Do I need a permit to own a serval in Tennessee.? Nashville
Do I need a permit to own a serval in Tennessee. ? Nashville Davidson county. ?I know they are legal but I am being told I need a permit. This is a class 3 animal. It is an exotic cat but what read is no permit but the seller wants me to make sure. It's just a pet- no breeding.
I currently live in a mobile home. My fiance and I have a
I currently live in a mobile home. My fiance and I have a child and she chose to leave me to pay all the bills. The loan for the home is in her name and all of the bills are in her name. The only thing my name is ***** ***** the title to the home. I was wondering if I can legally leave this home without getting sued?
I moved in with my husband that I have known since we were
Good morning, I moved in with my husband that I have known since we were 12 years old. We live in a very old trailer circa approx. 1980 (trailer/mobile home came from Florida). My husband bought it for $1000 and gutted it and refurbished, insulated, dry walled, etc. to make it liveable for central New York state. The owner of the trailer park is very elderly. I question the receipt/deed that we have. It looks like a photo copy of a receipt for the sale of the trailer,it is singed in actual ink though. We want to sell the trailer to move down south but we don't understand how that works on a legal point. Can you give some advise on how to go about this please?
I am starting an online website in Arizona where will
I am starting an online website in Arizona where will provide multimedia training for people on how to better their resume, interview more effectively, and find a new job. I will have online job postings for job searching and I will also be offering resume review, interview practice, and other consulting services for a fee.Looking at ARS 23-521 I can't tell for sure if I need to be licensed as an employment agent. I think I meet the criteria for B4 and don't need one. If at all possible I would prefer not to go through the hassle of getting a license but can if need be.
I am trying to find out what to do with a used car I bought,
I am trying to find out what to do with a used car I boughtJA: What state is this in? And how old is the car?Customer: California, 2012JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: We bought it 3 weeks agoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: and we just got a notice of contract of recession but on the contract we signed it says they only had 10 days to rescind the contract
My soon to be exhusband and I had three cars together. Two
My soon to be exhusband and I had three cars together. Two cars were recently declared total loss by the insurance company. One was still being finaced by both of us and the other had both of our names on the title. My ex was the primary on the car insurance. He decided to give both cars to the insurance company without my permission. He received direct deposit payment for both cars into his personal account for both cars. Is this fraud since he didn't get my pemission to give both cars to the insurance company without my permission? He received the money for them as well? What recourse do I have at this point?JA: What state is this in? And how old is the car?Customer: Colorado. One financed is a 2009. One paid off is 1997.JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Registration on financed car was solely in my name. Titled car was registered in both names.
My mother in law is 96 years old. She fell recently breaking
My mother in law is 96 years old. She fell recently breaking her leg and hip and is now living in a nursing home, The Woodlands Heath Care and Rehab. Center, located in The Woodlands, Texas.In order to get her into the facility she had to forfeit all material items and funds. She complied with this except for a car she owns. It is a 1999 Cadillac, it is worth about $3500, according to Kelly Blue Book. I bought the car for her when my father in law passed so she could get around without trouble.She is having health problems, falling down, fainting, low blood pressure etc. and I do not think she should be driving in her condition. She insists she is going to get well and start driving again. The car is title is in her name but I have a lien on the car.The reason I put a lien on the car is so when she passed it would come to me and my wife so we could sell it and get some return on the purchase price and not be liable while she is diving.The problem is she will not sign the title over to me. She wants it parked in the nursing home parking lot so when she feels like driving somewhere it will be available to her. Her son has a power of attorney for her but will not sign the car over to me. I think he wants it for his son.The questions in all this are;1. Is my mother in law allowed to own the car without the Social Security knowing about it?2. Can her son sign her name on the title and license it in his name without my permission?3. Where can I find the rules and regulations for the Social Security accepting a patient into the program?