Yes. However, a lot of documents are filed online and executed electronically these days, so original vs. copy may not make a lot of difference, but if he wants the very original ones, and his lawyer doesn't respond, he should be able to obtain a certified copy too.
I am starting an online metaphysical shop selling crystals, incense burners and other merchandise. I’m wondering what forms I need to fill out to create a business name, if I should go sole proprietor or LLC, are there any resellers permits I need? And any other information that might help me.... Read more »
It appears that you are going to start your own business. Answers to many, if not most, of our preliminary questions can be found online. Your entrepreneurial commitment may require a good amount of your time for research and verification of information.
The fact of "trespassing" will likely constitute "wrongdoing". Unless you meet the statutory conditions of "criminal" tresspassing, it's just a violation in NYS (you can get a ticket for a small fine).
To better answer your question, we need to know more details. The answer will probably be "It depends". Various factors must be taken into consideration for assessment such as "does the tenant have a disability?", "does s/he need the animal in order to use and enjoy the...Read more »
You may want to contact your landlord about lack of heat in writing. If no action taken by the landlord in a timely manner, call 311 to report the violation. You can also sue the landlord for breach of warranty of habitability.
Hello I've recieved a ticket in homer ny on 281. I was driving a female and her child daughter from 29 Hudson st homer ny to 1551 rt 91 fabius ny. Along 281 I accelerated to 55 to early not being from here originally I don't know the roads to wall yet I continued to pass a slower mowing... Read more »
You can terminate him/her, but the retainer agreement with your attorney may say that you are responsible for the payment of the legal fee incurred in connection with your matter through the termination of the relationship.
More information is needed for a better answer. A grant of hardship privilege is based upon the finding of the statutory conditions and not just your age. But if you are 16 and in high school, you will not allowed any privilege if you just want to drive to and from a high school.
the parking lot has an entrance and exit both are one way. i exited from the entrance. but was on correct heading on the street i entered. got a ticket with 1127 violation code which regards to driving wrong way on a street.
You can, but you need to comply with the NJ law that applies to the similar license recognized in NJ. In NJ, the kind of your license is often referred to as "probationary license" (aka provisional license). As long as you drive in NJ, you should keep in mind the restrictions that apply...Read more »
It's recommended that you retain a local "NC" attorney. Upon information and belief, reckless driving is classified in NC as a misdemeanor just like NY. If you get convicted of the charge, that means you have a criminal record, which possibly affects your conditional discharge. You...Read more »
Your attorney will need to know what kind of ticket he actualy received. In NJ, moving violations are traffic infractions (even reckless driving), and Newark Municipal Court is a citizen friendly court. Your prosecutor is likely to reduce the charge to a lesser one, depending on the curcumstances....Read more »
You may not be able to do that as a landlord/owner under Real Property Law - RPP § 235, et al. You should be able to negotiate a termination of the existing lease with the trenant, addition of another individual to the lease along with increased rent amounts, assuming that there is no applicable...Read more »
Assuming that you were issued a summons for not wearing a seatbelt as the driver without involving any children in the car or their own seatbelts, the charge is relatively minor. You always have the right to fight the charge but it largely depend son what your priority is. Keep in mind that a...Read more »
Your junior license can be be suspended for 60 days if convicted of one serious traffic violation or two other violations and can be revoked if convicted of one serious traffic violation or two other violations within the first six months after restoration of your license subsequent to a suspension...Read more »
It will depend on the State you are in. If you are in NYS, it's likely that your employer's (random) drug tests at work will be justified. They have the obligation to maintain health and safety for other employees. Although their action in response to a test result (expecially when...Read more »
Despite the termination notice, you won't probably be able to bring a proceeding against your tenant until at lease May of 2021 in NYC if nonpayment of the rent is the only cause for the prcoeeding (as opposed to the tenant's doing something illegal in the premises or banned in violation...Read more »
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