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  1. Legal Research: Re: Best Online Tool/System for Researching Case Law

    Yes it is, and while it doesn't automatically flag cases that have been overruled at higher levels, it gives you the keys to do that with the "How cited" feature.
  2. Legal Research: Re: Best Online Tool/System for Researching Case Law

    Yeah, I noticed that, but this one, unlike most, is rather timeless in its subject matter.
  3. Legal Research: Re: Best Online Tool/System for Researching Case Law

    I also had a "fastcase" (another Thompson service) subscription for a while. Gave you pretty good access to most state and federal stuff. Ran about $90/mo
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    Re: Easement Violation by HOA

    Understand that suing the HOA will be suing yourself and you'll be paying legal fees on both sides. Best would be to see if you can (with the assistance of an attorney) achieve some reasonable...
  5. Thread: Divorce

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    Re: Divorce

    Six months is the standard, but it could happen faster. If you had been in agreement, it could have been done in 30 days.
  6. Federal Taxes: Re: 401k from My Mother After She Passed (Inherited 401k )

    Your post is confusing. You can't "roll into an 401k in your name." Your options were to leave the money in the 401k plan it was in (I suspect that has happened, they just noted you as the owner,...
  7. Thread: Divorce

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    Re: Divorce

    I assume that the two proposed final orders weren't the same (i.e., the two of you agreed on it). It could take six months for the decision. Your lawyer would be the best person to ask.
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    Re: Signing a Ticket

    Sorry pg. NY traffic infractions are rarely crimes.
    I'm curious to the original question. The NY State Uniform Traffic Ticket has no place for the accused to sign on receipt (whether it is a...
  9. Personal Investment: Re: Ca. Franchise Tax Board Says I Owe $18,000 from Trading $5k of NYSE Stock

    I got hit real hard one year. When my broker switched firms, the old one reported my entire portfolio as a sale. This was a massive error on their part. Nothing was sold, just transferred to a...
  10. Re: Reducing a Excessive Speeding Ticket in a Construction Zone

    I'm not familiar with this particular court, but a lot of Illinois courts aren't cake walks. I would recommend you talk to an attorney with a charge of that magnitude.
    Intent isn't required for...
  11. Personal Investment: Re: Ca. Franchise Tax Board Says I Owe $18,000 from Trading $5k of NYSE Stock

    Contact your brokerage for the historical records. If you dealt exclusively with them, they should have the information for you to determine what the gains are. I've never seen a brokerage take...
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    Re: Can I Sue a Large Corporate Restaurant

    Your employer is free to change your duties even without a change in pay if it is a job that others get paid more for.
    Unless you're in management (or otherwise exempt), you can't be made to work...
  13. Appeals: Re: Small Question Regarding New York Suprme Court's First Department

    Tell your "cleint" he already had his question answered here and he has no case.

    https://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=245144&highlight=new+york+supreme
  14. Maintenance and Repair: Re: Who Has the Easement and How to Enforce Maintaining It

    Yes, usually the dominant tenant is responsible for maintaining the easement to satisfy his use. Of course, since it's non-exclusive, the other users (namely you) should help.
    Again, you need to...
  15. Maintenance and Repair: Re: Who Has the Easement and How to Enforce Maintaining It

    Easements are use agreements. They don't really have "owners."
    Understand that there's no single "title" to real estate. It's a historical chain of deeds that grant ownership or use from one...
  16. Regulations and Procedures: Re: How Long Does It Take Nics to Update Information

    Yep, it's up to the FFA or whoever is selling/transferring the gun to you to make sure you are a resident of the state he is in (if it's a handgun), and that your IDs match up. After that, they do...
  17. Criminal Investigations: Re: How Can I Get Justice for My Son He Was Murdered and No Charges Where Filed

    And even once they decide to charge him, the pace of things may seem overly slow to you.

    You may be able to get some information and assistance from the county prosecutor's victims assistance...
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    Service Providers: Re: I Stopped Payment

    You have an attorney. You should be listening to him. Stopping payment on checks to deprive the person they are made to from cashing them is often illegal. It certainly is a bad idea when...
  19. Criminal Investigations: Re: Search on Unlocked Car Without Notification

    You don't leave "affidavits" with the search in any circumstance. They are presented to the court to get the warrant. There's no need to leave any notice behind if they take things pursuant to a...
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    Guardianship: Re: Change Name Back

    Yes, once he's 18, he's free to go to court and take any name he wants. Prior to 18, the legal guardian has to petition for the change.
  21. Re: Certified Letter Not Received (Proof) - Storage Unit Sold

    There's no obligation on the lessor to get a return receipt. All he needs to do is show he mailed it.
    The USPS has no responsibility to the recipient here.
    Certified mail is proof that it was...
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    Emancipation: Re: Would Emancipation Be Worth It

    A minor can initiate contracts in California, but only a fool would take one as they are voidable.
    I'm not sure minors can delegate POAs, but delegation of POAs by the parents with regard to child...
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    Emancipation: Re: Would Emancipation Be Worth It

    I suspect the parents have given a their power of attorney to allow a person to act for them on matters involving a child. A child can't grant a POA any more than they could engage in the contracts...
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    Re: I Got a Ticket Violation 23123.5

    No points, $157.
    It won't go on your record/insurance.
  25. Traffic Lane Violations: Re: Lane Sharing Between Hov and Adjacent Lane

    46.2-857.
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