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posted by shelly on Jun 26

Niblock Law Firm - Criminal Defense Attorneys

Arkansas Criminal Defense Lawyers If you are suspected of committing a crime, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side to make sure crimi… 888.398.5628 Brewster & De Angelis accepts criminal cases involving trials in state court and trials in federal court. For represe…

posted by shelly on Jun 26 Criminal Defense Lawyers Chattanooga If you are in the regrettable scenario of having actually been cited for a DU…
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Prince George's County Criminal Defense Attorneys - Devine & Fanning

Maryland Lawyers Attorneys at the La Plata law firm of Devine & Fanning, P.A. represent individuals and families throughout …
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posted by shelly on Jun 25 violent crime Massachusetts New England Boston Top Murder and homicide Manslaughter Criminal De…
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posted by shelly on Jun 25 Gary Neinstein, the senior partner of Neinstein & Associates, (Toronto personal injury lawyers) has long been specifically practici… This video explains the different fee arrangements that attorneys have with clients. If you have any questions about a potential case,…
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posted by shelly on Jun 24

Question by d*sexy: A questions for Lawyers with persoal injury Lawsuits?
i have a few questions reguarding lawsuits. My fiance is in the process of a lawsuit. He has his an EBT coming up. I believe that is a deposition. How many depostions will he have and in how long do you think the lawsuit will be settled after the deposition. Also we are moving and currently have our mail being sent to our parents house and i recently noticed that the mail from his lawyer the envelope and letter is addressed to him and under his name say’s “c/o his grandmas name”….why is that?….it doesnt say “grandmas name” it actually says the name i just dont want to give it out.

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Answer by Cesaria Barbarossa
I worked in a personal injury firm and it took an average two years for a settlement.

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posted by shelly on Jun 24

Marketing! That elusive thing we’re never taught as professionals. Marketing is a tap that you must turn on in your business and and never turn off. You migh…

posted by shelly on Jun 24

Question by skaterpimp14: Attorney/Legal Intern Help please?
Hello I am a sophomore in college and want to start looking or securing an internship in legal matters that pays for the summer and was wondering how I would go about doing this for Columbus Ohio, I want to be an attorney and I would love to do this so I can get 3 years experience by the time I graduate then apply for law school.

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Answer by God answers all questions
Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.
But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.

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posted by shelly on Jun 24 212-977-7033 If you or someone you love has suffered an injury in a slip and fall accident, you need to talk with an experienced lawy…
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posted by shelly on Jun 23

Question by huvgj: ENGLISH LAND LAW: Are Legal Easements Overriding Interests?
M.P. Thompson, Modern Land Law:
“Under the Land Registration Act 2002, only legal easements will override a registered dispoistion (Land Registration Act, Sched. 1, para. 3; and Sched. 3, para 3)…… ”

Land Registry Practice Guide 62 (March 2005):
“An easement (legal or equitable) expressly granted on or after 13 October 2003 over registered servient land cannot be an overriding interest”…..(there is no reference for this in this practice guide however).

So is it just me, or is this contradicting?Are they, or are they not overriding interests?If they are, what is the reference for this?

Thankyou, very confused!

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Answer by MLaw
You’ve quoted only secondary sources. It seems the law changed on 13 Oct. 2003. You should consult the primary source; the statute that changed the law.

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posted by shelly on Jun 23

Question by Christina Lang: Why do companys choose to form as a corportation?
Why do company’s choose to form as a corportation, and what are the steps required to become a corporation? What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of the corporate form of doing business?

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Answer by Mike
Unlimited life, pooling of resources from anonymous investors and limited liability.

Forming a corporation depends on what kind. Simple LLCs can be formed for under $ 250 by filling out of Secretary of State form most places. Forming a Bank Holding Company requires multiple levels of licensing and millions in initial capital. Each legal classification of corporation has substantially different requirements for formation, and in the USA there are over 40 legal forms of incorporation.

Chief disadvantage is double taxation for C type (public stock) corporations. Also unrelated business income tax can complicate issues as well as corporations have higher baseline maintenance costs than do pass-through entities.

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