What information can you give me about the Democratic-Republican Party?
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If you ask a policeman to give you information on another party Can he legally give this information to you?
Can an attorney give a copy of a deposition to a non involved party for review without knowledge or permission from the opposing party?
Newspapers are a form of media that doles out information to a large audience. A political party would give specific information of news whether it be slanderous information about other parties and their magnates or information that shows the party in an appealing fashion. Furthermore, by using newspapers the political party could get their information out to a broader audience without having to move to each area where there are voters because this would be…
Not sure what you are looking for here. If you are asking about tenpin bowling, I recommend contacting your local bowling alley. They will be able to give you their party rates and schedule the party. If you want to make it more informal and just have a bunch of people bowling bowling together, they can usually give a discount for large groups if they schedule it ahead of time.
What information by law has to be given at a car accident by either party and do you have to give your address out?
No you don't give him a gift. It is your party and it's expected that your guests give you a gift. If he should ever have a birthday or say Graduation Party, then that is the time to give him a gift. Be sure to personally thank your friends for the gifts they give and let them know you appreciate it.
No. You are not legally required to give any personal information to a collection agency. It is never wise to allow a third party collector access to your personal financial information, especially bank accounts. Some collectors will try to intimidate you into doing so, however you are not legally required to do that either. And you shouldn't.
When a party in control tries to redraw lines within a state to give them an advantage this is called?
The simplest answer would be "credible source" information. Many websites on the internet give no source material, or source material taken out of context - if not outright mis-information. Traditional libraries, and their books, normally provide source material for third party conformation of the information they present.
This is actually a difficult question to answer. The short answer is "Democrats," which is the name of the political party to which he belongs. But you seem to be asking about other members of his party, and there are Democrats in politics in many states of the United States: Democratic senators and representatives, Democratic governors and mayors, etc. So, without knowing which Democrats you are asking about, I cannot give you more detailed information.
Insurance Policy Information is covered by the Federal privacy act. You will have to ask them for their insurance information, If you have been involved in an accident and the other party refuses to release that information to you and you have a bonifide claim, Then you have the option to sue the responsible party and have the court order the information to be released to you.