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    Social Security Issues: Re: My Brother-In-Laws SSI is Being Used Inappropriately

    I suggest contact your area Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Investigation division. You can file a complaint with them. They may or may not look into it, but can also send it to the civil side...
  2. Private Sales: Re: Sold My Jet Ski. 4 Days Later the Seller Wants His Money Back

    I would advise you to notify the registering agency (DMV, etc) of the sale. They usually have forms, etc that you submit and costs about $5. It can go a long way in preventing a lawsuit in the future.
  3. Hit-and-Run Accidents: Re: Will Their Insurance Company Take Criminal Action or Sue Me

    You need not respond to an insurance inquiry. The company is basically trying to determine if you have insurance, which you don't, because their driver is not covered under his policy.

    The...
  4. Student Discipline: Re: Suspended from College for Being Loud on Campus

    You can file an appeal with the Board of Regents or convening authority, but I don't see any discrimination or illegal activity on the schools part.

    You were involved in an incident where a...
  5. Adverse Possession: Re: Eviction by Title Owner of Disputed Property

    My question revolves around what improvement to the property have been constructed. Walls and simple maintance of property does not count toward adverse possession of property.

    What you have...
  6. Change of Ownership: Re: Can a New Owner Force Us to Sign a New Lease

    The new owner cannot force you to sign a new lease. They must abide by the standing lease. However, at the conclusion of that lease they will probably not renew the lease with you. At the conclusion...
  7. Resignation: Re: A Relative Quit and the Ex-Boss Wants a Letter of Resignation

    Violations of federal labor laws is a reasonable reason. However, he is going to be required to show some sort of proof, not just his claims that he wasn't being paid enough.
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    Eviction Process: Re: I'm Trying to Find Out the Pr.ocess of Evicting an Adult Child

    The first step is to write an eviction notice and deliver it to your daughter demanding that she vacate the property within a set time frame, say 72 hours.

    If she fails to leave the property, you...
  9. Resignation: Re: A Relative Quit and the Ex-Boss Wants a Letter of Resignation

    Although the letter of resignation bolsters the case for the employer that the person quit, not having the letter doesn't defeat the employers case. The person quit and must show reasonable cause for...
  10. Hours: Re: Employer Approved Timesheets Already, Now Disputing Hours

    Going forward your supervisor can direct you to label the lunch break on your timesheet however he wants. If he reports the issue to HR and attempts to dock future pay you need argue that by...
  11. Thread: On Call Pay

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    Compensation and Overtime: Re: On Call Pay

    The DOL and courts have been pretty lax on how they determine what restrictions are excessive and prohibit activities. In general the things that come into play are the time limits imposed on the...
  12. Other Injuries: Re: Bought an Item then Needed to Exchange It but Was Accused of Stealing It and Deta

    Up until she produced the reciept for the item there most certainly was a question of ownership of the property. The inventory system indicated that the product was not sold and entirely reasonable...
  13. Other Injuries: Re: Bought an Item then Needed to Exchange It but Was Accused of Stealing It and Deta

    The store wasn't holding her property. It was acting on good faith that it was retaining an unsold product. Since she was unable to show via a reciept that the property was indeed paid for, the store...
  14. Purchase Contracts: Re: Seller Won't Amend Purchase Contract to Include FHA Clause

    It seems like the seller is using your failure to secure financing according to the original contract to get out of the deal. You shouldn't lose the earnest money (if any) since you made a good-faith...
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    Careless Driving: Re: Pulling Out Too Fast on Motorcycle

    I'm not familiar with the local court, but generally if you go to trail and don't plea out, then you lose the chance to plea.

    My advice?

    You're guilty. You know it, the cop knows and lets be...
  16. Other Injuries: Re: Bought an Item then Needed to Exchange It but Was Accused of Stealing It and Deta

    You are only entitled to the items you purchased. If the store employee is relying on their equipment, that is a reasonable action and there is not intent to defraud you of anything. You are not...
  17. Other Injuries: Re: Bought an Item then Needed to Exchange It but Was Accused of Stealing It and Deta

    No, you don't have a "right" to an apology.

    You have the right to have the items you paid for and nothing else.

    You choose to remain in the store and that caused you to miss your other...
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    Careless Driving: Re: Pulling Out Too Fast on Motorcycle

    You can challenge it, but you have little chance of success.

    The trooper only need testify that the tire lost traction, even if only for a second.

    After the officer testifies you will have an...
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    Careless Driving: Re: Pulling Out Too Fast on Motorcycle

    You can try to argue it, but I suspect you'll lose easily.

    Your case hinges on the definition of "peeling tire". If your only arguement is that you did all of the above but you don't consider that...
  20. Embezzlement: Re: How Long Does Your Employer Have to Prosecute or Sue You for Stealing Money

    A lot depends on how that theft occurred.

    If the theft is simple, meaning you walked out the door with company equipment, then it is 2 years (TX Civ Prac & Rem Code 16.003)

    If theft was...
  21. Search and Seizure: Re: Can the Police Come to My Home Open and Take My Mail from Outside

    The wording of the search warrant will be vital, but I would hazard a guess that it allows the police to search anywhere on your property where the toys may be concealed. If you had boxes large...
  22. Business Disputes: Re: Former Client Wants Control Panel Access, Still Owes Money

    Alright, as I understand you and the client exchanged emails whereby the client outlined the website requirements you proceeded to fulfill them. At some point you and the client disagreed over what...
  23. Slander: Re: Slandered by College Administrator to Another Student

    How did the official "slander" you?
    What information was released to the third party?
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    Minor in Possession: Re: Advice on Minor in Consumption in Phoenix Area

    You're not going to like the answers, but here they are.
    1. Maybe
    2. Maybe
    3. Maybe
    4. Maybe

    There is just too many unknowns to guess at what will happen.
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    Probation and Parole: Re: Can a Judge Order Change in Lifestyle

    I wish it were that easy. The judge can't order a person to quit smoking to pay for restitution. As far as other bills go, if the judge requires the person to submit a financial statement you may get...
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