It varies depending on the type of debt. Written agreements, including Promissory notes are set at 15 years in Ohio, the longest anywhere. Oral agreements and open ended accounts (credit cards) are set at 6 years.
Dowry is illegal in the US. So it would depend if you have a contract, have met the terms of that contract and if it is enforceable in the US. Ask your lawyer.
Technically, yes - you're supposed to be licensed to even be in actual physical control of the vehicle. However, this is not enforceable on private property.
No, not in Ohio. You can find more information about contracts on any University and/or College Law Library website or within the codes located on 'Anderson Online' website.When one of the parties to an oral contract has filed the matter w/a Court to enforce it, most Courts usually refer to the Ohio Contract Codes as reference to the transactions and/or agreements agreed to and/or breached to determine a ruling.AnswerWith specific reference to the above answer I would be VERY CAUTIOUS about the general statement that verbal contracts are enforceable in the state of OHIO. In just two minutes I found two references (1) Certain types of verbal contracts are not enforceable in Ohio, including the sale of land and answering for anther's debt. And, (2) verbal contracts for amounts in excess of $500.00 are not enforceable. In any case - - regardless of wherever it is that you live, research this question carefully before making any serious commitments either verbally or in writing, all state's laws address this matter differently.AnswerTo say that 'oral contracts' are enforceable in a certain state is misleading. Oral contracts are enforceable. The difficulty always lies in proving their existence. Convincing evidence that a contract existed between the parties must be presented to a judge. The burden of proof lies with the plaintiff. The best evidence is witnesses who were present at the time the oral contract was made and are willing to testify under oath. The judge will hear any testimony about the conduct of the parties. Credibility plays a role in the judge's decision and some judges have developed excellent skill in determining whose story is more credible.The bottom line is that not every oral contract is enforceable, only those where the moving party can provide enough evidence to convince a judge that a contract existed and was breached.
In Ohio the debts of the deceased are the responsibility of the estate. Anyone that was also a co-signer on any of the agreements might also be responsible. Consult a probate attorney in your jurisdiction for help.
Yes, all states have a cooperative interstate agreements whereby they share their DMV files and and honor each others violations and restrictions.
Jacquelin F. Drucker has written: 'ADR In Employment Law' 'Collective bargaining law in Ohio' -- subject(s): Collective labor agreements, Government employees
Baldwin Piano and Organ Co. of Loveland, Ohio, survived dropping sales and rising interest rates by getting into the finance business: it bought and sold loan agreements on its pianos and organs.
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