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  1. Thread: Long Repair

    by pg1067
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    Service and Repair: Re: Long Repair

    Your post does not raise any legal issue.




    Huh? It takes as long as it takes.
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    Re: Bankruptcy and Inheritance

    Subs?

    Also, given your statement that "MA has not been filed in probate," what does your reference to "estates in MA & NY" mean? I'm guessing that he lived in NY, so his estate was probated in...
  3. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Facebook Violates the U.S. Constitution and Violates Freedom of Speech, Helping t

    It is impossible for a non-governmental actor, such as Facebook, to violate any portion of the U.S. Constitution other than by committing treason or engaging in slavery or involuntary servitude...
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Moving with Judgment Liens

    I don't know anything about the details of South Carolina debt collection procedures (other than, as already mentioned, the "homestead exemption" applies only to your personal residence).
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Moving with Judgment Liens

    I agree with TM. If you want a better-paying job and need to move to make that happen, that's a personal choice. I don't understand what getting a P.O. box has to do with anything. As mentioned,...
  6. Registering a Vehicle: Re: Is It Possible Without Fear of Legal Charges Being Filed

    Because...?? And how long ago did this purchase occur?




    I have no idea what your salesperson license allows you to do, but I seriously doubt it imbues you with authority to sign on behalf of...
  7. Medical Malpractice: Re: Can I Get in Legal Trouble for Lying on Medical History Questionaire (Not Insuran

    No.

    But failure to be truthful with a medical provider about your medical history could lead to all sorts of things, up to and including your death.
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    Collection Lawsuits: Re: Moving with Judgment Liens

    The lien does not prevent you from moving or renting the house. If you settle, any settlement should require that the creditor remove the lien.




    No.
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    Enforcement of Judgments: Re: New Mexico MSA Obligations to Estate

    As previously indicated, one would need to read the MSA to determine what obligations, if any, continue to exist following your sister's death. Any person who claims to be a beneficiary under the...
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    Traffic Court Issues: Re: Traffic Ticket Wasnít in System, have court appearance today which Courthouse clo

    Ummm...why not do this: "Was told by officer there to take pic of the notice (proof I appeared as note on citation) and come back tomorrow 2/13/2020 and go talk to clerk (show my pic of proof I was...
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    Re: Package Delivery

    Yup. That's part of why the original post is unclear.
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    Re: Package Delivery

    This doesn't clearly answer my question. It sounds like you might be saying it was the merchant's mistake. If this wasn't because of your negligence, then the merchant should make good on it.


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    Re: Package Delivery

    Was this a result of your negligence when you placed the order? If not, how did this happen?




    If local law enforcement won't get involved (which isn't surprising -- especially if the item...
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    Civil Rights Issues: Re: Civil Rights for a Presidential Candidate

    I don't entirely understand what you're asking, but breaking and entering and burglary laws are not matters of "civil rights," and a person's status as a presidential candidate is of no relevance...
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    Re: Postnuptial for Marriage Couple

    Depends on the nature of the debt and why it is incurred and why it is incurred without his knowledge.




    The process begins by discussing what they are and aren't willing to agree on, as well...
  16. Thread: 30 Days Notice

    by pg1067
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    Re: 30 Days Notice

    As indicated at the other site where you asked about this, what your lease says is of utmost importance to this issue.
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    Re: Landlord Says I Canít See My Mom

    It's possible that this is a correct interpretation of this law. However, I disagree that it's the only possible interpretation and that this section expressly allows tenants to allow guests on the...
  18. Applying to Rent: Re: Landlord Gave Us a Rent Increase of 17% for Less Than 60 Days from Now

    I feel reasonably confident that you can do lots of things, including move, but I doubt that's what you you actually intended to ask.




    Whether it is or isn't "normal" (whatever that might...
  19. Re: How to Copyright Website - Use Copyrighted.com

    Prior to 1/1/1978 it was properly used as a verb because, under the Copyright Act of 1909 (the predecessor to the Copyright Act of 1976) and the earlier Copyright Acts, copyrights did not exist (at...
  20. Re: Wifeís Ex Sister In-Law. Nephew/Grandson Visitation

    No. Legally, it's none of their business.




    Getting more time is a different issue. Minnesota law does allow non-parents to seek and obtain court-ordered visitation, and a situation in which...
  21. Re: Can I Petition to Changing IRA Beneficiary, if Person Cannot Be Located

    As mentioned at the other site where you posted about this, the executor of the estate should discuss this with his/her attorney.
  22. Re: How to Copyright Website - Use Copyrighted.com

    "Copyright" is not properly used as a verb. A copyright is a thing. You have a copyright once a qualifying work is fixed in a tangible medium of expression. You may, if you choose, register your...
  23. Divorce: Re: Live in Tn, Owned My Home Before Marriage, Can I Use the Forms and File Myself

    Fair disclosure: I neither live nor practice in Tennessee, and I don't know if any of the others who post here regularly are Tennessee attorneys.

    That being said, some states offer simplified and...
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    Re: Sued by Ex-Employer

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  25. Divorce: Re: Live in Tn, Owned My Home Before Marriage, Can I Use the Forms and File Myself

    I'm not entirely sure what "is there a way around this means." We obviously have no idea what paperwork you have or why it might say you can't use it if you own property (by the way, everyone owns...
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