Can you still be sued if you are out of the country?
In most cases, yes. This does not, however apply to military personnel on active duty.
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Sue just means "ask". When you are Sued in court it just means that the plaintif is asking the court to award them with money, forcing the defendant to make payment. You can still be sued when you go out of the country, but does it really make any difference. How will they collect if the country to which you have moved does not ackinowledge U.S. law in this particular matter and will not enforce… Read More
Yes, you can still be sued even if you are on disability. Read More
Can a girlfriend get sued if she moved out and some of the furniture belongs to the ex boyfriendis still there?
No she can not be sued, Unless the girl takes the stuff that is the boyfriends, then she must return the boyfriends stuff or she will be sued. Read More
Yes you can be sued for the difference or the lender can issue you a 1099 for the amount still owed then you will owe taxes on the difference Read More
Yes, they can. Read More
You can be sued by the finance company to recover any money still owed to them after they auction the repossessed mobile home. Read More
yes if your home is in your name Read More
No - only if board/ management are sued! Read More
The maximum damages vary from country to country; in the US, for example, statutory damages are capped at $250,000 for extreme offenses. That being said, you will rarely be sued for more than real damages: that is, what the rightsholder feels your actions have cost him. Read More
yes the company will be out of business it will still be sued Read More
NO ... in fact the company does not even have to be in the same country in order for you to sue them ... Read More
No. Making payments, unless it's the full balance, in no way protects you. You can still be sued, turned over to collections, ect. Read More
Can an electric fence be used to separate the neighbor's yard from yours if you live on a farm in the country with a young child around?
sure can. as long as you enjoy being sued out the wazoo. sure can. as long as you enjoy being sued out the wazoo. Read More
Because of this amendment a state cannot be sued in a federal court by a foreign country or a private citizen?
amendment 11 Read More
Yes - if you did it deliberately, it is assault. If it was an accident, it is not a criminal offence but it is still tortious (you can be sued). Read More
Anybody can file for bankruptcy. Read More
The Eleventh Amendment says that a state cannot be sued by someone in another state or country in federal court. Read More
Yes the whole country of Vietnam is still a communist country. Read More
No country is still at war with Germany... Read More
If you do not pay your credit card balance and leave the country can they sue you in the country you moved to?
No they can't. Civil action such as lawsuits for debts are only possible in the country in which the debt was incurred. However, if the debts with a lending institutions/bank which also do business within the country they now live, they will have a very difficult time establishing a new lince of credit. Also, the debtor can still be sued in the country in which the debt was made and the creditor can "hold" the… Read More
No. Copyright infringement is a civil matter, so you won't be 'arrested' for illegally downloading (streaming is still downloading in a way) a movie, but you can be sued. Read More
Never been a communist country, but yes Finland is still a social democrat country. Read More
what country was still free from nazi occupation Read More
Yes, it is still a country. (It's Greece, not Greek, by the way...) Read More
No. It is not in the country's (Philippines) jurisdiction should someone have unpaid debt in the other country.(United Kingdom). However, you can be sued in the United Kingdom. The other party would just need to know where you are to serve the papers on you. Read More
yes you can. I hope you do not get sued! Read More
In North Carolina can you be sued for credit card debt if you become disabled and have lost everything you own?
Yes, the debtor can still be sued by the creditor regardless of his or her financial status. However, disability payments are protected by both federal and state laws and are exempt from creditor attachment. Read More
Yes - Wales IS still a country. Although there is no physical border with England, Wales still retains its individuality. Read More
You don't get sued through the mail. You get served through the mail. That is, the service is a notification that you are being sued and will give you a date to appear in court. You get sued in court. Read More
Yes, they probably can, especially if it can be assumed and proven that you did it to shelter them in anticipation of the suit. Read More
The country group Alabama did eventually settle the lawsuit with Mark Herndon. Herndon was a drummer in the group and was sued by the band for a portion of merchandise sales he received. Read More
The Senate is a part of the Government, and the Government can be sued. Read More
No country can be a colony, otherwise it wouldn't be a country. Read More
If you own or partially own the car, yes, you can be sued also. Read More