Hi, I am trying to start a touring company in Jamaica with my brother. He will be responsible for hiring and securing proper licensing and management of drivers in Jamaica, (already hired one) and I will be in Florida, running the business, banking and marketing end. What would be the best way to... Read more »
If user is going to send money using the app, they input their credit card, STRIPE charges the credit card and the money goes to my business bank account in the US. When this happens, the app shows a balance in the user’s APP account.
What you have described is a financial services company that operates exactly like a bank. Translation: Before you spend your money developing your "new" banking business you need to know that you are required to obtain a bank charter or some other official authorization from the state you are...Read more »
The U.S. Department of State offers general resources on this area. In terms of actual case law, you could contact their Office of the Legal Advisor to see if they might be able to offer direction in terms of locating decisions.
He traded me vehicles across state lines and they said I'm going to be arrested. The vehicle is already in my name and licensed, they said it's my fault and their soon can't have criminal charges brought against him for taking "his" car, which turns out to be his fathers because he's a minor, yet... Read more »
I have found out it went through a series of auctions one of which announced as an accident repair vehicle, it’s had non stop problems.! Purchased a premium extended warranty which paperwork shows, dealership claimed it was basic, on top of that it’s not getting fixed properly, incomplete... Read more »
This seems odd that a pre-existing property that pre-dates this copyright registration by an American company would be at any risk for legitimate lawsuit. How can an existing intellectual property be registered to a company whom has no legal contract or agreement with said owners, and furthermore... Read more »
You ask a very interesting question, but unfortunately, it is laden with too many factual issues to provide a clear answer. Your best bet is to study copyright infringement, and when derivative works are insufficiently indistinct from the original source material. There might also be contractual...Read more »
My nephews and brother in Colombia are asking me how is my financial situation, how much is my retirement pension, etc. I don't know if I am going to be treated fairly. The attorney is a personal friend of my nephew.
What action should I take? Pls give me your advice.
I assume there was a shipping receipt or written contract somewhere in this transaction. Reading the contract may answer your question. Transfer of title is a very complicated subject. I would seek help from a Maritime attorney in your area.
I was contacted by the Ward Gethin Archer law firm in London England that I received a 22k inheritance from a distant family member. Turns out its legit as my uncle and two cousins opened a new bank account and threw a few hundred in and each received the same amount of money evenly. They gave... Read more »
she's from Vietnam and he went to Vietnam and get married with her. When she came to Canada, she lived with him for about 1 years and she left him. they separated for over 5 years, and not divorce yet. he's Canadian and I'm international student and we have lived together for over 2 years, and we... Read more »
It isn't really a matter of a single treaty. There are many treaties and laws that impact how the sovereignty of countries is supposed to be respected in the international arena. They deal with many issues, from trade to human trafficking to the extradition of criminal defendants.
Without knowing all the details to this case it's difficult to give you a response. I'm also not sure what your question is. You have an attorney, so you should probably speak with the attorney to find out what happened and why they agreed to something that you were not aware of. Start there and if...Read more »
We are doing our own version of a court trial both prosecuting and defending different groups of people that were responsible for the holocaust. My group is in charge of defending the SS soldiers that carried out Hitler's orders without question. For our research and to help us present our case we... Read more »
Maritime law question....Could a ship flagged in a non-U.S. registered/flagged country (e.g. the Bahamas) have a doctor on board perform experimental procedures (say, for cancer) when in international waters that are not allowed in the U.S. ?
For expatriate crew members working in an airplane or ship in a Foreign Country, part of the income made there can be counted as an exclusion for the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE). However, when a crew member is performing their services over international waters, all the income made there... Read more »
You could contact the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to inquire if they know who performs the equivalent of their services in Asian countries. The charts I use identify the National Ocean Service Coast Survey as a reference (with additional inputs from the Army Corps of Engineers...Read more »
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