Can your personality affect the loan officer's decision when applying for a consolidation loan?
Believe it or not it sure can. NEVER go into a banking institution on a Monday or Friday. People tend to be more grouchy as employees or people with the power to loan money on Monday because there is a full week ahead and usually work to be caught up on after the weekend. Fridays are hectic to tie up business before the weekend comes. When you sit down with the loans officer be sure you act mature and don't be afraid to admit you over-extended yourself without realizing it. DON'T LIE! They know a lot more about your credit rating than you do. Smile, be pleasant and mean what you say. Let them know you are making a great effort to get yourself out of debt. Good luck
Ira T. Kay has written: 'Myths and realities of executive pay' -- subject(s): Chief executive officers, Competition, International, Executive ability, International Competition, Salaries 'Value at the top' -- subject(s): Salaries, Chief executive officers, Consolidation and merger of corporations, Executives
Certain medications can restrict an Officers duties, up to and including operating motor vehicles and carrying firearms. There are certain medications, which could even cause Officers to go on medical leave, or even become medically retired. Some prescription narcotics may preclude a person from applying for a law enforcement job also.
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Generally speaking, no. It is currently only illegal in Illinois. The ACLU is in the process of appealing a decision of the Illinois courts to the Seventh Circuit Court of appeals. They are expected to rule in early 2012. A similar case was brought before the first circuit court recently and they ruled that American citizens DO have the right to video tape police officers under the first amendment. It should also be noted that…
Bachelor's Degree. Officers in the Marine Corps are confident, determined decision-makers who have earned the respect of others. They lead by example, accomplish the mission and take care of the Marines in their charge. You must have college coursework toward a Bachelor's degree underway or completed before applying for the officer commissioning programs. Those still in college will become part of the Platoon Leaders Class, and those who have a college degree will complete the…
Decisions were made by the officers of state, there were five types of them, within the remit of their offices and by the senators. The plebeian tribune who was the leader of the plebeian movement and not an officer of state became influential in decision making though his power to veto the actions of the officers of state and by becoming the main proposer of bills as these became increasingly voted on by the plebeian…
Yes. Police officers have the discretion to determine whether or not a crime or other reportable incident has occurred and should be reported. Officers are trained to make a report whenever in doubt if one should be filed, but the decision is still the officer's. If you believe an officer should have filed a report but refused to do so, you can make a complaint at the police station.
MANY departments mandate that ALL detained suspects be handcuffed. However, even if/when such orders are in place, many times that decision is up to the discretion of the indiviudal officer. Unfortunately, police officers are not clairvoyant and it is always possible for ANYONE, regardless of age, gender, circumstances, or absence of any logical reason, to instantaneously become combative and/or deadly. It is always prudent for an officer to make the decision to handcuff rather than…
The 1968 Terry vs. Ohio case involved a group of men who were searched and one convicted of carrying a concealed weapon. Although the men had not committed a crime, officers felt the search was warranted because they were acting "suspiciously. " The Court upheld the officers decision and the conviction stating, "Stop and frisks do not violate the Constitution under certain circumstances. "
Applying with an 'undecided' major will not boost your chances of acceptance at any school. That said, neither will applying with a decided major. If you scored particularly well on a specific test, such as SATII Chem, maybe you could put your major as something sciency - showing admissions officers that you're good at what you want to be. Overall though, major shouldn't affect chances of admission significantly.
The "5 Questions." Who? - What? - When? - Where? - How?, are the factors that must be taken into consideration when investigating a case. The question "Why" does not factor into the investigation because the investigator is not concerned with the perpetrators motive - only the fact that a crime was committed.
It depends which armed forces you are a member of. Generally you do not salute warrant officers. Salutes are reserved for commissioned officers. A commission is only granted by the head of state. Such commissioned officers grant warrants, hence the name. Countries have different rules regarding warrants and warrant officers. Some you salute, depending on rank and other criteria.