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Is there a law that requires your employer to cover personal property damage if you were using it for work?

A:  There''s no law, but if you had an accident in your own vehicle while using it for work and you were not at fault, your employer will probably cover your costs. Most companies have insurance policies to cover this kind of thing. I can Provide a Link if you are willing to reveal which state you are interested in, the employer would be required to cover your vehicle if they authorized you to use it for company business....

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Is there a law that requires any individual to file any type of taxes in the united states?

A:  Congress imposed our current income tax structure through the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  The dispute by many today is over whether or not the necessary 3/4 of the states ratified this Amendment in 1913. The short answer is, yes, individuals and businesses must file federal income tax returns.  citizens who work outside the U.S. must also file federal income tax returns. From the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Bulletin: ''The function of the Internal Revenue Service is to administer the Internal Revenue Code. tax policy for...

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What is the specific law or laws that exist which requires all U.S. citizens to pay federal income taxes?

A:  Glad to oblige. (Though, technically, not all citizens have to pay income taxes each year, only those that meet certain criteria) For the income tax laws, check out: http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/index.php... http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/u... http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/u... http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/u... http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/u... http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/u... For the major acts passed by congress...

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In the state of Texas if you own your home is there a law that requires each child to have their own room or can children of the same sex share a room and just have there own beds and belongings?

A:  Well I am not so sure about a law pertaning to kids having there own room per child but somethings will depend on how many childern are in a room,the room size,and there age....

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Did you know there is no law that says you have to pay federal income tax?

A:  The 16th Ammendment to the Constitution. My 2 cents. Oh please -There most certainly are laws- Title 26 of the federal statutes is the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. There are web sites that proliferate this BS. There are probably 500 cases regarding different variations of this theme ALL of them losers who paid fines, went to jail or both. No, I didn''t. So many people are in prison for not paying them, that I assumed there had to be a law. Boy won''t all of those judges feel silly when you bring this to the nation''s attention. On the other hand, I know there is no law saying I have to die either, but it is about as unavoidable as

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Can I legally be towed from a public road by a resident?

A:  HomeMadePizza wrote: Hi, I''m currently commuting to a nearby university to catch up on some career skills. There is absolutely nowhere to park near campus. EXCEPT some streets nearby which are residential, but are still thoroughfares (i.e. they not ''side streets'' by any definition of the word.) The problem is, although parking seems widely available on these streets during my class hours (9am-12am), there are signs up indicating "Resident Parking Only". I KNOW what the sign says, but it just doesn''t seem right. Isn''t it a public road? How can they declare "Only residents may park here on this road"? Is there a law which gives them the right to tow my car if I park there? I know for a private parking lot, or even a...

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what law deals with this?

A:  This is contract law. You did not have a written agreement, but the verbal agreement was modified by the landlord/car dealer without your ability to negotiate. Q1) "As I was working he came by and announce that he had changed my prices. I disagreed and he threatened to take back the car (although we have a signed agreement) and to evict me." A1) Did you have a written agreement with prices for the car and another for the roof work? Q2) "I shingled 3 houses and at his prices I have not even made one month''s rent. By my (our agreed on) prices, I have paid 2 month''s rent." A2) What does your written agreement say as to price? Q3) "When the jobs I had agreed to do were done I refused to do anymore roofing for him. He is now evicting me."...

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Parking Requirements for Employees

A:  "Is there a law that requires employers to make parking free and accessible to their employees?" Sorry, no. :) if it helps you feel any better, I pay $265 (and there are no doubt folks who pay a whole lot more than that). "Is there a law that requires employers to make parking free and accessible to their employees?" Heck, no. It's commonplace for employees who work in a downtown area to have to pay for parking. FYI, it is also legal for an employer to pay for parking for some employees (i.e. executives, senior managers, etc.) and not others. If it helps...

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i need a? answered

A:  i have a freind that has 3 childern and any way one of the childern may not be his he has known this from day one when she was born he signed the brith critifict and every thing ...well now they are divorce ed an he wonts a test done so he dont have to pay child support ..... is there a law that will alow him to do this.... and what kind of man does this to a cild that only know one daddy?????? help How long were they married? How old is the child? Chances are slim that he can be removed as the LEGAL father unless the REAL father is the one to initiate the process. And of course, if he acknowledged the child as being his (I assume they were still married when the child was born, anyway) it may be difficult to remove himself as the legal...

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Father doesn''t pay Child Support--Q

A:  Originally Posted by maff90 Hi all, My name is Matthew U. and im 17 years old, my parents are divorced since 11 years now, and my father who is a U.S citizen who lives currently in Kiel, Germany hasn''t paid 1 cent in child support for me since 11 years. My father Herbert U., claims he has no money, but he is obligated in paying child support. My mother Miriam B. is a single mother who needs support in these hard economic times. Is there a way that obligate my father to pay child support and make up for those 11 years? I thank you very much Your mother can certainly go to court for contempt of the order, but it will be hard to enforce since your father lives in Germany. If he works for a US company or is in the military, it may...