I was given a football jersey as an early Xmas / bday gift. I received and put the jersey on, that same day the gifter offered to hold onto the jersey until this Sunday. Now there’s been a completely unrelated disagreement and the gifter is claiming it to be their jersey and will not return it
This is something that a criminal defense attorney might know best, but you await a response for two weeks. There's no guarantee of a response (because this is something that few attorneys may be familiar with), but you could try reposting under the Criminal Law category. As a general matter,...Read more »
I am trying to open an overseas bank account. I have been asked by the bank to provide a "certified" copy of my passport and driving licence. They require confirmation that 'the copy is a true likeness' of the original. Can you advise on where I can get this done? Is this a... Read more »
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a starting point, you could contact the U.S. Department of State, the government agency that issues U.S. passports, to see if they might be able to offer guidance. Good luck
I was a member of a San Diego Metropolitan Credit Union(one was located on Naval Base S.D.) however, they were bought out by Wheelhouse Credit Union and they have no records of the cashier's check but the State does. Currently living in my home of record of Tenn.
A California attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. Most states have resources where people can search for their unclaimed funds online. Do a search for "unclaimed funds California." The search results should include official sites such as the State...Read more »
Yes, these kinds of rules are typically allowed (except for true service animals). Many HOAs have rules restricting the number of animals, weights, breeds, etc. even if you own the property. When you purchased the condo, you likely signed a document saying that you would agree to the HOA rules,...Read more »
Have passed, I was in contact with her and she always told me we would finish everything to wait and that court was postponed or rescheduled. I paid in full for my gross misdemeanor criminal case and completed the community service program that allowed it to be off my record. The agreement was she... Read more »
It isn't fully clear if you are seeking patent-related information or appraisal-related information. You mention a patent; if you are seeking information involving a patent, you could repost under the Patent category here. It seems like you may be seeking information relating to authenticating...Read more »
His waste pipe from his toilet connects to our main soil pipe and has cracks in it it has also damaged the main pipe we are both selling our houses and need to get it replaced can we just go ahead and replace it or do we need the neighbours permission
You may want to repost this in Real Estate and run it by an attorney who is familiar with practices and protocols in your area. If by a main soil pipe you mean the city main, residents don't generally need each other's permission to tap into such public pipes, but the configuration here...Read more »
Yes, this is a web site where Attorneys respond to questions and Attorneys are known for dealing with other people's poo poo, but that still does not make us plumbers or contractors. You need to ask this question of a plumber or septic tank specialist.
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. Don't do it. You can't tell it's abandoned by looking at it. Abandonment occurs when the rightful owner relinquishes their rights in property - the fact that it doesn't look valuable or that it...Read more »
No, a person cannot be convicted at a preliminary hearing. A preliminary hearing is not a hearing to determine guilt or innocence. It is a hearing to determine whether the commonwealth has sufficient evidence that a crime has been committed and that it is more likely than not that the charged...Read more »
A Maine attorney would be able to advise best on this, but your post remains open for four weeks. There's no guarantee all questions are picked up, but you could have better chances of a response if you reposted under the Landlord-Tenant category. Good luck
Might I suggest that you repost this for New Mexico under "probate" and "estate planning" so you get a response from some attorneys there. It must be done under New Mexico law since there is no will to probate here.
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