Texas Native American Law Questions & Answers

Q: my boyfiend is a pakistani and im an american... we want to marry but he cant enter USA. so how to get marriage licence

1 Answer | Asked in Native American Law, Family Law and Immigration Law for Texas on
Answered on Jan 26, 2018
Robert Donald Gifford II's answer
Most jurisdictions do not allow for marriage by proxy, but there would appear to be no prohibition of you traveling to him (or another country) to meet and marry. For you to have him to be able to enter the U.S., you will still need to go through immigration and file paperwork.

Q: I want to know how are people able to create gifs from copyright content and not be sued?

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Intellectual Property and Native American Law for Texas on
Answered on Aug 25, 2017
Will Blackton's answer
You've asked two different questions here:

(1) why aren't people who create gifs from copyright content sued and

(2) how can you create gifs and ensure you aren't sued.

To respond to the first question: someone has to enforce their interest in copyrighted content; if the person who owns the content doesn't find infringement or doesn't care about that particular infringement, they don't sue. Does Dan Harmon want to sue your grandma because she thinks Pickle Rick or Mr....

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