My insurance has determined that I was not at-fault, so it won't affect my insurance rates. The other insurance company has offered to pay for all damages but denies liability, saying they want to avoid a lawsuit. I have to sign to release them of liability before receiving the final one-time... Read more »
A Release is simply a contract. You agree to release the other party in consideration of them paying you for your damages. LA Metro denies liability which is standard. A Release is a full and final release of ALL claims... past, present and future. You don't get 2-bites of the apple. You will...Read more »
If he's still in jail it means he hasn't posted bond. If the bond is too high, you could ask his attorney if there is any chance to get it lowered. However, it is also possible that his attorney won't talk to you since you are not technically the client... your husband is. Most...Read more »
I suspect that, for the purposes of a crime like falsifying a government record, the party executive committing is more akin to a private club than a government body. I haven't researched that but that would be my guess.
The BOD can enact reasonable Rules & Regs applicable to the entire complex (but not selectively against you) regarding types of vehicles that are prohibited from parking at the complex. To be legally valid, such Rules & Regs would must be enacted in accordance with all of the notice and...Read more »
The position applied for was to be considered for a position investigating civilian complaints against local law enforcement. A sample civilian complaint was given, and the prospective employee was required to subjectively identify violated SOPs within the scenario, as well as make a finding on... Read more »
Searching old Indiana Code and can't find anything. Example - IC 28-13-10-1 references the above. IC 28-7-1-16(d) and IC 28-13-10-1(b) are similar except the latter states "Unless the articles of incorporation or bylaws provide otherwise...." I need to find which IC controls, if... Read more »
What does that mean? Once a bill is passesd by the General Assembly, it is called a Public Law and assigned a number. P.L. 14-1992 Sec. 163 refers to Section 163 of Public Law 14 signed by the Governor in 1992, but that's about all you can tell from the number. Public Laws are difficult to...Read more »
A Connecticut attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. And you post under Personal Injury and Appeals/Appellate, suggesting that a need to appeal your matter might be at hand. With the question & answer format here, it's difficult for attorneys to reach out...Read more »
Felons cannot possess a firearm. I am not sure what you mean by ‘non lethal.’ A baseball bat can be lethal, but there is no law against possessing one. Knives are also lethal, but you can possess one in most circumstances. Maybe you should consult a lawyer in private, and be more specific...Read more »
This forum is based largely on U.S. law. You would need guidance from an attorney or solicitor familiar with UK law. However, another consideration is that fact that the diplomatic premises could have its own separate conditions and restrictions for visitors or staff. Good luck
I repaired a city code violation in an apartment I own as I normally would so that I could rerent the apartment, it was air conditioning problem. After five years without any notice and thinking the matter was taken care of, I received a letter from code enforcement saying that my daily accrued... Read more »
I am unable to advise you on this important matter without first being able to see the original notice of code violation that you received from the city five years ago (you can request a copy) and reviewing the specific section of the Code(as it was five years ago) the city is using to try to...Read more »
Generally, if a foreign corporation (e.g. a different state) is operating/doing business in a different state than the state in which they are incorporated, they register with the state agency that regulates corporations (in California, the Secretary of State) as a foreign business entity (e.g. a...Read more »
The federal Confiscation Act of 1862 would apply to gold owned by the Confederate States of America (which the Act did not recognize as an entity), with the result that the United States would own the gold. This is a hypothetical question because the CSA government probably held no gold at the...Read more »
I asked simple questions about how to get property back and a list of the property they took from my residence. He yelled at me, told me he didn't have to give me anything not even a list, told me I'll never get the property back, and that he could search my other properties and... Read more »
I would need more information to answer your question with more specificity. In particular, it is not clear from your question if the "they" who took your property is the police or the person(s) who committed a crime against you.
But the detective is incorrect if he said that...Read more »
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