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NYC - double park allowed when one side of the street is being swept?

A:  In article <rfl6a0lsuq4vr9pm24fkv18fq66ltqhm6q...4ax.com>, vocano...nds.com says...Someone please explain to me, while it''s said that in New YorkCity double parking of passenger vehicles is illegal at all timesincluding Alternate Side Parking Regulation days, on the days oneside of my neighborhood (Brooklyn) streets is being swept, peoplefrequently double-park their cars on the other side of thestreet. I don''t see them get ticketed. Are the rules suspendedduring the period? How soon do we have to move our carsafterwards to avoid a ticket? Catch 22. Yes it is illegal, but it is permitted. It is up to you to guess, usually after you get a ticket, as to how long you can stay double parked. Best bet is to do what all the regulars do. They can tell you what time...

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Time line anticipated for actionn

A:  How long do we wait to see some progress? depends upon how you define progress--progress by your attorney or progress by SSA. How long does this ususlly take before the case if reviewed again. 12-18 months in most states. What can we do to expedite? Sometimes contacting your congressperson can speed things up a little. Ask your attorney if it will help....

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I''ve been living with a friend in Concord, CA 94518 and supposedly a Trustees Sale on his house was held on

A:  Serena, I worked with a new owner of a property purchased at a trustee sale. I did not have authority to offer the family anything for moving out but it was ok. Personally, I would move out before there was any humiliating circumstance that arose. At the very least, I would check with my city/county and find out what the tenant/landlord laws are and what options you may have. You have asked a great question that perhaps you should pose to a real estate attorney. I wish you the best! If the property did sell - the new owner may attempt to contact you (your friend). If the property didn''t sell it''ll become bank property (REO) and they''ll usually assign a local Agent to offer you "cash for keys". Move out peacefully and we''ll give you x...

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AZ- New hires - How long do we have to pay them?

A:  Patty can tell you for certain, but making a new employee wait almost a month for their first paycheck is not a decision I''d want to defend in front of the DOL. I suggest you look into a manual check. I wouldn''t want to defend this either. First of all, I wonder why the cutoff is so early. Secondly, the payroll cutoff date is irrelevant. The state, nor the employee, cares what the payroll cutoff is. I''ve been in payroll management for over 15 years and I would be doing a check for the amount he would have been paid on the check of the 15th had the paperwork made the cutoff. I agree. I think 24 days is way too long to go without a check. I just didn''t know what the legal answer was. I mean if someone started work on the 14th they should not expect a check on the...

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How long do I wait to be paid commission?

A:  The EEOC would have nothing to do with this issue unless you have reason to believe that they are deliberately withholding commission BECAUSE OF your race, gender and so on. The EEOC deals exclusively with discrimination issues and does not get involved with wage issues. Depending on your state, the DOL may or may not involve itself with commission issues. Some do, some don''t. You can certainly call them, describe the situation, and ask their advice. It is illegal to fire you or take adverse action against you because you filed a complaint with the DOL (or the EEOC, for that matter)....

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How long do I wait to see if charges are filed against me?

A:  They have until the statute of limitations runs out to file charges.  For most misdemeanors, that is 1 year.  Felonys can be several years.  It depends upon the laws of your state and the policies of the local prosecutors office as to whether they will keep a case open....

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Generally after a settlement hearing, how long do you wait to get paid if an agreement was reached?

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How soon must my husband consult with a lawyer after an auto accident?

A:  Why pay an attorney? let the ins. co. attorneys handle it... before the statute of limitations expire...i think its 3 years for auto accidents. if you call within a month of the accident you are fine. Definitely get a copy of the police report for your own records so if/when you go lawyer shopping you''ll have something to shwo them and for them to get a opinion on. I would wait until the vehicle''s owner''s insurance company says they''ll pay/or not. If they don''t want to pay then get a lawyer. I would call someone as soon as possible. A lot of the accident/injury lawers like to visit the crash site and see if there is anything left to take...

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Family Property- Taxes Due - What happens?

A:  The property should be under the jurisdiction of the Probate Court. I understand that I need to seek a laywer for that. But, funds don''t permit that at the moment. How long can we wait to start probate? And is there a way to start with out a laywer. Can I start paper work on my own? California area Thanks! Contact the Probate Court directly. Thank you! You''re welcome and good luck....

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How to evict freeloader relative--Q

A:  Yes, you can enter the house with your mother''s authorization. Your niece only has a reasonable expectation of privacy in her bedroom area, so I suggest you not go in there. Common area within the house are fine. That said, to avoid problems, you might want to stay out and simply go through the eviction process. You already gave written notice, so you are good to go for the court papers now. If there are valuables in the house that you are worried the niece might take off with, then you might want to get into the house, the common areas and your mother''s bedroom, and inventory/photograph what is there, and take possession of any small items such as jewelry that are valuable and belong to your mother. You have some leeway here... the niece is not entitled to the whole house, and absent...