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How high are the taxes, and what laws do they have in England?

A:  Any country which tries to ban pointy knives has me worried- As for different taxes [licenses]...to watch TV, you need to have a licence at 135.50 pounds, or about $271.00. I believe that this is charged annually. Ouch. The actual rate of taxation does depend on where you are in the UK. It varies from city to city. Most of their laws are very similar to those in the USA. The US courts are modeled after those of the UK....

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What is the laws intent for protecting the free exercise of religion?

A:  The First Amendment begins, ''Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...'' Traditionally, this has been interpreted to mean that Congress shall not ''establish'' an official national religion (the ''establishment clause''), or interfere with any individual''s practice of religion (the ''free exercise clause''). There was little debate regarding the free exercise clause until 1879. In Reynolds v. United States, the supreme court decided that a territorial anti-polygamy law was legal despite the fact that polygamy was considered a religious practice. The court decided that although the *federal* government could not pass...

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My husband can't leave his ex in the past, what do I do?

A:  Not too much you can do, except sit him down and talk to him for the last time, and make sure there is no misunderstanding as to what you expect of him, as he should already know his ex should not even be in the picture, as any loving husband would not put their wife through any such nonsense. If he continues to do what he is doing, then it is time for you to think what is it that you want in life for your and your child. Remember things happens in life that one may not want but has to accept, but still life goes on and if you ever want to be happy in life,and you continue with the present situation, happiness will never come, so if the time does come and you want to be happy, then you will be the one that will make it happen in the end if...

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Do you think PAPs/APs that are fighting fparents for custody believe they are doing what's best for the child?

A:  i''m not understanding the question what is PAP? and is Fparents foster parents or first parents? When people decide to create a new life, are they EVER doing it for good of the child? I doubt many couples think, "Let''s use the molecules in the air, the water, and our bodies to create a new life for the benefit of the new life." No, children are usually created because the natural parents wanted to be parents. APs are no different. They choose to adopt because they want to be parents. It is no more selfish than those who become parents by giving birth. Yes, it happens. APs often will fight because they believe the child will be better off with them. When the APs know (or have been told) the child''s natural family has significant issues that would make...

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What is the correct process to appeal a Judge''s order of no contact?

A:  Usually, individuals may only file an appeal with the next higher court in the same system in which the case originated. For example, if persons want to file an appeal from a decision in a state trial court, normally they may file their appeals only to the state intermediate appellate court. The party who loses on appeal may next appeal to the next higher court in the system, usually the state supreme court. The state''s highest court is almost always the final word on matters of that state''s law. The following are Arizona statutes: 46-455. Permitting life or health of an incapacitated or vulnerable adultto be...

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The law on limited liability companies and joint stock company is state law, why is it a problem for an LLC or LLP when the body of the place?

A:  Because if it is small, it can not cover all eventualities that may arise. It only made sense. If there is a reason, exactly, it would be covered in your manual. Limited liability companies have all the characteristics of a society and a society. Therefore, the common law provides gap-fillers.Une limited liability company or ''Union'' has been around for a very long time. Here you will find a general partner usually has virtually no real interest in the company, other than a small percentage, sponsors and have almost all the shares in the company réelle.La difference is that the partners are liable LLP sponsors losses up to its investment, capital gains or losses included, even if they do not understand, or as a partnership profits pertes.Tout collectif.Dans an LLC you have the same that a...

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To the supporters of Roe vs. Wade

A:  Re: To the supporters of Roe vs. Wade john w k wrote:To the supporters of Roe vs. Wade[/color] I have long been amazed at those who defend Roe vs. Wade and their complicity in the subjugation of our Constitutional system! The Constitution secures and protects individual liberty from both FEDERAL and STATE oppression of individual liberty. The supreme court, in Roe v. Wade, struck down an oppressive state law as unconstitutional in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment. The court decided a case or controversy arising under the Constitution and was acting in accordance with the powers it was delegated in the Constitution. Therefore, your alleged "amazement" of people who support

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How should I approach a law firm about doing an internship?

A:  Of course, your particular situation really depends on the economy in your area and on what skills you can bring to the table (and on who you know--although I''m assuming that if you had an in at a law firm, you wouldn''t be asking this question). Going to the firms personally is a good idea, according to my department head, anyway--he suggested going around 2-3 p.m. on a Friday, since they''re more likely to kind of be winding down. (That struck me as either a good idea or a really bad one, but I thought I''d pass it along.) As mailacco said, it''s hard to get a legal position these days. I''ve been hearing from recent law school grads that *they* are having a hard time finding *internships*, which means that as a college student, you have, like, no chance. Of...

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The use of an address for shipping purposes

A:  Quote: Also are you sure, ? who told you and how did you find out ? it may be an issue of laziness, he may have a Fed Express account listed at that address and instead of merley changing that address he has just left it. Depends on what kind of "business" shipments this man has been making. If you have lived there for 2 years but he owns the property, he had plenty of time to change his address on his Federal Express account. If you feel uncomfortable about this, do write him a short note about it. I am sure Federal Express would not be happy with him using a wrong address for business purposes if something shipped happened to have contraband contents in it....

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What if all the illegals were to be deported?

A:  There are plenty of people that would do the job at twice the price and demand benefits, vacations, health insurance, time off. I work in health care. It is almost impossible to find anyone to fill CNA and housekeeping jobs. I have had Hispanics and Cacuasians work on my ranch clearing dead weeds and picking up strings from bales of hay etc.. The first time I hierd the white crew, didn''t finish, said they''d be back and never showed again after I paid them. The next year I hired Hispanics and they did an awesome job in half the time and were very greatful for what I paid them which was what I paid the white crew even thought they asked for less. I don''t care who you are or what your citizenship is, if you work for me, you get paid what the job is worth. I''m hiring a crew this year to...