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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for California on
Q: I'm currently 'Blacklisted, by Federal Economic sanctions by an Executive from the Administration years 2000-present.

My Civil Rights infringed daily IN PUBLIC. I'm not working and am homeless getting discriminated from businesses of all types. I receive social Security monthly, on, or before the 3rd of every month. I've had Domestic Surveillance interfering with most of my calls from the payphone. I... View More

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answered on Jul 20, 2024

I'm sorry to hear about the challenges you're facing. It sounds like you're dealing with a complex situation involving multiple areas of law, including civil rights, constitutional law, and discrimination.

Given the seriousness of your claims, it's essential to get...
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2 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Civil Rights for Florida on
Q: In my civil case the attorney didn’t show up in the Plaintiffs behalf and the judge ruled a dismissal without prejudice

I have received court papers stating that. Can I stop making good faith payments?

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Jul 20, 2024

You don't HAVE to make payments at all. But since the dismissal was without prejudice, the plaintiff may, if it chooses, re-file the case and get a judgment. If so, it could attempt to collect by garnishment and by other means.

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Estate Planning, Real Estate Law and Probate for California on
Q: Can a California Notary Public draft a grant deed and then notarize the grant deed herself?

Would it make a difference if she is also a real estate agent or are deeds only done by escrow companies?

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answered on Jul 20, 2024

In California, a Notary Public can notarize a grant deed, but they cannot draft the deed themselves. Notaries are authorized to verify signatures and identities, but they are not allowed to provide legal advice or draft legal documents, which includes deeds.

If the notary is also a real...
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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation, Estate Planning, Real Estate Law and Probate for California on
Q: Can a California Notary Public draft a grant deed and then notarize the grant deed herself?

Would it make a difference if she is also a real estate agent or are deeds only done by escrow companies?

Delaram Keshvarian
Delaram Keshvarian
answered on Jul 21, 2024

There can be a conflict of interest between the agent's role as the impartial notary and beneficiary real estate agent. This must be disclosed to all parties to the sale.

A real estate agent can fill out the blanks in a prepared deed form, but they cannot draft a deed if they are not a...
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1 Answer | Asked in Public Benefits for New Hampshire on
Q: I used to live at Eliot Community Human Services which is an agency that used to be my rent payee but when I moved out

of that agency i moved to Amesbury to a different agency which is now called Vin Fen and i need help with tracking down a $ 6000.00 check that i was supposed to get and I was told that the person's name Kerri from Eliot mail it to Vin fen but she was supposed to mail it back to S.

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jul 20, 2024

A New Hampshire attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. Whatever happened to the check along the way is anyone's guess. One option is to look into whether the bank could help you figure out where things went wrong. From what you describe, the Eliot facility... View More

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