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    Probate Court Procedure: Re: Changing the Executor After Death

    There may not need to be a probate, depending on the facts and assets.

    http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/fulltext.asp?DocName=075500050K25-1
  2. Slander: Re: Can You Be Sued for What You Write in a Letter

    Just can't ignore me, can you? The best part was how you tried in some other threads to reply without really replying. Yet, the structure of the response followed my own. Good times indeed.

    It is...
  3. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    The sealed letter to me and my wife opens it, I agree. If you gave an opened envelope to my wife for me, no.

    Wenman v. Ash, 1853 13 C.B. 836
    Tgeaker v. Richardson, 1962 1 All Eng. 229
    Schenck...
  4. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    Perhaps you should do some of that Law Research and find a cite. As I already have. If you are in a law office, pick up a Hornbook and see the black letter law on the matter. Since the law has been...
  5. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    I both read and understand it. Do you?

    Is it your claim a corporation cannot win a suit for defamation? Perhaps you should lay out your theory. Before you state something based on a snippet, you...
  6. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    Again with the insults? Sigh.

    Before we go through silly games, do you know what Prosser on Torts is? (Actually, Prosser and Keeton on Torts".) It is called a Hornbook. It is often referenced in...
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    Premises Liability: Re: Attacked and Permanently Damaged at Hospital, Need Help Finding a Lawyer

    Everyone's facts will be different. Different harms, different reasons, different defenses by the multiple defendants. There is no class action here even assuming (BIG assumption.) the underlying...
  8. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    To XYZ corporation. But, that does not change the fact he expected someone to read it. That is publication to a third party.
  9. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    The CEO is not the corporation.
  10. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    One of the elements of defamation is publication. An agent of a person is not the person. From an old Prosser on Torts:

    Calling a person unethical and corrupt, while an opinion, assumes actual...
  11. Slander: Re: Over a Letter

    The legal issue is publication. It is clear the "corporation" is not a person. The person who reads is a person and I think publication would be made.

    Pretend the OP had some lie that would cause...
  12. Traffic Accidents: Re: Determining Liability Percentages

    It is a negotiation, not a math problem. If it ever goes to court, the fact finder will assess fault. Few jurors or judges will pull out a calculator.
  13. Slander: Re: Can You Be Sued for What You Write in a Letter

    The person who reads the letter is not the "corporation", so that could be considered publication. But, since there are unlikely to be damages for such a statement, I think it unlikely you would be...
  14. Life Estates: Re: Remaindermens Rights

    Estates subject to "divestment" tend to be future interests and not present interests. But, even if we were to apply it to a present interest (The life estate.), the divestiture would have the...
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    Federal Taxes: Re: Amending Old Tax Return

    They would file a 1040X and whatever forms needed to go with it. Include a detailed statement explaining why the claim is within the statute and why the changes were made. If going to court is ever...
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    Federal Taxes: Re: Amending Old Tax Return

    Technically, friend is not making an amended return but an administrative claim for refund. See IRC 6511(a). [Two years after payment.]

    The date of payment is considered the date the IRS credits...
  17. Creating a Power of Attorney: Re: How to Update an Expired Durable Power of Attorney

    The OP should not do this.

    In the first place, 1999 was quite a while ago. It would be appropriate for an attorney to review or for the targeted person to use the statutory forms.

    Second,...
  18. Payment: Re: Fl: What Document Do I Use to Request for Itemized Details of a Lien

    I did not mean to imply it was obvious, it is just that I don't know the facts and cannot practice law in Texas. I merely provide information. To me, no statute requires the specific information you...
  19. Payment: Re: Fl: What Document Do I Use to Request for Itemized Details of a Lien

    That's the statute(s) and what is required to be sent. You may have other rights depending on your contract.
  20. Payment: Re: Fl: What Document Do I Use to Request for Itemized Details of a Lien

    http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0700-0799/0713/0713.html
  21. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Wording of Property Description in Quit Claim

    Even lawyers see lawyers to write up deeds unless that is the particular area they practice in. Since an error on a deed can have long-lasting consequences that can be difficult or impossible to fix,...
  22. Chapter 11: Re: Can You Discharge a Bonus Payment in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    "Can" it be discharged? Yes. Certainly some of it. However, some will have some priority that would have to be paid before you were able to leave bankruptcy.

    It might be more interesting to look...
  23. Disability Benefits: Re: Choosing an Attorney While Avoiding Disability Mills

    The best way for disability is to find one with some expertise with the particular disability. All issues are different. An attorney with special knowledge of the science behind a particular...
  24. Premises Liability: Re: Can You Sue a Nightclub After Falling Down the Stairs

    I do not believe there is a BOCA requirement for two handrails, I only state I could not find if the requirement is greater than the residential code. Even if there was a requirement, I agree a...
  25. Premises Liability: Re: Can You Sue a Nightclub After Falling Down the Stairs

    I think the claim the OP is trying to reach is the place was negligent either because it served an obviously intoxicated person or because there should not be stairs in a place serving alcohol or...
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