Assume I'm the owner of the restaurant and separately am an Executive Director of the nonprofit. I would not charge a rental fee to the nonprofit, but I would be profiting off food and beverage sales. Does this violate Section 4941 of the IRC?
The fact you were unable to physically move your car will probably not be a defense to dismiss the ticket. However, sometimes, a parking ticket is written defectively (missing some info or containing inaccurate description, etc.), which can be a ground for dismissal. Also, you can dispute the...Read more »
Your post covers a number of categories but it remains open - maybe because a specific question is not included. But it looks like something that an immigration attorney could have insight into. If that's the case, one option is to repost and include Immigration Law as a category; another is...Read more »
Congratulations on the settlement of your case. As for the liens, unfortunately, they can take time to process. Some city agencies take 90 days or 120 days just to confirm liens. Additionally, liens are sometimes assigned to vendors halfway across the nation handling the subrogation liens in a...Read more »
You may need to consider consulting with two separate attorneys here, one for your landlord-tenant rights and one for the personal injury rights. As for the injury-based aspects, you could reach out to firms that handle mold - toxic exposure type cases. These cases can be more difficult than...Read more »
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks - especially on such an important matter. There are attorneys who deal with public assistance matters and appeals who could probably advise best, but until one comes across your question, another option at this point could be to reach out to...Read more »
I had an interview in NY office and my brain just frozen due to unexpected questions about my past marriage (through which I got green card), as that marriage was wreck, it took me 5 years to finally forget it and I couldn't answer simple questions to which I should have an answer. I passed... Read more »
Sounds like this is a good time to get an experienced immigration attorney. The scenario you have presented indicates that you may be charged with marriage fraud. If this occurs your naturalization will be denied and you may be referred to the immigration court for removal proceedings. You will be...Read more »
Yes, your child can be removed by ACS without court involvement. ACS has emergency removal powers that allows the agency to use its own discretion to remove children even before a case is brought to court. The case should then be filed in court in a few days.
The federal registration symbol, ®, may be used once the mark is actually registered in the USPTO. Even though an application is pending, the registration symbol may not be used before the mark has actually become registered.
I have asked questions to the dental surgeon about the operation and insurance coverage. At a certain point the surgeon said that they will not remove the tooth because they dont "feel well". I asked for an explanation, but the surgeon went away and refused to answer more questions. I... Read more »
As a general rule, physicians may choose who they will treat. But there are additional elements, such as whether the situation is an emergency, or there is a contractual relationship. Additionally, a medical professional may not decline treatment based on reasons that amount to discrimination....Read more »
Your question remains unanswered in this category. There's no guarantee all posts are ultimately picked up, but if you wanted to repost and add Landlord-Tenant and Real Estate as categories, you could have better chances of a response. Good luck
So long as the warrant is legal, and the search does not greatly exceed the scope of the warrant, then yes, whatever the feds find can be used as a basis of prosecution. A search which greatly exceeds the scope of a warrant would be like where the warrant orders the federal agents to search for...Read more »
Mother and infant are residents of NY and father lives in FL. She filed for child support in NY and has been unsuccessful in serving the father in FL. Once he found out he then went and filed a support case against himself in Miami Dade court to bring the case down to FL and said the mother has no... Read more »
It sounds like something an experienced civil litigation attorney should be able to handle. If they have experience in dealing with municipal agencies such as water, building, environmental, etc., that could be helpful. Good luck
The question certainly may present a conflict if that prior case involved family law in a family court. If that was the case, then the conflict is that the attorney can use information gained from the father and use it either for or against the father. However, if the case was something else in a...Read more »
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