Can the police stop someone whose car is going to be repossessed?
The police can only get involved in a self help repo if there is a breach of peace. If you mean "can the police stop a debtor just so their car can be repoed"? NO Not sure exactly what you are asking.
EIn Virginia if you are underage like 16Years old and you date someone whose 19 turning 20 with your parents consent is it okay Or could the police say something about it?
Do not use "whose" when you mean "who is." In your sentence, you mean "Who is going to call me for orders.' In this case, you may use the contraction "who's." Always use whose to indicate a possessive pronoun. Whose orders are these? i want to know whose underwear is on the floor. Soldiers whose orders have not been signed cannot be deployed. Always use who's when you could replace the word with "who is"…
Does the person who cosigned for you have the right to take a vehicle even if the payments ARE being made on time?
Is there any harm in walking for exercise between flareups for someone whose gout has affected an ankle?
The word 'whose' is the possessive form of the pronoun 'who'. The pronoun 'whose' functions as an interrogative pronoun and a relative pronoun. Examples: Whose umbrella was left in the hall? (interrogative pronoun) The person whose umbrella is in the hall is a mystery. (relative pronoun) The form who's is a contraction, a shortened form of the pronoun 'who' and the verb 'is'. Example: Who is going out? Or: Who's going out? (Take the umbrella…