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foreclosure? Please answer this question only if you really know it and not just asuming you do?

A:  Foreclosure is the process of the lender repossessing a home. The process ends with the bank auctioning off the house. The new owner generally then starts eviction proceedings against the residents. Just curious, why didn''t you just look up the term in a dictionary or encyclopedia? Spending 5 seconds with google would''ve done it as well. foreclosure is the process in which the bank takes legal possession of the property, IE title, once the bank has legal possession the bank attempts to sell the asset, this can be by listing in a mls with an agent or typically the bank will hold an auction to sell the property where...

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I am a U.S. citizen and if I marry a U.K. citizen in the UK, is it legal if the intent is to live in U.S.?

A:  The marriage is legal irrespective of the country in which you intend to live. He will have to apply for a citizenship of US. as a spouse of a citizen and it always takes time to complete the background check and process the paper work. After you marry in the UK, you will have to apply for a K3 visa for you spouse. The process takes about 10 months. A K1 takes about 6 months and then you would marry in the US after the visa is issued. With either option, your spouse can legally still enter the US for a VISIT while the visa is processing. Feel...

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My Child’s Name is in the Department of Children and Family Services Database even though my Child has Never been with the Agency, What Should I do?

A:  “I just spoken with DCFS Admininistrator Office about my child name keep showing up in the computer as being with an agency. However, my child has never been with an agency. I mention to the Administrator Staff that the case was closed a year ago. She looked up the information and found that the people that was working on my case suppose to have closed the case but did not. My question is? What court forms do I need to present to the Judge to show that DCFS did not close the case as she instructed?” The best person to ask this question is the Clerk of Courts for the court in which the case was being held....

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What is the correct process to appeal a Judge''s order of no contact?

A:  Usually, individuals may only file an appeal with the next higher court in the same system in which the case originated. For example, if persons want to file an appeal from a decision in a state trial court, normally they may file their appeals only to the state intermediate appellate court. The party who loses on appeal may next appeal to the next higher court in the system, usually the state supreme court. The state''s highest court is almost always the final word on matters of that state''s law. The following are Arizona statutes: 46-455. Permitting life or health of an incapacitated or vulnerable adultto be endangered by neglect;...

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Can we turn off the water and electric if the tenant does not pay since they are in our name?

A:  68 P. S. § 399.3. Notices before service to landlord ratepayer discontinued (a) Except when required to prevent or alleviate an emergencyor except in the case of danger to life or property, before anydiscontinuance of service within the utility''s corporatelimits, to a landlord ratepayer for nonpayment a public utilityshall: (1) Notify the landlord ratepayer of the proposed discontinuance in writing as prescribed in section 5[fn1] at least 37 days before the date of discontinuance of service. (2) Notify the following agencies which serve the community in which the affected premises are located in writing at the time of delivery of notice to the tenants of the...

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I am living in a house, as a tenant, and the house is being sold at a trustee sale. First, what is a trustee

A:  The bank or person who becomes the owner of the property will ask you to vacate. They will then also decide if you give them a clean vacated property whether or not to do what is called a cash for keys. This maybe as little as $500 to the high that I have seen at $3500. Good luck in finding your new place. Craigslist is great for rentals. Here to help! Hello Aaron. I am sorry to hear that you are in this unfortunate situation. I''ll answer your questions in the order in which the appear in your post. A trustee sale is essentially an auction at the court house...

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In legal terms, which term carries the greater significance in requiring a person to comply

A:  The terms ''Shall'' and ''Must'' are used in statutory law, as well as case law. The exact definition or meaning of the terms may vary depending on the State. Other terms are ''Will'' or ''May''. ''Shall'' can be mandatory, a command or directive. In some States, it is directive but not mandatory. In others it means mandatory. The context in which the word is used can also vary the meaning and interpretation of the term by the Courts. ''Must'' generally has the same meaning. Examples include: ''You must be 21 to purchase alcohol

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Just bought a new car. can someone please explain to me the DMV process?

A:  Well first of all I would assume that you are trying to do this in Michigan because of the Honolulu blue and silver. after insurance has been purchased, go to your local Michigan secretary of state office with the proof of insurance and registrations from the new car and the car in which the plates will be transferred from. after standing in line for about four hours you should be greeted ever so nicely by the Michigan state Representative behind the counter, you will be instructed to tear off an arm and a leg and give them both to her. after several hours and hundreds of dollars later you should have all the proper items you requested. Good luck and GO LIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

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What are the ''Legal Notices - Private Party'' in the Classifieds ..

A:  From New York Statues on Name Change: “The order shall be directed to be entered and the papers on which it was granted to be filed prior to the publication hereinafter directed in the clerk''s office of the county in which the petitioner resides if he be an individual, or in the office of the clerk of the civil court of the city of New York if the order be made by that court. Such order shall also direct the publication, at least once, within twenty days after the making of the order, in a designated newspaper in the county in which the order is directed to be entered, of a notice in substantially the following form: Notice is hereby given that an order entered by the…...

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What are the requirements to sue in small claims court?

A:  A person can sue in small claims court in California to receive money damages up to $7,500. No person may file more than two small claims actions in which the amount demanded exceeds two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500), anywhere in the state in any calendar year. I recommend checking the contracts involved to see if there is a clause agreeing to resolve any disputes in a particular forum. The following are California statutes: § 116.210 Civ. Proc. In each superior court there shall be a small claims division. The small claims division may be known as the small claims court. 116