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A licensed FFL dealer can sell firearms to the public. But, a private party can sell guns to another private party.
It depends on where you are. In some U.S. states, you can sell a handgun between private parties with no paperwork. In some states, you have to go through a gun dealer.
Not if it's private. You can even sell the booze you serve as long as your party isn't open to the public.
Depends on title. If "and" both sigs needed. If "or" either party can sell.
In general, most will agree you can get a higher price if you sell direct to a private party. However, if you don't want the hassle or are concerned for your safety, a dealership may be a better option.
Yes. It leaves you open to lawsuits.
yes it is
You are best advised to pay a certified gemologist to value the ring for you, before you attempt to sell it. You can sell it to a jeweler or a private party, or broker it to an online shopping option.
You can sell 1 car. If you sell that 2nd car you are considered a used car dealer and required to get a used car dealers license.
You can sell 6 cars a year with no sales lic.
Provide you follow all the federal, state and local laws
no it is there job to check out the car
You should shop your ring around to a vareity of jewlery buyers. You may also get favorable prices from trying to sell your ring to a private party.
Dealers offer payment plans, possible warranties, and recertified vehicles, but their cars are more expensive. Private parties tend to sell the cars more cheaply but offer no warranty or payment plans. If you know the private party and the care the car received, then that is probably the best option.
Basically you just sell it as-is with a salvage title. You can sell private party or to a junk yard as any older car is more valuable parted out (granted was taken care of prior to the wreck).
Enterprise equipment manufacturers sell private branch exchanges
Most dollar stores do sell party snaps.
You can sell your gun anywhere it is legal to sell. For example you could take it to a Pawn or Gun shop and sell it there. However, the amount of money they will give you for it will be significantly less than if you did a private sale. You have to keep in mind that both Pawn and Gun shops purchase guns for basically wholesale prices and sell at retail. Normally you would only get about 50%-75% of the private party sale value by selling to the Pawn or Gun shop.
You can sell them in a private shop or to the "vendors" where ever they are.
Read your governing documents to determine whether or not there is a waiting period that you must honour before you sell. There is no standard: all private democracies operate differently, and have different guidelines in this regard, possibly depending on the conditions of purchase.
At businesses that sell legal forms.
In Las Vegas, a liquor license is needed to sell beer or wine in a restaurant. To sell tobacco a tobacco permit is needed.
No. They sell party decorations and invitations.
A private company can sell shares, but only to friends or family. That is the definition of a private company. Should a private company choose to sell it's shares to the public, the company must register with the SEC for it then to become a public company. Evidence - A private company can sell shares, and remain a private company, using a Regulation D Exemption (to the Securities Act of 1933). To become a 'public' company, the company must be registered with the SEC under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.