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What does very truly yours mean at the end of a letter?

A:  ''Very truly yours'' is a letter ending statement emphasizing that the contents of the correspondence were composed with the utmost dignity and integrity. The use of the phrase ''very truly'' highlights the author''s good faith attempt at providing you with truthful, accurate information. ''Very truly yours'' is often used by attorneys....

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What is the difference, if any, between exhibits and schedules at the end of a contract?

A:  As long as they are referred to consistently and unambiguously, you can call them tiddlywinks if you want. Generally a schedule is a fixed document that would be preprinted with data. An exhibit can be just about anything. None. It is just a difference in terminology....

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Failure to stop at the scene of an accident you are involved in, can result in?

A:  A ticket and fine if the police catch you. Getting the snot beat out of you if some other people do. First, your claim should not be denied as the crime occurred after the accident. If you were running from the police and caused an accident then it might not be covered. If injuries were involved this might be a felony. If not, it''s probably a misdemeanor. In any case if the police are involved you can expect a citation. There is also a good chance your insurance policy will not be renewed. Look for huge fines as a result of any citation....

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Can someone please help me, is there a light at the end of this tunnel?

A:  If you''re interested in becoming an RN, be totally honest. If there''s an area for you to explain about the conviction, do so, and make sure they know it was expunged. If there''s no room on the application for such details, call and ask for the head of admissions and explain the situation and see what he/she says, or schedule a meeting to meet in person. You could be worrying over nothing. Of course, if the misdemeanor was for something like drug dealing or something that might be a concern to patients, you might have more trouble. Good luck! The world needs many more nurses than we have now!...

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What is the difference, if any, between exhibits and schedules at the end of a contract?

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Ticket for leaving the scene of an accident-GA

A:  You could always plead not guilty and explain yourself to the judge. Bottom Line: YOU should have stopped and confronted the guy who hit your car and called the police yourself. Driving off was a bad idea no matter how you rationalize it. You are likely facing a criminal charge and you should apply for court appointed counsel, or look into hiring a private attorney. If I'm sitting at a red light and someone crashes into me, I can't just drive away. I have an obligation to stay, even though I didn't cause the accident. The police report isn't evidence that is usually admissible in court. Turn the liability issue over to your insurance company. That's why you pay them money. "what i really want to know is if its realistic to hope that the judge will hear us...

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Council''s duty to preserve the amenity of an area

A:  Thanks for your reply - I''m trying to find out their obligation on a national level, ie what they are obliged to do by law, rather than their own policies. Vivkins, it comes under section 215 of the Town and Country Planning Act. The link Zac has posted refers to Environmental Health legislation but there can be more teeth in the planning legislation depending on the precise issue you are dealing with....

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About property his he allowed to do this at the end of my property?

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finding out the status of an app

A:  I think it would be OK to contact the examiner.  What does PAIR show?  EBC might not be willing to look into it, but it''s worth a try. I was told by examiner 3 months ago that I should be getting a response in about a month... so I should have gottne the response 2 months ago. but I still haven''t got any response... the Pair''s estimated time is already zero month already... should I call him again ? Well, it''s a government institution.  You can only expect so much. I''d caution you not to pester the Examiner. Check PAIR - nobody other than the Examiner will be able to tell you anything other than what''s in PAIR. I''d say give the Examiner at least 3 months past the date he/she already gave you, then leave a gentle, sweet, "I''m a solo...

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What places hire at the age of 14?

A:  Here''s a short list of jobs which you can create to generate income: 1. Learn calligraphy so that you can provide handwritten invitations and thank you notes to prospective wedding parties, birthday celebrations, etc. Seek out clients through wedding planners at nearby churches and temples. A starter calligraphy kit usually runs around $20 and anyone can easily pick up this skill. The going rate is usually $1 per hand addressed item. 2. Become a "poser" who assists wedding photographers in setting and arranging various individuals in group and single photographic positions. "Posers" carry around a sketch book of various sitting and standing poses which consists of onion skin overlays of various wedding pictures bound in albums. Again, contact...