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3rd time lucky on the Is it legal to sell cars from home?

A:  Everything is legal until such time as parliament (or, through bye-laws, a local authority) makes it illegal. Parliament has never enacted legislation banning the sale of cars from residential premises, so there''s nothing SPECIFICALLY illegal about the activity.However Parliament has passed legislation requiring people who want to change the use of premises (in this case, from ''residential'' to ''residential + vehicle sales'') to seek, and to obtain, planning permission for that change of use. Trading (rather than simply selling your own car) from residential premises requires planning permission, which local authorities will only rarely grant. Chris Okay, I found the answer on another website and it seems that it is indeed against the

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The President has the power of appending a signing statement to laws?

A:  its not a abuse of power and ill go one further all presidents should have the line item veto. He has the power to do nothing It is also called a "finding". A situation where the President "finds" that an action must be taken, despite constraints against it by law. Let me give you one example. Years ago a famous TV newsman and anchor died. He was not eligible under law for burial at the National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. But, the President at the time signed a "finding" which permitted the burial, even though it was against the law. It should be noted that several Secretaries of governmental departments also have the authority to sign "findings". Some of it...

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So who will win in a court of law? The burglar who fell off a balcony or the owner defending his property?..

A:  I could not give a monkeys if the owner threw him out of the window, the thief got what he deserved. My only moan about it,is he''s now taking up Hospital Space and wasting Police time. Did he fall, or was he pushed is the crux of this matter unfortunately. I''m with the home owner all the way regardless. these days, the burglar would win in court. Stupid isn''t it. THE TWAT BURGLAR WILL GET ALL SYMPATHY IN COURT AND THE POOR DECENT GUY WILL GET 3 YRS .. WELCOME TO BRITAIN The burglar will win, It only makes sense right! Women''s rights.burglar rights,. just as stupid at one time the burglar would have lost because he should not have been there today he will get compo for doing something illegal the owner should have shot him i have just had to put...

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What is the next step?

A:  I''m not sure what you are asking here. It sounds like your gf is filing suit for her claim. Are you asking if the owner can get in trouble for stating she is not to call there anymore? If that''s the case he''s likely within his rights. Your gf should have either contacted the other waitress personally and asked if she would give a statement. Is your gf''s claim going to be against the person who did the harrassment or the owner of the establishment? She might have a case against the individual but it''s unlikely she has anything against the owner. We were never really interested in filing law suits. All she wanted to do was to file a complaint against the individual who harassed her. She doesn''t know the witness outside of work, so that is naturally where she...

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Is Impeaching BUSH THE RIGHT THING TO DO?

A:  The whole issue about impeachment has become a big joke. There''s a local expression, " s%%% or get off the pot." The dems can''t seem to figure out to do either. Because the three reasons you gave did not happen in the real world, only in your imagination. Do you have any crimes that really happened for which you can blame him? NO! If we impeach Bush, then Cheney becomes president. He stretches executive power even more than Bush does, and he seems to like these "undisclosed locations" a lot more. It takes a long time to impeach a president (and even longer to impeach two, because that would become necessary once Cheney became president,) and that would be a waste of time that could be spent by the democrats beginning to undo the harm done by Bush. ...

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Is it okay for a seller to increase the listing price after they''ve seen your offer? The price was posted on several real estate sites (mls,

A:  We are all human and make mistake but on the price...? That''s a big one! I always print out the listing report (once input into the MLS) and have my clients’ review for errors. There are easily 500 entries per house that we input and so while we pay attention to detail, as humans there’s always a small margin for error. If this is a standard business practice, shame on them. If the listing agreement and the way it''s entered on the mls says one price and the listing agent is saying that it''s actually higher I would think that that wouldn''t be ethical nor per mls rules. I would be thinking there is a violation there. Additionally, if it''s by chance a short sale then request the offer be submitted to the lien holder just as you offered and let the bank decide if they...

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Is Writ of Mandamus the correct Petition?

A:  Please believe me when I tell you, there is no way on God''s green Earth you are going to get a Writ of Mandamus or any other Writ or process to *force* a judge to give you more time or clarification on his order. No. Way. None. Nada. You are completely wasting your time. Such things are BIG OLD DARN DEALS, to the level that experienced trial attorneys who know hundreds of trial attornys and who all read the literature and journals will not really have any idea if anyone has ever done it successfully, but will all agree it is possible in theory. (But, not under the facts you''re talking about.) Ask nice. If he chooses not to, take another path. Okay. So you feel that a Writ of Mandamuz is not appropriate. What type of action would be appropriate in your opinion. Is a...

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Is it me or him who is in the wrong? (Threats)?

A:  Let me just say you have my respect. This neighbor is 100% at fault if he cannot control his dogs attack this is against the law. If he purposly attacks your animals I believe this is animal cruelty and assault I believe Either way you can call the police because these are threats and animal control because they are out of control. Please protect this dog if it means that much to your daughter also because it has life. I don''t see why you think you''ve done ANYTHING wrong, you SHOULD call animal control, without any warning. It doesn''t seem like a 45 year old woman and her autistic 10 year old daughter have harmed that kid in any way, call animal control, show him you mean business....

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Is It Me Or Him Who Is In The Wrong? (Death Threats)?

A:  You should have called the cops on day 1. Begin documenting and filming any threats or aggression. Then approach the police dept. The answer depends on the leash law where you live. If the courtyard is considered ''public'' or ''accessible to the public'', they may need to be leashed. If the courtyard belongs exclusively to the apartment complex and is not considered pubic property in any way, and dogs are allowed in the courtyard, then you should take your concerns first to apartment management, then to the police if management does nothing about it. Call the police immediately! It is definitely he who is wrong and is probably only treating you like this because you are disabled. Black mail is illegal for a reason and this kid should go to jail now. Don''t deal...

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IS this legal, and could i get the money back?

A:  Simply go to your local department of labor and tell them in a more serious tone everything you just told us. Bring any and all evidence you have and ask them to intercede. When they try and if they fail, they will have to provide you in writing their findings and hopefully include or mention any evidence he submitted. Once you have this you need to sit down and evaluate the evidence, and if you feel you are still correct, go to a lawyer and press legal action. However this is expensive and time consuming so get another job while you do all this. I have no idea what the first answerer is talking about.. You''re best bet is to contact an attorney. It''d be best to go with a smaller firm. The money involved isn''t worth contacting a big firm... You need to contact an...