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What is the Utah usury law?
Christopher Peterson, a native Utahn who is a University of Florida law professor and an expert on the high-credit industry, says states always imposed usury caps until recent decades - and Utah abolished its usury cap only in the early 1980s.
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You could fill someone's bathtub with Jell-o. That shouldn't cause any property damage, and as long as you have permission to be in the house, and have the money/time to m…ake that much Jell-o and let it set, it could be funny. You could fill someone's car with balloons (NOT water balloons... that would cause property damage). Just don't break into the car. You could randomly leave a zucchini on someone's doorstep with a bow and a note that says "You've been Zuked." If you get enough people to do it, it could be very funny... AND it might get people to make more Zucchini bread, which is a great improvement to the world. :)
Yes, it does. Utah's Good Samaritain Act reads, it was altered alittle in 1987 but is still pretty much the same. Quote: A person who renders emergency care …at or near the scene of, or during an emergency, gratuitously and in good faith, is not liable for any civil damages or penalties as a result of any act or omission by the person rendering the emergency care, unless the person is grossly negligent or caused the emergency. As used in this section, "emergency" means an unexpected occurrence involving injury, threat of injury, or illness to a person or the public, including motor vehicle accidents, disasters, actual or threatened discharges, removal, or disposal of hazardous materials, and other accidents or events of a similar nature. "Emergency care" includes actual assistance or advice offered to avoid, mitigate, or attempt to mitigate the effects of an emergency.
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Yes. Utah Criminal Code Title 76 Chapter 10 Section 2202 "Leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle". It is a class C misdemeanor to leave a child younger than 9 years old… alone in a car.
Most states will only extradite the most dangerous felons from a state. The expense is too great to extradite petty crimes. All states must follow the Full Faith and Credi…t clause if a person is accused of a crime in another state.
Yes, suicide or attempted suicide is illegal in all 50 states.
Utah has no state laws governing Airsoft guns other than the federal law requiring the orange tip and the lack of any law requiring the tip to remain on the gun. However, the …cities of North Ogden, Ogden, Centerville, South Jordan and South Ogden have laws prohibiting ownership of Airsoft guns. These laws have been uniformly enforced by law enforcement after an incident of mistaken identity by a police officer who faced an Airsoft gun without the orange tip and thought it was a real gun. Other cities throughout the country have laws ranging from New York City's requirement that the entire gun be made of bright colored plastic, to the perverse law in some Illinois cities that prohibit the sale or transportation of Airsoft guns but allow the removal of the orange tips.
As a general definition, usury is loaning money at extravagant interest rates. The legal definition varies. The practiced of lending money to people, especially making… them pay unfairly high rates of interest.
5-5A-2: MINOR CURFEW: It shall be unlawful for any minor to remain or loiter upon any of the sidewalks, streets, alleys or public places in the city between the hours of… twelve o'clock (12:00) midnight and five o'clock (5:00) A.M. the following morning. (Ord. 2002-01-004, 1-3-2002, eff. 1-15-2002) parent.FRAME3.a.openTo(637, true); parent.FRAME3.a.scrollToIt(637);
Yes, Utah does have a stand-your-ground law. Additional states with a stand-your-ground law include Tennessee, Texas, West Virgina, Ohio, Arizona, and Alaska to name a few.
No. Twenty-three States in the USA have them, but Utah is not among them.
I have found nothing that flags as unusual in a search. Any engagement ring law is usually this: If the male breaks the engagement, she may keep the ring. If the female bre…aks the engagement, she must return the ring. Oh, and in most cases I've heard of, it's not a "law" as in a specific legislative decree. More just the common practice of civil courts, who reason that the ring was given in expectation of marriage, so if she breaks it off, she "owes" it back, but if he changes his mind, that's not her fault. However, as with all legal matters, one should consult with a local attorney, more familiar with the laws of your state, and your specific situation.
If a parent does not provide money, communication, food, clothing, or shelter for a minor child for over 30 days it is considered child abandonment in Utah. This can lead …to parental rights being terminated.
In Utah, the motorcycle license plate placement law is characterized by making sure the plate is horizontally positioned to the vehicle. It also must be securely placed on…to the vehicle.
The Utah spanking law does not address spanking with a children's book. The law in Utah allows spanking or paddling a child as long as it does not cause mental or physical… harm. There should be no bruising, swelling, or bone fractures.
Technically, Utah state law does not ever require children to attend school. The state of Utah requires children to be educated from first grade (usually age 6) to age 14 or… completion of the eighth grade (unless they have completed high school graduation requirements before age 14). This education does not need to take place by attending a school. They can be homeschooled or participate in an online school, but must inform the school district where they reside that they will be participating in one of these alternative education programs. The vast majority of parents in Utah send their children to public schools from Kindergarten to the twelfth grade, although they are not legally required to do so.