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I need to know about the Ohio BMV and if This is true.

A:  There's two things you have to look up. The first is the Ohio licensing requirements for used car dealers. You can find that in Chapter 4517: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/4517 Fatmatt2009: I'd say you are probably OK with regard to echeck but I still suggest you do the research. And make sure you keep signed Bills of Sale that say AS IS. As for the "fraudulent non-dealer" thing I'm sure you realize that the BMV is a bureaucracy and it could be many months before they act on somebody's complaint and it certainly won't have anything to do with the customer service people at the BMV. It'll be handled by the Dealer Licensing Section and that is not going to trickle down to the customer service level so, no, nobody there is going to tell you that...

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property managers failure

A:  Sure, you can sue her for failing to render her fiduciary duty. Agree--you sue her for breech of fidicuary duty qand pack in all the reasonable damages you can muster including delay in ability to rerent/loss of rents . You bear burden of proof as to unclean and damages. In a small town expect local gal may have an edge- over filty rich out of town owners----so be sure  to play a clean hardball game.   Is a local license required and was she licensed? Be careful--could run against you if you used unlicensed agent.   Odds are your agent blew the duty to respond to tenant as to any security...

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Can I get out of the lease by . .

A:  "The first few days that I moved in, I found out what the neighborhood was like during the night." The burden was and is on you to check out the neighborhood crime rate, etc. before you decide to sign a lease if this issue is of concern. "What are my chances of getting out of the lease by using those two things (Cert of Occ. and questionable ownership)?" Even if she doesn't own the property, perhaps she rents it. She's evidently your landlord until proven otherwise. That's not an issue for lease termination. As for the illegality of the unit affecting validity of lease, you'd have to talk with a local real estate attorney who handles landlord-tenant work. Lack of recorded ownership is not a winnable reason to walk out. Lack of a legally

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Real estate planning and zoning question?

A:  Planning and zoning are not always the smartest in county government and there it helps to have friends No matter where you are located, you are always subject to zoning and approval from the governing board. You can attempt to hire an attorney, but generally this is not successful, since the courts have held that these restrictions of various types are legal. I live in Wisconsin on a five acre rural parcel. Shortly after we bought land and built, the township changed the zoning ordinance to preclude any lot smaller than 35 acres. That held for about ten years, and then the ordinance was softened to exclude from the ordinance any untillable farm land, such as wooded areas. In my sister''s township, lots are designated as small as 1.5 acres, but there is a minimum footage requirement for...

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How do I get my Learners Permit at 19?

A:  take your ID and birth certificate to the dmv and apply for your permit, they will be able to tell you how long it is good for. You do not need to have a learners permit to get your drivers license after the age of 18. here is a link to the DMV: http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/Driverlicense/Applyforlicense.htm and here is what it says on that link: Apply for Driver license Requirements for All Applicants All first time applicants for a Texas driver license must: Apply in person at a Texas Driver license office. Present documents that verify your Identity. Different documents are required if you...

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In Ohio , is it possible for a 17 year old to buy a car in their name without a license?

A:  Nope, nation wide you must be 18 to own a car. No exceptions. that guy in top of me is right hehe heyyyyy :D u most be 18 year old to own a car all over the u.s At 17 you are still legally considered a minor and cannot enter into contracts such as buying / financing a car, and buying insurance. The worst source of information you can get is from your "friends". In the USA, There is no law that requires a person to have a drivers license simply to buy a car. Despite what others say here, there is no age limit to buy a car either. A drivers license is required for driving, not for buying...

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Can you spend time in jail for diving on a suspended driver''s license?

A:  The following are Kentucky statutes: 189A.090. Operating motor vehicle while license isrevoked or suspended for driving under the influenceprohibited — Operating motor vehicle without requiredignition interlock device prohibited — Penalties. (1) No person shall operate or be in physical control of amotor vehicle while his license is revoked or suspended underKRS 189A.010(6), 189A.070, 189A.107, 189A.200, or 189A.220,or operate or be in physical control of a motor vehiclewithout a functioning ignition interlock device in violationof KRS 189A.345(1). (2) In addition to any other penalty imposed by the court,any person who violates subsection (1) of this section shall: (a) For a first offense within a five...

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What happens if you have a valid driver's license, but you're not carrying it, and you get into an accident?

A:  You can be cited for driving without a license, but you generally have some time to provide proof that you are licensed and the charge will be dismissed. The DMV should provide some sort of temporary documentation that you can carry that will satisfy legal standards. To my knowledge your insurance is valid unless you are unlicensed. These issues vary somewhat from state to state. Call your insurance company and the authorities for absolute answers. Yes, you can also be ticketed with not being able to show proof of a driver license, it is required to be available if you are pulled over. Your insurance would cover the wreck, only upon verifying...

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Is it possible to put a specific driver on each vehicle?

A:  It depends on your insurance company but usually NO. Ask your insurance company this question and in the meantime read the rules about households and insurance There is a law that insurance companies to cover all household members who have a drivers license, But… Most all insurance companies will require that you call and notify them to either allow a licensed household members to be added to the policy or exclude them. This is because as household members it is assumed they have access to your vehicles and may drive them at any time. These drivers are thus a risk/rating factor to be taken into consideration. Don’t think you can get by and not notify them of...

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Can the police department put a 30-day impound hold on your vehicle for driving on suspended license

A:  The following information comes from the California Highway Patrol website at: http://www.chp.ca.gov/html/impound.htmlCalifornia Vehicle Code (CVC) Sections 14602.6 and 14607.6 On January 1, 1995, new laws were enacted relating to unlicensed drivers. These laws, California Vehicle Code (CVC) Sections 14602.6 and 14607.6 authorize tow enforcement agencies to tow and impound vehicles for 30 days when driven by unlicensed, suspended, or revoked drivers. There is a possibility that the vehicle could be forfeited (taken from you by the state) if you have a prior conviction for driving while unlicensed, or with a suspended...