read the material on the IRS website, how would YOU classify your...
Unfortunately, the title of this forum is "Debate the Issues" thus inviting paranoids who would be more welcomed on City-Data.
I think TM was asking what state you are located in.
If that happens and it turns out that you (and others) were illegally misclassified, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you cost...
The IRS has comprehensive rules that help you determine if you are an employee or independent contractor. It doesn't matter what your contract says.
Then somebody at the dealership has been using your car for 200 miles. I'd certainly want an explanation.
You could stop payment on the check and immediately notify the dealer by phone and in...
But instead of the usual customer service phone number, look up the corporate headquarters main number and ask for the department that handles "product defect...