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    Re: What Do I Do About This Debt?!?!

    Almost certainly not. The vendor would have to prove that you intended not to pay him when you entered into the contract, something that's going to be very hard to prove unless you said or did...
  2. Mediation and Arbitration: Re: Arbitration Award Being Ignored and Courts Still Tryiong to Evict

    If it was that easy your friend wouldn't be facing the problems that he has. However much he thinks he knows the FAA and UAA, he may not know it all. Moreover, knowledge of those two acts doesn't...
  3. Mediation and Arbitration: Re: Arbitration Award Being Ignored and Courts Still Tryiong to Evict

    He can get a lawyer to review the matter and represent him. Without at least reading the arbitration decision and the eviction complaint there is no way I can tell if the arbitration decision settled...
  4. Re: Stopping for School Buses in Private Parking Lots

    You did. You stated:



    And that is wrong for the reasons I've already articulated. So no, I'm not changing your interpretation. I'm taking the interpretation you've stated and explaining why a...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Poor Dental Work in Mexico

    The Texas address may allow you to sue the doctor in Texas. But it still may be Mexican law that would apply, not Texas law. More details on the contract you had would be needed to sort that out....
  6. Adoption of Children: Re: Adoption of Child by Unmarried Person

    The answer is that the mother's boyfriend has absolutely no shot at adopting the child over the objections of the legal father (and since bio dad has been ordered to pay support he must have been...
  7. Evidence: Re: Cpc India.adoption of Same Chief Examination Affidavit by All Defendants

    I'm sorry, but this site only handles questions about law in the United States. You'll need to find a site that handles Indian legal questions to assist you.
  8. Re: Denied Unemployment Failed Hair Follicle Test

    Ok, in Kansas a private employer is free to terminate you for most any reason other than because of illegal discrimination and few other limited things. The employer certainly may terminate you for...
  9. Starting a Business: Re: How to Create a Profit-Sharing Agreement for Potential Employee and for an Invest

    Of course. The contractor offered a job as an employee never has to take it.
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    Re: Driving While License Suspended in Fla.

    The subject line of the post indicates "Fla" so I assume this occurred in Florida.
  11. Collection Lawsuits: Re: Can Collection Agencies Charge Excessive Fees

    I need to correct my earlier statement. In California, it appears that the statute governing HOAs gives the HOA the right to collect fees and assessments including collection costs, in California...
  12. Starting a Business: Re: How to Create a Profit-Sharing Agreement for Potential Employee and for an Invest

    Not quite correct. One may always treat an independent contractor as an employee. But it does not work the other way around. If a person meets the criteria of being an employee under the law you...
  13. Re: Stopping for School Buses in Private Parking Lots

    No, you have that wrong for the reasons I stated before. Under your interpretation of "used by" any place the bus stops is a property used by the school. And that makes all the other references to...
  14. Collection Lawsuits: Re: Can Collection Agencies Charge Excessive Fees

    The collection agency cannot collect any fees from you that are not provided for in the contract that you have with the HOA. So the first step here is to read your HOA documents and see if the fee is...
  15. Federal Taxes: Re: Bank Account Under Daughter’s Name

    It is not illegal for them to direct deposit the money into your account and then for you to give them the money back to pay bills. It becomes illegal, however, if you and they take steps to conceal...
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    Loan Agreements: Re: Problems with Fiserv

    If that's the case, then IMO (which I know you don't care about) this is another fine example of California overreach. One of the reasons I chose never to move to that state when I had several offers...
  17. Professional Conduct: Re: Assisting Client Get Other Party's Contact Information

    That's why I started the post you quoted as I did: it matters exactly what the restraining order provides and what the attorney knew of it. I don't have the order here to read nor do I know what the...
  18. Re: Stopping for School Buses in Private Parking Lots

    If it simple then you are missing something very simple because you have it wrong. Under your interpretation, any place the bus stops becomes property used by the school. That is not, however, what...
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    Service of Process: Re: Valid Process Server or a Scam

    Maybe. But if it is, the collector may be violating the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). A collector cannot claim that a suit has been filed when it hasn't.



    That depends on...
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    Service of Process: Re: Valid Process Server or a Scam

    Some process servers will try to reach you by phone to arrange service because if they are successful it makes their job a lot easier. While a complaint must be filed in court before the summons and...
  21. Re: Wiesenfeld V. Wiesenfeld Case in Florida

    There are at least 4 Florida appeals cases with that caption and you've not provided any citation to the particular opinion/decision you have in mind. However, the case I think you mean is Wiesenfeld...
  22. Professional Conduct: Re: Assisting Client Get Other Party's Contact Information

    If the ex's attorney knew of the restraining order and if the restraining order prohibited your ex from contacting you by phone then the attorney should not have provided his client with the number....
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    Consumer Law Issues: Re: Evidence and Affidavit Conflict

    No one here can craft the specific questions for you to use in cross examination in your case. That would amount to the unauthorized practice of law unless the person is an attorney licensed in your...
  24. Thread: Why Me

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    Re: Why Me

    Let me clear up one apparently common misconception: a common law marriage is just as valid as a marriage with a marriage license and ceremony. While it is not possible to form a common law marriage...
  25. Defamation: Re: Is Truth Ever Not a Defense to Free Speech

    That would depend on the applicable state law, and of course the state's ability to prove that Jake's reason was to incite Sam to beat up Tom. But in general the Supreme Court has held that free...
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