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is it legal to ship cigarettes through the U.S. Mail?

A:  Click on the link. Read what others have said.... Is it Legal to send cigarettes through the mail? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;... What are the laws on importing cigarettes into the us? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;......

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What Is The law About Bringing cigarettes On The Airplane?

A:  The airline will allow you to bring it on the plane with you but don''t ever try to smoke them because the smoke alarm will go off and you can be fined when you land for interfering with a flight. You can also be banned from flying that airline again...

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Is there ACTUALLY a law against shipping a human being?

A:  lol google it!...

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Does federal law prohibit shipping liquor across state borders?

A:  Section 1716 of Title 18 prohibits shipping ''intoxicating liquors of any kind'' through the mail. Although the chapter in which the law appears is dedicated to the United states Postal Service, it clearly states that liquor is ''nonmailable'' without regard for the entity delivering the liquor.References:GPO Access: 18USC1716...

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Is it illegal to ship cigarettes to other states via FedEX or UPS?

A:  I don''t see how, as long as you paid the appropriate sales and tobacco taxes in the state you purchased them in. Are you shipping them to a friend freely, or are you selling them, which is an entirely different ball game......

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What law forbade ships to exit US for foreign ports?

A:  This forbade us ships from sailing to foreign ports?  What forbade the US fromsailing to foreign ports?  ...

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Is an eBay buyer obligated to pay for item he received?

A:  It sounds like a civil matter to me. You can write to eBay and see what they can do for you. Certainly leave the appropriate feedback for the individual as well. Yes, he is legally obligated to pay you once an agreement was made. However, even if you could prove your case it would cost you more in court fees. oo that sucks i feel for ya he should def pay for it if you gave it to him. ppl never trust em... You can try to file through ebay for payment not received. Good Luck!! I would contact Ebay about it first, depending on theirs rules of buying/selling they may be able to help. Good Luck! He is obligated but it is a lengthy process...do you have the shipping information, because that is a must. I believe there is a way to...

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How difficult is it to buy a handgun online without a firearms license?

A:  I know it was a pain in the ass and took nearly two months to ship my pistol from my gun dealer back east to a licensed dealer out here. I think someone can get a gun if they want one bad enough, either online or off. Offline is probably simpler and easier. Also, there''s an eBay for guns, its called GunBroker....

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Hi can some please give me a guidline for my question below, im stuck, what is the difference between consigmn

A:  Setting out your exam question in full and asking other people to answer it for you either shows a considerable brass neck or is really taking the p!ss. Are you not even a tiny bit abashed at the fact you are going to pass off others work and research as your own? [PS: as an aside: this type of question is the bane of every student''s life. The examiner is being oh-so-clever in dressing up a very simply contractual issue with all this guff about parties and tsunami''s and man-eating chickens. The one bit of help I will give you is to strip out all the dressage and boil this question down to it''s simplest components parts. ''A contracts to buy X from B'', and so on. Once you''ve done that, you may even be able to answer it without asking Yahoo to do it for you]...

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laws about shipping alcohol to the United states?

A:  It varies, do some research. It looks like in Ohio you can. Here''s the law: No. if you are not a license FDA business person. Also , even if you are, you cannot just buy and ship alcoholic drinks without complying the laws. Go to FDA or TTB USA govt laws for more reading. On the shipping, you have to ask your local/international courier how to ship, and how the right packaging, and other requirements. Check some DUTY FREE liqour stores at your nearest airports, maybe your brand is available in their stores. Or if u''re lucky, a friend from Ireland can bring you, about 9 liters or so ( not so sure) for non-license, or hand carry gifts only. Will you share what kind of alcoholic drinks are...