Can you sue the city for the damages made to your home from the US marshal's swat team?
You could sue, but you'd lose. The city isn't responsible for the acts of Federal officers.
When a tenant makes an improvement to a rented residential property does it then belong to the owner?
Yes, it sure does. Any time a text makes any kind of home improvement that is irreversible, the home improvement becomes part of the property, which belongs to the landlord. The tenant may reverse such an improvement IF he can restore the property to the way it was - without any damages - before the home improvement was made.
Depending on one's policy and specific insurance company. The limitation or drawbacks of a contents only home insurance is just that. The policy will only cover the contents in one's home if there is a fire or a robbery some times. The policy would not cover any damages that were made to the home by natural storms etc. Depending where one lives it is the law to have home owners insurance or renter's insurance to…
half of the city vanished. According to U.S. estimates, 60,000 to 70,000 people were killed or missing, 140,000 were injuried many more were made homeless as a result of the bomb. Deadly radiation reached over 100,000. In the blast, thousands died instantly. The city was unbelievably devastated. Of its 90,000 buildings, over 60,000 were demolished.
DO NOT USE anything with Water, Water damages wood flooring. DO NOT use steamers, they use HOT water and that damages wood flooring. you need an oil or wax based cleaner. Go to Lowes or Home Depot & get a hardwood flooring cleaner made by one of the HARDWOOD flooring manufacturers like Bruce or Armstong, that will be OK to use. Bona also makes a great line of flooring products.
Go to winchestercollector.org link this may help if it was a 200th anniversary rifle. This was made for the U.S. Marshals Service not the Association like you indicated. The 225th was made by AmericaRemebers for the Association and another tribute Wellington LTD Henry .45 edition anniversary verson.
Abraham (18th century BCE) was born in Ur, a city in southern Babylonia (Iraq). His Semitic ancestors lived in the northern Fertile Crescent. Later, Abraham lived most of his life in the Middle Eastern country of Israel (Canaan). Abraham is called a Hebrew (Genesis ch.14) because "Hebrews" (Ivrim) means descendants of Eber (Ever). Ever was a Semite and an ancestor of Abraham (Genesis ch.10-11), and the early Hebrews were Abraham's uncles and cousins for several…
Can I sue for damages if I just bought a car and somebody rearended me I haven't even made a payment yet?
If it can be proved that they knowingly made false statements in the report, then they can be held criminally liable under the perjury statutes, and civilly liable for any damages that they caused. Remember that you must have sufficient evidence to prove that the person knowingly made false statements. If they made the false statements under a good faith belief that they were true, no crime has occured nor will damages be awarded in…