Asked in Custody, Child Support
Can a mother relocate a child from Illinois to Tennessee without a the Court and father's consent if they are still married and ordered by the court not to leave the state?
If there is a court order that says not to leave the state of course you can not leave! ...
Do you have to leave the premises if you get 2 technical fouls?
no but you do have to leave the court
Asked in Court Procedure, Law & Legal Issues
What is a request to court for a motion for leave?
In legalese when you request "the leave of the court" it means you are asking the court's approval to be allowed to do something. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Law & Legal Issues
Is it legal to leave court papers at your doorstep instead of handing the to you?
You are confusing legal with proper civil procedure. It is legal to leave court papers at your doorstep. It is also legal to leave the newspaper. It is not considered personal service within the intent of the rules of civil procedure to leave court papers that are intended for personal service at the doorstep. ...
Asked in Australia, New South Wales
Can you leave the state of new south wales if you have pending court matters in?
If they have told you, you are not to leave then no. If they haven't and you have every intention of appearing in court on the set date then yes. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
Is it illegal to leave the state of Virginia with a pending court date?
Unless there is some information that the questioner does not disclose - no - as long as you return to the state and appear for your court date, it is not illegal to leave the state with a pending court date. ...
How does a 17 year old get emancipated to leave his home?
You need to get a a judge to let you leave by court order.
Asked in Court Procedure
What does dressing the court mean?
Could you mean to be asking, 'What does the term "addressing" the court mean?' Addressing the court means speaking to the judge while the court is in session and everybody is on record. -------------- Dressing the court is when the judge is still sitting and the last advocate in court will remain 'dressing the court' until the judge allows them to leave. Its a sign of respect and courtesy and the judge will normally let them leave quickly. ...
Asked in Custody, Child Support, Custody Documents
Does a company have the right to fire a child for having to leave for 6 weeks due to court ordered custody?
No you can Take them to court
Asked in Custody, Divorce and Marriage Law
Can you leave your husband in Arizona and take the kids?
You can leave and ask for temporary custody until the court has determined permanent custody. ...
Asked in Volleyball
Can volleyball players leave court during timeout?
It all depends if the coach calls the team off the court or not. But yes you can leave the court and go to your teams sidelines. But you can also stay on the court and huddle with your team and talk about how you can improve your skills during the game who's setting up who where everybody should be ..ect. ...
Who goes to the Supreme Court in New Zealand?
All cases that are appealed from the Court of Appeal go to the Supreme Court. First you must seek leave (permission) of the court to make your appeal, however. ...
Asked in Olympics Basketball
How many fouls can an Olympic basketball player commit before being asked to leave the court?
i think that the players can get up 2 about 5 fouls before being asked 2 leave the court ...
Asked in Children and the Law, Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out, Age of Consent & Underage Relationships
Can a 15 year old leave foster home to move with real parent?
No. Placement in a foster home is a court ordered mandate. If you were to leave and live with your parent, you could subject them to legal action. What you can do is have you parent petition the court for custody or you yourself petition the court to be heard. ...
Asked in Polo, Indian Premier League IPL
What is Lalit Modi DLF IPL is favourite city?
His favorite city is Jaipur. He currently has a court order from Jaipur that he can not leave India. His favorite city is Jaipur. He currently has a court order from Jaipur that he can not leave India. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
What is a leave to plead?
In legal terms asking "leave" is asking the permission of the court to be allowed to do something. A pleading is defined as "a complaint and answer; a reply to a counterclaim; an answer to a cross-claim; and/or a third party complaint and answer. Thus, "a leave to plead" is asking the permission of the court to to either file a complaint or to file an answer to a complaint. ...
Asked in Custody, Child Support, Income Garnishment
If a child is court ordered to be with grandparents can she leave at sixteen?
No, she is not an adult at 16. The court has declared the grandparents are the legal guardians. They determine where she lives and when she can move out. ...