Yes, they do have rights in a corporation.
yea the 1st ten amendments of the constitution of Louisiana is the bill of rights.
The co-buyer of a vehicle has equal rights to the vehicle if there name is on the title. The co-buyers rights can be defined by a written or verbal contract.
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What are the rights of a lienholder on a car title when it comes to repossion of a vehicle?
There is no specific time after which parental rights are terminated in Louisiana. Often judges make the determination if the situation demands it.
No you get a chance in a lottery for the tickets
If you are not joint account holders, you are not considered an owner of the account. Therefore, you have no rights whatsoever regarding the account.
A lien gives you the right to hold the property of another as security for the carrying out of an obligation.
About 10 years ago in the state of Georgia, a purchaser would have 3 days to return the vehicle he/she just purchased. The laws have changed since then, once you pay for the vehicle (cash, finance, lease, collateral swap, etc.) and take delivery (driving the car off the lot or having the car delivered to you) of the vehicle, you have forfeited your rights to return the vehicle. If you are uncertain of what your purchase intentions are, then just make sure you do not accomplish both acts (purchase and delivery). Laws may vary from state to state. Hope this helps.
no they do not
the bank or lien holder will have more rights
In the US, sections 107-122 define limitations on the exclusive rights of section 106.
The term "as is" refers to the fact that the item is purchased "with all faults" and that no representations are made by the seller as to condition or functionality. It is necessary that the prospective buyer conduct his/her own inspection of the vehicle prior to purchasing it. Ordinarily, there will be no responsibility by the seller for any defects or malfunctions of the vehicle after purchase.
In 1803 France sold French (lower) Louisiana and New Orleans to the US and surrendered all rights to it.
If the car was sold "as-is" or without a warranty, then you can't do anything about it, unfortunatley.
Only if you are the spouse of the person listed on the title. Otherwise you have no rights to this vehicle.
Not usually, once you are the owner of a vehicle and the previous owners name is not on the title, they will usually have rights to that vehicle.
first thing is to check that cash in hand and balance in the profit and loss account are the same or to check that any malpractice is done by anyone and also to protect the interest of the share holders and the divident holders of the company
You rights are to GET IT BACK, PP is not subject to the security interest on the car.