yes it does!
No, because it's outside of california, and Jamaica has to apply its own laws.
Yes, some of the driving laws are a little different than say, California or Nevada, or Arizona even. The speed limits around town are about five to ten miles slower.
There are many places where one can find information about California drunk driving laws. One can find information about California drunk driving laws at popular on the web sources such as DMV CA and Nolo.
There are no laws regarding dating in California. The only laws apply to sexual contact.
Where you live is irrelevant; the applicable laws are those where the offense was committed. In this case, it's Oregon's laws that apply.
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As a general rule, whenever you are curious about what state laws apply, the answer will always be "the state that you are in".
Anti-deficiency laws generally apply to the primary residence.
There aren't any laws relating divorce with Mexican nationals. If you live in Arizona, you can apply for a divorce. Nationality has nothing to do with it.
Yes. The charge isn't "drinking and driving" - it's "driving while impaired", "driving under the influence", etc. It applies to driving while impaired by/under the influence of all substances which can impair your ability to drive, be it alcohol, prescription medications, illegal substances, etc.
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Some international laws apply to India. All Indian national laws apply to all India. Local laws apply in certain areas.
Generally the laws of the state where the contract was signed take precedence. I disagree. If the car is registered in California and titled in California, and located in California, California law applies. The validity of the debt, late fees, and so on ARE determined by where the contract was signed, but California has specific laws on the procedure for repossession.
That may depend on the jurisdiction where the citation was issued. State and local laws may apply.
Yes! There are different standards that apply when buying a new or used car, but there are laws either way to protect the consumer.
NO see CALIFORNIA CODES BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE SECTION 7507
The Arizona State legislature.
Yes. Marriage laws are recognized by all states. Otherwise when people move around they would have marry in each state every time.
Yes, The three laws apply to everything.
Each state has there own laws on how long driving after suspension stays on your driving record. For example, a suspension stays on record for three years in California, but in Michigan it stays for seven years.
It isn't relevant as both states allow repossession of a vehicle under UCC laws (without a breach of peace).
No. The driving status is irrelevant. Laws pertaining to driving while intoxicated are not discriminatory, they apply to all ages and all driving statuses.