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Who is responsible if a 16-year-old driving someone else's car hit and severely damaged your vehicle which was legally parked?
Answer It depends.... If the girl that hit your car has car insurance that covers her while driving another persons vehicle, go after her and her insurance compa…ny. But if not, go after the owner of the vehicle, they are responsible for the vehicle at all times. The insurance company doesnt care who is driving.
Keys to what? Possession of the keys themselves gives you a legal obligation to use reasonable care in not losing them, and to return them to the rightful owner upon r…equest. "Reasonable care" might vary if, for instance, you knew that one of the keys would open a locker full of gold. Your legal liability might also change if, for instance, you knew that the contents of the locker included stolen property or contraband. A great number of related issues could arise, depending upon the circumstances such as WHY you were holding the keys... (to keep them from driving drunk, because you accidentally took the wrong jacket, etc).
Yes you can to a certain point. You can joke around and insult someone but once you start thieving and messing with someone's property it becomes illegal. You can start a rumo…r about someone though
Yes, if you have a 'Power of Attorney.' This is often set up if a person is not available for a specific event, or item. I've drawn these up for people that need to sell a hou…se and the husband is deployed to another country. Without a Power of Attorney, it would not be legal on a document. People do sign for their spouses all the time though, that's not legal either, but it only matters if their spouse has a problem with it. Actually, it is legal for spouses to sign for each other. In the eyes of the law, a married couple is a legal unit. This is why one spouse is liable for debts of the other, even if the other spouse incurred the debts on his/her own and without the partner's knowledge.
If you're parking in their property e.g.: Their own driveway, garage, or a designated area which is part of their property, then yes most likely it's trespassing when you park… there. However, if you park at a street which is a public street, then the only restrictions that apply are those of the local government (the state, city, town .. etc). Someone doesn't have any legal support to ask someone to not park at a public parking because it's in front of there house. Out of courtesy, however, most people don't do it. But, again, it's totally legal and as long as it's public parking (street) you can park wherever you want following the rules of parking set by the government.
It is legal for you to park in front of someones house. What is illegal is if you block there driveway or partially block there driveway.
Give your friend the money for the ticket. They still have to pay the ticket, but at least in MD there are no points assessed against them since it isn't a moving viola…tion.
If you do not have a prescription for amoxocillin then it is illegal for you to be in possession of it..It is also illegal for someone else to give you their prescribed medica…tions...Although it is illegal the sharing of medications like antibiotics is rather common among friends and family...
I shoudln't think so. Not unless they have actually given you permission and it would be really breeching someones privacy if you dont have permission.
There is really no good reason to do it but some people do it just to be mean or evil.
Credit card blocking is a practice used by various merchants and service providers to ensure they will receive payment for goods or services received. It is very legal and can… be quite harmless provided you understand your card is being blocked and you have adequate coverage for your other needs.
If you're in the US, laws vary by state, so you need to check the homeschool law for your state. What is legal in one state may not be legal in another.
legal and no.
Unless they are parked on your private property - the street is a PUBLIC thoroughfare, maintained by everyone's tax dollars. Unless your municipality has some kind of time res…triction on how long one may park in a location, as annoying as (admittedly) it may be, ANYONE can park there. We are ALL taxpayers.
Call the police and have the car ticketed each and every time he does it. It will soon get too expensive to continue.
There is nothing wrong with that at all. The thing you cannot do is to present someone else's birth certificate as if it is yours.