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What is the teen law for curfew in Georgia?

A:  Curfew ordinances are more specific than that. You can find it by searching "minor curfew" with the name of your town and county, as well as state. Most for Georgia are between eleven pm and six am, but some are unnecessarily complicated: http://www.eastpointpolice.org/curfew.ht All of them allow you to go with your parent(s), who would probably like to be invited ... And that'll teach your brother not to mess with ya. ;)...

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real estate Agent vs. real estate broker

A:  A real estate broker are typically those who train real estate agents. They typically have more experience and are not biased. They can also sell property. [...] Legal Information is a wealth of unprecedented information. The last post on real estate Agent vs. real estate broker is highly regarded. Here''s a brief overview: [...]...

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real estate law

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lost Mobile Home title Ohio/who is responsible for the taxes?

A:  Several questions arise. One when you financed the purchase did you have taxes and insurance escrowed in the loan? two if you payed the taxes on the trailer didn''t you think the land had taxes also ? third what made you think the credit union was " turning it into real property "? As for them not filing a release that is easily resolved the credit union can file the release and clear there old loan. Banks and credit union don''t turn trailers into real property. You must first get the county guidelines, I.E. brick foundation ( no skirts ) permanent porch or entrance way etc. This would be on you to properly prepare the property and have it inspected to become real property. Trailer tax and property tax...

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how easy or hard is it to become a legal resident of the USA?

A:  Earlier research by my team suggested that a crisis was brewing because of a burgeoning immigration backlog. At the end of 2006, more than 1 million skilled professionals (engineers, scientists, doctors, researchers) and their families were in line for a yearly allotment of only 120,000 permanent resident visas. The wait time for some people ran longer than a decade. Why should we care? Because immigrants are critical to the country''s long-term economic health. Despite the fact that they constitute only 12% of the U.S. population, immigrants have started 52% of Silicon Valley''s technology companies and contributed to more than 25% of our global patents. They make up 24% of the U.S. science and engineering workforce holding bachelor''s degrees and 47% of science and engineering workers...

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Ethics or law? Michigan

A:  As a matter of professional courtesy your wife should have contacted the other real estate agent to confirm the relationship between the other real estate agent and the potential client. Relying solely on information provided by a client can be dangerous - most individuals are not familiar with real estate transactions, don''t always know what they have signed or agreed to and what if any obligations they may have to any real estate agents they have spoken to. It sounds like the ''potential client'' may have maintained some sort of relationship with the other realtor...

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Is it even legal?

A:  Oh what else is new never had a short sale where bank has NOT ever done this. UP to you purchase home with additional amount requested OR have you buyers agent review terms and cancel sales agreement. Why we don''t recommend for short sale to any family due to this Lynn911 Yes it is. The original purchase agreement was between you and the seller. The bank is the third party to the transaction. Of course they can''t force you to pay more, you are free to walk away from the deal if you wish to do so. Your short sale addendum and your 45-day deadline are both exit strategies in place for your protection. Almost all banks will end up asking for more and often the buyer has to pay a little to the 2nd lender too -if there''s a 2nd lender. Keep in mind that your price you agreed to...

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I have a rental property listed for shortsale. I immediately received an offer and therefore the bank delayed/held back the foreclosure process.

A:  The lenders are not most likely doing anything except foreclose. The problem sounds like when the loan closed that the line of credit got to the finish line before the primary mortgage. The first that records is the one in first in line if the property is foreclosed. If Litton they become the owner of the property subject to the line of credit. So litton is trying to get in a better position to litigate with line of credit (if that is possilbe). I would try to sell property and get an attorney that know reals estate and understand mortgage servicing. Get attoneys input now but would not get them involved until offer is received. Because if no offer, you may paying attorney with no possible resolution (in my opinion). Litton case is very...

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Is an eviction notice necessary?

A:  She no longer lives there, right? She long ago changed her mailing address to her father''s house, hasn''t spent the night there for ten months, doesn''t share in any bills or utilities, etc? She''s effectively just using his place for storage? Thanks for the prompt response!! That''s right, she doesn''t live there anymore BUT she did spend the night at his place like a month ago. She doesn''t pay any utilities and I''m pretty sure she is using his house as a storage facility only. I think she never changed her address when she moved out though. Would it make a difference if she had changed her mailing address to her dad''s address as soon as she moved out? It would reflect that she moved. Since he is in doubt about his circumstances and continues to let her spend the night, and apparently...

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warranty titles in NY

A:  Hello Marco: First off, I don''t know the answer. But, I can tell you this. The problem you are having, is just the first, in a long line of problems you''re going to have, that COULD simply be avoided by NOT being an absentee landlord. What? They don''t have good real estate investment opportunities in your neighborhood? excon It''s not that I will not be able to tend to the property and It was vacant land I was referring to with no tenants. I hate to ask what you were in for, but anyhow thanks. M So honestly what would be wrong with buying land and for later use and if not maybe selling it later. Hopefully making a small profit? But still yet no one has answered my main question? Anyone? M...