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0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law for Ohio on
Q: Hello I wanted to get an opinion on the newly passed Marihuana laws in Ohio.

Considering the following sections of Chapter 3780 | Adult use Cannabis Control

- Section 3719.01 | Controlled substances definitions Subsection (M): Contains a definition of Marihuana which includes the plant growing and not growing as "adult use cannabis", also mentioned in;... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law, Environmental and Land Use & Zoning for Wyoming on
Q: My house just recently bought was built in 19 68 and had an additional add-on in 1971 it is a mobile home trailer on a

Concrete pad which has been damaged and the soil is starting to erode causing house to sink due to City building the road and placing storm runoff gutters above my property level what can I do for who is responsible

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Agricultural Law and Construction Law for Ohio on
Q: My escrow for my septic to be installed it says it would expire in 6 mth that's $12,000 for that says any m left is mine

I want to fix what was supposed to work or be fixed none of the appliances worked ,leak less than 24 hrs

of signing . fenced in yard .I was approved through USDA/Health department for free septic

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law, Animal / Dog Law, Business Law and Environmental for Oklahoma on
Q: I love in Oklahoma and want to keep venomous reptiles, what permits do I need? As well as breeding salamanders

I have been an avid reptile lover and give the highest respect to the keeping and breeding of exotic animals, I would like to keep venomous reptiles for educational purposes for a future career working with animals, I also want to breed salamanders and sell them, I'm wondering what permits I... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law, Family Law and Landlord - Tenant on
Q: What will happen when the agricultural tenant dies? What are the rights of his surviving spouse and children to tenancy?

Is it valid that the tenancy will be given to the youngest child because for how many years he is the one help the deceased tenant cultivating the land when he was alive?

1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law, Criminal Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Wrongful Death for Texas on
Q: Would any law firms take on a death penalty case for free?

I have a friend on death row in Texas who is currently trying to appeal his sentencing. Would any law firms take his case on for free?

Tara Gilmore-Low
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answered on May 24, 2024

There are firms who handle a number of appeals on a pro bono basis, however, your better bet is to contact the Innocence Project.

0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law and Animal / Dog Law for Georgia on
Q: Do animal nuisance noise laws from the county, apply to me living in a city within that county?

Bartow, Georgia.

I live in the small, beautiful city of Kingston, GA. There are laws about owning a Rooster in Bartow, the County I live in. I called in a noise complaint about getting woken up by the neighbors new rooster. I was told by the chief of this small town thatthe Bartow laws... View More

Q: Msds for aPeel

Exposure safety for grocery store stockers.

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 6, 2024

A Kansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It sounds like you want a copy of an MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet). A general starting point for obtaining an MSDS is through a company's safety and environmental compliance office. Good luck

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0 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law for Colorado on
Q: Does clause C.R.S. 39-1-102 of the Colorado law define Farm Equipment to include seed purchases?

Several years ago, our industry in Colorado switched to charging tax for seed purchases for farmers even if they had a Tax exemption form filled out. I can't interprete the language in the definition referenced above to determine if we should or should not be charging tax.

1 Answer | Asked in Products Liability, Agricultural Law, Animal / Dog Law and Civil Litigation for Alabama on
Q: Need a local Alabama lawyer to help sue dog food company and pet treat company that's product made my pets very ill
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on May 17, 2024

An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You could search for attorneys online and supplement your searches with the tab above, "Find a Lawyer." Local and state bar associations could also be a resource for locating attorneys within your area, Good luck

2 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Agricultural Law for California on
Q: In plan English what is the law against shipping yeast nutient to California and why? Besides Ca. Being a BS. State
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answered on May 3, 2024

There are restrictions on shipping yeast nutrient products to California due to state regulations. The primary reason is that California has stricter environmental and health safety laws compared to many other states.

Yeast nutrients often contain ammonium salts like diammonium phosphate...
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1 Answer | Asked in Public Benefits, Agricultural Law and Land Use & Zoning for Minnesota on
Q: Can county government take over township powers without having due process? Isn't a public hearing required?

This was done during the pandemic. But commissioners shouldn't be able to weasel it in under the radar just because of a " pandemic".

Robert Kane
Robert Kane
answered on Apr 10, 2024

Cities do not have constitutional rights (e.g the right to due process.) If you live in Maple Lake, the Wright-Hennepin Co-op Electric Association is governing authority. I don't know what transpired, but the city and association should have allowed for public input and provided transparency.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Tax Law, Agricultural Law and Estate Planning for Minnesota on
Q: I'm a Minnesota resident. MN has a $3,000,000.00 estate tax exemptionCan I put Iowa farmland in a trust to get below

the exemption? The farms have been, and still are family farms now operated by my son. What kind of a trust would it have to be? Thank you

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answered on Mar 11, 2024

As a Minnesota resident, you can use trusts to help manage your estate and potentially reduce your estate tax liability. However, the specific type of trust and its effectiveness in reducing estate taxes will depend on various factors, such as the value of your estate, the nature of your assets,... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law and Agricultural Law on
Q: In Minnesotas estate tax exemption for Farms, I'm a MN resident and own farm land in Iowa . Does that count for the

2,000,000 exemption? Thank you

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answered on Mar 11, 2024

In Minnesota, the estate tax exemption for qualified farm property is $2,000,000, in addition to the standard estate tax exemption. However, to qualify for the farm property exemption, the property must meet certain criteria:

1. The property must be classified as agricultural land in...
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2 Answers | Asked in Agricultural Law, Small Claims and Social Security for Pennsylvania on
Q: Hello. What is USC 15 B 1611 and can I speak to and underwriter please.

Please Help!

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answered on Mar 2, 2024

It seems you're inquiring about a specific section of the United States Code (USC), which is a compilation of federal statutes. However, without more context, it's challenging to provide a precise explanation of USC 15 B 1611 because the citation doesn't directly match the standard... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law, Car Accidents, Civil Litigation and Environmental for Oregon on
Q: a tree falls from homeowner's property into the city street, blocking traffic and a vehicle crashes into that tree.

Who would be responsible or held liable? would it be the homeowner? would it be the city? or would it be The pedestrian driving the vehicle?..

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Mar 21, 2024

An Oregon attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It could depend on a number of factors - manner in which tree fell, details about crash (speed, visibility, distractions, etc). It could be something that the homeowners carrier and auto carrier might sort out.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Personal Injury, Products Liability and Agricultural Law for Maryland on
Q: Can a former employee to a pest control company sue for improper training, poor safety equipment and working un licensed
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Feb 26, 2024

A Maryland attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. The type of case you describe can be complex because such cases sometimes involve multiple parties in potential third party actions - you could reach out to law firms to try to set up a free initial consult. That... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law and Car Accidents for Arkansas on
Q: If I hit a cow that is out in the road at night. Is it my fault? The farmer is not go to pay for damages

The farmer is saying his cow has the right of way. It was night and the cow was black. I only have liability insurance. So I have no vehicle to get anywhere like work. And the police report says I was doing nothing wrong.

Joel Gary Selik
Joel Gary Selik
answered on Feb 20, 2024

Yes you have a case against the farmer. It is the farmer's fault. He should turn it over to his business or homeowner's insurance. If he or she fails to do so, a lawsuit would be proper.

1 Answer | Asked in Agricultural Law, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Arkansas on
Q: what are Arkansas law regarding existing fencing that has been in place for more than 10+ yrs?

Property we bought about 11 yrs ago had already fencing around it from neighbors. We left it as such and built more fencing that ran into already built parts and have repaired older fencing. Now a neighbor bought some of the property from newer neighbors and want to tear down existing fencing and... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Feb 10, 2024

An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Your question may run deeper than technicalities about fence construction. Your post suggests a property dispute. You could repost and add "Real Estate" as a category. If this involves adverse possession... View More

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