You will pay sales tax when you buy-out the lease. The seller doesn't pay sales tax and a private party cannot collect it, but the buyer probably will have to pay his state sales tax before he can register the car.
In fact, if the buyer is obligated to pay the sales tax in the state within a certain time where he purchased the car and fails to do so, there can be interest and penalties added to the tax obligation. For instance, in MA you must pay within 20 days of purchase if you're registering in any other state, but you might not register within 20 days, meaning you would have penalties and interest added to your MA tax bill until you paid the 6.25 percent sales tax.
It depends if that person is named on the lease ie. a joint lease. If the roomate is the sole leasee then usually it is to the landlord discretion whether to lease to someone else. You have to inform the landlord of the change otherwise it is a breach of rental agreement. I would suspect that 99% of landlords are more than happy to have someone who lives in the property take over the lease, it saves a lot of time and money in finding a new tenant.
not if you cant visit them
then you have a long distance relationship.
at lease 5
Mental illnesses are mostly genetic. If there are no genetic markers then the chances of someone experiencing a mental illness sometime in their lives is not likely. If symptoms are present a doctor should be contacted immediately.
Yes..but most people or companies will make them leave by filing proper paper work with City/county. Or you could get them to sign a lease.
yes if he really loved that girl!
The state in which the services were provided
Leasing a horse in Canada can range usually from $100-$1000 it all depends on where your leasing and what part of the country. Talk to someone who lives in your area and is experienced with horses!
Someone who lives in Indiana is called a Hoosier.
Someone who lives in regina is called a reginan. :)