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  1. Thread: Ten Com

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    Personal Investment: Re: Ten Com

    Unfortunately, no. If, as described by the OP, the actual share certificates are titled in joint name than each share is jointly held and both would need to sign off on the sale of the shares. If it...
  2. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    When a law is adopted (enacted) it becomes law and is enforceable. Codification is simply the act of incorporating that law into an organized system that makes finding the laws easier. For example,...
  3. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    The provision I cited was added to the city code 6/18/19, and the MuniCode sited does reflect that. Since the measure adding that provision to the Code did not have a delayed effective day, that...
  4. Trust Administration: Re: Co-Trustee Claims Last Minute Trustee Fees Upon Final Distribution

    Then what is the basis for the claimed $100,000 fee? The real issue here is whether the fee is truly earned by the trustee. A $100k fee for a trustee would only be justified if either (1) the trustee...
  5. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Stopped from Issuing 'Permit Parking Only' Ordinance

    I don't know about "many". :D Certainly there are some truly egregious money grabs by some cities and states, but most use fairly reasonable rules for things like parking, zoning, and the like. It...
  6. Dismissal: Re: Is a Sign Prohibiting Somthing Without the Backing of an Ordinance or Law Enforsa

    If it is true that no ordinance prohibited what you did then the limitation on the sign is not enforceable. However, I note that the Surprise city ordinance 38-32(6) arguably provides the authority...
  7. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    They are surely detained if they are not free to leave. But when after the detention takes place does the arrest occur? Arrest and detention are not the same thing.
  8. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Stopped from Issuing 'Permit Parking Only' Ordinance

    The public cannot prevent the city from enacting the ordinance. A person may fight the ordinance in court after enactment either arguing procedural missteps in enacting it, or violations of state or...
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    Federal Taxes: Re: Fbar, Fatca Filing and Spouse

    It's not the IRS that causes the harshness of the FBAR penalty, it is how Congress wrote the law for the FBAR penalty. They are not the same thing; indeed, a person may have the requirement to do...
  10. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Stopped from Issuing 'Permit Parking Only' Ordinance

    As the others indicated, you need to lobby the city government not to enact the ordinance. To the extent you are asking if you have any legal action you can bring against the city to prevent...
  11. Thread: Ten Com

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    Personal Investment: Re: Ten Com

    It likely means that the two of you own the stock jointly as tenants in common (TIC). If the two of you jointly own the stock then both of you must agree to transfer your interests in the stock to...
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    Federal Taxes: Re: Fbar, Fatca Filing and Spouse

    The FBAR penalty applies only against the person who holds the foreign account and failed to report it. The FBAR requirement and penalty are not actually part of the tax code (which is Title 26 of...
  13. Civil Procedure Issues: Re: Small Business Filing Countersuit in Small Claims Court

    If by this you mean you want to counter sue for the legal fees incurred in this lawsuit, as well as the lost income (you are a sole proprietor, so you don't have wages), and travel expenses related...
  14. Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Sister Died Without a Will. My Brother is Designated As Beneficiary of Her Pensio

    The estate is responsible for paying the bills of the decedent. But financial assets like bank accounts, insurance, etc that pass to beneficiaries designated with the financial institution are the...
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    Re: Incorrect Labeling at Macy’s

    From your own description it sounds like you knew the unmarked item had a higher selling price but went out and found a lower price tag to slap on it for the express purpose of buying that item for...
  16. Harassment: Re: Can I Sign a Document with V.c. (Vi Coactus) After My Name, Instead of Before

    I'll repeat here what I told you in another forum to aid others who may come across this thread.

    I'm sorry to tell you that the Latin phrase vi coactus is not one found in American law. It appears...
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    Medical Records: Re: a HIPAA Violation

    Yes it is legal for the doctor to record the conversation. HIPAA does not regulate recording information; it simply regulates disclosure of protected health information (PHI). Ohio law does not...
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    Legal Research: Re: Until Further Order of the Court

    Then until the court issues an order terminating or modifying the stay it remains in effect as specified in the order. The phrase does not mean until just any order. It means until the court issues a...
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    Legal Research: Re: Until Further Order of the Court

    You have to read the entire order and the exact phrasing used to determine how long any particular provision in order will be in effect. The phrase "until further order of the court" is used most...
  20. Unowned Property: Re: Statute of Limitations for Small Claims Court

    This type of claim is an action for contribution. In that type of action, it is the two year statute of limitations in California Code of Civil Procedure section 339 that appears to apply. In a...
  21. Background Checks: Re: Better Understanding of "Seven Year Rule"

    The problem here is that you have over generalized things. As to state laws, they differ in the details. Some apply restrictions that go beyond just what a "consumer reporting agency" (to use the...
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    Survivors Benefits: Re: Back Pay when SSA is at Fault

    You said: "Her point is that because it was his child (too) she should be entitled to benefits even if they weren’t married."

    Two points about this. First, she never expressly said that she...
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    Survivors Benefits: Re: Back Pay when SSA is at Fault

    The way it works is that you are entitled to get the benefits starting the month you apply and up to six months before you applied for each of those six months that you qualified for the benefits....
  24. Chapter 7: Re: Urgent: in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Can They Take From

    The stock you own in the corporation is an asset of yours. You must list that stock in your asset disclosures in the bankruptcy and the stock will be an asset that the trustee may take to satisfy...
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    Re: Identified As Driver Suspended

    Even if officer did not see the OP drive the car, if all the available facts would support the conclusion he had been driving on a suspended license that's going to be good enough. For example, if...
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