What would you like to do?
Answer You just can't place your loan in someone else's name. That other person has to get his/her own loan for the car and pay off your loan.
If you have your business equipment stole on someone else's property who is responsible for the loss?
Answer Title Geek Answer Your best bet is to consult your lease agreement. Most leases specify that the tenant (you) are responsible for business insurance …coverage, not just for personal property, but also for liability. In most cases, you are going to be the party paying for the loss. You'd have to prove gross neglience on the landlord that resulted in your loss in order to recover damages from the landlord. (ie: the landlord left the front door unlocked, gave someone unauthorized access to your possessions, etc.) If you simply had your business equipment stored "off site" with no lease agreement, you most likely are paying the loss IF you are covered by insurance for that specific personal property. If you didn't have the items insured, then it would be out of pocket. Rarely does a homeowner's insurance policy cover business equipment unless you paid a higher premium for your policy. You should check that as well.
Anyone can put money in a parking meter for someone else, but this activity, called re-metering, is illegal in some cities. An enterprising type of individual arose some… years back and made a business of sorts by feeding the meters of people whose time had expired, or nearly so. This person would then leave a self-addressed envelope on the vehicle asking for compensation which, obviously, was voluntary. The individual who was (possibly or probably) saved from getting a parking ticket might be inclined to put a few bucks in the envelope and post it. That, after all, was a return of the favor, and cheaper (by far) than having to pay a parking citation. City fathers in some of the urban areas where this was happening decided that this activity, re-metering, was costing the city because it cut into the revenues generated by issuing parking citations. Local ordinances sprang up here and there as other cities joined the move to protect the income being generated by parking enforcement activities.
Yes. We call that "giving someone a car."
empathetic. (from empathy): the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
first u need to go on the other persons mypace and go to their photos then click on the on you want then copy the cod that is to the right hand side. After you have done… all of this then go to your myspace and go to edit profile then past the cod under what ever section you want it under then save the changes.
no it is illegal t open someone else's mailbox
no unfortunately there is no software out yet that allows you to transfer apps from one itouch to another but I'm sure apple will make a app or something that lets you do that… in the not to distant future
This means to imagine what it would be like to be someone else. To go through their experiences. Empathy.
When you are telling someone's ideas in your own words, you are paraphrasing.
With a license, yes. Without a license, only in very specific circumstances, such as education or criticism. If you choose to rely on fair use, you will want to ensure that yo…ur use is transformative, is as short as possible to prove your point, and does not limit the rightsholders' ability to monetize their song. For example, posting a single phrase from a pop song to give an example of good (or bad) use of autotune technology should be defensible under fair use.
Only a person who legally owns a home can sell it. If you "put someone else's name" on the home, it means you quit claim your interest in the home to them. They then have the …right to decide whether or not to sell.
no not that i know, my dad had bad credit so he put it in my grandmas name
Yes, as long as you don't claim any association to their products or services.