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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: I was an apprentice for a shop for 3 years and was about to receive my piercing license but the owner and I had a disput

They did not allow me to obtain my license. This was 2011. What do I need to do to obtain my legal license for piercing? I do not want to go through an apprenticeship again since I still hold the knowledge. Hope you can help!

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jul 13, 2021

You must contact the Regulatory Agency in Nashville that handles such a License. They are the ones that issue the License.

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: So I am a tannate at a local apartment complex and we are getting fined and asked to take down patriotic flags. Thought?

Can they do this? this is the terms of the lease

"1. No signs, notices or advertisements shall be attached to or displayed by Lessee(s) on or about said premises.

2. Nothing shall be placed or kept on the outer sill or on the outside of any window and nothing shall be thrown... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jun 17, 2021

File a protest, and also notify the press, the American legion and the Tennessee Civil Liberties Union.

If enough press is thrown on this, could make them back down.

Note however patriotic would be the American Flag. Signs promoting one candidate or belittling another are not in...
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1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Products Liability and Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: Can you sell food in Tennessee past the use thru date printed on the package

Or if there are any loopholes that would allow litigation/investigation

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Aug 21, 2020

A Tennessee attorney could answer best but your question remains open for five weeks. You might look into whether the Tennessee Department of Agriculture or U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Nashville office could offer you input. In terms of litigation, if someone became ill from spoiled... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts, Public Benefits and Contracts for Tennessee on
Q: Pawn shop sold my items during state of emergency in tennessee what can i do
Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on May 18, 2020

You might consider filing a Civil Warrant for Conversion in General Sessions. The exact name of the Shop must be listed as Party Defendant, and you must properly serve it.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law and Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: Would Sonic Drive-in be considered a place where the public congregates?

My local Sonic has no restroom for the public, and even denies access to their employee restrooms to their paying customers

Bennett James Wills
Bennett James Wills answered on Jan 8, 2020

They are not required to provide a public restroom, nor are they required to permit a private person to use an employee bathroom unless several conditions are met pursuant to TCA 68-15-303.

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: Can the state of Arizona put a hold on my TN DL 20+ years later?

In 1997-1998 I received a speeding ticket in Scottsdale AZ while I was attending school . I paid the ticket before graduating and moving back to my home state of CA at the time . Now 20+ years later and a resident of TN for 10+ years the state of AZ has placed a hold on my license in TN and I... Read more »

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jan 4, 2020

Unless you have a paid in full receipt or a certified copy of the dismissed Citation, you will have to pay AZ, and copy TN DOS with your payment. That is a cheap amount of money to reinstate a TNDL.

1 Answer | Asked in Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: Can I get the evidence the d. A has against me before my hearing without a lawyer
Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Sep 26, 2019

You do not state what type of hearing you have. I seriously doubt you know how to ask for discovery, which is never everything anyway. Hire a competent attorney to represent you, as it looks like you are about to make an irreversible mistake. If you are at Sessions, then you usually do not... Read more »

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Q: I was just denied after my hearing should I keep fighting or start over
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on May 23, 2019

Consult your local Legal Services Legal Aid. Usually it's worth an appeal but I'm not seeing any details and it's best you get with legal services.

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Public Benefits for Tennessee on
Q: If I found to not be the father after two years should I still have to pay arrears and pay back the state for tanf?

I already went to court and they said I am responsible for paying back child support and tanf that the mother received but DNA proved I am not the father

Leonard Robert Grefseng
Leonard Robert Grefseng answered on Dec 1, 2016

I would not agree to pay the arrears just because the child support attorney said you have to - only if the JUDGE said you have to. ( your question doesn't say exactly who it is that told you). Obviously, it seems very unfair for you to have to pay support for a child that is not yours, but... Read more »

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