Short answer: No. The reg states that no advertisement to aid, promote, or assist directly or indirectly any extension of consumer credit may state that a specified down payment, by the creditor who advertises his services.
I am not looking to give precise measurements, just visual inspections. Ideally would like to make this my business. I am achieving the part 107 license to fly commercially. Thus I am aware of the airspace restrictions. I am wondering about the legality of the above case.
This is a good question. First, if you are law enforcement, the Illinois statutes give you authority to fly the drone almost anywhere. But, since your not law enforcement, you are somewhat restricted. The law states that you cannot use a drone to interfere with hunters or fisherman. A number of...Read more »
This is a good question, but the answer depends on a number of factors. For example, is this a residential or commercial lease? What is the length of the lease? How long is the lease period and what is the rent? A commercial lease is much more complex than a residential lease.
Hi, good night I have a question and would like to know something about a problem with a friend, which is that a friend thinks of getting a fake SSN and green card for work purpose but he thinks of changing his name and birthday but he had a picture with a fake green card and I would like to know... Read more »
First, I hope your friend is not you. Of course this is fraud. Yes, if caught this would adversely affect his immigration status. And, if this is really a friend, and not you, you may be an accomplice to this fraud. Don't do it!
To add on to the last response, let me suggest to protect yourself and your friend, execute a limited Power of Attorney ("POA"). The limited POA would give your friend access to trade, but not access to your funds. You should check with your brokerage firm, to see if they have problem.
It would depend on the cause and amount of the suit. If you plan to sue them for under $10,000 you should consider suing them yourself in small claims court. There is a good possibility that once you file the suit in small claims and serve them with notice of the suit, they may work with you to...Read more »
A petition, affidavit, consent of the remaining heirs and other papers need to be filed with the Probate Division of the Circuit Court. Once the Probate Judge reviews all of the papers and they are in good order, he/she will make the appointment of independent administer.
There was NO signed contract by me for him to do the work. He entered my property while I was at work and did the work without me asking. Is this not trespassing, and do I owe for the work that was done having NOT signed a contract?
My ex husband and we will be receiving a lump sum amount for a settlement. It will be split 3 ways our child is a minor and would like to setup a account where both parents would need to be present to be able withdraw funds and show proof for what it would be used for. If our child whether is a... Read more »
Arcade means an establishment that has five or more coin/token or other modes of activation operated amusement devices in an area dedicated to the housing of coin-operated amusement devices. Keep in mind, no alcoholic beverages may be sold or consumed in the area separate and designated as arcade....Read more »
If I own a Holding Company (a single member llc), and this holding company owns a subsidiary (a single member llc). Who am I to the subsidiary? (in terms of opening accounts for the subsidiary and doing things on behalf of the subsidiary).
What document do I use? If it's a quitclaim deed, what name is listed as the grantor? The deceased person, or "The Estate of ...."? I would be the one signing it, as the administrator. The current deed is in the deceased's name solely.
You state that you are the administrator of the Estate. So, the first question, did the Probate Court appoint you as Independent Administrator. If you were not appointed by the Court you do not have "Letters of Office," and you may not have the authority to make the transfer....Read more »
Generally speaking, the answer is: Yes. The exception would be jurisdiction, where you need to go to Court. I have been a Court many times, where the Judge dismissed the case, without any penalties, upon proof of license and insurance. Many States do not require that your carry your...Read more »
Since 2011 a ban has been placed in Illinois on owning chimps and monkeys. Monkey owners who purchased their pets before the law went into effect can keep their pets, but no new ones can be purchased legally.
The exception to this new law are monkeys used for therapy or helping disabled...Read more »
Hello! I have a question regarding a high school parking lot. If a high school sold access to a parking spot for the length of a school year for $330, and then months later disallowed students to use the door closest to the parking lot with the next closest door being an extra 90 second walk, would... Read more »
It seems to me that it took you more than 90 seconds to write this question. It is doubtful, if there is any legal recourse to avoid this extra 90 second inconvenience. If there was legal recourse, the time, cost and effort to do anything would be prohibited.
When someone who owns the entire interest in a parcel of land or real property and passes away without a will, the state’s laws of intestate succession generally determine ownership. Therefore, just because she said the property becomes your property means very little at this time....Read more »
Dog bites are treated as strict liability in Illinois, with the exception if someone provoked the dog, or is some was trespassing. Under Illinois statutes, if a dog, without provocation, attacks, attempts to attack, or injures any person who is peaceably conducting himself or herself in any place...Read more »
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