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    Consumer Law Issues: Re: Estee Lauder and Lancome Fraud Products

    When you say "the quantities of products are less than the numbers on the label" do you mean that the box says there's X ounces of liquid in the bottle, but the bottle really only contains Y ounces? ...
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    Ending a Contract: Re: Live in Caregiver Fired, but Won't Leave

    Was there a written contract between your sister and the caregiver (or between your sister and an agency that supplied the individual caregiver)?
    If there was, what does the contract say about these...
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    Non-Performance and Breach: Re: What Legal Recourse Do I Have

    If you have signed a contract for the purchase of goods or services and the other party has not delivered what was contractually promised to be delivered, you can file a lawsuit against the other...
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    Hiring: Re: Further Assurances

    A third-party beneficiary clause will not prevent you from engaging an attorney to represent you if in the future you have a claim against the other party to the contract.

    A third party...
  5. Service Providers: Re: Non Refundable Cosmetic Surgery Deposit - Can I Claim Back

    This message board addresses questions of US law only.
    If your matter arises in Spain or the UK, you should consult an attorney in one of those countries for guidance.
  6. Contract Law: Re: Parties to the Contract and the Power of Authorized Partners

    One would have to read the whole contract to be certain.
    However, the brief excerpt from the contract that you quoted, and the other information about the contract that you have provided, seem to...
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    Fences and Walls: Re: Growing Plants Close to Neighbors Fence

    To more specifically answer your questions:

    1) if (as you wrote) there is no local regulation or HOA requirement prohibiting planting a garden near a neighbor's fence, then, yes, you are allowed...
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    Divorce: Re: Can Cited Issues Also Go Civil Court

    An individual person cannot charge you with a crime -- all an individual can do is contact the police and report what the individual believes to be criminal activity. In response, the police will...
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: The Illegalization of Drugs

    Apparently a number of groups -- mainly conservative/right-leaning groups, but there are definitely some on the liberal/left side of the scale that also are active -- have been agitating for a...
  10. Re: How Likely is a Judge to Acknowledge Supreme Court Rulings

    The O'Connor case dealt with an individual who had been civilly committed -- that is, committed to a mental institution not as the result of a finding of 'not guilty by reason of insanity.' The case...
  11. Defamation: Re: Previous Employer Sent Nda Two Months After Quitting

    If and when they file a suit, you'll respond -- file an answer or an appropriate motion, and otherwise generally proceed with the case.
    Hiring a lawyer at that time to represent you in your defense...
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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: Rcw 46.61.140 - Illegal Lane Changing

    Is there any physical evidence that might help your case -- for example, anything about the nature of the damage to your car (or the damage to the other guy's car) that tends to support your version...
  13. Defamation: Re: Previous Employer Sent Nda Two Months After Quitting

    After the end of employment, the former employer cannot make you sign an NDA. The former employer can ask you to sign one, and the former employer can provide incentives to you to encourage you to...
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    Business Ownership: Re: Change of Voting Rights in an LLC

    Regarding voting rights and changes to voting rights: there are 2 things that you'll need to read carefully.
    1) the terms of the existing operating agreement, including the section(s) on voting and...
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    Disputing Debts: Re: Notified of Lien. How to Dispute?

    You wrote:

    We agreed to purchase a camera he wanted for about $700. I kept the credit card, so there would be no more charges on it and he would pay it off. Months later we broke up, and he...
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    Re: How Likely Will They Wait

    I don't think it is possible to assign any meaningful numeric values here.
    Way too many variables.
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    Re: What Does This Mean

    My best guess is that the "R.S." is an abbreviation for 'Revised Statutes' as in the Louisiana Revised Statutes, which is the body of laws enacted by the Louisiana state legislature.

    R.S.14:98.2 ...
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    Business Regulation: Re: Statute of Limitations

    If you are asking whether the 3-year statute of limitations would prevent you from making a claim against your former employer based on violations of California's mandatory break laws when those...
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    Re: Software Name

    Potentially yes.
    If you select a name for your software that is the same as or sufficiently similar to another registered mark (particularly if the other mark was registered for software) then that...
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    Construction Contracts: Re: Border Fence Fix Agreement

    In general, a contract does not need to be notarized to be binding on the parties.
    Notarization only accomplishes one thing -- it substantiates that the person who signs really is who he/she claims...
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    Business Disputes: Re: Facebook Ownership

    In your post, you say your question involves business law in the state of "UK"

    If by that you mean you are located in the United Kingdom, then the posts on this site may not be helpful for you....
  22. Medical Malpractice: Re: Pausing of the Statute of Limitation for Medical Malpractice

    It's possible that the OP is referring to the Judicial Emergency Order that the Georgia courts issued in response to COVID19.
    The most recent order -- dated June 12, 2020 -- can be found at the...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Michigan Ticket, Illinois Driver

    Benefit to a lawyer: maybe. The lawyer can give you guidance on your chances of getting the fines/points/etc. reduced or eliminated. Even if you really were going 10 miles over, if your record is...
  24. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Wife Served Summons for Willful Concealment in New Hampshire

    Whether a particular video can be used to prove a case would, I think, depend on what the video shows.
    It certainly seems possible and plausible that a video could have enough information in it to...
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    Re: Notary-Signed Repayment Promise

    It depends on what you want to achieve.
    If the small claims court limit in your area is $3500, then that's all you'd be able to collect by pursuing your claim that way. Small claims court is...
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