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  1. Retailers: Re: Purchased Trailer Got Loose in 5 Mins Upon Driving

    You again display your ignorance and make up stuff. First, a trailer salesman is likely not probably specifically trained nor licensed in a way that would be meaningful to this situation. But...
  2. Retailers: Re: Purchased Trailer Got Loose in 5 Mins Upon Driving

    Ah, but the dealer wasn't operating the vehicle. While they may have been indeed negligent in hitching it up, it is still negligence on the part of the OP to not verify that the vehicle was in a...
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    Re: Selling Personal Info

    Duplicate thread. I already answered this in the other thread you created. Do not respond here furhter.

    See: https://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=246195
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    Public Records: Re: Selling Personal Info

    Almost all of those "sketchy" companies get the information from publicly available sources. They also specifically disclaim them from being used for employment/credit type things that would make...
  5. Retailers: Re: Purchased Trailer Got Loose in 5 Mins Upon Driving

    It would depend on whether you signed away any rights to further compensation when you took the replacement trailer. You can certainly continue to try. If this is a chain you might try going up...
  6. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    Note, that however UNLIKE real money you make it, if you try to spend it, you can be convicted. We get a story of someone trying to pass million dollar bills every few years.
  7. Counterfeiting: Re: Is It Legal to Print Fake Pretend Play Money if We Change a Lot of Features

    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/crime/article236253158.html
  8. Discovery: Re: Georgia Civil Procedure: Which Discovery Documents Are Available to the Public wh

    Documents that are part of the filings/pleadings or documents that are part of discovery? I doubt very much you got anything that was part of the discovery that wasn't later introduced officially.
  9. Discovery: Re: Georgia Civil Procedure: Which Discovery Documents Are Available to the Public wh

    What makes you think any of the discovery documents are required to be disclosed to the public? A judge is not likely to disclose anything to a non-party.

    Your point #3 is wrong. First, I'm...
  10. Hearings and Trials: Re: Due Date of Trial by Declaration After Extending Payment

    If the extension is the general (one time) due date extension, that is the new "appearance" date. She has to the extended date to either pay, or request a court date, or file the TBD.

    If the...
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    Re: H1b Transfer Query

    There's no such thing as an H1B "transfer." The new employer has to apply for a new H1B, however there are certain steps that can be omitted since you've already been through them if you have an...
  12. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Got Caught Shoplifting a Few Years Ago and Want Unbanned

    Some people equate the civil demand with a "fine".
  13. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Got Caught Shoplifting a Few Years Ago and Want Unbanned

    Responding to thieves is probably not on their priority list, especially with ll the COVID issues. Two weeks is nothing with regard to response time in situations like this. Do you think...
  14. Re: Do All Pour-Over Wills Have to Be Probated

    If the assets are already titled to the trust, the pour-over provision of the will is meaningless. The pour-over is to allow property left in the estate to be transferred to the trust. As TM...
  15. Other Violations: Re: Traffic Violation Dismissed but Still Got Arrested

    Your brother needs to talk to an attorney. If charges were dismissed before trial, it's possible that they can be reinstated in some circumstances. It would seem odd that this would happen...
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    Re: Use of Book Title

    Book titles are not protected by copyright, though you can indeed check to see if it has been registered with the Copyright office: ...
  17. Life Insurance: Re: My Dad's Life Insurance Policy and Who is Legally Entitled to What

    The life insurance gets paid to the beneficiary (if it's pays out at all, suicide is often excluded). If she was the beneficiary, the money is hers to deal with without regard to the will, or what...
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    Re: Road Easement Has New Access

    You'd have to have an attorney read the terms of the easement. It could be a problem, or it could be that you had the right to do this.
  19. Co-Workers: Re: Did I Threaten My Co-Worker He Claims I Did

    No, sometimes it's a offer for a contract.

    In other cases, it can be extortion.

    It all matters what "this" and "that" are.
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    Re: Court Closure

    Sorry about your marital problems. Did you have a question?
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    Re: Theft by Deception/Fraud

    At worst, you got something they would have charged a higher interest rate had they not been mislead. As LL says, they're not likely to pursue anything at this point over something that small even...
  22. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Wife Served Summons for Willful Concealment in New Hampshire

    I didn't look at either of those because those are OBSOLETE versions of the Statutes. YOU NEED TO BE LOOKING AT THE 2019 statutes for what happened here, not some from four years or even over a...
  23. Re: Obtaining Records of Criminal Case in Virginia

    Getting back on track. Physical evidence is not obliged to be disclosed under the Commonwealths FOIA. The stuff that is in open testimony most certainly is. Any affidavits or other filings with...
  24. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Wife Served Summons for Willful Concealment in New Hampshire

    Relax, I'm in pre-law.
    Thought you were premed?
    What's the difference?

    Absolutely.

    Well, since "shoplifting" isn't defined by the statute, willful concealment is just one of the forms...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: What is the Definition of Total Estate

    The term is not just gross estate in this case but the longer phrase "gross estate available for distribution under his will."
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