None, whatsoever. * It is a violation of federal law for a minor to cross state lines without parental permission, (18 USC 2243, 18 USC 2423). The parents can file a petition in the circuit or superior court of their state of residency to have the minor returned to their custody. All states honor such an order and once the authorities with jurisdiction have received the order they will take the minor into custody and remand her into the custody of the home state's juvenile authorities.
Massachusetts is a non recourse debt state. Other non recourse debt states are Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, and Mississippi.
Yes. A husband/father does not need his wife's permission to take their child. If he leaves permanently she has recourse but not for a short term absence after a marital argument.
I don't know the whole situation here but if she were my daughter I'd find out like a loving father where she is staying, go to the county clerks office and ask who you need to talk to whoever it be, Judge, Attorney, etc. and see if you can't get a Judge to issue you some kind of order for you to bring her home, for her safety. And if that did not get me anywhere I would just go and pick her butt up and take her home. You did not say if she is with her mother, or if she has just run off and is living with a boyfriend. If she is with her mother I'm afraid there is not much you are going to be able to do about it. In the State of Michigan if your daughter leaves your home at the age of seventeen she does not have to return. However, you are still responsible until she is eighteen. I heard this from Law enforcement. Good Luck!
I think is non recourse debt
Recourse funding is a type of loan for which collateral is placed. The difference between recourse and non-recourse funding is that in recourse funding, if the collateral sells for less than the amount left on the loan, the lender can go after other assets. In non-recourse funding, the lender would have to absorb the loss.
"Is Georgia a non recourse debt state?" Since Florida is not a recourse state, and Florida adopted its laws from Georgia, Georgia must not be a recourse state.
no. why would it be a recourse loan
The duration of The Recourse to the Method is 2.73 hours.
The would probably be no "result". I dont know what state you are in been the general age of adulthood is 18, 17 in michigan. When they are of age you have no legal recourse against her or her boyfriend. But, your local police dept can answer your question over the telephone.
This dream could be either baseless worry or it could be valid intuition. The only recourse is to communicate with one's daughter.
A place to find recourse is in nonfiction books in the library.
Florida happens to be a recourse state.
Kentucky is a recourse state, allowing the lender to seek judgments and damages from the borrower.
Yes, however, you possibly have recourse if soon after the custodial parent leaves, you file a modification with the court. If the parent left with the child without the court's permission, some courts will require that they return with the child.
Since he was fired from his job, his only recourse was to go home.
As of 12/20/2012 Oklahoma is a Recourse State.
Alabama is a Recourse State. Banks can sue for the difference.
Yes, Florida is a "recourse" state. For a state to be a recourse state, it simply means a lender can ask you for extra payments even after you have had everything seized.
No... Illinois is a recourse state.... They can come after you for a deficiency judgment.
If my letter of help doesn't get response, I will still have recourse to a higher authority.
It appears,from everything I have read, SC is a recourse state.
what haapend if a loan is sold with recourse and it goes into defualt
Final Recourse - 2013 was released on: USA: 2013
Do NOT tolerate this criminal activity. Go to the police, NOW! She needs to be stopped before she does worse things and winds up in prison. PS, she is not, repeat, not your friend. Acquaintance, maybe, but not friend.