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    Re: Changing Employee Classification

    Note, that if the employee is properly able to be considered exempt, they're outside the FSLA (and most state law) with regard to pay and overtime. The employer is free to pay them as if they...
  2. Re: Followup Thought I Purchased a Townhome with a Detached Garage

    An ERROR is not a misrepresentation, and MLS listings are specifically disclaimed as not necessarily accurate. I'd like to see some hard evidence that an "implication" in an MLS listing has any...
  3. Re: Followup Thought I Purchased a Townhome with a Detached Garage

    Nope, real estate agents sell property. MLS is just an advertisement.

    E&O insurance covers issues when someone has a valid claim against the insured. No insurer is going to pay out if they...
  4. Calculation of Support: Re: Child with Someone Who's on a Visitor's Visa

    Subject line of this whole thread.
  5. Calculation of Support: Re: Child with Someone Who's on a Visitor's Visa

    Doesn't change my answer. The only difference is whether HE is the one that she or the state will attempt to recover from. But I think the thread subject line implies that it is his. When you...
  6. Calculation of Support: Re: Child with Someone Who's on a Visitor's Visa

    Well, she can try to get permanent residence, it's not likely to work just because of the so-called "anchor baby." The immigration laws do not work that way. She doesn't get preferred status even...
  7. Lights, Signs and Traffic Controls: Re: Illegal Left Turn into a Drive Way - VC 22101-D

    It would all depend on whether this is a business district, what the signage and road markings are, and what exactly you are charged with.

    You're free to try a TBD, but in most cases, it's a...
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    Re: No Show Contractor and Breach of Verbal

    It really doesn't matter if he rented it or not. You know that YOU do not own it. You have no right to deprive the owner of it.
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    Re: No Show Contractor and Breach of Verbal

    If he rented the scaffolding, it doesn't belong to either of you. No, you can not hold it hostage. You'll have to pursue your relief some other ways.
    Since you know the equipment doesn't belong...
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    Emancipation: Re: Moving Out at 16

    You aren't going to get emancipated. You can put that out of your head. No judge is going to approve of you moving out to shack up with your SO. We don't emancipate those who are truly in...
  11. Thread: My Driveway

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    Re: My Driveway

    Bud's right, but frankly, if his efforts are impeding your use of the easement, then he needs to stop. Alas, there's not much you can do other than pointing out his legal obligation but take...
  12. Thread: Shoplifting

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    Re: Shoplifting

    1. Don't shoplift.
    2. Stay out of the stores in which you've previously shoplifted.
    3. Don't shoplift.
    4. If the police or commonwealth's attorney contact you, decline to speak to them...
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    Eviction Process: Re: What to Do After a 30 Day Notice

    I told you how I would proceed. When the 30 days are up file the 3 day notice. Three days after that you can file the UD suit. It could take the better part of a month before the trial date is...
  14. Security Deposits: Re: Is It Legal to Include Non-Refundable Deposits in a Residential Lease

    That's illegal in Virginia. First, the non-refundable deposit may not exceed $50.
    There's no such thing as a "non-refundable security deposit."
    Security deposits are capped at two months rent.
  15. Security Deposits: Re: Is It Legal to Include Non-Refundable Deposits in a Residential Lease

    Depends on how much. The landlord can charge up to $50 in non-refundable fees for most rentals.

    What they call it isn't so much of an issue as long as it's $50 or less and clearly designated as...
  16. Supervisors: Re: Looking for Help to Counter-Litigate 8:17-Cv-1522-T-33map Middle District of Flor

    Doesn't say anything I didn't already know. (And TM also espoused issues on the duplicate thread on this one).

    The company is probably off-base in the long run, but the poster here probably has...
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Wage Garnishment

    Well, good luck. However, you should have made the slow pay motion earlier. Slowpay indeed will allow a lower payment than garnishment. On a straight garnishment, the judgment creditor is...
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Wage Garnishment

    The employer is not obliged to give you any notification.

    What makes you think the courts are going to look favorably on your request. You were supposed to contest this earlier. The amounts...
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    Eviction Process: Re: What to Do After a 30 Day Notice

    First off, you were foolish. NEVER let the buyer move-in prior to closing. You're going to get burned on this one.

    I have no idea what you mean by "thirty day time extension for one week." ...
  20. Compensation and Overtime: Re: Guilty Misd Theft in Criminal, Suing in Civil for Overtime Determination Per Flsa

    "I was told" is a dangerous thing unless the person doing the telling was an attorney that you were in a client relationship with.

    I've not seen your other posts, but wage matters are not. You...
  21. Travel and Recreation: Re: Limited Bin Space, Airline Asked to Check Carry on Bag. Items Pilfered from Bag

    With the steerage tickets, you are lucky that it was Delta. Had it been American, you not only would have had to check your bag but they'd have charged you for it. Delta at least does it...
  22. Discrimination: Re: Advice - Disability - Orientation - Mocking

    You should be talking to your attorney about this.
  23. Re: Police Had Car Towed Title Has Not Been Registered Yet but J Have Bill of Sale 2

    You'll have to give us the state name, but in most states you are required to have the car titled and registered before it can be operated on the public roads or even parked there. Towing is not...
  24. Libel: Re: Looking for Help to Counter-Litigate 8:17-Cv-1522-T-33map Middle District of Flor

    I've read through the complaints and I'm pretty much guessing the company didn't realize the attempts to log in were automated syncing on the phone. What they have was the ID belonging to an...
  25. Expungement and Sealing: Re: How to Obtain Full-Length Police-Reports During Petition for Factual Innocence

    Yep, you'd think that given the week that this has been going on someone would have pulled the plug on DENIMKATY
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