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Asked in Business Plans
Can you identify the fixed and working capital in the case of a selected business?
what is the fixed and working capital of a bakery
Do all bakery displays have curved glass?
It would be impossible to say that all bakery displays have curved glass because the ability to check with every bakery on the planet is essentially impossible. However, the answer is no. Here is one example of a case that is not curved: http://bit.ly/q9C37j ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Children and the Law
Parent's legal responsiblity for grandchild born to underage mother?
In the case of underage parents a legal guardian must be appointed. Very often the grandparents will be considered and appointed if the court finds that to be in the best interest of the child. Grandparents are not held legally responsible for their grandchildren. ...
Asked in Roman Empire, Dictatorship
How long could a dictator hold the power?
A dictator was appointed for six months with the option to have his commission renewed if necessary. The big exception to this custom was in the case of Julius Caesar. In order to flatter Caesar, the senate renewed his dictatorship for ten years and finally they renewed it for life. ...
Asked in Blueberries
Where can you find duncan hines blueberry muffin bakery style?
Where in the Denver metro area are Bakery style Blueberry Muffin mixes sold? I have looked at Safeway, King Soopers and Wal-Mart. They do not carry them. Can I buy a case of them directly from you? ...
Asked in Child Support
Why is the grandmother the custodial party on the child support case and not the mother?
The grandmother must be the court appointed legal guardian of the child. You need to visit the court and review the file for more information regarding the case. The grandmother must be the court appointed legal guardian of the child. You need to visit the court and review the file for more information regarding the case. The grandmother must be the court appointed legal guardian of the child. You need to visit the court and review the file for more information regarding the...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Where can one obtain a free attorney?
Not every case is eligible court-appointed attorney, so in order to request the aid of a court-appointed attorney, the defendant is required to file for assistance. To find an attorney that is not court-appointed, but willing to work pro bono (voluntarily without pay), you should speak directly to the attorney and plead your case. ...
When may a private prosecutor be authorized to prosecute a criminal case?
In the US they are not eligible to be appointed to such status.
Asked in To Kill a Mockingbird
How did Atticus come to be given the tom Robinson case in to kill a mockingbird?
The judge appointed atticus to defend the case so atticus said yes
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Civil Process, Court Procedure
Can you get a court appointed attorney for civil court?
Typically, you cannot get a court appointed attorney in a civil case. There are a small number of instances, however, in which a court will appoint an attorney in a civil case (for example, to represent a child in a neglect or abuse case or, in some states, to represent a parent in a suit initiated by the state for the termination of parental rights). ...
How can I stop solicitors that do not respect the do not call registry?
The government is your best friend in this case. There is a national do-not-call list you can sign in to, which keeps sollicitors out of your hair. All you need to know can be found on the website of the Federal Communication Commission. ...
Asked in Elections and Voting
Who is appointed to supervise and oversee the election process in a local jurisdiction which violated the Voting Rights Act?
Voting referees. (People who were qualified had been appointed to oversee a case and make sure it was fair.) ...
Why did Marbury sue Madison?
William Marbury was appointed to be the Justice of the Peace in the District of Columbia by outgoing President John Adams in 1801. The commission was never delivered, so Marbury sued the new Secretary of State, James Madison to compel him to deliver the commission. The case formed the basis for judicial review in the United States. Marbury v. Madison, 5 US 137 (1803) For more information, see Related Questions, below. ...
Asked in Debt and Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Law
Does the court check with employers regarding bankruptcy?
No. The trustee, appointed in every case, might check with an employer in a rare case. In almost 40 years, I have never had it happen. ...