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Does anyone know what the law guidelines are for California right of first refusal when pertaining to family law?
"This note is legal for all debs, public and private", right? That was added to money when the government seized the gold reserves that backed the money. Money used to mean th…at it was something you could trade in for something real - gold or silver. The government decided to back it - by their good word. (You may know how good the government's word is by calculating the difference between $35 an ounce in 1933 to the current price in 2010 - $1,096. The value of the gold is the same, the value of the government's "word" has plummeted.) The line had to be added to the money, because otherwise, most woulld have refused to use it, prefering "real" money of gold or silver. The law still exists. But there are some things people don't realize. Such as buying things at a store not counting as "debt". The law - as amended in the sixties - requires creditors to accept cash, but not private stores or citizens.
You can refuse a field sobriety test and that is your right and you cannot be punished from refusal alone. If you refuse a blood or urine or breathe test then you automaticall…y have your driver's license suspended for a year.
Florida law does not give anyone the right-of-way the law only says who must give up the right-of-way?
LAWS PERTAINING TO JOSE RIZAL * Republic Act 1425 provides for the mandatory study of Jose Rizal's life and works in all colleges and universities of the Philippin…es, particularly the study of his novels, "Noli Me Tangere" and "El Filibusterismo." * Republic Act 229 mandating the proper celebration of every 30th of December of each day as Rizal Day in every municipality and chartered city.
The question must mean "unjust" in the opinion of the individual(s) violating them. Depending on the way the "refusal to obey" manifests itself it would either be a crime or… it would be civil disobedience
Law is enforceable but guidelines are only an indicator.
Yes, but they'll take you down the station then. Another View: I believe that in ALL states, when you are issued your driver's license you are either required to sign a docum…ent, OR it is already worded into statute, that by accepting your license you have given your consent to being tested for drugs and alcohol in connection with the operation of your vehicle. Therefore, you can refuse all you want to, but you will suffer the consequences for doing so.
These matters may even be further delineated in the county in which you reside. I believe the best way to go about asking for a change would be to contact your county's family… court division and ask them directly, as each county's procedure may be different and it might be difficult to get an exact answer here unless you post the county and happen to get someone with the firsthand knowledge of that county. Good luck! Added: In any case, if there are circumstances showing that the judge does not have the ability to be unbiased, you file a motion to recuse the judge. Typically, you cannot request a change of judge without some sort of bias. Generally, allowing litigants to "judge shop" or hand pick their judge is against court policy.
Nuremberg code in 1946 - by germany
Free legal advice on family law in California can be found in several places. There are Self-Help Services available at most Superior Courthouses. Also there are legal aid ser…vices throughout California that offer excellent free advice. LawHelp is a good source for online basic family law information.
Minors do not have many rights in California. However, they do havea right to medical privacy and they have a right to have a parentor lawyer available if being questioned by …authorities.
In State Laws
The right to cure in California law allows the borrower ,who is indefault of the mortgage, to pay the amount due on the mortgage, andall costs and expenses. This must be done …between the time theforeclosure notice is filed and 5 days before the foreclosure sale.
* Meet with your attorney to review issues you should address in mediation. * Discuss the issues the other party may raise; ask your attorney how to answer these is…sues and for alternative solutions. * Ask your attorney about the mediator's techniques (e.g., searching for common goals, focusing on the child, or role-playing) * These are the main things you should focus on in mediation: * The goal is to determine what is best for the child. * To achieve the desired outcome, you must convince the other party and the mediator that your suggestions are truly in the child's best interest. * You should be prepared to explain why the issues you want addressed in mediation are vital to the child's best interest. * Mediate in good faith (no secret agendas). * Mediation is not the place to make the other party look bad. * You should not buy into the other party's hostility or accusations about issues unrelated to the child; You should tell the other party (in front of the mediator) that you there to talk about co-parenting, not why the marriage failed. * If the parents have different perceptions about the child's wants, you should ask the mediator to meet with the child (assuming the mediator has not already announced plans to do so). * If the child is old enough to understand, discuss your plans with the child so that the child feels like he or she is part of the process and is not being ignored. (This is particularly important for teenagers.) * Be prepared to correct any misperceptions by the other party regarding the client's household, the needs of the child, or you r ability to parent. * If you are anxious about the mediation process, consider role-playing the mediation with your attorney or someone else who has been through the process. * Find out if information revealed in mediation is not confidential and may be reported to the court. Talk to your attorney on how to avoid topics that may prove detrimental (such as, "This topic is not relevant to the child."). * Take notes during mediation so you can give your attorney a written summary of important statements made by the other party, yourself, and the mediator. * Do not to sign any documents produced during the mediation session until your attorney has reviewed them.