Just ask a friend or ask him yourself don't be shy after all he's just a boy!!!!!!!!!!
IF U REALLY LIKE HIM ASK HIM OUT <3 I LIKE A GUY
When I was in 4th grade, a guy liked me but before he told me he liked me I figured it out. He was always teasing me.
There is no mandatory retirement age for federal judges,
although Congress provides that judges who reach a certain age and
have been judges for a certain amount of time may retire from
full-time service and still earn their salaries.
Most likely, but alot of it depends on the co signers credit score, also if they have sources of income other than a job. The purpose of a co signer is for the bank to have someone to go after for a debt if you don't pay.
If u is talking about kayapo people then i have the answer.. They are black and they were like these type of beaded earing in there ear and they have this type of ink on there body... parents and kids
It has the word rain in it
To summarise all the previous answers - its the shareholders.
The very simplest calculator will have:
The ten digits 0-9
The four simple functions + - / x
Probably an '='
Thus minimum is 16, probably arranged in 4 rows of 4 buttons.
Some may call it a hat, others would call it a cap.
Two 16-year olds cannot rent a flat. You are going to need to be at least 18 years of age. Some places will require you to be even older than 18 in order to rent from them.
co-signors are required of anyone of any age who does NOT meet the credit requirements of the entity extending credit. doesnt have to be parents, that's just where kids normally go first. LOL
No you are not required to cosign for anything for anyone, not even your own child after the age of 18.
You need to discuss the situation with the lender and provide proof that the primary borrower lied on the application. However, the lender may not want to hear your story. You stepped up to guarantee that the loan would be paid. You may need to sue the primary borrower in court yourself if they have defaulted on the loan.
I would ask the auto loan company to send you a copy of the contract to make sure that it exists and that it is something you signed. In most cases, when you agree to cosign on a loan you take on all the responsibilities of the buyer anyway, so I am not sure how much difference it will make, but if they aren't communicating with her for some reason, make sure that the dealership didn't submit the loan incorrectly, and you didn't accidentally sign it that way.
No. Once you have signed you are responsible for making sure the loan is paid. (An exception would be contracts signed at your home which have a right of rescission built in.)
To cosign a loan is to guarantee payment if the borrower fails to pay.