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What are the Erie county laws for babysitting?

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Age law to babysit overnight in ca?

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Are there any qualifications or requirements by uk law for babysitting nanny?

A:  Yes you need to be qualified and registed too as a child minder. Firstly you need to be registered as a childminder Are you offering this service in your home or in the child''s home? You need to have an up to date First Aid qualification, usually basic food hygiene certificate and relevant childcare qualifications. You also need to be fully insured Ask your local council for more information as the local council keep the details of all registered childminders and childcare workers As the owner/company director you are responsible for all employees so if you do not know what qualifications your staff need you are liable to fall foul of the numerous regulations surrounding looking after children. It''s very different from cleaning! Start with your local authority and ask for their advice -...

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Adoptive parents.. Why do you get defensive when....?

A:  You seem to be judging your entire opinion of adoptive parents on your son''s ''grandparents.'' Maybe they are horrible parents and if they are...they would have been if their children are adopted or not. Some people just aren''t good parents. I''m sure you would not like it if someone decided you were a horrible parent because you used a baby-sitter, like the grandparents seem to have been on at least one occasion. I''m sure some people think it''s wrong and bad parenting to ever use a baby-sitter but that doesn''t give them the right to accuse you of being a bad parent, does it? Everyone is different and there are good parent and bad parents and this often doesn''t have anything to do with if they give birth, adopt, are a step-parent, etc. Perhaps people get defensive because rather than...

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Where can I buy a copy of the new york Law Journal in Manhattan?

A:  Perhaps try calling them directly to see if they know? new york Law Journal 120 Broadway 5th Floor new york, NY 10271-1101 (212) 457-9545...

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Can someone tell me what the law is in new york state regarding grandparent visitation rights? We are an intact family with a 10 month old and do not feel that it is in our child''s best interest to have any contact with the paternal grandparents. She has never met our child.

A:  Grandparents have no set rights to visitation under new york state Law. You can refuse to allow your child to visit with anyone you want including Grandparents....

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What Is The new york state No Trespassing Law?

A:  new york law recognizes the rights of property holders not to be unlawfully intruded upon. The statutes of various towns and counties have their own definition, and degree of severity. If in doubt try, as a property holder or individual, to determine what you feel the law reasonably requires....

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Does new york Have Extradition laws?

A:  new york is part of the U. S. Law enforcement in any state works with all other states to capture fugitive criminals to their respective states for prosecution....

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In The The state Of new york, How Long Do You Have To Be Together For It To Be Considered A Common Law Marriage?

A:  The state of new york have any laws creating common law marriage laws. You do not acquire any of the marital rights and responsibilities by living together for a certain period of time. It does however recognize common law marriages that were created in other states as valid and legal....

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My daughter is serving a 16 year jail sentence under new york/''s Rockefeller drug laws for delivering 4 ounces of cocaine for her boyfriend. What chance is there that these laws will be changed in time to help my daughter?

A:  new york''s Rockefeller drug laws are among the toughest, if not the toughest, in the country. A sixteen year sentence for a first-time offender selling or delivering 4 ounces of cocaine would be unheard of almost anywhere else. For example, had your daughter been charged in federal court, even if she went to trial and lost and the Judge didn''t believe she was just delivering for her boyfriend, but was an equal participant in the sale, she would have been sentenced to somewhere between 27 and 33 months. There has been a lot of talk in new york about reforming these laws. Not only because the sentences are too harsh but because of the...