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Does texas Have Extradition laws?

A:  texas is not a country; it is part of the United states and as such, abides the extradition laws of the U.S. Within the U.S., a criminal cannot flee to another state and hope for sanctuary. Within the country, s/he will be arrested and returned to the appropropriate jurisdiction for prosecution....

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DOES texas HAVE A LAW ABOUT STOPPING IN THE MIDDLE OF A HIGHWAY?

A:  Boy, TeaBag sure represents the maturity of the regressive republicans. Yes,we do. Impeding the flow of traffic. You can be held liable for an accident that you cause. Why in the world would anyone stop in the middle of a highway? we don''t have no friggin'' laws in texas that take away people''s rights. We got guns, so freak you liberals....

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Does texas recognize common-law marriage?

A:  I think all states recognize common law marriage i haven't heard of one that didn't...

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What Can You Tell Me About texas state Probate Law?

A:  The texas Probate Code establishes the procedures for executing, authenticating and probating a will. The Code also governs distribution of the assets of a person who dies without a will....

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What Exactly Are The laws Regarding minors Drinking Alcohol?

A:  Yeah, that''s illegal too, but generally the resaurant will look the other way. minors may not drink alcohol or buy it. its also illegal for parents to facilitate the drink. Basically, you cant touch alcohol until 21 no matter who gives it to you. i think another interesting law is you can have a bottle of alcohol in a minor''s car as long as its not opened. It used to be if you had proof they were a legal guardian they it would be legal but new laws say no matter what you cant drink at all no purhasing and no consumption I know that we did that once, and I was barely not of age..it was just before my 21st B-day, and they would not allow me to order a drink even though my parents were there. So...I had to sneak a sip from my...

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Is there a bicycle helmet law for minors?

A:  There is no bicycle helmet law in Arizona state law for minors or for adults. (There is no motorcycle helmet statute in Arizona, but eye protection is required.) However, it is really dumb not to use a helmet in either situation. There may be local statutes (county or city) on helmets. You need to call your county sheriff or city police department to find out what statutes apply where you live....

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does the state of texas have any laws on cell phone use while driving

A:  Currently, (April, 2009) there are six separate bills in the legislative process all dealing with Wireless Communication Device and Driving. I have listed the summaries below. Keep in mind that these bills have not been signed into law, however 2009 is bringing new distracted driving legislation to many states and this may be the year that texas sees a new law regarding wireless communication and driving. The following information was gathered from the National Conference of state Legislatures Website. texas House Bill 55 - Provides that an operator may not use a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle within a school crossing zone unless the wireless communication...

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I am being sued for a debt by a 3rd party, that I cannot pay. If a judgement is rendered against me what actions can the plaintiff take against my assets. I own a house, current on my mortgage, I have 2 cars that are current on their payments, I do not have a bank account with any significant funds in it, nor any retirement savings or 401k. I am working a full time job, but I cannot make the debt payments. Can a lein be put on my house?I reside in texas and the law suit was files in texas.

A:  Most people in texas are ''judgment proof,'' which means that they don''t have any non-exempt property (property that can legally be seized to satisfy a judgment). This means that you may be ?served? with a writ of execution (AFTER the lawsuit is over and the plaintiff gets a judgment), but the Sheriff will return it to court ?nulla bona? (no good). In other words, he won?t seize any of your property because it?s all exempt. The plaintiffs in judgment can garnish your bank account if they know where you bank and they believe that you have sufficient funds on deposit. The filing fee for a garnishment is around $300.00; they don''t want to hit your bank with a garnishment if you have only $55 in the bank. The easiest thing to do, after...

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What is the url of the texas board of law examiners?

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found a home I like and want to make an immediate offer must you be pre qualified before making an offer on a house under texas real estate law

A:  4 Seasons, We would concur with both Don and Ralph about the legal issue and being pre qualified. It may be a requirement but not a legal issue. With this said, we would like to share this thought. Being prequalified benefits both the buyer and seller. It benefits the seller by limiting the doubt of your financial ability to obtain a loan that would cover their purchase. From the buyers position, being pre-qualified places you at a bit of an advantage because it minimizes the financial contingency associated with an offer and presents you as a more serious buyer to the seller. Many sellers prefer to see buyers with cash or pre-approved financing offers. A legal requirement....doubtful! A benefit to the buyer...definitely! Good luck, Bill I''m from out of