You would need to check with them as to who their databases are shared with and who has access to them. But even if it was to show up in a search, there is no fault or wrongdoing in being a victim. Good luck
A Tennessee attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for four weeks. As a general matter, if it was a public campground with park rangers having jurisdiction in the area, they probably could for a justifiable reason. For a private facility, it might depend on the facts -...Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could best advise, but your question remains open for two weeks. Is it possible you mean a "HIPAA" release? If so, that is a form that a patient must sign before their health information can be shared with others. Good luck
A disabled person who is unable to manage their affairs may not be competent enough to execute a valid Power of Attorney. Instead, if someone is incompetent without a pre-existing Power of Attorney the family usually needs to seek legal guardianship through the courts.
Well, was it a cat or a car? Could be important evidence impacting your credibility, if you cannot tell the difference. Go to the Los Angeles County Superior Court website and look up the small claims rules.
We bought a house that needs a lot of TLC from (seller) relative with both sides agreeing to increase loan value for repairs and expenses of seller (for exterior paint done and unfinished kitchen upgrade) We believed the seller will keep the agreement because seller is a family. However, after... Read more »
First, you listed this in "uncategorized." If you want attorneys to review this in their specialty area, you need to list properly under "real property." Next, your verbal agreement is worth the paper it is written on, particularly with respect to a real property transfer....Read more »
A California attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Unless dockage in the slip was covered in the sales contract, or the seller made arrangements for continued berthing as a courtesy, it's possible the facility is within its rights to order removal of the boat....Read more »
Unsure of your question. Title is not transferred until the State DOS issues a new Certificate of Title. You can claim an ownership interest in a forfeiture proceeding if you timely assert your claim. Getting sued in tort for a wreck is sometimes defended if actual possession is not transferred...Read more »
It depends what kind of paperwork. In terms of general information out there, many public records have found their way online in various forms. If this is in connection with a background check for employment, depending on the information you seek, you may want to consider contacting an employment...Read more »
I was required to discontinue from master's so applied for diploma, undergraduate level in same field and got accepted. The university later asked me to discontinue since, I was later asked to discontinue because I demanded more transfer credits from my previous degree. I was told that I... Read more »
You could repost this in the Education Law, Contract Law, and Civil Litigation sections. There's no guarantee that all posts are picked up - if you don't receive a response, you could reach out to attorneys in those sections under the Find-a-Lawyer tab or search for attorneys...Read more »
He had gave it to me because I had lend him 3,000 dollars so in exchange he told me to keep his green card. It was irresponsible of me by letting our child play with several of my cards and his green card, and I had informed him a month ago about it no being able to find it but he didn’t do any... Read more »
You have already done too much letting your child play with the green card, there is nothing more that you can do. His lawsuit is not going to go anywhere. What is he going to do? Spend $500 in filing fees to file for unlimited or limited jurisdiction in Superior Court or spend $50 to file a...Read more »
Recently my boyfriend and I were hanging out and my mom didn’t like it , sooner she found out we were engaging in sexual activity. He is 21 and I am 16. We did confide in the 16-24 Law policy in Florida, and I did consent without a doubt. My mom says if she sees him or if I talk to him she will... Read more »
There is a close-in-age exception which probably applies in your case, if that's what you mean. But your mother may well be able to get him in trouble under other criminal statutes, so stay away from him.
I had claimed a mini fridge and a microwave that had been abandon I cleaned it up and brought it to a common area in my workplace for people to use an argument happened between a few co workers and in the process the microwave had been destroyed and the mini fridge had been damaged severely even... Read more »
You could look into small claims or speak with an attorney in the state where you're situated. Handling it yourself in small claims would be the cheapest route. It's a personal decision - but something to think about is the value of avoiding a lawsuit against people you work with day in,...Read more »
It would depend on the program. If you get a certification from some place that no employer knows then don’t expect much weight to be given to it. You are better off going somewhere local and interning at a firm to get experience.
how do you check on a application for concealed permit after you have taken the written test , fire range test, finger printing and paid application at driver station. also after filing appeal on purchase of a hand gun denial?
If you filed the Appeal, really a Declaratory Judgment Action, the State must put on grounds to continue the denial or agree to the issuance. Usually a cryptic charge with a date is given the applicant. Apparently something is wrong and you need an attorney.
Boat Slips are usually rented to the boat owners, unless they are on a private dock. He needs to contact the slip owner/ maintenance company, to negotiate the terms of the slip rental. Remember to tell him: "A boat is a hole in the water into which you pour money." and "The...Read more »
You hit them all. Those three are what would be covered in a first-year law school torts class. You could go on to identify other types of liability on different levels, such as vicarious liability, joint and several liability, enterprise liability, etc. But those are conceptually different and...Read more »
Me and my family have put a lot of time and money into keeping up my nieces gravesite and it's all been taken off due to my sister's mother in law being mad about something someone else In my family did. I feel as if she is taking it out on the gravesite and it is extremely disrespectful... Read more »
I mistakenly sent bankruptcy correspondence to the district insurance coordinator instead of my insurance forms. Can I legally ask her not to share that information throughout her office to her colleagues?
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