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Can you sue someone for taking a picture of you when you say no?

A:  The law behind this differs whether you are speaking about taking a picture of the individual located on private or public property. The Supreme Court uses: expectation of privacy. The answer to this question also applies to videotaping. However, the laws of audio recording, which usually comes along with the video recording, differs from state to state. Private: You are taking a picture of the person who is located in a place where he or she does expect privacy, such as in a home or a building. Since the person is located in a place where he or she expects the most privacy, you may not snap photos through windows or enter the property to take photos without the person''s consent. Public: You are taking a photo of a person who is on public...

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If i fail to giveway and have an accident with an unregistered car, who is at fault?

A:  The person who caused the accident. Failure to yield makes that person at fault. Have you decided who was supposed to yield at the site of the accident? In a traffic circle in Washington State, those who enter must yield; in California, those already in the circle must yield (or so I have been told). You need to be positive about the road conditions and not make any statements related to guilt before it is investigated. A judge will take into account which parts of each car are damaged to determine who hit who. I take it you are not driving the unregistered car. Anyone who does can be cited for that regardless of whether they are in an accident. It doesn''t change things for the insurance company since it is not viewed as a contributing factor. The unregistered car did not cause the crash,...

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What is the largest vehicle i can drive using a full uk license?

A:  Passed your test after 01 Jan 1997 then it is a vehicle with maximum mass of 7.5 tonne If you passed after that date it is 3.5 tonne maximum mass Maximum is the maximum the vehicle can go to when loaded....

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Right hand driving is it legal in u.s.a.?

A:  Call the DMV in the State where he gets his driver''s license. (If he lives in a big city, he should call a small town DMV nearby, it''ll be easier.) I know that it''s pretty common to have cars modified due to disabilities such as joystick accelerators for paraplegics and such. I''ve even seen on TV documentaries a woman with no arms who sits legs crossed and uses her toes to steer, change gears, etc. and she got her license with no problem, same with a pair of conjoined twins who essentially look like a single body with 2 heads (they had to take the driver''s test twice, since each one needed a license). The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that we accommodate disabilities whenever possible. There may be some paperwork or procedures to be sure that the...

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Am I wrong to think that buying/selling/trading a vehicle should be a decision that is agreed upon mutually?

A:  You could not be more right if you tried. You are positively 100% correct on this score. You can bet if the shoe was on the other foot and you were making a decision that involved him he would Absolutely expect discussion and agreement. You have every right to expect such a decision of this nature would be discussed and decided upon mutually. He is acting like a single, independent guy with no-one but himself and his needs that matter. I would put it to him that all things of this nature need to be discussed and agreed upon. Decisions such as this are not something that he makes alone and that you are in a relationship together. If he doesn''t agree with you put it to him that being single is where decisions of this nature are acceptable but not in this instance. If he is not prepared to...

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How do you legally get a person out of your house that is not a tenant?

A:  It would depend on what is specified in the lease. If it is a, tenant at will situation, for instance, week to week or month to month, you can always evict. If there is a lease with a stated length, you really can't do anything unless the son is doing something illegal. When you are a tenant and have a lease that doesn't specify the number of tenants allowed to live on a premise, the tenant has the expectation that their home is their home and can invite whomever they wish to reside or vist. In an apartment situation, a lease will clearly state the number of occupants allowed....

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Our neighbour has built a single storey conservatory with windows that look into our kitchen window?

A:  I am having problems with my neighbour I own my house so the fact that you are a tenant really don''t matter if the person is that way disposed they are the looser. Now you say you wish to purchase your council house you could turn this to your advantage by applying now but get your solicitor to ask the council to prove the boundary before you can complete of course this will take time but you can use it to arrange finance. when you do eventually own your property you will have got it at cheaper price than your neighbour which is what is bugging her. the only qualm I have as a home owner about council houses being sold off is that they are not using the money to build housing for the next generation good luck to you Did I mention that our neighbour photographs us the police won''t do...

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In this case, the listing was already expired. The buyer learned of the upcoming sheriff''s sale through a

A:  Chris IMHO if the buyer became interested in the home, aware of it''s availabilty, via an avenue other than the Realtor''s marketing, then it would appear that the waitress would be the "procurring cause". However, you should know that just making an offer on a property is a lot different than getting it sold and closed. My personal experience that in most transactions there is something that comes up that you could clearly demonstrate to a client that the value of resolving the issue was less than the commission paid. Areas that I would be concerned about include: 1. Is the buyer qualified? (meaning has a lender verified their income, credit score, down payment, etc.). 2. Is the buyer serious? (if the offer is accepted, will they close escrow or do they have other options). 3....

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how to bid for a house? i hired an agent but she is forcing me to buy a house from her listing. I''m

A:  Don''t be scared Jeremy, it is o.k. I was speaking of an exclusive buyers agency agreement. The agreement where the buyer owes you a commision no matter who they buy with. That is what I do not use. We must have "CIS" signed, but it is not a commitment to the agent forever. Some agents mistakenly think that is what this document means. The CIS explains relationships and agency. This person sounds like they were manipulated by their agent. I would still tell them to walk on him/her - never mind speaking to that agents broker, just walk away and contact another agent, ask friends and family who have had a transaction with a reputable agent. Sometimes I question the legitimacy of the questions asked here. Sorry if this is a real life situation but I have to point out a...

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No two weeks notice given, and my pay is being withheld.

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