Yes it is legal. Just like it is legal for an employer to deny employment because of past convictions.
If you did your time you paid your debt. Tell the truth. Many towns and cities have ordinances that allow landlords to refuse to rent to convicted felons. However, you can be evicted if you lie and it is found out.
Employers can refuse to hire anyone for any cause. Just because you are qualified does not mean that they must hire you and nobody else.
There is nothing that prohibits that refusal - the tenant can always go get a cashier's check. Some landlords will refuse personal checks if the tenant has bounced checks in the past. Also, some landlords will insist on only taking cash, then refuse to give a receipt. Only an idiot would pay cash and not get a receipt.
I believe so. However, Canada can refuse to admit you if they wish.
I refuse to love you. Refuse the bad idea!
Girls refuse dates because they are not interested in you
When you rent an apartment, landlords usually ask for a security deposit equal to a month's rent. Renters can potentially cause all sorts of problems for landlords, they can damage the property that they rent, they can refuse to pay their rent, etc. This way landlords have at least some ability to penalize a tenant who causes these kinds of problems, by refusing to return the security deposit (in part or in full).
a peasant cannot refuse to do is anything because it is an order for him
Not if there are court orders. It's a Class D felony under RSMO 565.156 sub. 5
That would depend on the country, but it's extremely unlikely. Even if the case had resulted in a conviction most countries probably wouldn't refuse admission on that basis, but since you were never convicted there's very little chance they would refuse to admit you solely because you were charged.
Because I refuse to shave them
because his friend died
Yes. They can also refuse felons for jobs, loans, et cetera.
I doubt very much if there is any way it would technically prevent you from 'buying' . However the park has the right to grant or refuse any tenant application to live on their land, felony or not.
Refuse is present tense.I refuseWe refuseYou refuseHe/she refusesThey refuse
He refuse to sign his name because he's not a witch and he never signed the devil's book. Because of his name he can't have another name in his life.
Chrome would refuse to load pages because of the lack of internet connection. Or it could be because the pages would be unresponsive.
No. A landlord has no right to refuse to rent you an apartment because of your race religion sexual preference have children or on social assistance.
yes because you are refusing something
Because they did not want disagreement.
She refuse to give up her seat to a white person because she was tired and had just gotten off of work.
Some states have laws that say a landlord cannot refuse the rent, if the tenant has all the rent owed. If the tenant only has some of the rent, all the statutes I know of also say that the landlord can reject a partial payment. Many landlords will say, "Look, if you don't have it all, keep what you have, and use it to move."