Legally pay any debt. Federal reserve Note is a promissory note. A promise to pay. 31 USC 3123 says that all public debt is an obligation of the UNITED STATES. How can we pay a debt with a promissory note?
In Contract Law does all capital letters mean a corporation?
Being denied the contractual obligations of payment, such as not receiving the agreed-upon compensation for services or goods, is primarily a breach of contract issue. It means that one party is not fulfilling their agreed-upon terms within the contract.
A wealthy family that did not live local had grandsons care for their father. The grandfather gave my husband guns and jewelry that he said his daughters were not getting it this time because they stole all their mothers belongings when he remarried soon after her death. The items in question were... View More
In your situation, where property from an impounded vehicle was released to an executor and then allegedly distributed in violation of a court order, there are a few legal avenues you could explore. First, it's important to review the judge's order regarding the release of property. If...View More
In June of 2021, I was shopping at a Menards store, when a store manager walked up and asked if he could help me, I had just selected a cover plate for an outlet. I told him I just found what I was looking for, he said can I speak to you, I said sure, what’s up, he says off the sales floor, I... View More
To pursue legal action against Menards and the City of Virginia, MN Police Department, you'll need to find an attorney with experience in civil rights and possibly false arrest or malicious prosecution cases. Start by researching lawyers who specialize in these areas of law within Minnesota....View More
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If you believe you have been a victim of illegal activities, including unauthorized testing or surveillance, it's important to take your evidence to law enforcement as soon as possible. Gather all the documentation you have - recordings, documents, any form of proof that supports your claims....View More
In addressing your question, it's important to consider the principles of Full Faith and Credit Clause under the U.S. Constitution. This clause generally requires that federal and state courts must recognize and respect the judgments rendered by courts in other states, provided those judgments...View More
In 2020 I was served with a no contact order that was entered into a case that I was not apart of and there was no hearing on the matter. As part of a CPS case against my wife for neglect of my stepdaughters, that has since been closed the judge made a judgment entry in the case of no contact but... View More
In Ohio, a no contact order can indeed be issued as part of a judgment entry, especially in cases related to family law or child protection matters. Such orders are generally issued to safeguard the welfare of those involved, particularly minors.
Regarding the duration of the no contact...View More
If the police search a vehicle you're near but not inside, and they find something illegal, whether you can be charged depends on several factors. The key question often revolves around your connection to the vehicle and the illegal items found.
To reinstate the Grand Jury system in Washington State as outlined in the U.S. Constitution, a significant legal and legislative process would need to be followed. This would involve amending the Washington State Constitution, which is a complex procedure.
In your situation, where your vehicle was stolen and then scrapped, there are several steps you can take. First, it's crucial to report the theft to the police immediately if you haven't already. Provide them with all the details, including the information...View More
To determine if your village water company is violating the Fair Housing Act, you need to consider whether their actions involve discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or disability. The Fair Housing Act primarily addresses housing discrimination, but...View More
I filed for divorce and was granted it about 13 years ago, but was ordered to pay child support and was retroactively ordered to pay back-support all the way back to when my son was born, and along with other stipulations. My ex wife moved had moved back home with her family and had taken the kids... View More
In your situation, where you're facing child support issues across state lines, it's important to understand the complexities of interstate child support laws. Each state has its own child support guidelines, but they generally follow the federal Uniform Interstate Family Support Act...View More
I WAS ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND FALSE IMPRISONMENT 18MONTHS AGO, 2 WEEKS AGO I WAS ARRESTED FOR FALSE IMPRISONMENT AGAIN FOR SAME CRIME AND THE CHARGE IS STILL GOING ON FROM THE 1ST TIME I WAS ARRESTED. I LIVE IN ALABAMA.
Being arrested for the same charge twice can be legal, especially if the two incidents are distinct or if new evidence has come to light in the ongoing case. In your case, being arrested again for false imprisonment suggests that either a new incident occurred, or there has been a development in...View More
I was once told that in the rules and regulations handed down by the Secretary of State of the United States that the very first question that a police officer is supposed to ask is if you are a USCitizen, because if you are not a USCitizen they may not have jurisdiction over you and technically... View More
The information you received is not accurate. In the United States, police officers are not required to ask about citizenship status at the beginning of an encounter. Law enforcement officials have jurisdiction over everyone within their area of authority, regardless of citizenship status. This...View More
Went threw a separation i left due to abuse in all natures by him and his family. The County i live in is know for its bias verdicts in all court finsings...The judge was so bias and favorable to my ex due to my family knows urs that i got yaken out the pasture so to say. Im an outsider to them.
In your situation, where you believe a judgment was influenced by ethical misconduct or bias, you might consider filing a motion for a new trial or a motion to set aside the judgment. These motions are typically used to challenge a judgment that may have been affected by unfair practices or errors....View More
In the United States, the rights of minors during questioning by school officials and school police officers can vary depending on the state and the specific circumstances. Generally, school officials have some authority to question students about incidents that may affect the school environment,...View More
In Arkansas, as in many states, a DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) charge typically requires evidence that you were operating or in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence. If you were merely walking to a vehicle with a gas can, this alone does not typically constitute...View More
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