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  1. Consumer Law Issues: Re: C.o.d Contract "Balance Due at Installation"

    OP, it would seem that you've done a great job in tying your own hands.

    You made a contractual agreement for a product, which would have included the term and conditions (T&C's) and the exclusions...
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    Social Security Issues: Re: Being Denied 100% Benefits

    First, it's not the retirees, it's the Millennials and Gen Z. If they actually voted (given their general political leanings) the Republicans would never win again. Second, one of the advantages that...
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    Social Security Issues: Re: Being Denied 100% Benefits

    You do realize that Trump and the Republicans are for slashing your benefits, right?
  4. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    IF there is a history of recreation on the river, even seasonal, then it can be considered navigable by fact. Your quick scan from a satellite image is not relevant. To that point I've found info...
  5. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    I did note that you looked at an image of the river. Bear in mind that my wee little WW kayaks and my 18' sea kayaks have an incredibly shallow draft and if I can get it to float down it it becomes...
  6. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    According to your link the river, if it can support any sort of vessel as long as it can float and navigate the river (in this case). If there is a history of the river being used in a recreational...
  7. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    This is an issue that surfaces in the kayaking community often.

    The right use the TMR would be dependent on state laws regarding access. The best way to find out more about these rights are going...
  8. Unemployment Benefits: Re: Trailing Spouse - California to New Hampshire, Which State to Apply

    I worked a couple of international contracts some year ago and when I applied for benefits upon completion of the contracts I applied in the states that the benefits were paid in even though I didn't...
  9. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Atty Has Not Given Me My Inheritance After 8 Mos

    Since we don't know what the trustee has directed the attorney to do saying anything about the attorney is, shall we say, premature. All we have to go on is the rantings of an increasingly hostile OP...
  10. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Atty Has Not Given Me My Inheritance After 8 Mos

    This is playing out the same way it did across the street. Histrionics and an almost theatrical refusal to understand what is being said.
  11. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Atty Has Not Given Me My Inheritance After 8 Mos

    You are one of the last true people person's aren't you? I can just see you laying on the floor kicking and waving your tiny fists...

    The attorney doesn't answer to you, you insolent rude boy, her...
  12. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Atty Has Not Given Me My Inheritance After 8 Mos

    As one who has just gone through this process of moving money around inside of a trust I can say that it is not just a few minutes of paperwork and a lot hinges on how cooperative the various...
  13. Police Conduct: Re: Knowingly Filing of a False Report by a Police Officer

    I know what the Torah condones and I'm more than passingly familiar with it, I'm a Jew.

    I'm not manipulating anything.

    The Torah has not been amended in more that 3300 year. That's older than...
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    Re: Can the President Pardon Himself

    I pardon you.
  15. Police Conduct: Re: Knowingly Filing of a False Report by a Police Officer

    I don't know where to begin so let's start with this: I'm not an attorney. I just happen to be an educated and literate person who deals with legal issues on a regular basis as a part of my job.
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  16. Police Conduct: Re: Knowingly Filing of a False Report by a Police Officer

    The bible is not the basis for our laws. Here and now it takes 12 people to agree that someone is guilty, not 2 or 3. It certainly takes more then 2 to sentence someone to death.

    There is no...
  17. Premises Liability: Re: Trees We Cut on Neighbors Property with Permission

    You didn't trim, you eliminated stumps generally don't grow back into trees, they stay stumps. Additionally, there is a vague permission in the conversation between the husbands and not explicit...
  18. Child Neglect: Re: Step Father Concerned with Reacuring Bed Bug Issue at Birth Fathers House

    Also, while bedbugs are nuisance and hard do get rid of you have a much more difficult job as the step-parent: staying in your lane. You are not a parent, in the legal sense, to these children and,...
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    Defective Drugs and Medications: Re: Lawyers Unable to Help Me.

    Given how long it has been you have little chance at prevailing in a lawsuit. You've exceeded the SOLs, you are not a part of a class-action suit and you've not actually located any funding created...
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    Defective Drugs and Medications: Re: Lawyers Unable to Help Me.

    A lawyer can't help you if you cannot demonstrate your claims to be true and accurate to their satisfaction. They also don't HAVE to help you. IF you are difficult they may decide that you aren't...
  21. Denial & Appeals: Re: In California What is the Legal Definition of a 'Weapon' As It Relates to Employm

    I also work in a job that has lots of dangerous tools around that could be used as weapons. That said, am I simply holding the hammer during an argument or am I brandishing it as a weapon? How is...
  22. Background Checks: Re: Contacting Employer

    You. Are. Not. Returning. Ever. Ever. Ever.
  23. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Fake Checkbook Admissible As Evidence for Support

    The way to have the checkbook possibly admissible is to abject to it on the basis of it being hearsay. Without additional corroborating documents, such as the cancelled checks, bank records of the...
  24. Disestablishing Paternity: Re: Adult Child, 39, Wants Birth Certificate Corrected

    No need to be snippy and what Jack said is pretty accurate.

    At age 39 it's unlikely that the BC will be changed. A name change is simple and can be done only by your daughter with comparatively...
  25. Custody and Visitation Issues: Re: Parent is Leaving on Mission Trip

    Yes, he still gets to choose.
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