Generally speaking, yes. But 30 % refers to when you are eligible for your first Parole
Board Hearing, which you may or may not be successful at. Many Prisoners go at least to two Parole Boards prior to being released. Remember Parole is not easy either. You will want to closely...Read more »
The second question doesn't mention anything about money. If the person saying this does not intend to have a second date and wants to fool the guy for only giving them money for a dinner date for $50 then ghosting them. Is this illegal?
Possibly. The term "prostitution" is not defined in Michigan law, which means the ordinary meaning of the word applies. Right or wrong, prostitution is ordinarily defined as an act a female may engage in. Your question suggests it's the female setting the terms; she could be engaging...Read more »
We own a house on 2221 w 106 st Cleveland 44102. We do not live there. When the street was being swept on April 13, our tenant could not park there, so he parked on the front lawn. Cleaning was from 8 am to 5 pm. The inspector said the car was there at 1:40 pm. There was no grace period.The shared... Read more »
It's unclear what you have been cited for, and we certainly cannot speak to the motives of the government in citing you, but considering you've been summonsed to court I would suggest you hire an attorney.
Without the agreement or any more information, this might be a fair start:
Generally, when YOU sign a contract with a car dealer, the agreement oftentimes says it is an 'offer' from YOU to the dealer. So if the dealer never signed, and sold to someone else, no contract was formed...Read more »
Vehicle was held in garage included in rent was told vehicle had to be removed and every attempt to do so was denied and garage was not accessible without keys I didn’t have available vehicle was towed while I was at work and company information was denied to me along with whereabouts of my car... Read more »
It depends on the specific charge being brought. You citation should state the code section under which you are being charged. Look that up and it will reference the level of the offense and refer you to the penalty statute. Pull that up and it will tell you the penalties you are subject to....Read more »
Dancing in front of a cop and it has a book that someone was writing on it and a car a burned orange color rodeo but it s got sandersons the writer and Peterson's name on it . And a girl teacher and her mom and dad making her do things to these immigrants. Wow what should I do
He was cheating w his ex while I was working. I bought him alot of expensive stuff on my credit cards but he was just using me to get stuff he couldn't pay for..he moved out and in with his ex and now I'm packing up his stuff to give to him...do I have to give him the things I bought him... Read more »
He has demolished the inside of the house and made it inhabitable. We can not agree on anything and he will not meet with the realtor or give me access to the property. I had to pay the taxes for the past three years because he did not. He was three years behind. What are my options? Can I take... Read more »
Depending on the background facts, you may want to involve law enforcement. You are essentially looking for an injunction / civil protection order. I suggest speaking with a local attorney about your options and the procedural requirements.
My friend is between permanent living spaces and is using my address to receive mail temporarily. She just renewed her drivers license online and used my address. Can she damage my credit or access my personal finances in any way now that she is recognized as living here on a NYS document?
It would seem unlikely, without having more sensitive personal information such as social security number, mother's maiden name, or things of that nature that most financial institutions use as safeguards. Additionally, there are certain formalities observed in transferring ownership of a...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 »
When a person dies without a will, the state's statutes apply to determine who is awarded the possessions of the deceased. Generally speaking the state's statutes state that the deceased's possessions go to specified family members. For example, this could be the deceased's...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.
Unfortunately, we aren't likely to know this here. It's something to check with the manufacturer or distributer. And dealing with boiling water, it's something you want to get right for safety reasons. Good luck,
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