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What Are The laws On Renting A Room And Having Surveillance Cameras All Over The Property?

A:  An individual has a right to privacy. A landlord can employ security cameras on the grounds and in common areas, but not in an individual''s room....

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What are the laws on parking across from one's house in Thousand Oaks?

A:  You shouldn''t have any legal problems. However, it is irritating when you have company that has to park away from your house because someone you don''t know decided to park in front of your house...especially when they could easily have parked in front of the house they are visiting. If there are no signs stating that someone can''t park there, and it''s a public street, then the person doesn''t have anything to complain about. You have the right to park on a public street, for sure ... but then again, annoying people have the right to complain, even if they don''t have any legal recourse. You have nothing to worry about. If it is across the street from their house and not obstructing their driveway or anything like that...they have no grounds to complain...they are probably just bitter...

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What is the legal age to drop out of high school in new york state?

A:  It is currently sixteen years of age....

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Are retroactive pay cuts legal in new york state?

A:  Are retroactive pay cuts legal in new york state? NO. they can start immediately but not retroactively...... see: http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/menuge I''ve never heard of that being legal in any state and really surprised that that would be true. Most people don''t work under employment contracts but it would seem illegal to change the pay agreement after the fact, since this would not allow the recepient (employee) to agree to the new terms. you have to be notified before the pay cuts take place, however it is somewhat of a grey area as to how much notice. it should not apply to time already worked...

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What are the laws restricting a party in an open area in NSW?

A:  I live in NSW. Its still trespassing. Because you do not own the oval. Someone else owns it. So you can get charged with trespass. Also , being a public nuisance because technically you are out in public. If one of your ''guests'' decides to bring alchohol. You can add underage drinking to the list of charges as well. Sporting events on weekends actually book and or rent those ovals for their weekend events. So, someone does own them. If not the taxpayer, then some other privately funded group. 17 and party? Hope it''s during the day time w/out alcohol or else you will regret it!...

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What are the regulations on pregnant soldiers in a combat zone?

A:  If she got pregnant while in a combat zone then she will be flown back to the states immediately and placed on light duty. She and whoever the father is may face punishment for on duty fraternization depending on the circumstances. That depends on the situation. If you are deployed with your husband, and co-hab, then you will be sent home, usually with no punishments and what not. If you are MARRIED, but come up pregnant, and you have not been on leave within the past 60 days, and your husband is not deployed with you, has not visited you, or is a civilian, be ready for adultery case. If you come back from MID-TOUR leave pregnant, usually no punishment, but you will be sent home. If you are single, end up pregnant, you could face an article

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What are the stickers on the license plate called?

A:  One sticker is normally the month that your registration expires and the other sticker is the year. So if one is Sep and the other is 2010 then your registration expired in September of 2010. The sticker on the windshield will be a state Vehicle Safety Inspection Sticker and it will have a month and year on it also. The stickers on the license plate are the vehicle registration stickers. They are usually bought from the local county tax assessor collector. The one on the windshield may be a state safety inspection sticker. Examine it closely and it should reveal what kind of sticker it is. LP stickers are decals and the sticker on the windshield is an inspection sticker...

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What is the law on when 2 ex wives of a man that had disability dies. With survivors benefits, which woman?

A:  Was he on Supplemental Security Income? That''s federal welfare, and no survivor benefits. If he was on Social Security Disability, and if he is the father of a minor child, the custodial parent will receive survivor benefits solely for the minor child. If the ex-spouse was married for over 10 years and is totally and permanently disabled or over 65, the spouse might get spousal benefits. They both can if they qualify. 1. they were married to him for 10 years or more. 2. they are themselves disabled or of retirement age or have minor children that he fathered. 3. he had enough work credits. My father in law has 2 ex wives .. he was married to them both for over 10 years and they are both over 66 years old. (I''m including benefits other than just survivors) If he wasn''t married to either...

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What are the laws of emancipation in nj also can i rent an apartment if im 16 years old?

A:  you have to have a full time job you have to be able to pay for your bills, utilities, insurance for health,dental and car WITH your own money meaning you cant accept any money from family, friends or get handouts from the government, you have to go to school. and you HAVE to have a place already set up for you to stay (you cant mooch off someone elses home and food without paying rent and utilities on top of that you have to have your parents sign the papers edit: thats not enough to live off of. no judge would agree to emancipating you with that type of pay An apartment probably wont rent to a 16 year old even if you show proof a job which you most likely wont have because alot of places want you to be 18... even if you do have a job they will probably want a co signer on the lease who...

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What are the laws, regulations etc. to use one's personal home kitchen for commercial use

A:  There aren't any real restrictions around the size and appliances that should be used, there would be more restrictions around the preparation of the food. Your first step would be ensuring that all the folks handling the food would have the appropriate permit, and that your kitchen would have the appropriate items to ensure that the food preparation areas, the utensils and other items used to prepare your food were properly sanitized in accordance with your state's health laws. However, most catering businesses are cottage businesses, and the likelihood of a health inspector visiting your home where the meals are prepared is quite slim - just be sure to minimize the risk of food borne illnesses....