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  1. Re: Can a Basement Apt. (Condo) Be Charged the Same Assoc. Fees As Other Units

    if the fee is contrary to the bylaws then the board would have to amend the bylaws through proper procedures to change them, unless there is some weird rule that allows them to arbitrarily change...
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    Child Neglect: Re: Can Neglect Charges Be Remove

    Trying to give you a link seemed impossible so here is a lengthy explanation or what I believe youíre looking for:
  3. Re: Can a Basement Apt. (Condo) Be Charged the Same Assoc. Fees As Other Units

    The fees can be calculated using a variety of methods; square footage, millage (percentage of value), flat fee or anything else the coa board and members agree to. Once any method is put in place it...
  4. Re: Can a Basement Apt. (Condo) Be Charged the Same Assoc. Fees As Other Units

    A common area? How does a privately owned condo unit ever get viewed as a common area or common element??

    If it was under private ownership, it was never a common area nor common element or...
  5. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    is this what you were referring to in my link?

    ill have to look it up but what I’ve read says that if a river is not navigable but for some seasonal changes it isn’t navigable. It appeared to be...
  6. Re: Can a Basement Apt. (Condo) Be Charged the Same Assoc. Fees As Other Units

    A question to you;

    why would you believe the association fees should be any less for a basement condo if the fees are based on square footage, as long as her per square foot assessment compares...
  7. Public Records: Re: Wording to Find Percentage Success of State Contractor

    As you have alluded to, you can request specific information if they have records of that information and you can ask for specific documents. I can’t imagine any business that would keep records of...
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    Re: Home Birth Certificate

    I’ve always wondered; what if a parent cannot adequately support the birth and the state refuses to issue a birth certificate? Does the child live as a legal ghost?


    just blue; home school?
  9. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    But was it ever? The lake being there does not mean the river was deemed navigable.
  10. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    There are many areas that are not floatable. Did you check where it emptied into the Delaware river?

    a snapshot of a few deeper pools does not allow the river to be ruled navigable.

    But this...
  11. Student Discipline: Re: Filing a Grievance or Lawsuit Against a School District

    Jeffg,

    before you consider “discrimination”, understand that we all discriminate every day. Choosing the white shirt over the blue shirt is discriminating. The discrimination that allows one to...
  12. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    And of course I shouldn’t be surprised budwad trolling me here
  13. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    If you read my post you will realize I actually looked at picture of the “river”. Way too many places it is little more than a trickling stream to consider it actually navigable. Of course I’m not...
  14. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    your contention is incorrect if the waterway has not had the capacity for trade or travel. After looking at a few pictures of TMR, I canít see how it could be deemed capable of having the capacity...
  15. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    I don’t recall calling him egotistical. I do recall calling him arrogant though.


    But to add to my argument;

    especially now that legalwriter says the two year limit does apply to situations...
  16. Student Discipline: Re: Filing a Grievance or Lawsuit Against a School District

    well, ya better not let the kid join the military or work for about 50% of the bosses in this world. Either situation will result in your son being verbally abused (at least by your definition). ...
  17. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    You have misquoted the law. It says this:




    not this/


    it isn’t the same thing
    you also ignoring the fact the sentence within b ends with this:
  18. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    . Maybe he shouldn’t have been snarky in inferring I’m ignorant when he posted his claimed experience.

    So how about your opinion TM?

    where does it say one must wait until the germane sol...
  19. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    I’m basing the lack of right to traverse the waters of tmr on your and Budwads belief it is not a legally navigable waterway. If true, in areas where the waterway is bound on both sides of the...
  20. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    based on the very same case you cited, it would appear you have nothing to teach me. You disagreeing with the very same case you cited is, well, it’s kind of dumb

    and given the charge can be...
  21. Student Discipline: Re: Filing a Grievance or Lawsuit Against a School District

    if your son was actually injured and the coach pushed him such that the injury was exacerbated, you might have an action for negligence. If there was no real injury and there was not worsening of it...
  22. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    Can you Read? I provided a pertinent quote from the same opinion. Yours merely states section l applies to section c. It does not say it applies exclusively to section c and my quote specifically...
  23. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

    Gotcha
  24. Water Rights: Re: Does the Owner of a Lakebed Own the River That Feeds It

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    Ya lost me. There is only one Tenmile river that was the source waters for Luxton lake.

    But what is is your point?
  25. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    where do you find (l) addresses c specifically and is limited to c?

    Fly-fish


    this case supports my statement that you are limited to 2 years to petition for relief. It also states that...
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