No. Your insurance carrier needs to know where you are driving the vehicle most. It is called insurance fraud to live in one state, but have coverage somewhere else. Now if your insurance company is located in another state, but they know where you are and have your address updated, then it is okay.
No. That is called insurance fraud and you could face penalties (according to your state).
Most insurance companies require a person to be 18 years old in order to purchase automobile insurance. The reason for this is that the insurance application along with the policy make up a legal contract between the policyholder and the insurance company. A person who is not yet 18 is not a legal adult and therefore is not legally able to sign such a contract.
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A person under the age of 18 is not a legal adult. For this reason you should not own an automobile. If you do not own the vehicle then you cannot insure it. You can only insure a vehicle that you own. An insurance application and policy together form a legal and binding contract. Most insurance companies will not recognize a legal contract unless it is signed by a legal adult. This is the reason you are having trouble getting a quote.
One of the larger insurance companies in the UK is the insurance company Legal & General. Another of the larger insurance companies is the company Aviva.
It depends the country in which you reside.
Legal Malpractice Insurance is coverage specifically for professionals practicing in the legal field
Attorneys use Professional Liability Insurance. Often referred to as Legal Liability Insurance
You can't obtain a legal guardianship for a child who does not reside in your jurisdiction. The court would not have any authority to grant a guardianship over a child who lives in another country.
"crime is an act where there has been injury to another person or damage to property/public property/Damage to a highway or another's automobile.
Legal insurance is not the same as auto insurance; legal insurance is simply a retainer that is paid to an attorney or lawyer so that they can be help in counsel if they are needed. Auto insurance, depending on the level and premium paid, provides coverage in case of an accident.
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Nope. She does not reside in any country where slavery is legal.
If you reside in New York state, yes, you may obtain a legal divorce there.
To my knowledge it is not a federal law, it may be a law in the state you reside.
Yes, Legal & General is an insurance company. They offer life, home, landlord, lifestyle cover, and pet insurance.
If an insurance form has been filled out incorrectly, you just get another copy of the form and fill it out correctly instead. No need to give up on the insurance application.
There is no requirement to have permission to investigate someone. There are privacy laws that prevent them from getting access to many records. But to search public records is perfectly legal without notification.
I know of no automobile that does not require a license to operate on public streets and roads.
A Buagatti is a high performance automobile that is often used for racing. They are legal in the state of Georgia.
The purpose of legal malpractice insurance is to cover all or some of the legal costs of an attorney, who is being sued by a former client for malpractice.
Sorry, the driver with no insurance can claim of your insurance. He/she has no legal right to lodge such unauthorised claim.
no it is not legal to make VIN plates and we cant get licence
If you mean a legal resident alien, yes. If you mean a legal resident of Arizona, yes. If you mean a legal resident of another state- THAT depends on which gun. You may purchase a rifle or shotgun from a dealer in any state (unless you reside in CA) but you may only purchase a handgun in your home state.