Mark Oakley's answer 13-410(h) only provides that you may return a license plate by mail. I cannot see how you can violate that provision as it neither prohibits nor requires action. Generally, however, violations regarding tags and registration do not carry points or impact your drivers license, as they are not considered moving violations and do not carry jail.
Mark Oakley's answer Probably means you’ll get a summons to appear. The PO has the option of requesting a warrant for your arrest, but that is not typical. You can call your PO to confirm. Or hire a lawyer to call as well as represent you.
Mark Oakley's answer You are filing your legal action incorrectly. You cannot use the landlord-tenant forms or seek to enforce the landlord-tenant laws or the terms of the lease, because the lease is not legally valid as a result of your not being licensed.
What you must do is file a complaint for unlawful detainer, the form for which is here:
Mark Oakley's answer Maryland courts can grant an annulment to a party who was fraudulently induced to enter into a marriage as part of their general equity powers under Family Law Code Section 1-201(b)(3). There is no stand-alone statute that addressed "fraud in a marriage" and it is unclear what you are referring to. A fraudulent marriage can form the basis of an immigration crime, where a foreign national and a US citizen conspire to enter into a marriage for the sole purpose of securing the legal status and...
Mark Oakley's answer If the tort settlement was $5,000 or less, then it was legal to simply write you that check as you described, and the account where the check was deposited should have been set up from the get-go as a trustee account for your child and naming you as trustee/guardian. There would be no other document or court order required. here is the relevand portion of the Estates and Trust Code:
§ 13-403. Appointment of trustee or guardian for minor.
Mark Oakley's answer No. Stop paying as of her 19th birthday, unless there is a specific agreement you signed that says you agree to pay longer. By law, a child is emancipated on her 18th birthday, but that time is delayed if she is still in full-time school until she completes her last year (typically May-June when she graduates 12th grade); however, the absolute cut-off is her 19th birthday if she is still in school through that date.
Mark Oakley's answer Why don’t you post the clause and ask for a lawyer to interpret it for you, or better yet, take the contract to a lawyer to review before you sign and bind yourself to terms you do not fully understand, or appreciate the implications they may have.
Mark Oakley's answer You can only obtain legal tags from the MVA. You cannot purchase tags from a private party. There’s really no excuse or explanation for not knowing this. Anything you say will be simply unbelievable. The only thing is to get your car legally registered, bring proof to court, and say you will never do this again. Ask for a “probation before judgment” to avoid a conviction. Or hire a lawyer.
Mark Oakley's answer No. Pay $50-75 to have a private professional process server make service, and if the defendant continues to evade service, the process server will prepare an affidavit of the attempts to serve and reasons why they believe the defendant is deliberately avoiding service. Based on that affidavit, you can file a motion for alternative service, requesting a court order to allow service by first class mail and posting a copy on her door.
Mark Oakley's answer Lawyers charge for their time. Hourly rates vary, and you pay more for more experienced lawyers, but then, with more experience they are likely to know everything better and spend less time than a more inexperienced lawyer. Call around.
Mark Oakley's answer So, assuming your aunt and father were brother and sister, they would have split your grandmother’s estate 50-50. Then, you and your brother split your father’s estate 50-50. Assuming your aunt is not married and has no children and no will, when she dies you and your brother split her estate 50-50.
Mark Oakley's answer West Virginia can transmit the warrant to Maryland and request that it be served by MD law enforcement, but they cannot come here on their own. Unless the warrant is for a serious crime, many times the warrant is simply entered into the national database and as soon as you are stopped anywhere for anything, such as a moving violation, and the warrant pops up, you'll be arrested and held on the WVA warrant while WVA is notified and given the opportunity to come get you (either because you waive...
Mark Oakley's answer You only need to be provided the opportunity to read the DR-15 before signing it, and that must happen before you refuse the breath test. Call a lawyer to discuss the details. There is a brief (10 day) deadline to request an MVA hearing on the test refusal to avoid suspension before the hearing can be held. You also have the DUI trial to deal with in addition to the immediate license issues.
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