North Carolina Uncategorized Questions & Answers

Q: My aunt power of attorney is telling me I can not move in to the house but the deed to the house is in my name.

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized, Estate Planning and Real Estate Law for North Carolina on
Answered on Jan 15, 2016
Franchesco Donovan Fickey Martinez's answer
Hello Sir or Ma'am, A deed signifies legal ownership of property whereas a power of attorney is a legal instrument to allow another person to act in the place of someone else. Under the question you stated, your deed should mean that you own the home and have the power to move into the deeded home, assuming that there is not current contract or lease to the contrary. If your situation is confrontational, it would be wise to seek the advise and guidance of a local real estate attorney. An...

Q: What is statue 28.17

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Nov 8, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
http://law.justia.com/codes/north-carolina/2013/chapter-143b/article-8/section-77-143b-362

Q: How Do i find out when my court date is?

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Nov 8, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
Ask the clerk or your attorney.

Q: Im a girl that lives in north carolina what if i date and/or have sex with a 24year old could my parents put him in jail

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Nov 4, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
That depends upon the facts, you did not even state your age.

Q: If someone go to superior court what do that mean?

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Oct 5, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
It helps when you give a few facts and the context from which the question is asked. What has gone on so far?

Q: What information be provided regarding a federal case? I am looking for information on a case that was in Feb, 2015

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Oct 2, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
You can probably review the court file if you go to the clerk of the court and ask.

Q: Is cash considered personal property in NC?

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Sep 22, 2015

Q: I have court between 9 and 4 does this mean I have to be there at 9 or anytime between 9 and 4?

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Sep 2, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
You asked this a while ago. Have you found out by now?

Q: Does a gym in NC need a surety bond?

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Aug 19, 2015
Robert Jason De Groot's answer
The only answer that I can give is probably, without doing research into what the statutes say. Look up the NC statutes to find out.

Q: What can be done if someone does not give a rental company a TV back and not pay for it

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Jul 31, 2015
Adam Studnicki's answer
There could be civil and/or criminal consequences, depending on the circumstances. Best to talk to a local lawyer.

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Q: What was the legal issues inthe case klopfer v NC

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Mar 20, 2013
Rachel Lea Hunter's answer
If this is a homework assignment, you need to do your homework. Here is a link to the case: http://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/386/213/

Read it to find out what the issues are.

However, here is what the case seems to be about: By indefinitely postponing prosecution on the indictment over petitioner's objection and without stated justification, the State denied petitioner the right to a speedy trial guaranteed to him by the Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments of the Federal...

Q: Do I have to appear in court?

1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for North Carolina on
Answered on Mar 20, 2013
Rachel Lea Hunter's answer
If you are a defendant in a criminal case, then yes.

If you are victim/witness in a criminal case, probably yes, but you will have to discuss with the district attorney as to whether your presence is required.

If you are the plaintiff in a civil case, then yes, or you will risk dismissal of your lawsuit.

If you are a defendant in a civil case, the answer is it depends on who is suing you and what for. If its something like a credit card which you owe and have no valid...

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