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What do you think of Middle Eastern Migration in canada?

A:  I personally think that any particular immigrant that comes to this country should be obligated to offer canada something rather than a foreign body. Multiculturalism is good, but it doesn''t make my Canadian life any better. I think that these people are just taking advantage of our country. I don''t hate muslim people or anything, I just think they should know that this is OUR country, not THEIR country. It doesn''t bother me any. Where ever ME people go they bring their backwards culture and oppressive religion. Plus, they constantly riot. There are plenty of Middle Eastern people. Those who were not born in canada enter in the same legal way as other immigrants. It''s a calamity in the making for a country with...

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legal Definition of Dangerous Ordinance

A:  The following is a portion of an OH statute: (K) “Dangerous ordnance” means any of the following, except as provided in division (L) of this section: (1) Any automatic or sawed-off firearm, zip-gun, or ballistic knife;(2) Any explosive device or incendiary device;(3) Nitroglycerin, nitrocellulose, nitrostarch, PETN, cyclonite, TNT, picric acid, and other high explosives; amatol, tritonal, tetrytol, pentolite, pecretol, cyclotol, and other high explosive compositions; plastic explosives; dynamite, blasting gelatin, gelatin dynamite, sensitized ammonium nitrate, liquid-oxygen blasting explosives, blasting powder, and other blasting agents; and any other explosive substance having sufficient brisance or power to be particularly suitable for use as a military explosive, or for use...

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legal Definition of Discrimination?

A:  Illegal discrimination is that based on a Title VII characteristic or one that is additionally protected under a particular state''s statute (for example, sexual orientation is not protected federally, but is protected in some states). In the example you gave, since being a non-relative of the owner is NOT a protected status, that would be legal. that is called living in the real world. a company can arbitrarily apply rules as they desire as long as they do not apply them or not based on legally acknowledged classes such as race, religion, color, creed, gender, etc. nepotism has always had a place in a family run business All discrimination is legal, unless it''s based on things like race,...

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What is Bail

A:  Bail can be defined as a payment to ensure you will show up to court for your next appearance. When someone posts bail they basically are released with the understanding that they need to show back up to court for their hearing....

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Prevailing wage of software engineer in MA?

A:  unless you are working for a Federal Contractor the prevailing wage is meaningless in this economy...

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Our 'crazy neighbor' is rumored to have set "lethal boobytraps" in his yard/property to deter burglars. How?

A:  the 2nd ammendment does not limit the weapons this man can have therefore he can have whatever he wants. any policeman who enforces any law aganist this mans weapons is gulity of 2 federal crimes(ammendment 14 and article 4 section 2).the only way to properly restrict this mans rights is to ammend the constitution otherwise police would be breaking the law if they arreste3d him. local and state laws cannot restrict or oppose the constitution First Stay away from his property. LOL Leave the guy alone, I am sure you do things that some people do not agree with. First, stay off his property. You could try calling the police. I don''t know if they will do much about rumors though. Why do people always think they can...

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Any 1 Got The Ans Of These ?

A:  Sounds like you might be looking to answers for a take-home exam. It''s probably cheating to be asking people on here what the answers are. However, for the benefit of other people on the board who might be interested in these issues I will post some response. Beware - these answers are likely to get you "caught" if you use them on an exam of some sort, because different classes will deal with these in different ways. Read your damn textbook and notes. Q-1) Define Voidable Contracts? A contract that can (but does not have to be) rescinded by one of the parties at their discretion. Usually arises because of defects in formation, such as infancy, i.e., where one party is a minor. Though it is also possible...

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My 16 yr old daughter is pregnant--Q

A:  Originally Posted by momtopgteen My daughter is 16, her boyfriend turned 22 in January. We just found out she is pregnant. We are in shock and want to know what the law in the state of VA is regarding this type of situation. We want him held legally responsible for child support, should the need arise and he flakes out on my daughter. If we have to hold the law over his head to finally make him mature and act like the man he is supposed to be then so be it. But I need to know what the law is first. The law is that when the baby is born, your daughter files to establish paternity, custody and visitation, and child support. She won''t necessarily need an...

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Age of consent for Sexual Relations

A:  I''m not a lawyer but I just did some googlin''. I too was under the impression that the old AoC was 14, but that appears to have changed. It is now illegal for adults in canada to have sex with a partner under the age of 16, one of the new provisions of the Tories'' violent crime law that came into effect on Thursday. The Tackling Violent Crime Act raises the legal age of sexual consent in canada to 16 from 14, the first time it has been raised since 1892. But the law includes a "close-in-age exception," meaning 14- and 15-year-olds can have sex with someone who is less than five years older. The Tories...

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Deed of Trust

A:  The family lender is not a party to the divorce! So the lender has no economic or safely incentive to release the other borrower and would be foolish to do so--its quite possible that you could go belly up and his collection options just went down the toilet. Were I the lender I'd want something on the table to protect ME! The quit claim deed doesn't help ME. Assuming the lender is willing to release the other borrower then the exact form is probably pretty state specific , probably a newly filed deed of trust and a satisfaction of the prior deed of trust , CAUTION if there are any other liens out there to satisify the first may unintentionally move up the next to first priority and the family lender is no longer in first place w with the new deed of trust. And a good RE attorney...