You can likely do this as a private individual. However, I would highly recommend forming an LLC to give you some legal cover. You should also have an attorney draft a contract that makes it very clear you are disclaiming as many warranties as possible regarding the condition of the homes. There...View More
If you gifted a car and the new owner did not transfer the title before selling it, this can create a complicated situation. In North Carolina, the responsibility to transfer the title typically lies with the new owner. If they fail to do so and then sell the car, it can lead to legal and financial...View More
So my husband bought me a car back in the summer of 2022, my FIL was the one doing all the technical stuff because it was my first car and I didn't know a thing, it's a salvage title so back in TX (where we bought it) he was doing everything to fix it so we could get the title fixed but... View More
The court ordered me to pay the post-hearing attorney fee. The court order explicitly specifies the amount of this fee. The attorney instructed me to simply write a check in his name for his fees and send it directly without providing any invoice or formal bill letter. As someone inexperienced in... View More
In legal practice, it's not uncommon for attorneys to request payment of fees directly, especially in smaller firms or solo practices. However, it is also standard practice to provide an invoice or a bill detailing the services rendered and the amount due. This serves as a formal record of the...View More
According to the North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Arts, all tattoo artists in North Carolina must be licensed. The licensing process includes completing an apprenticeship and passing a state exam. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to...View More
A building inspector's primary role is to assess and enforce compliance with building codes and regulations related to the structural and safety aspects of a building or dwelling. Building inspectors typically focus on issues such as structural integrity, electrical systems, plumbing, and fire...View More
Operating a school bus in North Carolina, like in many other places, typically requires meeting certain physical and mental health requirements. These requirements are in place to ensure the safety of the driver, the students on board, and others on the road. If you have a diagnosed mental health...View More
The size is governed by your local zoning laws. I do not beleive that the NC Alchololic Beverage Commission has any minimum size regulation. You also have to obtain a Federal permit before you can get the North Carolina permit.
You can find information about the permitting process at...View More
I’m a disabled veteran that was in the VA’s CWT Program and the supervisor of the ground’s crew tried to get me to fight him not once but twice and there were witnesses to both incidents but the VA police now has my picture posted on the wall of the hospital saying “be cautious”! I’ve... View More
I'm sorry to hear about the experience you had at the VA hospital. As a disabled veteran, you have certain rights and protections under the law, and it may be possible to pursue legal action in this case. You may want to consider contacting a lawyer who specializes in disability rights or...View More
We bought the car on the first of the year. Financing is fine, insurance is fine. Dealership issued a 30 day tag, which expired on the 30th. We now cannot drive the car, because the dealership never sent us a permanent plate when we realized they’d registered it to me and a complete stranger, as... View More
Have been sent back to sending district but instead sent somewhere else for another evaluation. His due process rights are being violated. He’s had covid and treated unfairly. beaten Been sent all over the place this last year. It’s been pure hell for him. We are married and have been together... View More
I've asked couple of questions that my attorney will not answer. I'm in North Carolina,my disability case is very important to me. Example of 1 my questions- Do I need to get my current Dr to write a letter or fill out any paperwork for my upcoming disability hearing?
It would be best if a North Carolina attorney advised you, but you await a response for four weeks, and the whole matter may be moot by now if you already had the hearing you mention. But as a general matter, attorneys should be able to share information with clients - their role essentially makes...View More
People use the terms loosely, but U.S. Constitution grants U.S. Courts authority to hear admiralty cases in Section 2 of Article III. In terms of maritime prosecutions, it is common for them to sometimes be handled jointly between the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Coast Guard, depending on...View More
My gunny took my “POV” ( motorcycle) and had it sitting out for months and through the weather, it’s faded the fairings, rusted sprockets , rusted chain, rusted kickstand, battery is busted, front tire flat, was vandalized ( brake lever broken off, and clutch lever broken and bent, (... View More
Diaper bags do not record anything but if you are referring to a recording device placed or concealed in the diaper bag - then obviously, yes.. But it is likely the real question you want to ask isn't whether you can be recorded by a device in a diaper bag but rather whether such a recording...View More
I recently fell victim to an online dating/wire scam. I contacted my local authorities to file a police report and Western Union to file a fraud report. I have no legitimate address, phone number, or name to track the perpetrator. Is it possible for international law enforcement to set up a sting... View More
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