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Labor Liens? new york

A:  It wouldn''t be a labor lien. If anything you would file a complaint for unpaid wages with the DOL. Is there any sort of written agreement or policy regarding when those funds are due? Thanks for the response. The policy states the fund will be paid 30 days from the time the owner signs my release from the job. I expect to have my release this week. What concerns me is the policy states this is a bonus, and Im not sure if there is any recourse given that wording (bonus). To this date the firm has reimbursed to me from the fund. A part of the fund is reimburseed for my expenses while on site. Other monies accumulated are dispersed after the 30 day period. Also, if I can file a claim (lien) on the property it would be most beneficial for me,...

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foreclosure i new jersey. living in florida?

A:  you need to discuss the specifics and complete details to a local attorney. They can and most likely would seek judgment for any balance due. In Florida judgments are valid for 20 years and can be renewed for another 20 years and/or place a lien on your current home, garnish your income and bank accounts. Employers are not thrilled about keeping employees who have wage garnishments. It creates a lot of extra bookkeeping and audits of the payroll. Even though you live in Florida, if the property being foreclosed upon is located in new Jersey, the foreclosure will occur in new Jersey and will be pursuant to new Jersey laws....

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Consequences of applying for US citizenship?

A:  Robert Nicholson wrote: As a greencard holder I''ll soon be able to apply for US citizenship . . . . First I''m already a British and Australian citizen and . . . I believe it is possible to hold three citizenships concurrently. True, in practice. Note that the US naturalization oath includes a blanket renunciation of all prior allegiances. This renunciation is mandated by US law; no one in the USCIS has any discretion to waive it for anyone for any reason, so don''t even bother wasting your time requesting an exemption or suggesting that you are anything less than fully prepared to make the renunciatory statement as part of the naturalization oath. However, the renunciation in the US naturalization oath has no legal effect in the UK (or, on account of last year''s...

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Faulty Tiller - Recourse?

A:  finniganps...yahoo.com (finniganps) wrote in news:1sjijvonfbdifl7c8hni12fmna88t9par6...4ax.com: <story snipped> 1) I plan on suing him - what do you think my chances are in small claims court in CA? 2) I planned on getting an affidavit from the shop saying that they think it was a pre-existing condition and plan to introduce the e-mail correspondence that the Seller sent - should I bring anything else? 3) What other things would you recommend - I assume I must retain the roto tiller - I can''t throw it away until the case is resolved right? Can I sue him for storage fees too? 4) I plan on also suing him for disposing of the tiller and my mileage moving it all over the place - is this reasonable? If you sue in small claims court, with the evidence you...

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Son Assaulted by a students father on School Premises

A:  Laymans take: I think this is essentially a police matter and both you and son need to contact  police--since you didn't directly observe the assault your input alone is not going to be enough . You and son need to get there quickly--otherwise police may treat it as "stale." And the DA may decide not to prosecute unless you come forward with a compelling issue that is winnable .  Son needs to be able to make the point that he was  threatened with harm--not merely afraid of adult. How old is your son? Where it happened is not critical --the point is the assault was by an adult . Be sure you read the definition of assault first --to blow off some steam may not be assault---but odds are if kid needed to run away it was over said line.  I can understand why...

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tenant vs tenat--Q

A:  Yes; you have an excellent change of winning a judgement against your former roommate. Keep in mind that winning a judgement and actually collecting what she owes may be two different things. Does she work and if so, does she work in a state where wage garnishment is allowed? Gail Hi Gail, Ty for your response yes she is in the state I am residing in and does the fact that I have delayed the lawsuit matter because I have had multiple medical issues requiring surgery? Is there a statue of limitation on this matter? I thank you for you answer to my last question it gives me some kinds of hope and I have a feeling she will not pay and then I will have to ask the judge to garnish her paychecks. I even offered during...

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does traffic violation violate my probation?

A:  I would suggest telling all of this to your probation officer as quickly as possible before he or she finds it out on their own. You are still under 18. The tickets may be invalid because of the information that your insurance agent gave you. But, I don''t know the laws for juveniles in new Jersey nor the motor vehicle laws. But hopefully, someone will come along who does. bump..can someone please help me? Have you told your probation officer about the tickets? If you did, what did he or she have to say? If you haven''t spoken with him or her about this, you really need to do that. It would help you to not keep guessing about the situation. Someone on this site may come around who knows about the

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Pre-paid Legal ? Is it worth it?

A:  I don''t know what my opinion might be to you, but I had a MISERABLE experience with their company. If you like you can take a look at my original thread: http://forum.freeadvice.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=172498 Pre paid legal services only include basic services, writing letters, reviewing contracts, notary services and in some cases a basic legal advice if you are arrested or sued. Anything above and beyond this you will pay extra for and sometimes at a premium price. You will do much better to shop around for an attorney that provides only the services you require. I have never used them but I did work for a center that provided them meeting space. From what I saw it seemed like nothing more than a MLM/get rich quick type of organization. I understand that they do provide some...

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Voyeurism and invasion of privacy

A:  Some of this stuff gets super quirky by state--and you need somebody into quirks of state law.   For example in my state, PA, even reading somebody's Email without permission  could get you 7 years in cooler per one Penn Law Professor How did she do it? If she remotely connected to the computer and took stuff, you might have a criminal charge.  If the computer is sitting in a bedroom and she has access to the home, it is likely not criminal. state law governs invasion of privacy (civil tort) and no attorneys from your state are on the boards. Seems to me if your fiance lives with her mother and the computer is in the house and it...

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JUDGEMENT GARNISHING WAGES SEROUISLY INQUIRYS!?

A:  They will still be able to find you by your social security number. You should try to discuss payment options with them. Offer a little over a long span. Most companies will take a decent offer. That way your bad credit will clear up but it will take a long time. Don''t run away from it because it will only cause trouble down the road. I would just wait and hope they don''t file. Statute of limitations in Arkansas is 3 years for credit cards and 4 years for promissory notes as such a mortgage or car loan. If they cannot locate you they cannot serve you so moving frequently might help, they''ll need at least your mailing address. Here are the rules of civil proc for service in the state If you can''t pay, you can''t pay. If you''ve been moving around a lot, you may...