When can accountable officer be held pecuniarily liable?
If the offense cost money, the officer responsible is pecuniarily liable.
ANSWERABLE : (held) responsible (for), culpable, accountable, liable
Responsible means that someone is accountable or in charge. A way to say that in past tense would be that they took charge. They were held accountable. They were liable or accountable.
The security officer or Administrator
That depends on the local laws. In cases of necessities they can usually be held accountable. If it is not a necessity, the agreement could be voided.
If you are rear ended is this considered no fault or is the driver of the car that impacts mine liable?
The person who hits you from behind, is usually held accountable. It's called "failure to control."
Since minors cannot be held lgally liable or accountable for any contracts or legal dealings, you will have to be older than the age of majority in your state.
A government is held accountable by regular elections.
Is a chief financial officer or chief executive officer criminally liable for certifying reports that contain misrepresentation in the financial statement of a public company?
Yes, both would be criminally liable. If they sign the report saying it is correct, they are held responsible for it, and if it is incorrect they can be sued.
Of course it depends on the personal biases of those you ask, but no more than the liability for housing you in your home. You cannot be held accountable for the acts of others. You are not liable for what your tennants do.
A spouse can be held liable for child support.
Can a parent who cosigns a vehicle loan for their child be held liable for any accidents if the vehicle is titled in the child's name?
It is the insured that is liable not the loan signers. Although if you live under your parents roof and are legally dependant then they could be sued but it is highly unlikely that they would be held accountable. Anyone can be sued for anything in this country but it is the courts that determine the success or failure of the suit. Tell Dad that You are the defendant in a suit not Him. Y-THINK-Y
The US government is not held accountable for funding the IRA because the US government did not fund the IRA. Even though numerous citizens of the United States provided funds to the Irish Republican Army, it was never US state policy to support the IRA and, therefore, the US as a nation has no duty to compensate the victims of the IRA. If anyone should be held liable for the damage that the IRA wrought… Read More
you can be held liable if you do not report it before the crime takes place however a investigation will take place before you are charged and if you are innocent you wont be held liable.
I am held accountable for all of the decorations for the 87th birthday party.
if a child signs for the remaining balance on the fathers funerla bill are they held accountable.
Being held accountable for something or some action means that you are responsible for that thing or action. If you are held accountable for, for example, unlocking the doors at the beginning of the day, it is your job to see that they are unlocked. If they are not unlocked at the designated time, it will be considered your fault and you may get a negative response from your employer.
Can you be held liable if you have a permit and was in the vehicle with a licensed driver and got into an accident in NY?
Who else do you think should be held liable?
Yes, they can be held liable for theft. It is a breach of fiduciary duty and is a crime.
Yes, I may be held liable for my actions
When a police officer arrests someone based on an improperly issued warrant the warrant protects the officer from liability?
If the officer reasonably believes the warrant is valid, then the officer is protected from any legal (or civil) consequence. However, the key phrase to that is "the officer reasonably believes". If someone manages to prove that the officer "should have known better", or that the officer lied in order to have the warrant issued, the officer can be held liable, as they knew the warrant was invalid.
Yes, they could be held liable, but only if the negligence is contributable to a loss
To what extent should Internet Service Providers be held liable and accountable for the use of their equipment?
Internet service provider or "ISPs" provide Internet access service to customers such as storing data for their customers' use on a Usenet newsgroup server or a world wide web server.The ISP can be held liable if the activities of its customers are generally based on a knowledge of the customer's activity unaware of the behavior of its customer or ISP becomes aware of the customer's activity, or should have become aware of the activity with… Read More
The executor is responsible for paying any debts, including taxes, owed by the decedent before any assets can be distributed. If the debts are not paid and assets are distributed the executor can be held personally responsible.
can the executor be liable for estate tax
no Actually people with dementia can be held accountable. This does not mean all dementia suffers can or will be held accountable. Some have a very mild form and have a reasonable understanding of right and wrong, and some have severe dementia and probably would not even be able to recall such an incident seconds later. Should they be treated in the same manner.
Should businesses be held morally accountable applying different standards than you use to assess others in a society?
yes, I believe that business should be held accountable for there action while conduct business.
they wont, if jesus has his way with them
Can a high school coach or school district be held liable if a player gets injured and loses their athletic scholarship?
This is very doubtful playing sports in general you have to assume there will be minor or major injuries. Assuming the injury you are talking about occured while playing sports and not doing something reckless outside the realm of sports, then I don't think the high school or coach will be held accountable.
If a user illegally installs software on their home computer, they are held liable. (If a child illegally installs software on a parent's computer, the parent will most likely be held liable, depending upon the age of the child.) The exact person held liable is more sketchy when applied to a company. If the company has masterminded the illegal installation of software (i.e., they told the employees to do it), they will most likely be… Read More
Can you be held liable for your daughter's accident if she was driving your divorced spouse's uninsured car?
As long as your daughter is under 18 or 22 in som cases you can be held liable for any of her actions
In reference to law, the word "liable "is the act of being held responsible. for example, when there is a puddle on the flood in a grocery store and there is not a wet floor warning sign, if a customer slips and falls, the company will be held liable for the customers injury expenses.
an individual can not be held liable for crimes committed by their partner, as long as there was no agreement to commit the crime, or participation in the crime on the individuals behalf
The person liable is the person who ignored the warning.
You should never trust legal advice given on the internet, especially on a topic that depends on state and local laws. Best advice is to call a local lawyer from a blocked number. That said, I do believe that the passenger can claim ownership and deny the knowledge of the rest of the people in the vehicle and take the blame. But if no one takes the blame, everyone is held accountable.
Your Mother cannot be held accountable for your truancy!! My Step Daughter who is 16 soon to be 17 can quit school if she wants. I live in Michigan and that is what they do here. So you are accountable for your truancy!! When i was 17 my parents were held accountable even when i wasnt living with them and this is in texas. they wont fine you but they can put you on probation… Read More
Owners of stock in corporations (both publicly and privately held) have what is called "Limited Liability," which means that the owner is only liable up to the amount that he has invested into the business. In the event of litigation or liquidation, the corporation itself is considered the liable entity, not the owners. The exception is that in certain circumstances when an owner or manager has deliberately acted in a deceptive manner, the "corporate veil"… Read More
The Federal Government.
They should and are.
Yes, it is a derivative adjective meaning "held to account" or responsible.
You can possibly be held liable if you suggested this. This is highly against the law and can result in jail time.
Do you have to have to have permission to put up a free standing lean to shed against a neighbors garage?
Absolutely yes. You have no right to attach anything to your neighbor's property and will be held liable for any damages thereto.
No you cannot be held accountable unless its for a medical contract. or You are accountable if you a seek a court to have them consider you an adult (if you have no guardian and such)
The FDA can not be held liable for injuries from drug side effects. Those responsible for a liability are the manufactures that produce the products and even medical professionals.
There are a few debts for which you can be held responsible whether or not you signed. If you received a service and did not pay the vendor, you could be held criminally liable. If you received healthcare and were unable to sign at the time of treatment, you will be held responsible. If you agreed to pay during a telephone call and that call was recorded, you could be held liable.
No. They are liable if they are the party that accepted the responsibility for the medical bills that are coming due.
The owner of the vehicle is going to be held liable for any damages caused by the underage driver.