Repo laws are different for each state. Check for laws in your state or advise what state you are in.
Texas is a community property state.
Yes you can on private property with the landowners permission. No to any Federal, State or public lands.
If the driveway is on private property then in most states it is considered private property. Though laws differ still per state on this.
It means: "Property belonging to a private individual" as opposed to "public property" : property belonging to the community as a whole or belonging to the State".
private property, or property that is held by individuals or groups rather than by the federal, state, or local governments.
well, in Texas the charge is criminal mischief and the value of property damage has to be $1500-$20,000. It's a state jail offense and carries 6months to 2 years in a state jail
People don't own property. The state does.
A private university's will be. A state college... it is considered public property, but they do have restrictions on who can access them and when.
yes in Pakistan you have to get registered every private property for acquiring its full legal rights
There are many companies sell private health insurance in the State of Texas. You can get a list of them at www.tdi.state.tx.us/health/lhiah_lst_incl.html
Texas is a community property state. Property acquired during the marriage is divided between the parties. See related link.
No, University of Texas is a public school funded by the taxpayers of the Great State of Texas
Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools provides professional service and advice to those students that attend private and parochial schools in the state of Texas.
It is called eminent domain when a city or government takes private property for public use. The idea is that it is for the "better good" of the community or state.
it became a state in december 29,1845
I have paid delinquent taxes and maintenance on my deceased great -grandmother's property for seventeen years. She did not have a will. Can I file an adverse possession for the title on the property, in the state of Texas?
Call the police
Depending which state you live in, most states let you sell three cars a year from private property with out permits or license.
You haven't provided much detail such as which church and country.United StatesPrivate ownership of property is allowed and is governed by state law. Religious corporations may privately own real property under the provisions of state laws.
It depends on the way the law is written in your state. In some (all?) states the regulation is worded so that it is effective and enforceable ANYWHERE in the state, and that includes private property.
Property liens for any type of debts are allowed in the state of Texas after due process of the law has been followed.