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What happens when three people own a property but one is unwilling to pay their share of the taxes?

A:  I don''t know the legalities of it, but if you want to retain your property, it''s best to step up and pay the taxes in full (which you can then deduct on your tax return). I would think you could force a sale of the property if you don''t want to be co-owner with this person. Talk to an attorney....

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What happens to the Economy when the rest of the Interest Only Loans Come DUE ?

A:  And 8 yrs of Bush didn''t cause anything ? his 3 trillion in the span of 5 yrs in Iraq his 860 billion bail outs to banks did cause anything his over spending was the biggest factor as to why we are in a recession The only solution obama knows. Obama has expanded the problem with cash for clunkers by encouraging loans for people who can''t afford to buy new cars. Sounds like you listen to way too much Rush Limbaugh or Fox News or any of those other dooms day freaks. I heard on the news tonight that 250,000 homes have been re-financed preventing foreclosure. McCain would still be denying there is a problem. Keep in mind this took eight years to create by your leader. You want it fixed in 9 months? What have your leaders done besides say NO and tell you to stop the...

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If a person owes over 3000 dollars to a certain county, what happens when they dont pay by the given deadline?

A:  Depends on what it''s owed for.. If it''s unpaid taxes, they can attached the property. If it''s an unpaid fine, the judge can issue a bench warrant. Owing money between individuals is a civil offense, not a criminal offense. It depends on the ''certain country''. In most states in the US you can take them to small claims court (anything under $5000.). If you owe the government they can get a warrant issued, get your license suspended, turn the case over to a collection agency, garnish your wages, get charges that were dropped or given probation re instated and on and on. Depends on who you owe and the specific why you owe. Assuming that this is a fine that you are talking about the police will come and get you after the judge issues a bench warrant. It depends on so many factors. Is it...

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What happens when you call the police to your house for no reason over and over again?

A:  As long as you have permission to be at the house from your girlfriend AND as long as the lease indicates that guests are allowed, it is legal for you to be at the apartment. The police will soon catch on, and she WILL get in trouble if she keeps calling them. She will eventually be hit with heavy fines for misuse of the emergency call system, and if it goes on after that, most likely will face jail time. Your girlfriend should move. It is not good for her kids to be around a crazy person. Legally speaking, if she is on the lease and you are not then you are trespassing by remaining there after she requested you leave. I am glad they didn''t but the cops should have escorted you off the premises. Why not take the kid to your place or somewhere else until girly...

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What happens when you file for expungment and got it granted, is it ok to say ''no'' to convicted of misdemeanor?

A:  The conviction was expunged, erased, deleted, etc. You can legally say you were never convicted of the offense. In fact, if you said you do have a ''record'' and they tried to check on it, they couldn''t find it because it''s gone. So then you would have lied on your application. Accept your good fortune and move on with your life. I don''t agree with Carol O - I think it would be perfectly proper to admit to a previous discretion, but finish with ''its been expunged''. Rather than worry if the background went further then you thought it would. Being convicted of Misdemeanor is no big thing, that''s why it was expunged. Now, being convicted of felony is a lot worse. expunged records are not erased, they will not show up in a cursory background check but expunged...

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What happens when i press the nos button when i''m on neutral???

A:  Nothing, the NOS will purge out thats it!...

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In the state of Texas, what happens if you dont show up for court for a DWI.?

A:  a dui drops from youre record after 10 years . in the mean time you can be charged with failure to appear . its called a dui or dwi . if arrested again for dui , it still shows , but its counted as a 1st dui , ten tears after youre last dui / dwi . lol at Electric chair. No but in all seriousness there will be a bench warrant issued for you and You wont get another shot at bail. Jail time and you most likely won''t get out until after your court date if that the judge decides. Electric Chair (gasp) that''s fail to appear. a warrant was likely issued....

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What is the advantage of adopting a kid when the parents are of the same sex?

A:  As the others who have answered, I am assuming you mean a gay/lesbian couple adopting? Or, do you mean a gay/lesbian couple adopting a child who is the same sex as the parents -- i.e. lesbians adopting a girl? You really need to put more information here to get a clear answer. I have no problem with a gay/lesbian couple adopting a child who NEEDS a home -- a child in foster care who is already legally free, for example. Just as with ANY person or couple, though, adopting is NOT A RIGHT. People -- any people -- are not entitled to a child just because they want one. You...

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What happens when you transfer a title on a car with expired, out of state registration?

A:  Not sure how Georgia works, but transferring a title to a new state in Wa has no reflection on the old registration. All you need to show is the old title, then they copy the information from the old title so they can mail a new title and appropriate registration to you/new owner. And to answer Karle, no not all states have that law. In Washington, you do not need a car or insurance on a car in order to get a license so there''s no way they can suspend your license for dropping insurance. yes only stupid places like califuku make the new owner pay late taxes and fees........ so register it in ur name and move on..........** btw just a heads up all states now have laws making u turn in the tags withing 10 days of dropping insurance.....if u...

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What happens when you move states and you''re in the reserves?

A:  Its up to you to find a new unit with an open slot for you. If you don''t transfer units, you''ll be required to return to your original unit and drill with them no matter how far you''ve moved away. As the move was a personal choice, you''ll be required to fund your own travel expenses. Start looking around before you make any plans to move. You can go to MOS school and get retrained. Either the full school or a two week reserve course in the summer and do som OJT....