Yes, if the child born in the US.
yes no one has the right to put nicknames they cant tease a guy without a law
You do not state whether this appeared on a criminal background check or a drivers license record check.Either way - If you have truly NEVER been charged with the offense - not simply found NOT guilty, I would strongly suggest you retain the services of an attorney. Although bureaucratic errors DO...
A very simple reason, money. They are a good source of revenue for the government, information supported by the latest increase in traffic penalties fees within the new budget.
Cambridge law college is the best college for law in UK. You can also go with the Oxford college for law its also among the best law college.
That depends on the state, and possibly also the county or otherlocal jurisdiction.
because some of they dont have cars
No. A child must be 18 before they can make that decision without a court order.
No but is recorded on a data bass
Margaret Thatcher thought it was "quite wrong" for immigrants to get council houses ahead of "white citizens".
because you touch yourself at night
Cargo Insurance contracts cover Hauliers, shipping companies and airlines etc. against claims for goods lost or damaged in transit.
A father may be awarded custody in cases where the court feels it would be in the child's best interests to be placed with him.
The one you live in - go home! It doesn't matter where you go, the police will still be looking for you and the people helping you will still risk being charged for helping a runaway. You are not gaining anything on running away. If you are being abused at home you can call the Child Protective...
Depends if its a proper eviction notice and its due to unpaid rent then as the note suggests 3 days. If its not due to rent most states require a longer period. If they haven't gone through the proper eviction procedure, well legally you can stay until they do. If they don't have a reason to...
That depends on whether or not the non-custodial parent is a minor and prevailing law in the state where you live. Contact a family law attorney in your area for specific information.
There's no such thing as an ''illegal immigrant'', a human being can't be illegal.
Your question is incomplete
In Florida and South Carolina, if there are repairs that are essential for you to maintain habitation in your dwelling, you must give at least seven days notice in writing, before the next rent is due, that you will be paying for certain repairs if they don't do it for you, and then offset from the...
No. It is not legal for anyone, anywhere, to own a koala as a pet.
yes, because you are still stealing which is against the law.
If the child stays one size, then you could expect a set of clothes in the fall and in the spring ( cold weather/warm weather) plus casual and dress shoes for school. Depends on the norm for the type of clothes the child needs and wants to wear. From experience, it is best to find a golden mean,...
Yes, if by DNA you are determined to be the biological father.
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, [Oklahoma], South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia.
It does not at the moment appear to be a murder. He was dead in his swimming pool.
Be polite, show respect, and listen.
It will depend on the laws of the state in question. In some cases the will may make allowances for that.
The Senate is must confirm the appointments made by the President.
In my state, Washington, yes. (And I believe that would hold true for other states as well.) You would file an antiharassment petition with the district justice court in your county (the name of the court varies by state). Electronic communication is included in Washington's antiharassment statue ...
No. The status of being legitimate refers to a child born to parents who are legally married . In the past, a child born out of wedlock was at a legal disadvantage regarding inheritance from her/his father and other rights. That status is no longer significant in the United States since Supreme...
If your question has to do with the legal name of the association, the Articles of Incorporation list that name. There may be an informal name used to describe the association that the board uses in informal situations, which should be used with consistency.
Yes, there is a statute of limitations for theft in North Carolina.If it is a felony or a malicious misdemeanor, there is nolimitation. If it is another type of misdemeanor, it would be twoyears.
Under the Tenant Security Deposit Act, a landlord of a residential rental property can collect a security deposit of 2 weeks' rent if the tenancy is week to week, 1 1/2 months' rent if the tenancy is month to month, or 2 months' rent if the tenancy period is greater than month to month (such as a...
Depends on the laws in your current state or region. Most likely, you will get a ticket or a fine of sorts. Just to be safe, don't do it. Most bus loadings only take like a minute, so just wait it out, and if you are really in a rush, then just hope they don't report you, which I doubt they will
The Armenian Genocide affected the Armenian population by murdering 1,500,000 Armenians, orphaning 300,000 Armenians who were adopted by Turks and Kurds, sent 400,000 refugees Eastern Armenia (Russian Empire), and left another 400,000 scattered across the globe mostly in the midde east. Many ancient...
The vehicle to the right has right-of-way.
Under the present law it really doesn't matter how many vehicles you own. However, if you own more than $15,000 in assets - this includes vehicles - than 2% of your total assets will be considered as part of your income.
No, it should not be harder to get a divorce, but much harder to get married.
Well your married already so its stupid to get married again.
If there is a visitation order or if you were once married to whom you had a child with you can not move with out concent from a judge. You have to file the request to move and they have to notify the other parent of your request. The other parent has the right to fight you from being able to move...
Research your states Criminal Codes and Procedures. These can usually be found on the courts websites, librarys, or internet search engine.
My brother married a girl from the Philippines in the Philippines. They were both previously divorced. She is a Philippine citizen. He is a US citizen. I do not know whether this will apply to your situation but it sounds similar. You might want to check with the British consulate there to be sure.
The publisher is explicitly stating that at that time, they had the rights to print it. It's not completely necessary to spell it out like that, so they're being extra careful.
No. I doubt you are the only one in the world with that last name. You don't own your last names unless you patented it. A unmarried father have rights to his child if he proved paternity in court. Not otherwise.
in almost all states except for i think two
mostly by boat but not really by plane
No. A minor's signature on an affidavit has no legal meaning as they cannot enter in to such contracts until they reach the age of majority (in Arizona, 18). However the child does have the right to write to the judge with jurisdiction over the case requesting a change or modification to the...
Depends on the judge. Not likely but it's VERY possible
pine, oak, rhododendron, poplar, walnut, and larch
Last time I renewed my license in Montana they didn't, but that was 2006
Life sentencing normally 25 year but some times it can be until they are classed safe to the public.
A separation does not dissolve a marriage in Maryland. Any married couple must obtain a divorce if they wish to end their marriage legally. A separation does not dissolve a marriage in Maryland. Any married couple must obtain a divorce if they wish to end their marriage legally. A separation does...
it means a situation that needs law and order if that makes sense such as in a court house u need order if you committed a crime you need to be punished by law if you committed a crime and is in court then u r in law and order situation
no, not for Australia if that's the case. But it does require for some countries
business law and ethics is law with ethics people must have good morals and obey the law.
well who is injured that is wat i need to know but if it is the tennant and if ur injured by someyhing that comes from his part or something of his well i have a 60 percent that u can sue him or if it the landlord well if the injury was caused by u u can get a 70 percent sue
Copyright lasts for the life of the creator plus 70 years.
If the daughter has been found to be a unfit mother along with the father of your grandchild, he can apply for custody but so can you. Otherwise the child will end up in foster care or with another relative, maybe on the fathers side. If however the teen parents have no problems the court would not...
The United Kingdom is not part of the Schengen Area. UK visas are not valid for the Schengen area. Whether you need a Schengen visa or not depends on your nationality.
You will need to check with a lawyer in your jurisdiction, as the nature of failure to pay child support debt varies from state to state. At the very least, I suspect that you can have a lien placed against your property/home for the amount of back child support (i.e. liens indicate debt owed when...
Ireland use child labor. I would imagine most shops in third world countries do. The little kids are hungry and don't have any schools to go to so they might as well spend their time doing something useful and making some money so that they can feed themselves and not die of starvation. If you find...
If the landlord furnished to tenant the window blinds, then he has the obligation to replace them if they fail, unless the tenant broke them.
well as i can say the landlord because its thetre house so if any thing is wrong they repair it thats wat i am use to unless u did it and its ot in his hands
A "Green Card" is the old term of a US Permanent Resident Visa. However, the Permanent Resident Visa is now no longer printed on green paper, nor is it credit-card sized. It's a historical term for the visa.
That depends on state law where you reside. Consult an attorney for more information.
In the United States, once a Family Court has ruled on child support, you are required to pay that amount even if you are disputing or filing for a re-adjustment. That is, you will owe the amount the Court has dictated up to the point where it issues a new settlement order. You CANNOT stop payments...
Generally not. This is the reason why it's important to have renters insurance: if you do and a fire or disaster breaks out in your insurance company will pay for sheltering and even the cost of relocating if it will be impossible for you to move back in. Otherwise, the landlord has no...
Child support is paid to meet the needs of a child. If the child needs a cell phone, yes.
The USPTO granted a total of 247,727 patents from 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2011, including Reissue Patents, Plant Patents, Design Patents, and Utility Patents.
one is violent. the other is not.
Only with the other parent's and the courts permission.
When, in the opinion of the court, granting the father custody would be in the best interests of the child.
A US citizen can marry a non citizen on tourist visa provided the marriage is genuine and the alien didn't enter US with the sole intent of marrying and settling in US thus committing a visa fraud. So its important : for the marriage to happen in good faith.tourist should not hastily marry within...
Generally, yes. However, the US does not recognize polygamy, and most states do not recognize same sex marriage.
If you're living in the US and you are a US citizen, you can apply for a CR-1/IR-1 spouse visa. That will allow your spouse to live in the US permanently (at least as long as they're married to you). After three years, assuming you stay married, they can apply for naturalization and become a US...
As long as you are in process of renuing your status
Yes, it does. Once in a while, California will execute a murder with lethal injection.
Yes. But there is always the possiblilty of liability for any accident which may occur due to negligent driving techniques.
No it will not. He knows how much he has to pay so he knows if he can afford more children or not.