I assume you actually want to incorporate a farming enterprise, with the entity under a corporate name. And yes, the new corporation will have to pay taxes under a new tax id. Whether the land is part of the corporation or not needs to be carefully considered.
Actually my naver installed seasonal threshing machine in from of my house around distant of 10 meter and it causing sound and air pollution . Any rules or law so they can remove it from this place ? its there personal land.
Noise violations are generally governed by local laws. If there are such ordinances in your area, they would probably appear in village or city codes. In terms of air pollution, that could fall under the legal theory of nuisance, which is a tort that involves interference with the use and enjoyment...Read more »
Today, I was waiting in the area where they told me to wait since they still needed to make the decaf coffee. The lady looked like she was in a rush when she finally came out to me. Well when handing me the coffee, she spilled it on my pants and onto my thighs and private parts (this is coffee that... Read more »
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. The best way to answer your question could be to reach out to Arizona law firms and discuss in more detail. If you have records of medical care in connection with the accident, attorneys...Read more »
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. From the description, it isn't clear what it was that you were driving - but since you posted under Agriculture, it suggests possibly a farm vehicle or an off-road vehicle? If you got a warning for no license,...Read more »
I work at a pet boarding facility, and in the state of Florida, owners are required to have their dogs up to date on their rabies vaccine. My boss told me to accept a dog that is out of date on his rabies vaccine..
I believe the requirement that owners keep their animals vaccinated would be Florida Statute 828.30. It doesn't appear to include any requirement that pet boarding facilities refuse to accept unvaccinated animals, and if there is that would be your boss's duty, not yours.
Hello, I'm not a resident of Delaware, but I was wondering how the state defines "fur" and "hair" in the law banning the sale or trade of dog and cat fur/hair. Federal law defines dog and cat fur as a pelt--any fur or hair with skin attached--and so do other laws for other... Read more »
I'm sorry your question went unanswered for three weeks. If your son is still looking for an attorney, you could go to the Find-a-Lawyer tab above - there is a section "Native American Law." You could also run your own independent searches online, or you could visit the website of...Read more »
But, there is a special condition that if we are ranchers and own all the land, a 2nd home can be built, so we can "get around" the problem of not being able to build two homes, by not separating the 74 acres into 2 parcels (so we both own the ground), so no real problem so far. But, I... Read more »
Your question is too specific for a general posting board like this. You will want to consult a real estate attorney experienced with farm land issues to see what exceptions might apply in your specific situation.
In order to sell marijuana plants and/or marijuana, and extracts you will need to be licensed as a retailer by the Arizona Department of Health Services. Under A.R.S. § 36-2852(A)(4), you are entitled to transfer "up to six marijuana plants to an individual...Read more »
I live on the I-70 corridor and often see livestock being transported in sub zero temperatures. In Canada there is a law that requires there be hay and covering for the animals to stay warm at certain temperatures, and it is illegal to transport them when the temperature/windchill reaches a... Read more »
Thank you for having concerns about the welfare of animals in transport. A Colorado attorney familiar with agricultural and animal rights issues might be able to advise best on this, but you await a response for three weeks. This is not an area that many attorneys deal with. Departments of...Read more »
It is nice of your neighbor to make valuable improvements to your property! But, I suspect that your neighbor does not see it that way. I suspect that you'll need to bring a lawsuit to enforce your rights. But, you could start by calling the police to make a trespassing claim or have an...Read more »
My suggestion would be to contact your local alderman (if you live in the City of Chicago) or your local municipal government. I would be fairly sure that what your neighbor is doing, burning material putting off noxious odors, is in violation of local, municipal, and state law.
An Indiana attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. A landlord-tenant attorney might have better insight into this than an agricultural attorney. Not all posts are picked up, but you could try reposting under the L-T section. A verbal agreement in lieu of a written...Read more »
Many people already see the law as being preventive in nature. This can be found in statutes and codes that are seen as being deterrents to the commission of crimes, or that serve to discourage other forms of wrongdoing in the civil sector. Good luck
Outside of NOAA's federal guidelines, it's also governed by state law. Since these can differ from state to state, you'd need to to look into Departments of Environmental Conservation, Wildlife Protection, Natural Resources, or other names under which the entities that oversee this...Read more »
There's considerable technical substance to the Law of the Sea in terms of territorial waters, coastal contiguous zones, exclusive economic zones, etc. and it isn't easy to bring down to too simple a level. Maybe this might work. You could explain to a five-year old that the world's...Read more »
The bank wants 3 payments of 54000 with in 13 months of each other. That means I have to use 1 crop year to make 2 of those payments but it's not possible. What can I do about this? I have a lawyer hes been doing this since the 80s. This is what he told me and I'm just getting a second... Read more »
The city recently passed an ordinance saying you have to buy a yearly license/permit to raise animals (chickens, ducks...) in city limits. AND prohibits raising certain animals - male chickens, for example. And if you get caught, they fine you for being no complacent!
There is nothing in Idaho Code 22-4504 which would prevent a city from enacting an ordinance requiring the owner of a farm to obtain a permit to raise certain animals, such as chickens, ducks within city limits. It says simply that Idaho prefers farming operations, period. The distinction this...Read more »
Usually the established fencing determines the boundary as both adjoining owners acquiesce to the boundary, regardless what their legal descriptions say. If your neighbor does not like your encroachments, it is up to him to file suit within the SOL. Hire a competent attorney to search both...Read more »
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