Can a store deny entry to someone who has a legitimate medical condition for not wearing a mask, who's doctor agrees that wearing a mask would cause this person harm, and is receiving disability for this condition?
An Oregon attorney could advise best here, as this could involve state measures, as well as federal measures, arising as a result of the pandemic. But the post remains open for two weeks - it's possible an attorney with insight into ADA and disability issues could have better insight into this...Read more »
More details would be needed here for an attorney to respond - at least some basic information about the type of matter involved. Or if it is something you don't wish to post on a public forum, you could contact attorneys in your area directly. Good luck
Your question is a bit confusing. You have no legal obligation to report anything to the Police if you do not wish to. Once reported however, control of the matter is out of your hands and the district attorney will decide whether they wish to proceed with criminal charges (though they may have...Read more »
I can only find Subcontractor Agreements online not a single General Contract agreement that the Subcontractor is presenting to the General. Does such a contract not exist? What protections can the Subcontractor have against the General Contractor?
my siblings sabataged my duties as claiming sucessor by delaying a sale by acussing me of murder to begin with,then getting the buildings pulled off the market twice,costing 17 months out of 24 then turned around and sued me for partition,i was removed as manager and all rent money taken before a... Read more »
You simply can't put something this complex on a website, summarize what happened and ask a question and expect a decent answer. No competent Attorney is going to try to answer something this complex. They will need to sit down with you and review everything that happened and advise you and...Read more »
i live in portland oregon and like to go out. On walks, to the taco bell with friends, hikes, lots of things. I am 15 and I bought a multitool. It has a fire starter, seatbelt cutter, glass smasher, flashlight, etc. but the biggest question is the knife it has. The knife is 3.5 inches long, about... Read more »
Depending upon what you mean by your son abusing you, you may qualify for a elder-disabled person restraining order. You would be well served by consulting an attorney to determine your rights and whether applying for such a restraining order is likely to be successful. If so, the police will...Read more »
Sorry bad speller but under deal andy official who has tKen an oath of office has relinquished their american citizenship and are loyal to united nations which makes them foriners and under contatution foriners can't try a american on American soil
I am having a very hard time understanding exactly what you are asking here. Who are you talking about? Do you think that all citizens take an oath as to the united nations and are thus foreigners in your opinion? If that is the case, you are quite wrong.
You did not give enough facts here. What was the purpose?
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