Is there any law or ordinance in Missouri against someone hiding their vehicle from the repo man?
Stealing and Related Offenses Section 570.180 Defrauding secured creditors. 570.180. 1. A person commits the crime of defrauding secured creditors if he destroys, removes, conceals, encumbers, transfers or otherwise deals with property subject to a security interest with purpose to defraud the holder of the security interest. 2. Defrauding secured creditors is a class A misdemeanor unless the amount remaining to be paid on the secured debt, including interest, is five hundred dollars or more, in which case defrauding secured creditors is a class D felony. (a) It is a class A misdemeanor if the authorized imprisonment exceeds six months in jail; (d) It is a class D felony if the maximum term of imprisonment is less than ten years; Chapter 557 General Sentencing Provisions Section 557.021
If you have a drivers permit but not a license do you need insurance to drive someone else's car in Missouri?
You'd need to specify where you're asking about, since laws vary considerably. In Missouri, for example, there are very few specific restrictions at the state level as to what sort of businesses may sell alcohol, and no state law prohibiting public consumption (though most cities have a city ordinance covering this, there's no law against doing so outside city limits) or intoxication (and state law expressly forbids cities from establishing "public drunkenness" laws). I don't…
The city of Philippi West Virginia has an existing noise ordinance. We are in the process of adopting a new noise ordinance. The noise levels in the city have climbed drastically in recent years. We are probably going to adopt a new ordinance modeled after the noise ordinance that is in effect in Morgantown West Virginia. This ordinance covers every problem regarding noise within Philippi. In the current ordinance noise is measured by disciples. Not…
If you sold a vehicle to a someone who paid with a check that bounced can you legally repossess the vehicle?
Ordinance laws are normally what is seen in towns or cities as opposed to a state or federal law. Individual towns in the US may have the town council pass a law restricting parking on city streets without a residence sticker on the rear window of a vehicle. This law is a local ordinance that applies only to a specific town.
What does is mean no person who acts in reliance upon any representation of my agent as to the scope of my agent's authority granted under this document shall incur any liability to me?
This statement can come in handy for someone who performs an act or claims possession of something using the word of someone who was granted the authority to act upon the behalf of someone. An example would be that if a power of attorney gave possession of a vehicle to someone, the person who took possession of the vehicle would not be liable if they had good faith that the person was authorized to give…
Can someone purchase a vehicle then register that vehicle to someone else but continue to pay for the loan?
Your son is disabled and you live in Missouri you only have truck to get him to the doctors can the vehicle be repossessed?
Is it against the law to park a unregistered vehicle at a business that repairs cars with for sale sign on it?
Putting GPS vehicle tracking on someone else is legal in some circumstances and illegal in other circumstances. Basically, if someone puts GPS vehicle tracking on their own personal property, or if someone puts it on their own business property and they disclose it to their employees who use the vehicle(s), then it is probably legal. But if someone puts GPS vehicle tracking on someone else's property, and/or if they use it to harass someone or…
Generally, in the case of a vehicle that still has a lien against it, you would submit a death certificate to the bank that holds the title. It is then up to the bank's policies whether or not they will allow an assumption and let someone take over the loan. They may ask that the vehicle be surrendered.
What are the chances of winning a malicious mischief suit against adult kids using intimidation and threats of legal disassociation to stop a parent's remarriage?
Slim to none! There are not legal grounds that would uphold an adult filing a suit against other adults for said issues. Before a plaintiff can be successful they must be able to prove damage has been done, not some type of damage may be done. An example of "MM" would be someone throwing eggs at a vehicle and causing damage; not someone threatening to throw eggs at a vehicle.
Yes, if you are 17 and live in Missouri, you are allowed by law to leave home without your parents permission. Additionally, the parents or parent is still required to maintain health insurance for the teenager until he or she turns 18. The teenager is not permitted to own a car (car title in the teen's name) until they are 18. If the teen leaves home in his/her car against their parents permission, the parents…
Can an insurance company discriminate against drivers of their own vehicles for delivery jobs in Florida?
Any of the violation points are assigned to Vehicle Code sections and any other code section, or city or county ordinance, involving the safe operation of a motor vehicle. Any violation occurring as a pedestrian or a bicyclist has no point assigned and department may suspend and place on probation, or revoke, the driving privilege of a negligent operator.
Yes. He can file charges of theft if the vehicle is in the possession of someone other thant the debtor or codebtor. He can have the lender file charges of hindering repossession. He may be able to file charges of breaking the peace if the party holding the vehicle does not quietly turn over the keys and cooperate with surrendering the vehicle.
The vehicle owners insurance company will most likely not pay the bill. Since the vehicle owner allowed an unlicensed driver to illegally operate their vehicle. The vehicle owner as well as the driver are both equally liable for the damages. The vehicle owners insurance company will most likely have to pay a negligence claim against the owner of the vehicle. If the insurer determines that their was fraud involved, such as intentionally failing to schedule…
Who pays when there is an accident involving a vehicle that is insured by someone other than the owner of the vehicle?
Insurance stays with the vehicle, barring any policly exclusions to the contrary, the insurance that covers the vehicle covers that vehicles actions. If you allow someone to drive your vehicle and they have an accident that is their fault your insurance will be the one that takes care of the damages.
Technically, it is possible to ride a lawn mower down a public street legally in Missouri, IF you have otherwise complied with Missouri vehicle laws. The only source for this that I could find was a 2006 letter issued by the Missouri attorney general's office, which is not a source of law but is a fairly reliable record for whether you would actually be prosecuted . That letter notes that the Missouri law for road…