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What does a lawsuit mean when it says registered agent?

A:  Registered agents are commonly referred to as agents for service of process. Nolo.com defines an agent for service of process as an individual chosen to receive legal documents and tax notices for a corporation or limited liability company.References:Nolo: Definition of Agent for Service of Process...

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Bush''s domestic spying: constitutional? impeachable?

A:  Bookmark. I''m not well versed enough to contribute much here, but have the same questions so I''ll be reading along. Yes, same here. I won''t delve into the issue, and certainly won''t stick around for the sneering outrage of the usual suspects. I will make an observation on pragmatic politics. Impeachment simply means being indicted. The House of Representatives would have to bring a bill of impeachment. The Republicans control the House of Representatives. It ain''ta gonna happen . . . I don''t think it''s a constitutional issue. There isn''t anything that allows the President to direct foreign intelligence in the constitution either but no one has questioned their authority to do so over the decades. The issue...

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If one of my accounts has been written off am I responsible for paying the debt?

A:  Write off does not mean the debt is forgiven. When a debtor stops paying on a debt, a creditor will attempt to contact the debtor on the telephone and via the mail. When the number of days since the most recent payment reaches 120-180 days, the account is no longer considered current and the creditor is required by generally accepted accounting principles to ''write-off'' the debt. Writing-off a debt does not mean the debtor is no longer responsible for the debt, or that collection efforts cease. The write-off date has almost nothing to do with the statute of limitations for debts. To learn more about the distinction between these issues,...

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What exactly is rim offset ?

A:  The ''offset'' is the distance between the centerline of the wheel and the hub mounting surface. The lower the offset number the closer to the fender the wheel will be. So if your stock wheel is offset +25, going to a +30 will ''move'' the wheel towards the center line of the car. Another way to think about it is like this: If the offset was zero on wheel A, and +10 on wheel B, and -10 on wheel C (assume all wheels have the same tire, are the same size, etc - offset is the only difference) then, when mounted to the hub, a car with wheel B would affectively have a smaller track (less width - more inside the fender) than wheel C. Wheel C would be ''pushed out'' away from the car. It''s best explained by a picture and quite frankly, this link...

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statue of limitation

A:  To whom it may concern: I have a question regarding the statue of limitations on unlicensed dogs. I forgot to get them registered and last year I had 2 warnings within 3 months. Now a year later, they sent me a notice to appear in front of a magistrate next week for Offense: 1) Dog Unlic, 2) Dog Unlic. I was just wondering if they can still charge me with anything. I would much appreciate it if someone could email me back and let me know what you think. Sincerely, Mrs. Dickson...

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Sundry Misc. . . .

A:  Miscellaneous, Various. Might refer to lots of different-varying sizes....

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What does it mean when it asks you if you were in the course of your employment at the time of your accident?

A:  Total shot in the dark... Maybe they want to know if you were on the clock, like delivery driving or running errands for the company. I think it means where you working while the accident happened. When you say ''it'', I''m not sure who you are referring to. If it is the insurance company, be very careful as they might deny the claim if you were delivering pizza, etc. There is no good that I know of if you answer yes, unless you were driving a company vehicle and in fact were on business for them. Not enough info to give my for sure opinion. They are trying to find out if you were improperly using your car for commercial purposes, which they may not allow or insure. What it means is does your Job require you to...

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What does the legal term booked out mean?

A:  ''what does the legal term booked out mean?'' It''s not really a legal term - it''s more like procedural slang. Generally it refers to the arrest process, including fingerprinting and mugshots. ''now the status is '' where did you see his status as ''booked out''?...

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What are the legal restrictions when choosing a band name?

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What does the law or judge fully means when he says you cant practice law?

A:  You are always allowed to represent yourself without a license to practice law. You only need the license to represent others. You could even save some time and impress him by stipulating to the speed, and just making the arguments you listed. Every American citizen, according to United States Supreme Court, has the right to wave the right to an attorney, and defend him or her self. It is looked down upon in most Courts, but can''t be constitutionally prohibited. Therefore, go for it. What you CAN''T do unless you are in BAR, is defend, for example, your friend or brother. None of those ''common law defenses'' are going to work. Which you would know if you were a lawyer, which is why the...