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    Re: Secession and Military Operations

    Most problems involving sovereign states are, at their core, are political problems. States are political institutions. Modern states gain sovereignty primarily, though not exclusively, through the...
  2. Sales Agreements: Re: Odometer Fraud in Florida

    That would often be impossible to acquire since in Florida there is an exemption for vehicle mileage reporting on transfer for vehicles over 10 years old. However, proving that the seller had...
  3. Warranties: Re: What to Do if You Find a Problem With a Car After Buying It

    The full text of New Hampshire's UCC law regarding disclaimer of merchantability warranty:
  4. Sales Agreements: Re: Odometer Fraud in Florida

    Interesting law. It appears to require malicious threatening. The OP didn't seem malicious to me.
  5. Nuisance: Re: Enjoyment of Property - Disruptive Billboard, Massachusetts

    You say that the billboard was there when you bought the home, and that you saw it. You do not indicate that you made contact with that property owner to ascertain the status of the billboard. The...
  6. Federal Taxes: How to Coordinate a Pell Grant with the American Opportunity Credit

    Publication 970 indicates that you can include the amount of a Pell grant in your income and then use the entire amount of tuition reported on line 1 of form 1098-T to calculate the American...
  7. Federal Taxes: Re: Claiming Expenses as Charitable Deductions

    Perhaps I was unclear. He lives in Florida about 25 miles from Port Canaveral and the only use made of the vessel is in support of USCGAUX missions. The travel expenses are not from somewhere else to...
  8. Federal Taxes: Re: Claiming Expenses as Charitable Deductions

    Thanks everyone, I very much appreciate your input. He has very good records, but we are still somewhat unsure of which expenses qualify as schedule a deductions because of the unique nature of what...
  9. Federal Taxes: Claiming Expenses as Charitable Deductions

    My father-in-law is retired from the military and he serves in the Coast Guard Auxiliary. He has his own vessel that he uses to support NASA missions. These folks patrol the waters off Cape...
  10. Social Security Issues: Re: and Advice

    According to that SSA website, a child has to have “marked and severe functional limitations" because of their condition. If a doctor has not said her condition meets that threshold then the lawyer...
  11. Termination of Support: Re: Termination of Support, Because Minor Child Has Had a Baby

    I think you need proof of anything you claim in court. That's why you call witnesses. Couldn't the daughter be forced to testify?
  12. Termination of Support: Re: Drop Out into Internet School

    Your daughter needs food, clothing, shelter, medical care, etc. Do you believe you can stop providing for her because of something her mother has done? Where did you get such an idea? Has your...
  13. Deductions from Pay: Re: Payroll Copy Forms

    I know from personal experience that companies sometimes give a 1099 when a person is really their employee. It's not the piece of paper that determines if you're an employee.
  14. Registering a Vehicle: Re: New Hampshire Doesn't Title Old Vehicles, Florida Requires Title to Register

    Gotcha, I missed that. Anyway, no, the car was a piece of garbage. It merely presented an interesting legal question. Thanks everyone.
  15. Registering a Vehicle: Re: New Hampshire Doesn't Title Old Vehicles, Florida Requires Title to Register

    I was relying on the information at the dmv's website:

    http://www.dmv.org/fl-florida/buy-sell/state-regulations.php#Buying-or-Selling-a-Vehicle-Without-a-Title

    "You should never buy or sell a...
  16. Registering a Vehicle: Registering an Out of State Car When the Other State Does Not Require a Title

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Florida.

    I was considering a classic car listed on eBay - a 1958 Ford Fairlane. The seller is in NH and that state does not title...
  17. Federal Taxes: Will I Have to Pay Tax on Capital Gain for Former Residence

    I was transferred to a new location after living in my house for seven years. At the time the house was under water and I couldn't sell it without coughing up $20k to close, so I elected to rent it...
  18. Other Injuries: Re: Value of Personal Labor in Damage Award

    Thanks!
  19. Other Injuries: Re: Value of Personal Labor in Damage Award

    I can see where an insurance company would take the position that one's own labor has no value that can be assigned a dollar amount. However, sometimes there is no insurance claim such as if the...
  20. Other Injuries: Value of Personal Labor in Damage Award

    My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: TN

    Someone damaged my property and the cost to repair it is $10,000, which is the lowest of three bids from contractors. If I don't...
  21. Division of Assets: Divorce With Assets in a Foreign Country

    My question involves a marriage in the state of: Florida.

    My sister-in-law is married to a man who has dual citizenship. In his country of origin he has assets worth several million $$$s. In the...
  22. Classification of Workers: Re: Newspaper Delivery - Employee or Independent Contractor

    And to me, it is clear-cut that the OP's son was an employee and not an independent contractor. You seem to think it would be more likely that he would be an employee if he bought newspapers and...
  23. Classification of Workers: Re: Newspaper Delivery - Employee or Independent Contractor

    Thank you everyone for your feedback. I posted this morning and I have not had a chance to check back until now.

    Here are the specifics. The state is Georgia, if that matters. The contract does...
  24. Classification of Workers: Is a Newspaper Delivery Person an Independent Contractor

    My son delivered newspapers for nine months of last year. The company issued him a 1099-MISC categorizing him as an independent contractor. He had to deliver the papers when they told him to deliver...
  25. State Taxes: Re: Oregon Tax Credit for Out of State Tax Payer

    Oregon is trying to encourage the use of energy efficient water heaters in Oregon. Giving tax benefits to influence how people in other states behave would be a disservice to Oregon tax payers. That...
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