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Is there a law that people cannot park in residential areas (in front of your house)?

A:  I don''t no where you live, but I can call the cops if someone is parked in front of my house and they''ll make them move it. And yes I live in a public neighborhood. As long as it is a public road anyone can park anywhere and that includes in front of your home..... its a public street and your neighbor does not own the street in front of her house. she just has more nerve than you,< Don''t know about The states but un UK there isn''t. They don''t own the road so as long as no obstruction is caused then they have no grounds for complaint i don''t think so but i do that you cant park in front of someones driveway or in it...

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What are the laws about someone parking in front of your house?

A:  If they are blocking the driveway or the garbage pickup they can be ticketed in Arizona. I live in AZ as well. You say they are blocking in your roommate cars. Does that mean he is parking in front of your driveway ? If that is the case that is illegal. If your roommates are driving up over the curb to park then it''s not. I would leave a note and if he doesn''t stop then call. My state ( Iowa ) doesn''t allow you to park across someones driveway. Even your own. Also requires a distance from end of driveway. 4 or 6 feet maybe can''t remember right now. Good luck. Release the air from their tires in the middle of the night. They won''t come anymore. If there are no parking restrictions posted, they can park on your...

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laws regarding visitors parking lot? PLS HELP?

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Beachcombing : Salvage or Theft?

A:  Driftwood cannot be removed from beaches in washington state. It is considered a natural part of the beach and must not be taken. Unnatural objects such as glass floats or other debris, you are free to take. Driftwood is a vital part of erosion control of the beaches. There are many areas of Puget Sound where driftwood and other objects have been removed for development and it has caused problems with the ecosystem of the area. I have kayaked in Puget Sound many times and I was always told to bring my own firewood or collect a minimum of 300 feet from the high tide line. The rocks on the Oregon coast probably fall in the same category, it is a natural part of the environment and must stay. The same is true in the

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Aunt lives in different state but might adopt my baby?

A:  ''The father says'' you should give up your baby? What about what YOU say? Why don''t you want to keep your baby? You''re carrying her, you''re nourishing her from your own body, and ultimately, YOU get to make the decision about what happens to her! I''m really hoping your boyfriend comes around, but if he doesn''t, so what? YOU can raise your child, even without his help. And what kind of aunt would take away her niece''s child? Don''t make any decisions until after your baby is born. Hold her, feed her, and THEN decide whether or not you want her. You don''t have to make any decisions before the baby''s born. It''s called a designated adoption. You follow the laws of the state that the baby is born in. If you have the baby in

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Can you appeal or sue an employer(target) for a wrongful firing?

A:  don''t think you have anything to worry about, the response you got was a generic one addressing what sounds like a developing problem at the store and not directed at you in particular......... so relax, continue to do your best and follow the stores policies on calling in to work when/if you are unable to work. with that out of the way: wrongful termination only exist IF you have an employment contract that is breached (which you don''t have) or you are terminated for an illegal reason such as discrimination, retaliation or taking part in a protected activity. absenteeism is NOT a protected activity even with a doctors statement...... the ONLY absences that must be excused are those covered by FMLA or similar state program...... so if you...

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Is a uninsured driver responsible for a wreck caused by an insured driver in wash state?

A:  deborah h, For car insurance the fastest way to get a cheap quote is do a policy comparison. Be sure to choose the same coverage amounts, you can get an accurate quote to compare against others. Use the same coverage area, car make/model, mileage and driving history to ensure you get accurate comparison. To get fast auto insurance quotes, go to http://www.autoadviceonline.com/Auto-Insurance-Quote.html and you can compare the major auto insurance companies. Little Mama is incorrect; lacking insurance does not automatically make you responsible in case of an accident. You mention that the at fault driver has insuance, and it should take care of the other driver''s damage/injuries. That driver''s lack of insurance is a criminal matter, the crash is civil. If you don''t have insurance, you...

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Renting with less then perfect credit

A:  I believe that there are absolutely no laws anywhere that would make a landlord rent to anybody with bad credit. You just need to keep looking until you find somebody who is a little more flexible....

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Has Obama opened up a can of worms , he put a big target on "sanctuary city? "?

A:  Yes. This is the ninth circuit court and they do exactly what this Judge did do. And they are overturned like a second hand on a clock. We shall see, but I think the whole of the law could wind up back with Arizona, or Obama will be told to enforce the law.. or else. The way it turned out DID focus attention on the Sanctuary Cities. Goddard, by the way, IS grand standing. No, he didn''t do that. ''If you read it on Fox, it''s just good entertainment.'' No, did you even READ your own source? Obama did not target ''sanctuary cities'', the Arizona immigration law did. Dick Morris stated that Obama is going to regret this lawsuit and will soon be wishing the DOJ had lost the suit. He is right. His pole numbers will plummet. If anything, the...

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In which U.S. states is marijuana decriminalized?

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