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Does a title becomes public when spoken at a Public Platform?
Public adjusters are regulated by the state department of insurance. The best way to determine what you need to do to become licensed to handle claims in your state is to con…tact your state insurance dept. The internet search will undoubtedly turn up a wealth of resources. Public adjusters in FL,CA NV will be required, to serve a 12 month apprenticeship under the direction of a licensed public adjuster, before taking the state licensing exam unless you are an attorney. Under a new state law in FL, a candidate must take and pass the Accredited Claims Adjuster Designation
Walmart opened in 1962 and in 1972 was available to the public by means of stock exchange.
Any photograph taken before 1923 is public domain. Google search this question and you will obtain much more information on the subject.
Certified Public Accountants or CPAs become certified by passing the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination and meeting state education and experience requirements fo…r a CPA.
Copyright law varies from country to country; in the USA, any song published before 1922 is in the public domain. Mostly, the copyright survives until the composer(s) die and …then for 75 years afterwards.
It depends what country it was created in. In members countries of the World Trade Organization, "the term of protection shall expire fifty years after the work has been made …available to the public with the consent of the author, or, failing such an event within fifty years from the making of such a work, fifty years after the making" according to article 7 of the Berne Convention. Berne is only a minimum, so the US and some others have extended this; US movies are protected for 95 years from publication or 120 years from creation, whichever comes first.
To be a notary public one has to be 18 years of age or older, be a legal California resident, complete a course of study, clear a background check, and complete a written exam…ination.
You must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the state in which you want to be a notary. Get the application for a notary commission from your state or from the nonprof…it National Notary Association (NNA). You also must pay a filing fee.
when it is for general public use
The name of the book, magazine, newspaper, etc.
Volunteer at local charities, working with marginalized populations. Go to law school. Become an intern at a local public defender's office. Do well in Criminal Law, …Criminal Procedure, Evidence, and Consitutional Law. Become a certified law student with your state's bar association, so you may argue cases with close supervision of an attorney. Clerk every summer. Fine-tune your research, writing, and advocacy skills. Take pre-trial and trial advocacy skills classes. Be confident, well-spoken, and persuasive. Be committed to public interest. Apply as a post-graduate clerk. Pass the bar exam. Land an interview. Amaze the interviewer with your advocacy and writing skills.
This is a complicated issue and the law varies in different jurisdictions. Research usually needs to be done on a case by case basis. Public roads are not usually transformed …into private roads because when the state or town abandons a road the reason is that it is no longer used. Briefly, the government entity with control over the road must officially abandon it in the public records. Generally, the road is abandoned to title holders in descending order. For example, a state road must be abandoned to the county (if there is county government), and the county abandons it to the town. If the road is no longer used, the town can abandon it to the abutters. By that process (generally) the fee to the land reverts to the landowners on each side up to the center line of the road. It is not converted to a private road. To determine the process in your jurisdiction you would need to consult with an attorney who is familiar with real estate law.
IBM, which used to be called Computing, Tabulating, Recording Corporation went public in 1916. It officially changed its name eight years later to International Business M…achines (IBM). By the end of the 1920's, IBM had quadrupled its original share price.