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  1. Online Services: Re: Arrested by Police for Buying a $180 Moped on Facebook Marketplace

    But your bill of sale wasn't valid. It was phonied up.

    The rule is sacrosanct. No title, no buy. Period.



    And that's how they get you.

    There are many scammers out there who would throw...
  2. Re: Letter from New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development -Employer Ac

    Could be either or both.



    Comply with the request. There are likely unpleasant consequences if you don't.

    Or, consult an attorney and see if you have the right to remain silent in this type...
  3. Collection and Enforcement: Re: Collecting Judgement After Winning Small Claims Against a Company (Ca)

    Probably a waste of time.

    I suggest going to the business owner with a copy of the judgment and asking for payment. You'll find out real fast whether you are going to get paid or not.

    If not,...
  4. Online Services: Re: Arrested by Police for Buying a $180 Moped on Facebook Marketplace

    No, you tricked yourself. The first rule of buying ANY motor vehicle is "no title, no buy."



    Yes, we've heard of this thousands of times - foolish people buying vehicles without titles and not...
  5. Articles and Bylaws: Re: Interpreting the Ct Common Interest Ownership Act

    Why?

    What is happening to you that gives rise to a very broad question?

    Explain your situation and maybe you'll get some helpful comments.
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Person Making Bodily Injury Claim

    You're right about that. It's the way insurance companies defend against outrageous claims. :friendly_wink:
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Person Making Bodily Injury Claim

    That's the once and last time you EVER talk to that lawyer. Refer any future contacts to the insurance company liability claim reps and don't discuss anything about the accident except with your and...
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    Personal Investment: Re: Wrong Amount Reported on a 1099

    You have the serial numbers and the money was deposited into your account. That's a good start. Now look up your account on the bank's website and see if it says what kind of deposit it was.
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    Personal Investment: Re: Wrong Amount Reported on a 1099

    Do you have any documentation? Did you ever make copies of the bonds? Any receipts from the bank for when you cashed them? Did you own more than 2 bonds?

    You might find some help on the Treasury...
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    Re: Negligent Second Degree

    Yes.



    A phone call to a traffic attorney will answer that question quickly.



    You mean the first time he got caught.
  11. Retailers: Re: Novel Legal Cause of Actions for Consumer Rebate Fraud or Malfeasance Extreme Del

    Nope. It's a simple breach of contract. All you get to sue for is your $150.

    I learned a long time ago not to buy anything with a mail-in rebate. I can usually find the same or similar item...
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    Re: Immigration and Natural Disasters

    Brazil is an incredibly large country. I'm sure that there are safe places in Brazil where your family can stay and not jeopardize their immigration status.
  13. Re: Considering 10% Partnership for Small Business

    I can't tell you how many hundreds of expensive tales of woe included that statement.

    Make sure you have a lawyer review everything before you agree to anything.

    You may be good as a general...
  14. Re: New Jersey Traffic Law Interpretation- Passing on the Right

    I suggest flashing your lights as the "other warning device."

    Horn honking ticks people off.
  15. Re: New Jersey Traffic Law Interpretation- Passing on the Right

    Yes. I think you are not old enough to know what a "street car" is.

    39:4-39 might give you a hint:



    https://law.justia.com/codes/new-jersey/2018/title-39/chapter-4/section-39-4-39/

    I...
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    Co-Ownership: Re: Tenants in Common

    No.

    You would have to sue for the money in small claims court.
  17. Social Security Issues: Re: Grounds for Appeal of SSI While I Worked Part Time

    No, not entirely.

    Read this:

    https://www.disabilitysecrets.com/resources/disability/will-i-lose-my-ssi-benefits-if-im-working-over

    But you will have to deal with the deductions.
  18. Water Runoff: Re: Is Neighbor Responsible for Water in Basement from Pushing Snow into My House

    And have you told him to stop doing it?
  19. Home Insurance: Re: When My Condo Coverage is Not Enough to Cover the Predicted Displacement, Etc

    You're welcome.

    Please feel free to come back to this thread if you have any questions about the progress.
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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: A Class Action

    That you believe that you win by default when nobody opposes you is a delusion that requires psychiatric help.
  21. Re: Equal Protection of the Law for Unemployment Compensation

    Posting Hx, folks.
  22. Home Insurance: Re: When My Condo Coverage is Not Enough to Cover the Predicted Displacement, Etc

    Nobody is ever "made whole" so quit thinking about it and get busy mitigating your losses ASAP. The longer you wait the worse it gets, the more money it costs you and the less money you get back.
    ...
  23. Re: To Prove Ownership of My Firearm That Was Taken After a Accident for "Safekeeping

    I scan all mine to my computer and back up drives. Easy to recover if something happens to the paperwork.
  24. Re: To Prove Ownership of My Firearm That Was Taken After a Accident for "Safekeeping

    No. I don't see the authorities doing anything wrong by requiring proof of ownership. What would you do if it had been stolen and your insurance company required proof of ownership?



    Talk to a...
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    Re: Felon Landlord

    Nothing in the landlord tenant statute allows you to break the lease without penalty.

    https://law.justia.com/codes/missouri/2018/title-xxix/chapter-441/
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