Speed cameras result in a ticket for $45 once you hit 12 mph over the posted speed. Doesn’t matter how much over. No points. Just pay the money. Insurance companies can’t use it as a basis to raise rates.
If a cop clocks your speed and pulls you over, however, it works like this: 0-9...Read more »
Probably not. Not all businesses need to be registered to do business in Maryland. The dog bite claim may be treated independently from the dog walking contract. Not enough facts to evaluate. However, if the dog walking business is a party to the suit, and if it is required to be registered to do...Read more »
Recently the Maryland COMAR went behind a paywall. My company is required to follow the regulations in the COMAR but there is no public access to the information. The "free search" function provided only the section numbers and does not show the regulations. Is this even legal?
My J-1 visa is via Au Pair program and it expires April 2023, if I apply for a change of status now with an I-20 for Fall 2023 admission, will I be considered out of status between April and September?
PS: My J1 Visa states that, BEARER IS NOT SUBJECT TO SECTION 212(E)
It would depend on the deed language. Two people (including a parent/child) can own property together with or without survivorship rights and the mere fact that the word "heirs" is in the deed doesn't tell the whole story.
Your question says you are in DC, but it is posed as a Maryland question, and I am going to guess the estate is filed in PG County, because, even though it's called Orphan's Court formally, in Montgomery, the hearings are in the Circuit Court by the Circuit Court bench, so laypeople never...Read more »
If Organization wishes to pay any portion of its obligation by credit card, they may do so and request additional payments using the iVvy link provided to them when they received this contract up until 30 days prior to the event date. Once it is within... Read more »
An attorney would need to review the entire contract to render an opinion. However, a business can change the terms of its contract periodically. For example, Comcast changes the terms of its contract with its customers regularly. The rates and service charges increase and the fine print changes....Read more »
They denied her application and send her to court for removal or approval so now we are married and have one child together and I’m à Us citizen, what can we do to adjust her status and avoid the court date because it will be In August next year ..
If the board of directors of the Community Association Inc is holding a regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the board, is the meeting required to be open and is te board required to provide reasonable notice to members?
The answer starts with a review of the HOA bylaws. It continues to checking them against the covenants. It continues to reviewing the procedural integrity of the process that created the presumably new rule. And, then, at least as to rules involving public thoroughfares, the result gets checked...Read more »
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