WHy would you want to file countersuit??? What would you sue for? You cant sue until they sell the car for an unreasonable low price so then you cant prevent low ball sale. After its sold for low ball price, you have to either prove the lender "gave" it away OR they broke some law in doing so. If you are soooo worried about the sale price, why dont YOU sell it/get someone to assume payments. that way you control/know how much balance is owing.
Voluntary and compulsory.
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Voluntary abandonment or extinguishment of a legal right by a party to an action means that they waive that right. In other words, they are giving up that right,
Yes, they are very constitutional. The government exists to ensure the safety of the population. If that means preventing the possession of weapons with no legal or reasonable purpose, the banning of possession at all by those who cannot or will not use them safely, and the requirement of proper education and monitoring, then that is what must occur.
The voluntary code is when a company signs up to this when promoting and advertising. They have to sign up to the code and must agree that their adverts are going to be legal, decent, honest and truthful. It is not a law but it is voluntary. Companies just sign up to in to show that their adverts are going to be legal, decent, honest and truthful.
Both parties are awake and of legal age and agree to the act. Mostly married folks engaging in the act would qualify as voluntary.
Legitimate is defined as "reasonable". Reasonable is defined as "fair". Therefore, something that is legitimate is fair. Legal, on the other hand, is defined as "in accordance with established procedures".
You can find a reasonable legal aid lawyer online at www.legalshield.com or www.lsc.gov.
Reasonable cause, or reasonable suspicion, is a legal term for enough evidence to suggest that someone might be carrying a weapon to warrant a pat down. Only weapons can be searched for based on reasonable cause.
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A reasonable limit is the limit that a reasonable person would put on any quantifiable concept. For example a reasonable limit for working hours is eight hours a day, because a reasonable person would think that eight hours is a reasonable maximum. The concept of a reasonable person is enshrined in the legal system.