If I have a medical exemption that allows me to have 5% tint on my car windows, but I want to avoid the inevitable - being pulled over left and right by police officers because of my tint just to end up showing them my medical exemption, but I still end up late, harrassed, perhaps with a ticket for... Read more »
Petition the MVA to adopt a regulation that allows the MVA to create and issue a decal you can affix to the exterior of the car notifying the law enforcement that the vehicle owner has a certified medical waiver for tinted windows. It would have to have an expiration date corresponding to the...Read more »
Estate assets total $11,552. Allowable funereal expenses are $4,398, applicable family allowances are $10,0000 and filing fee is $100 for total expenses of $14,498. Estate assets are $2,946 less than allowable expenses.
Section 8-105 of the Estates & Trusts Code governs priority of payments from an estate:(a) If the applicable assets of the estate are insufficient to pay all claims in full, the personal representative shall make payment in the following order:
If you are not seeking alimony, a monetary award, a share of his pension or retirement, or property division, you can file in your state of residence; or if you are seeking any of those things, you may need his consent to, or waiver of, personal jurisdiction in your state of residence. If he...Read more »
You should not be going to a jury trial without a lawyer. if you have a lawyer, you should be asking this question of your lawyer. It is not uncommon for prosecutors to play hardball with plea offers, steadily ratcheting up the seriousness of the crimes they are willing to let a defendant plead...Read more »
It is unusual, and weird, and a good reason to pass on this rental and look elsewhere. Not enough facts to determine whether there's any illegal discriminatory purpose in the strange request, but this does not sound like a landlord you want to be stuck in a lease with for a year.
There's no law against it. In a custody dispute between two parents, such an arrangement (among many other factors) may be considered in deciding which parent can provide the best home environment to their children. Your question has too few facts to place it into any legal context. In poor...Read more »
About 8 of us are heirs to a small piece of property in Vance County North Carolina with a value of approximately $7,000. Can the heirs convey their interest to a single heir using the quit claim process and then the single heir sell the property to a non-heir/unrelated person using a warranty deed?
Any of that could happen, but you need to consider what needs to be done. A derivation of title clause for the heirs' source of title must be drafted and placed in the legal description. An affidavit may need to be recorded first. Quit Claim Deeds convey the estates, but Warranty Deeds also...Read more »
Mike is our landlord. Jeff rents the house from him and his name is on the lease. Jeff is subletting to me, and two other roommates. Jeff moved out but is still on the lease. We have been sending him rent money and utility money to pay the landlord and utilities (in his name). We found out today he... Read more »
It sounds to me like you need to get out in front of this with the landlord as well as the sub landlord. It might be a good idea to review the lease between Mike and Jeff to see if he had the right to sublet. It is likely that you may be evicted, and if the PEPCO bill is in your name, you might...Read more »
yet my loan servicer has stated that my loan is insured by them and that I have a conventional loan. I paid UFMIP at closing and monthly MIP which is required for an FHA in my monthly statements, how can the mortgage now all of a sudden be a conventional loan? The UFMIP was close to 9k alone,... Read more »
Dig out your loan application and your loan approval letter(s), then look at the actual lender documents, deed of trust and promissory note your signed. That will govern. Mortgage insurance premiums can be required for conventional mortgages as well as FHA mortgages, and generally are for...Read more »
Rocketlawyer.com set up my business as a close corp (their error) and they sent an amendment to the state of Maryland to change it to a stock corporation. The state of MD accepted the amendment but it still says "close" on their website. So is it possible to change a close corp. to a... Read more »
Electing "close corporation" status does not alter the fact that a close corporation is also a "stock" corporation, as you put it. The benefit of electing "close" status is that a smaller corporation with fewer stockholders can maintain corporate status and management...Read more »
The defendant is my son who hates me enough to murder me and failed. I provided $300.00 to the purchase of the dog, "Bear", paid for over $2000.00+ medical bills, paid for all but eight? bags, of dog food, poop bags, treats, cared for him twenty-four hours a day even when my murderess son... Read more »
Assuming that the case was litigated in district court, an appeal could be taken to the circuit court within 30 days. However, it is not clear from the question if the time to file an appeal from the original judgment (as opposed to the decision in the contempt/show cause hearing) has passed....Read more »
The age of consent in Maryland is 16. There is no written consent form. It is still illegal for and adult to have sexual relations with someone under 18 when the adult is in a supervisory capacity, such as a teacher, coach, counselor, etc.
You would need to check with the MVA. If there is a flag on your license, they will not let you renew it. In addition, you can look up the charge on Maryland Judiciary Case Search to see if your license was suspended as a result of this. Eventually, you are going to have to deal with the ticket or...Read more »
The Hicks court opinion (from which the "rule" gets its nickname) only applies to the circuit court criminal rule of procedure that contains the 180 day trial deadline limit, and there is no corresponding 180 day deadline for trial in District Court, so no, the rule only applies in...Read more »
The bus was stopped in traffic with vehicles in front and behind. I was turning to exit off 140 as were a sting of other vehicles. As we approached the end of the intersection we came upon traffic which had a bus in the middle with it's lights on. The vehicle in front of me? They absolutely... Read more »
The IRS requires employers to file a Form W-2 for each employee by February 1 following each tax year. If an employer fails to send out on time, the IRS may fine the employer $50, plus penalties for improperly filing a W-2, such as providing incorrect information on the form. You may report your...Read more »
Came and reached in my car to turn it off, did the HGN and arrested me. I am almost deaf so I didnt understand what they were saying with their masks on. They say I had slurred speech and a faint smell of alcohol on my breath. No breathalyzer test and they say I refused 2 and 1/2 hours after my... Read more »
Depending on more details, and to the extent you can prove the 2-1/2 hours and are measuring it correctly from the point the clock starts to run, and opposing contentions as testified to or documented by the police officers (and their body cams), you may have several defenses. However, it is not...Read more »
You are not the one suffering damages or wrongs in this scenario; you're girlfriend is. Therefore, it is up to your girlfriend to take action. If her ex-boyfriend's behavior is criminal, she can file criminal charges. If his behavior otherwise meets the definition of harassment,...Read more »
Although the EEOC has not directly answered the question, it appears vaccine mandates by employers are permissible, subject to some obligation to accommodate an employee's religious beliefs or disability (under the Americans With Disabilities Act) that precludes their vaccination. If an...Read more »
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