Is there a statute of limitations on copyrights to old art?
Yes. Copyright can expire and, when that happens, the work will enter the public domain.
There is no statute of limitations for a Federally backed student loan.
What is the Statute of limitations in a wrongful death of my father . He was killed in a train accident when I was a minor. I am 20 years old now.
In almost all jurisdictions throughout the world, there is no statute of limitations on murder.
What happens if you are arrested on a misdemeanor warrant after the statute of limitations has expired?
There is no statue of limitations for a crime. It is not the same as an old debt
What is statute of limitations in Mississippi for assault on a sixteen year old by an eighteen year old?
what is the statue of limitations in mississippi for assault on a sixteen year old by an eighteen year old?
I am trying to find out the statute of limitations on issuing a 1099-C, the debt this was issued on is 16 years old and I wonder can a financial institute do this?
Girls don't have statute of limitations. If a crime was committed against them, it will depend on the location.
Physical assault is called battery. The statute of limitations is normally 2 years, but can be as short as 6 months depending on the state.
Kentucky considers felonies very serious offenses. As such they have not put a statute of limitations on them. You can be charged at any time during your life.
Florida's statute of limitations is based on the seriousness of the crime charged. First degree misdemeanors are set as 2 years old with 1 year for others. Absence from the state can toll the statute for up to three years.
There is no statute on traffic tickets in Texas. I have seen some as much as 20 years old.
What is the statute of limitations on child support if their was never a paternity test done and the child is over the age of 18yrs old?
There is no statute of limitations for support that was ordered but not paid. If there was never an order in place, it's too late now.
What is the statute of limitations in the state of Louisiana on removing charge offs off your credit report?
There is no statute of limitations associated with credit reports. However, any information that is more than 7 years old should be removed from the report.
Go to they have more than adequate information regarding this. MM
6 years in ND
The concept of a statute of limitations does not apply to probation violations. A statute of limitations is a time period that begins when a criminal act is committed, and ends when charges are brought, or in some cases if the accused leaves the jurisdiction where the offense took place. In the case of a probation violation, the charge is brought as soon as the probationer has absconded from supervision and a warrant is issued… Read More
Is there a statute of limitations for murder caused by arson in New york city writing a novel and it's set in the sixties need to know if they can prosecute 26 yr old murders caused by arson?
There is no statute of limitations on murder, even caused by arson.
I was sued by an insurance company for a motorcycle accident and want to know what the statute of limitations for judgments in California are.?
4 years is statute of limitations in CA REFERENCE Debt Cures by Kevin Trudeau. DON'T admit to your old debt or it can start all over.
No, you collect til paid in full, no matter how old the child.
In Michigan is there a statute of limitations on a criminal charge of minor in possession of alcohol?
The Michigan statute of limitations for a criminal charge of a minor in possession of alcohol is limited to the minor becoming 18 years old. Once the minor becomes an adult the charge will no longer be valid.
The statute of limitations for billing old charges in the state of California dictates that when a borrower fails to repay a debt, it is considered a breach of contract. This may give the harmed party a cause of action, which is a legal reason to file a lawsuit against the other party.
The jurisdiction in California has issued the ticket, so you have been informed of your violation, therefore, there is none. Statute of limitations only apply to bringing law suits for civil or criminal charges.
Moving violation citations do not fall under a statute of limitations. Once you have a ticket, you have been properly informed of the charges against you. Normally insurance companies don't look at anything more than 5 years old.
The statute of Limitations is based on the date of last activity (last payment made by the consumer or the date of charge off).
It will depend on the statute of limitations for the state and crime. Yes, it is certainly possible.
Depends on the state. Some allow to age 23.
Florida's statute of limitations is based on the seriousness of the crime charged. If it is felonies vandalism it could be 2 or 3 years depending on the specific charge. First degree misdemeanors are set as 2 years old with 1 year for others. Absence from the state can toll the statute for up to three years.
An old disputed cable TV bill falls under the UCC, which provides a 4 year statue of limitations. However, if your state places utility bills under the open statue, the debt will have no statue of limitations.
Georgia law decreed all child support payments after or on July 1, 1997 have no statute of limitations. Any case before that is terminated when a child turns 18 years old.
No, only making a payment, promising to make a payment, or providing a letter of reaffirmation of the debt can reset the statue of limitations.
No, the ticket was issued. You had notification of the violation. Most fines are exempt from any debt collection limitations.
Probably not. Very few states (if any) place a statute of limitations on sex crimes.
It is a good chance this has run out on this ticket.
That answer would depend on the crime. For most crimes there is a statute of limitations and for the majority that is 7 years.
Doubtful, the statute of limitations is 7 years in most cases.
The time the jurisdiction may collect is set by the city or town. A ticket serves as notification of the violation. So the normal statute of limitations will not apply. The time the jurisdiction may collect is set by the city or town.
I don't know what the statue of limitations on this is, but I'm pretty sure if the child is 40 years old the statute of limitations has long kicked in by now.
Can a creditor sue you for a 8yr old car repossesion or is there a statute of limitation on this in Ga?
The statute of limitations on a written agreement in Georgia is six years. The date when it starts running may be difficult to determine, but it is possible.
<a href="http:/www.mycaliforniadefenselawyer.com/criminal-charges/failure-to-appear/">Failure to Appear in California Court</a> I have a very old Warrant in California. Should I be worried about it? Unfortunately, yes. Decades old warrants could come back to haunt you. There is no "statute of limitations" in effect if you are technically considered a fugitive from the law.
As a responsible cardholder, you are generally liable for any credit card debt up to the statute of limitations as established within your state. This does not prevent a debt collector from continuing to pursue older debts, but it does generally prevent judgments on old debts as long as you advise the creditor or court that the statute of limitations has expired. Debt collectors may still pursue debt collection even beyond the statute of limitations.
It depends on what the offense you committed was, and whether or not there is a 'statute of limitations' on its enforcement in that particular state.
Without knowing the state of occurrence it is impossible to give an answer. If the civil Statute of Limitations has run out, no. If not, maybe.
If it is based on a written agreement it will be three years. A promissory note will be six years in New Hampshire.
The normal limit is 1 year in California. It can be as much as three years if the victim is under 14 years old.
Can you still be found guilty for a charge that is over a year old That you have not gone to court for at all?
It depends on the Statute of Limitations (basically the "shelf life" of an open case). Every crime has it's own Statute of Limitations and every state has its own Constitution which governs solely that state, unless of course it is a Federal crime that you're referring to. In my experience, I've never seen a law (State or Federal) which had that short of a Statute of Limitations but I suppose it's possible. Just depends on… Read More
Is there a statute of limitations for felony probation violation in Indiana How long does the warrant stay in affect for I was told 7 years and then I was told that there is not a statute of limit?
There is no statute. you should be able to call any lawyer and ask. But from personal experience I was arrested on a 12 yr old warrant, and still sentenced.
Generally, courts will not order current support for children who are adults/ emancipated, unless they are severely handicapped. However, there is no statute of limitations on collecting past-due child support.
Florida's statute of limitations for embezzlement is going to be based on the seriousness of the crime charged. Felonies that is punishable by life in prison has no limit. The other felonies could be 2, 3 or 5 years depending on the specific charge and the victim. First degree misdemeanors are set as 2 years old with 1 year for others. Absence from the state can toll the statute for up to three years.
My boyfriend is currently incarcerated and is being held on a 5 year old battery case i was wondering if there was anything I could do to get him out.
It can restart the clock if the debt is acknowledged. It is better not to talk to collectors and certainly not admit to owing the money.