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    Abandoned Property: Re: Personal Property Dispute

    In any future posts, please make a better effort to use proper capitalization and punctuation, and please proofread. Your post is very hard to follow.




    Threatened to sue whom and for what?
  2. Traffic Accidents: Re: Pain and Suffering Allowance After a Moderate Traffic Incident P I Firm or Not

    First, inconvenience and wasted time are not compensable.

    Second, let me clarify something: "missed time at work" isn't relevant; lost wages/salary is what matters (although, obviously, missed...
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    Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft by False Pretenses

    First of all, just because the law doesn't require something to be in writing doesn't mean it's not phenomenally stupid not to get something in writing. Second, I wrote that the manner in which you...
  4. Compensation and Overtime: Re: Paystubs After Getting Fired and Locked from Company Email

    That was none too smart.




    Did you or your friend read LC 226?

    In particular, subsection (b) states as follows: "An employer that is required by this code or any regulation adopted...
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    Premises Liability: Re: (How) Should I Respond Now

    Why did you fall?

    You obviously weren't injured badly.

    If you aren't going to seek medical attention, there's no real point in spending time on communication.
  6. Traffic Accidents: Re: Pain and Suffering Allowance After a Moderate Traffic Incident P I Firm or Not

    1. No.
    2. The sooner the better.
    3. Contingency.
    4. The alternative is to do it yourself.

    On thing to discuss in the initial consultation is whether the attorney believes that any increase in...
  7. Re: Agent Agreement for Selling Home in Probate

    I'm sure you all have the ability to sign your names. I suspect the question you intended to ask is whether any real estate agent will enter into such an agreement with you under the circumstances. ...
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    Re: USA Court Decision

    That's a great question for a solicitor or barrister in the UK but a bad question to ask on a message board that deals exclusively with U.S. legal issues.
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    Re: Ex Lied About Daycare Cost

    Make a written record of this. Send her something in writing explaining what you explained here and ask her to explain herself. If she doesn't give you what you consider to be a reasonable...
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    Theft and Larceny: Re: Theft by False Pretenses

    Hold on a second...

    When you gave this guy $3,000, did you receive possession of the car? Your post suggests you did not. Did you receive the certificate of title signed by the "guy"? The...
  11. Re: How Predatory Towing Damages Pertain to Muliple Offenses Unders the Same Statute

    Yes.
  12. Wills: Re: In Wa State Must or May Executor Be Paid if One of Beneficiaries

    Agree. I missed the "may" part of the question.
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    Health Insurance: Re: Primary vs Secondary Health Insurance

    Depends entirely on the terms of the policy. She understands that she can decline her employer's insurance coverage, right?
  14. Re: California Tow from Private Lot with Pets Inside

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Dgr95w5XUAAO9PV.jpg:large




    Huh?
  15. Wills: Re: In Wa State Must or May Executor Be Paid if One of Beneficiaries

    No.
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    Re: Bartender Liability (Ohio)

    In addition to what "Taxing Matters" wrote, "reason to believe" is a negligence standard. The server need not "be in on it" or have actual knowledge that an underage person will consume the alcohol....
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    Co-Ownership: Re: How Should a Deed Be Worded

    Is "someone" an attorney licensed to practice law in Indiana? If I were you, I would consult with a local estate planning attorney. Among other things, it would be worthwhile to discuss whether you...
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    Re: Bartender Liability (Ohio)

    Is it correct that, at some unknown time in the future, the police could issue a citation for some unknown crime? Sure. In the abstract, virtually anything is possible.




    Nothing in your...
  19. Credit / Debit Card Fraud: Re: Business Partner Forged My Signature on a Credit Card Application

    Is this person still your partner? Is the business actually a partnership or are you using the term "partner" colloquially?




    If I were you, the very first thing I'd do would be to discuss it...
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    Divorce: Re: Registering Foreign Divorce in California

    If you divorced in Argentina, why would you have to "register[] the divorce in Argentina"? Doesn't make any sense. Does everyone who divorces in Argentina have to "register" the divorce in the...
  21. Legal Fees: Re: Negotiating Contingency Fees Without Being a Jerk

    Actually, the answers are (1) yes; and (2) not necessarily.

    Note that most employment litigation does not result in an award of attorneys' fees.
  22. Thread: Help

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    Re: Help

    The answer is popsicles.
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    Establishment: Re: Request of No Contact- Extent

    By any chance is English not your first language? If it is, please use normal sentence structure.



    No way to know because you did not coherently describe the situation.




    Defamation is...
  24. Chapter 13: Re: Will Buying a Car After Filing - but Before Approval - Cause Problems

    14 month old thread (to which you responded contemporaneously) that was needlessly resurrected by someone else.
  25. Thread: Attorney

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    Plea Bargains: Re: Attorney

    First of all, I assume you meant "appellate," not "appellant." Second, the question is hopelessly vague. Most attorneys work by sitting behind desks reading, writing and researching things and, on...
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