Not unless they are still listed on the insurance policy. Under the new laws in the US, they can be on the policy until they turn 26.
Minors are not legally able to "own" things, especially motor vehicles. They can be listed as a co-owner along with a responsible adult or guardian though.
You are still responsible for her and her decisions Legally the owner of the vehicle is going to be held liable.
It's the states responsibility if it is not listed in the constitution.
You can indeed evict our spouse if they are not listed on lease. All is fair game when not legally stated.
ANYONE who's name is on the loan contract is responsible for the debt. Who will sell someone a car and that someone NOT be responsible for paying?? NOT ME LOL
If you were not listed as a joint account holder you are not responsible for the debt.
no it is not legal.
Car accidents and numbers of death from these accidents in the United States of America is listed as 10.8 million for the year of 2009. One can find more information and details on the specific types of accidents and numbers of injuries or death can be found at the United States Census Bureau website.
In many cases they will be held responsible. They are deemed to have benefited from to goods and services.
Are you listed on the credit card account as a joint owner? If so, you are legally liable for it. If you are not listed on the account, you are not legally liable for it. Some sneaky collection agencies will try to make pay by telling you that you must pay, so beware. You can learn more about your rights in debt collection by reading up on the FDCPA.
Legally they cannot hold title to a car. Someone else has to be listed on the title.
Mothballs are legally sold for use of the purposes listed on the label. It is illegal to use mothballs for other purposes including using mothballs in gardens.
Motor vehicle accidents can be deadly and are listed as the leading cause of death in children ranging in ages 2-14. Statistics show that in the U.S. a person dies every twelve minutes from a car accident and that 40,000 annually die from car accidents.
If they have tickets and accidents, then it should. If they are good drivers, then it shouldn't.
No. Oklahoma is not a community property state.
The Company who owns the vehicle would be responsible for deductibles listed on the policy their own policy.
Legally, your 20year old son is considered an adult and responsible for his own actions. Without knowing any other details, I'd say that you would not be held responsible for your son's actions.
Not unless they were listed on the deed of the property that was foreclosed. The estate is responsible for settling the debts.
Legally and contractually the named beneficiary is the beneficiary.
Doesnt matter too much, you will be just as responsible if the primary buyer defaults.
It generally takes 3-4 months after your meeting of creditors to receive your discharge. The discharge is the court order that says that all of the debts that you have listed in your Chapter 7 are discharged, that you are no longer legally responsible for them and that you are entitled to a fresh start.
Under South Carolina law, debt that is incurred during a marriage is presumed to be marital debt. This would mean that both spouses are legally obligated for their share of the debt, regardless of the listed individual to the debt.
i think it is considered abandoned if it is not in your lease it shouldn't be there, therefore you are not responsible.