No, not legally anyway. A credit card account is a contract between the card issuer and the person(s) named on the account. Therefore, only the issuer or the account holder can close the account for reasons as specified in the original agreement. Anyone wishing to close an account belonging to another person would need to obtain a POA or court approved conservatorship. Any person(s) who w/o legal authority tampers with another person's financial dealings can be charged with numerous violations of federal and/or state laws. In most instances that would include a spouse and parent(s) of a child who is of legal age.
The cardholder should contact the card company.
That depends on where you are starting the company. The requirements vary from country to country, state to state, and even city to city.
Review your governing documents to determine what is required before painting a house. If permission is required and permission was granted, this is evidence that you can use to defend the colour of your house. The management company has no say in exterior colours -- the board may have a list of 'approved' colours. If permission is required and no permission was asked for or granted, you may be required to re-paint your house. If permission is not required, you can ask the association to pay to re-paint your home, once they approve colours, or you can ask that your current paint job be 'grandfathered in'.
Often they're required to pay in order to have permission to display that company's logo.
The card company allows a grace period before interest is accrued.
No, a company can not charge a credit card without permission. This violation should be reported immediately to your credit card company.
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If you filled out an application for a job, you signed a paper giving them permission to inquire about you. No other permission is needed.
You email the signed permission to the company. There email address is at the bottom of the permission slip.
Usually by requesting permission.
You would need permission from that company, or from the photographer, depending on how their agreement was written. Approaching the company in writing is a good first step.
Generally yes. They need permission to do just about anything and everything. The permission is generally granted in broad terms...."pay all vendors, including utilities, consultants, etc., etc., that are required to keep the standard operations.....using funds available from post petition revenue..."
Yes the women is able to work anywhere, with the permission of her husband, if she is not married then the permission of her guardian
You have to get permission from the video game company before you can publish your videos on YouTube.
If it is your land, yes. If it is a power company right-of-way, then special permission will be required. In some situations, the power company will let you use this land for gardens. This keeps them from having to spend money to keep it cleared. You can contact the power company for rules involved in this.
The London Company which was later named the Virginia Company.
The Virginia Company of London (otherwise known as the London Company), under the leadership of Bartholomew Gosnold, was given permission by James I of England to settle and trade in Virginia. This company was a subsidiary of the larger Virginia Company that also owned the Plymouth Company that settle Massachusetts.
First you must get permission to access the sites private or "owner only" information for the site which will be hard to obtain unless you are with a well known company also IF you get permission to record the site you frequently visit then you also might be required to pay a nominal fee
The Virginia Company Charter
No, directors are required to be human beings.