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Obtaining a California Civil Professional Engineering License

08th August 2012
California is a vital jurisdiction for the purpose of licensing as a Civil Professional Engineering License for a couple of factors, it will take the least magnitude of experience and is also quite possibly the most troublesome exam to complete nationwide... Read >
Author: Jacob Davidson

The Difference Between Defamation, Libel and Slander

29th November 2010
Defamation, libel and slander are all terms that are similar and often confused. Defamation is defined as the issuance of a false statement about another person which causes that person to suffer harm. Slander meanwhile involves the making of defamator... Read >
Author: Steven Medvin

Seychelles Private Interest Foundation

15th November 2010
Licensed Fund Choices in the SeychellesThere are three kinds of Licensed Fund that one can set up in Seychelles, a Public Fund, a Professional Fund and a Private Fund. The essential differences and distinctions are as follows:1. A Public Fund is one which... Read >
Author: Weldon Farrell Siemens

What is Warrant in Debt Virginia?

08th September 2010
Not all people know the term Warrant in Debt Virginia. Legal terms and matters are not really common knowledge to ordinary people not unless they really are familiar with 'LAW'. To give you a brief idea, warrant in debt in Virginia is a summon to a defend... Read >
Author: EssieHall

Process of Freedom to Operate Search.

07th July 2010
Freedom to operate (FTO) search is also known as 'Freedom to practice' (FTP) or 'Product clearance' search. As the name suggests, it is understood that a freedom to operate is the option or the right that makes you free from all legal obstacles to comm... Read >
Author: Legal Advantage

Answering a Foreclosure Summons and Complaint Without having Hiring a Lawyer

06th July 2010
If you have been served with a summons and issue for property foreclosure, it is crucial that you file and serve an response within just the time time period necessary by the law of your think. Typically, the time time period for filing and serving your f... Read >
Author: Humberto Hayes

The Basic Type Of Housing Tenure And Its Pros And Cons

21st May 2010
In the many types of housing tenure, owner occupancy and tenancy are considered as some of the most frequently used forms of ownership. Housing tenure is a term used by many experts and professionals to determine the type of ownership an occupant has on a... Read >
Author: Deirdre

Maine Felony OUI

12th May 2010
Although an OUI, operating under the influence of alcohol, offense may seem relatively minor, the state of Maine treats it as very serious. Your first offense is a misdemeanor in many jurisdictions, as is the second in a ten-year period, even though each ... Read >
Author: William Bly

How Long Does Foreclosure Take?

22nd September 2009
In Foreclosure Power of Sale Foreclosure vs. Judicial Foreclosure, how fast can the bank foreclose? First of all, most lenders will not begin foreclosure proceedings until a borrower is 3-6 months behind on their payments. Although missing a singl... Read >
Author: John Stewart

Buying property abroad? 5 things you must remember

06th September 2009
Indians who want to buy property abroad are looking to benefit from the global recession. Dubai, earlier deemed unaffordable for most, is now being looked at as the most sought after destination for purchasing one's dream home. United Kingdom, Singapore, ... Read >
Author: Property Portal

7 Types of Identity Theft Penalties

05th August 2009
Do you want to know more about theft penalties? Whenever a theft crime is committed, theft penalties for the crime, varies depending on where you live. Also, different states and jurisdictions have their own laws for theft crimes. It also depends on wheth... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Understanding Easements

31st July 2009
An easement is a right to use real property in possession of another person for a stated purpose. An easement is considered a property right in itself at common law and is still treated as a type of property in most jurisdictions. Although sometimes they ... Read >
Author: Andrew Smith

American Lawyers in Thailand (foreign licensing issues)

01st June 2009
Due to the fact that Bangkok, Thailand is an epicenter of global trade it can become necessary from time to time to employ a legal adviser in order to assist with complicated and sometimes downright byzantine legal issues. This is particularly true where ... Read >
Author: Benjamin W. Hart, Esq.

Divorce and Its Financial Impact - How to Avoid Financial Ruin

23rd January 2009
A divorce can be devastating and negatively impact both spouses. Whether you are the husband or woman, it is likely that you will experience some financial problems after a divorce. If your monetary resources are not managed properly, the situation can be... Read >
Author: Joseph Carter

Landfill Problems Smokey Mountains and Landfill Pickers

08th December 2008
Waste disposal practices and the regulation of landfill sites are similar in the many countries. In Europe landfill is now so well controlled that it seldom causes major emissions or pollution problems of the sort that can still bedevil the developing nat... Read >
Author: Steve Last
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