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    Re: Repossession Laws on Title Pawn

    It would depend on the contract between you and the lender.

    By "taking it out of state" are you talking about going on a trip, or are you moving or storing it elsewhere?
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    Re: Banks Accounts and Living Trust

    You have #1 right.

    Another advantage of using a trust (either #2 or #3) is not only does it mean you can change things by amending the trust, you can also set the trust up to have various...
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    Trusts: Re: Certificate of Trust with Address Change

    The mailing address is largely irrelevant. If you move to a different state, it would behoove you to have an attorney review things in light of the new location.
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    Closings and Escrow: Re: Taking New Title

    Legally there's no link between the names on the title and the names on the loan. The entity who is the owner is going to have to consent to whatever security instrument (deed of trust, mortgage...
  5. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Again, as my friend in the sign shows, legal GUILT has nothing to do with whether you committed an act. People plead guilty to things they didn't do all the time and are foung legally guilty. ...
  6. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DLjmPqJW4AAOdpP.jpg
  7. Passing a School Bus: Re: What Do You Do if You Are Charged of Passing a School Bus, but Didn't Do It

    Innocent until proven guilty? The trial is the proof. Until then you are still innocent.
    The case is not tried by you giving evidence to the DA. While the DA "discounts" it, if it is relevant...
  8. Unlicensed Driving: Re: Got a Misdemeanor on My First Ticket -- What to Do

    Traffic school is an additional $52 over the price of the ticket (fine/costs) that goes to the state, plus whatever the traffic school charges for their tuition.
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    Re: Broke the Code of Ethics

    "Insinuating?"

    The seller's agent is obliged to present all offers to the seller. The REALTOR code specifically allows disclosure of information about other offers if the seller permits it. ...
  10. Thread: Cbd

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    Re: Cbd

    https://lmgtfy.app/?q=where+are+cbd+flowers+legal
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    Re: Target Assault

    First off, you have to indicate the state this took place in.

    Second, it's not up to you as to whether the employee prosecutes. It is society that is harmed by criminal activity and it is the...
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Left Turn Traffic Accident

    And I doubt the word you really wanted was "patronize." You patronize a professional. If a professional patronizes you, it means soemthing else.
  13. Re: Can I Be Fired for Drug Use Without Failing a Drug Test

    I've seen DUIs done without a chemical test. The FSTs coupled with the other observations of the officer can be more than enough. I've also seen people convicted with a lower than the per se...
  14. Re: Legal to Use Store-Bought Greeting Cards to Make into Journals to Sell

    Not just the card maker either, if it's a card that bears a trademark of someone else (Harry Potter, Snoopy, whatever), he needs to not infringe on those marks.
  15. Re: Legal to Use Store-Bought Greeting Cards to Make into Journals to Sell

    If you're talking about cutting up / manipulating the existing cards, then as long as you do not represent any brands (trademarks) as your own or implying that the brand is associated with you, you...
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    Search and Seizure: Re: Search Warrant

    It may look likea traffic citation, but it's a $1000 fine and possibly 90 days in jail (for each) and you can have your hunting licenses revoked.
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    Search and Seizure: Re: Search Warrant

    They probably had to check the kitchen very carefully as well.

    https://i.pinimg.com/474x/9d/06/8f/9d068f250d0265260fdfeee0a421f7fe.jpg
  18. Re: Please help! Should i do what my probation officer advised?

    Depending on the store and the state involved, you might expect to get a civil demand letter.
  19. Termination of an Easement: Re: I Wish to Terminate an Easement Attached to Our Title

    The first step would be to contact the utility and see if they would consider abandoning the easement. Note that deeds don't typically specifically name encumberances that already exist. ...
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    Search and Seizure: Re: Search Warrant

    Eh? They are allowed to search anything that is covered by the warrant. In this case, anything in your home that could hold the animals (whole or dismembered) or whatever "hunting related...
  21. Re: Can I Be Fired for Drug Use Without Failing a Drug Test

    I don't know how much more plainly I can put it for Harold. I said that no test was required. That doesn't indicate the existence of a test or not. If I tell you that I don't need a car to go...
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    Re: Police Searched My Lost Wallet

    8-1327(a) no doubt. It's a class B misdemeanor (6 months / $1000). If you're charged, you need an attorney.
  23. Re: Can I Be Fired for Drug Use Without Failing a Drug Test

    You are derailing the thread. The poster was not drug tested. He's worried about his statements that he's an illegal drug user can be used against him by his employer if they manage to peer into...
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    Re: Vehicular Gate Sources

    What damages do you have from the gate? Why do you think the complex is liable?
  25. Re: Can I Be Fired for Drug Use Without Failing a Drug Test

    Again, the testing is irrelevant. If your employer suspects you're under the influence of marjuana, he's free to fire you and the act doesn't require any proof. All it says is he can't fire you...
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