Yes. As you said, you only have one month to go before your move in. Hand in your notice ASAP. The worst that can happen is usually the landlord (at least in Canada) requires first and last months rent so you may lose it. You've waited this long to get into your home, so a month isn't so bad. Get that notice in! You shouldn't have to wait long as there are not enough rentals to go around in most cities and it should be natched up very quickly. Second Answer: What does your lease say? My apartment lease says I will give notice at least 60 days before the one year lease ends if I do not intend to renew it. In other words, if I gave notice 30 days before the lease ends, I would be required to lease the apartment for another month (at the one-month-at-a-time rate. (Or, in another interpretation, I might be compelled to sign for another year lease if they don't get 60 day notice.) Either way, you can bet I'll be ready with my answer 61 days in advance. But it comes back to: What are the termination clauses in your lease?
You can obtain a certificate of occupancy -- if there is one -- at your local city hall.
No, nobody should receive the death penalty. An eye for an eye will just leave the world blind.
Yes, children may receive the death penalty depending on the crime, state, and child in question and only if the child is tried as an adult.
A reduced penalty for a sin
People receive the death penalty for doing very serious crimes, usually murder.
Yes, it is a 15 yard penalty
Only if they are convicted of a crime that warrants the death penalty, such as murder (the same as straight people).
most likely the death penalty.
Juveniles can not receive the death penalty in the United States, as decided by the Supreme Court in the case of Roper v Simmons.
"A minor can receive a penalty for a DWI.Normally a first offense can lead to 180 days in jail, a 6 moth suspension of their license, and anywhere from 20 to 40 hours of community service."