North West... during most of hunting season
683 miles taking this route:
Approximately 2 1/2 hours.
Alabama is a Recourse State. Banks can sue for the difference.
13, Hopefully i help you.
The state capital of Alabama, in the US, is Montgomery.
Montgomery is located on the Alabama River, in the Gulf Coastal Plain
Check all the zip codes of Alabama from the list by going to this url. just copy this url in browser and get all the places and zip codes of Alabama.
Alabama averages about 45 tornadoes per year, but it varies from one year to the next.
According to the office of the Alabama Attorney General, the Alabama buyers remorse laws apply only in very select cases. In most circumstances, consumers have no grace period to cancel a contract or other purchase. Generally, the sale is final as soon as a consumer leaves the retail premises or signs a contract. The Alabama buyers remorse laws allow consumers to cancel purchases such as home solicitation sales, health club memberships and time-share memberships. Home solicitation sales apply to telemarketers, as well as door-to-door salespersons. Legal experts realize that the sales people for home solicitations, health clubs and time-shares can be very persuasive. Consumers might make a deal before they have a chance to think about it. In those circumstances, the consumer may cancel the contract. In most cases, this needs to be done in writing. There is no law that a retailer must issue a refund if a consumer changes their mind about a purchase. Car dealerships are examples of retailers who traditionally don't give refunds or exchanges. Consumers should be aware that a car purchased "as-is" is not covered by any buyer's remorse or used car law. Alabama does have a "Lemon Law" that covers defective automobiles. It covers most cars and trucks for personal use, but specifically excludes motor homes and vehicles weighting over 10,000 pounds. The Alabama "Lemon Law" applies when the vehicle is out of service for 30 days during the warranty period, or after 3 attempts to repair the problem. The "Lemon Law" is valid for 1 year, or 12,000 miles, whichever is shorter. For a defective item that came with a warranty, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act may apply. This federal law covers any product that costs more than $25 and comes with a written warranty. This 1975 law requires manufacturers to honor any written warranty that they offer. It does not require that all manufacturers offer warranties. When you buy a car or other product "as-is", there is no warranty. Under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, if you buy a food processor, vacuum cleaner or even an automobile with a warranty, and it fails to work, this law allows you to sue in federal court. The law covers cases where the product is defective, however, not situations where the buyer simply changed his or her mind.
Yes you are able to as long as your employer has more then 5 workers.
You must talk to your work for them to fill out the paper work. There is a number that employees can call, as i used it last year but I am unable to find it at the moment!
There have been many tornadoes in 2011. The worst tornadoes occurred on April 27, including a high-end EF4 that struck Tuscaloosa and Birmingham, killing 64 and an EF5 that hit Hackleburg and Phil Campbell, killing 72.
Alabama has a â€œRelief of Minor Children from Disabilities of Nonageâ€ Title 26, Chapter 13- The Age of Majority in Alabama is 19. The Relief of Minor Children from Disabilities is only available to minors over age of 18.
Alabama mandates that the doors to all public buildings must open outwards. It is worth noting that UL did a study of improvements that can be made to homes to make them more tornado proof. The best single improvement that they found was doors that open outward.
This mandate is for the safety of all people. It should be adopted by all States through installation of "panic hardware" which will ensure that no one is injured during any emergency evacuation.
I know that South Florida reguires outside doors to open outward, but this for the fire safety issue. You are against the door to get out in a fire and it opens out.
The question should have included why and when this law was put into force. The Cocoanut Grove Fire was the greatest killing fire in night club history. The club door set up caused people to jam up against the in opening in doors to get out which killed a lot of people with smoke, not fire. New England was a leader in this early law. The Cocoanut Grove was Boston's premier nightclub during the post-Prohibition 1930s and 40s. On November 28, 1942, occurred the scene of what remains the deadliest nightclub fire, killing 492 people (which in itself was 32 more than the building's authorized capacity) and injuring hundreds more. It was also the second-worst single-building fire in American history; only the 1903 Iroquois Theater fire in Chicago had a higher death toll, of 602. The enormity of the tragedy shocked the nation and briefly replaced the events of World War II in newspaper headlines. In both cases, most of those who lost their lives would have survived, had the existing safety codes been enforced. The tragedy led to a reform of codes and safety standards across the country.
November 11, 1892
The driving distance between Indianapolis, IN and Montgomery, AL is approximately 570 miles. The driving time would be approximately 9 hours 15 minutes if you were to travel non-stop in good driving conditions. (The driving time does not take into consideration conditions which may extend trip time such as weather, road work and rush hour traffic in urban areas.)
Robert Riley is a republican.
Mississippi is the state immediately west of Alabama.
average temp range in alabama is -27 - 112 degrees F
The below given calculated time and distance does not include time spent in traffic, effect of weather and other obstacles. The distance between these two places is 358 miles. The above said location can be reached from the starting position in 6 hours 8 minutes.
Departure point: Birmingham, Alabama
Destination point: Missouri, United States
Estimated flight duration: 1 hour, 23 minutes
It is 4,357 miles from Birmingham Airport to Honolulu International. ;-)
Yes, according to CousinCouples.com, its perfectly legal.
Well u only have to be 14 to get a work permit and work but 99% of places will hire ppl 16 and older.