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  1. Harassment: Re: Can I Sign a Document with V.c. (Vi Coactus) After My Name, Instead of Before

    Luca Brasi held a gun to his head, and my father assured him that either his brains or his signature would be on the contract.
  2. Liens and Encumbrances: Re: How is a Reverse Mortgage Payoff Attributed to Estates of Deceased

    As far as the loan goes they are the same whether you take a lump sum, monthly payments, or write a check on a line of credit. The interest accrues from the date the amount is withdrawn. When the...
  3. Background Checks: Re: Better Understanding of "Seven Year Rule"

    Yes, CA, WA, MT, NM, KS, NY, MD, MA, and NH are all states that have a 7 year limit on consumer reporting agencies reporting convictions.
    All the other states (and DC) have no law and follow the...
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    Getting Fired: Re: Employee File

    But without a valid cause of action, the action would be tossed before any subpoenas would be issued. Been dealing with a poster on the other boards whose trying to appeal the fact the judge...
  5. Thread: 21657 21750

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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: 21657 21750

    If you are talking about a maneuver as depicted by my pair of red arrows below, passing cars on the straight thru lanes, you're guilty of both charges.

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  6. Background Checks: Re: Better Understanding of "Seven Year Rule"

    You should keep it all in one thread. The federal FCRA covers a variety of background checks not just your credit history. You're wrong about seven years though. There's no limit to when a...
  7. Service Providers: Re: AT&T Deactivating Service and Forcing Acquisition of New Service

    A lot of the purchase contracts for phones require you to maintain service while they are in effect.

    Anyhow, the easiest way to get someone sane at a phone carrier is to go to fcc.gov and file a...
  8. Thread: 21657 21750

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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: 21657 21750

    21657 covers not just one way streets but also "part of a roadway" for travel in one direction. 21750 is a general unsafe passing statute. It includes the following sections up to and including...
  9. Minor in Possession: Re: Possession of Alcoholic Beverages by a Minor

    It's not necessary for you to drink it. The fact they witnessed you holding it is all they need to convict you.
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    Re: Oral Contract

    Please keep it all in the same thread if it has something to do with your firing.
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    Getting Fired: Re: Ending Contract

    If an 20 year old can do the job better/faster, that's not age discrimination. The employer never has to accept substandard performance even from a member of a protected class.
  12. Re: Repo - Late on Pmnts, No Insurance, Car Borrowed, then Repoed. Who Liable

    Who knows, we can't see it. But that doesn't change your obligation to the lender that YOU make the payments and that YOU maintain insurance.
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    Naturalization: Re: Change My Son's Name

    Yes, when you complete the N-400 for you son you can designate a new name on it and it becomes effective upon him taking the oath.
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    Re: Burgulary with Assault/Battery

    "They said" and "You were told" are nearly the most useless things in the law.

    She probably did appear. "Bond court" is held a couple of times a day often on video link to whatever judge has the...
  15. Discrimination: Re: Company Rep Publily States Preference for Hiring Certain Race/ Gender

    I disagree. It's illegal to state a preference if they're actually hiring whether they act on it or not. The statement is an ILLEGAL attempt to persuade a protected class not to hire.

    Now if...
  16. Re: Repo - Late on Pmnts, No Insurance, Car Borrowed, then Repoed. Who Liable

    Eh? Your father in law wasn't the one who didn't make the car payments. The fact that it was repo'd while in his possession isn't his fault. As Bud says, they'll come after you for any...
  17. Defamation: Re: Cosmetology Student Signed Waiver; Posted Slander Anyway (6 Months Now)

    Understand that waivers often don't mean anything even when they are well written. Yours appears not to be. Someone telling the truth or expressing an opinion is neither slander nor defamation...
  18. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    First off, lets clear some irrelevant misconceptions. Some pedestrian on the street has no obligation to run errands for you. Disabled plates do not mean you can abandon your vehicle in a traffic...
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    Re: Rights to Protect Property

    Your basic premise is wrong. The police are allowed to arrest such people. No, you have no vigilante rights to go shooting people who are committing crimes to others.
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    Probation and Parole: Re: Probation Warrant

    No, they are a spammer. There's been a raft of these where the person posts a copy of someone else's posts (they are manipulating the post counts so they can avoid the moderation checks). This...
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    Legal Permanent Residency: Re: Marriage After Visa Expired

    If you wife is here on an overstayed visa alone, you can't start the naturalization process now. She's not elgible.

    Presuming you are a US citizen, and she entered legally to begin with, then...
  22. Liens and Encumbrances: Re: How is a Reverse Mortgage Payoff Attributed to Estates of Deceased

    There's still holes in what you are saying. However, it's looking less and less like she's doing anything improper. You'll need to show the original deed and other information to an attorney and...
  23. Liens and Encumbrances: Re: How is a Reverse Mortgage Payoff Attributed to Estates of Deceased

    You seem to have some contradictory things. I would suspect you talk to an attorney. First, I do not possible for there to be a reverse mortgage on a property with a life estate in Texas (it is...
  24. Legal Permanent Residency: Re: Is Asylum Interview Pending Seemed As a Legal Immigration Status

    You can file. Expect 13 months for action (that's as fast as they get even for the highest preference)
  25. Speeding Tickets: Re: A Technicality, Does the Vehicle Description Need to Be Exact Not Guilty by Mail

    Nope, you don't respond to the citation, it's just going to administratively be considered guilty.
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