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  • This is refering to Landlord tenant law in California I need some help with my situation. I have moved in with my husband in an apartment with a friend. The friend had the contract in his name. My husband lived with him and i moved in in February. We talked to the landlord and wanted to change the contract in my name and my husbands. He agreed verbally but then never showed up to sign the papers he handed us. He told us to send the checks from us to pay the rent and we did. Our friend moved out in may and we stayed trying to reach the landlord and make everything in order. Now he came to fix something in the house and we found out (from a neighbor) that now the landlord feels that he has been lied to, that he does not recognize us as tenants and that he is starting the papers to evict us. Can he do that? Every month since march he has been cashing the monthly rent checks that are in our names, with the address of this apartment we live in. Wouldn't this be considered that he agreed on us being the tenants? Thank you in advance for your answers
  • Yes, if you are personally handing him a check and he is taking it he is in agreement. But this is a month to month agreement, all he has to do is tell you to leave in order to evict you.
  • "He told us to send the checks from us to pay the rent and we did." By having you pay the rent, he did, in fact, accept the arrangement and it became a de facto rental agreement. "had the contract in his name" This "contract" is called a "lease" and they are for a defined period, usually one year. Once the lease expires you become "tenants-at-will" which means you only need to give notice to move out with the state mandated minimum time. The landlord also can change, or terminate, the agreement by giving notice with the same state mandated minimum time. Some people view this as "eviction" but it is not. Eviction is a court order for the tenant to move out. If the tenant fails to move out, part of the eviction notice is an "execution order". This gives the landlord the legal right to have the tenant forceably removed by the sheriff. If the landlord tries to evict you because he "doesn't recognize" you as tenants, you can, by producing the cancelled checks, prove that he did recognize you as tenants. The courts will probably find in your favor. Depending on the Tenant/Landlord laws of CA, he might also be prevented from "retaliatory actions" if he loses. Retalliation would be jacking up the rent or any other action meant to punish you for winning. Here in MA, the landlord can be fined if he does anything that could be construed as a retaliatory action for 90 days after losing an eviction case.
  • I would say that if you are occupying the space while it is still under a lease agreement with your friend, then yes he can evict you, as per the contract. {But I do not know why he would want to lose the income.} But if you are beyond your friend's contract, then you are on a month to month, and all he needs to do is give you one month notice (in writing) to move out. Considering you are occupying the landlord's space, yes, you need to pay the rent (or your friend is liable for it). Accepting you as legitimate tenants takes a written contract.
  • The landlord can't drive your mom out at the thirtieth. First of all, she needs to be served with a 30 day detect to vacate. And what's the grounds for eviction besides? If she's paying her hire (and has evidence of that) she can't be evicted for non-cost. If she is on a monthly hire then he has a proper to invite her to go away on the finish of her hire interval, however she nonetheless needs to be served with a 30 day detect. After that, he has to dossier go well with in civil court docket to have her eliminated from the estate. In all truth, an eviction can take months earlier than it's truthfully enforced.
  • Without anything in writing from the landlord specifically stating you are allowed to live there, you are subletting in violation of your friend's lease. Just because he accepted payment from you does not constitute an agreement to allow you to stay. It is the same as if you payed on behalf of your friend while he was living there. So, yes, he can evict you.
  • He certainly can't say that you haven't been tenants when he has accepted your checks, but you've been there with no lease. He doesn't need a reason to evict you.
  • the most u have in CA is month to month rental as u have no written lease of occupancy. as for collecting check- yes it is legal and NO does not create a contract of occupancy. So start packing and looking for new place to live with a contract to rent. no, u have no legs to sue on.
  • do you have proof that he cashed the checks ? cause if you do than if he tries to evict you than you can sue him and possibly get all or atleast a good part of your money back.
  • I fell off a ladder at work, called my boss to seek help , six hours later my boss shows up, I told my boss nothing happened ( im still in pain) finally i stop working and demanded that my boss needs to understand im really hurt and fell. My boss then wrote a report ( never took me to urgent care). I worked in pain for two months tried to see docs but needed approval from workman's comp insurance. I then raised hell with HR then i saw a doc, Results? tore ligaments in both knees, knee cap not centered, both ankles have bone fragments and possible fracture to both ankles too. I could walk but i couldnt stand for too long nor sit and was in pain all the time. Now i have had surgery on both knees at the same time as i just had my new born ( wheel chair and a baby ) TUFF!!! i cant even climb stairs now , knees hurt when i stand still and when i walk, i cant do much anymore, my life has changed so much. Now my wife and i are struggling and divorce is an option because i cant support my family and or do things with my family. Im now going through depression and have a workman's comp lawyer who i dont know what he is doing to help. i also think i need to go after my old job for putting on a 10 foot ladder and also require me to wear dress shoes. not safe according to OSHA, and the fact they took two plus months to assist me. so what do i do, im going to loose my family, wife , house, and baby if i cant get money to support my family and figure out what job i can do were i cant stand too long or sit too long? HELP????
  • The amount you get from workers comp is fixed by law and depends on your injuries. Talk to your workers comp lawyer; it is his job to get you the most money possible. You should also consult with a lawyer for the civil claims against your employer. In addition to the claims you've listed, have you considered suing your employer for ignoring your injury and not taking you to urgent care? How about applying for disability insurance? Also, if you really need cash right now, there are companies that will advance you a portion of the settlement you are expected to receive.
  • in case you employed him on an hourly foundation, you owe him what he's complete so a techniques and specific, you're loose to fire him. in case you employed him on a contingency foundation, then you are able to nonetheless fire him yet he's owed regardless of artwork he has executed so a techniques on your case, oftentimes on his regulary hourly fee (which must be suggested interior the retainer settlement), or regardless of fee your state workers' comp regulation facilitates.
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  • I sent a letter to a company with my check in it via USPS on August 13th. I live in California and the company is in Florida. I thought it might take about a week but it has been 2 weeks now and the company says that they still haven't received my letter. I did no special shipping (which is my fault), as I am not too experienced with mailing. Can somebody tell me what should I do? or something informative in my case? Thanks in advance. Have a great day!
  • The odds are that they got it and an error was made in handling your payment. It is very rare that mail is lost, almost impossible. Mail is sorted by machine and moves through the system very fast. Ordinary 44c letter is very reliable and should be there in 3 days. Did you check your bank statement to see if the check was cashed?
  • If you don't have a trace bar code or tracking number then there is not much you can do. Call the USPS Customer service, and if your letter ends up in the UMO (Undeliverable Mail Office), then they should be able to get it back to you if there is a return address. You may want to cancel the check as well. It is a possibility that your letter is just at the bottom of a bin or that it went to the wrong place, but if you have a due date for the cheque then i suppose you should just cancel it and send them another one by registered mail. I hope everything works out for you... best wishes.
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  • I mailed out an extension to the state, but also included a check for what I owe, and my finished tax documentation. The check i sent was post dated for the end of may, when i should have by that time the federal refund to cover the check written for the state, since the form stated the extension is pushed up till october. Will this work, & did I do it right? or will they still cash my check? Thank you for your help!
  • Nope. Post-dating checks does not work with large institutions and the modern banking system. The date will never be read by a human (or machine). The check will be converted into an EFT in the clearing house, "whenever". Murphy's law says it'll be the day before a bunch of other checks clear, so they'll all bounce at $40 a pop. When this happens, no matter who you talk to, nobody will help you sort it out. I would suggest stop writing checks on that account until things stabilize, and/or do a CC cash advance to cover the money short term. And don't EVER post-date a check again. It just doesn't work anymore.
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  • It takes about 4-5 days for the Runescape people to recieve your membership. I live in San Diego and mail it to the same place, and that's how long it takes. Hope this helps, and Happy New Year! :)
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  • Yes, you'll be able to cash it if you have a picture ID that isn't expired. Try to cash it at the bank where it was issued if possible ... that will make things easier.
  • If the check is made out to your name and you have ID, any bank should be able to cash it. Whether or not Wal Mart will do it, I don't know.
  • The state doent really have a problem with it. The bank is were you'll have some fun. Make sure the banks are combatible.
  • yeah just not at the bank.
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  • yes and thanks in advance..i am buying a property in hayward california..paying 230,000 cash ..the house is on a 50 by 425 foot long lot with a detached gargage..needs work but is not saging or crowned inside the house floors..i am buying with hopes of living in it,,then after i have it looking good pulling most of my money back out..does this seem reallistic to you or am i dreaming?
  • Why on earth would not not inspect? Especially in Hayward, not exactly the classest place in the world. As least make sure they have permits. "not sagging" is not exactly the breaking point. I will be busy most of today, but if you want I can take a look at the houses records and give you an opinion on it. I would need the address.
  • No inspection? Are you kidding?! The wiring and everything could be stripped before you Close. There could be mold everywhere and a cracked foundation. Why would you put that much money into something you didn't inspect? You wouldn't buy a $12,000 car without an inspection. Just the idea that someone thinks you should give up that right is a red flag, unless I am missing some critical detail on this property.
  • I always highly recommend inspections, a good home inspector is worth their weight in gold. Just because the floors are not sagging or crowned does not mean the home is in good condition. Do yourself a favor and get the inspections.
  • I am also in the process of getting my name removed from CheckSystems but in the mean time I need a place for us to do our banking. In other words "just pay check systems & have your nae removed" isn't the type of answer I am looking for, since that is a pretty long process and I need somewhere to do my banking asap. So anyone with any ideas and/or answers please help! I really don't care if it is a Bank or Credit Union, I just need to find somewhere soon! Thanks in advance I look forward to any help you all can give me :)
  • ~~You will not be able to find an institution not using Check System. They all do. You may have to deal in money orders/cash/ cashier checks until you get your name cleared.~~
  • "Know Your Customer" rules from the Treasury Dept, banking division, pretty much requires that all banks use ChexSystems. You are not likely to find a bank or credit union anywhere who will open an account for you while you have such debts outstanding. You will have to use a check-cashing place and pay your bills in cash until you have it all paid off. Whether you want to hear this or not, you have no other options. You cannot afford to let this be "a pretty long process." Slash spending elsewhere until this is taken care of. Get a second job. Do whatever it takes, as this has to be your top priority, not something you do with "whatever is left" from your paycheck. In your situation, this has to be done first.
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  • http://lakecountyrealty1.california.rema...I'm really interested in foreclosures right now and this property is in a prime location and listed on the website for right smack in the middle of my price range... However when I attempted to contact the real estate agent she was rather prude and really didn't want to tell me any information regarding the house. I set up an appointment to come and see if but 15 minutes before the appointment (she lives 45 minutes away...) she called to tell me it was simply out of my price range... She says the house is listed on HER website for 129k But it is listed on the companies website for less than half that... Just wondering if there would be a way to get around her such as contacting the real estate company or the bank. any suggestions? It almost seems like she is trying to hold on to the property or just get more cash for herself. thanks in advance for the input!
  • Any realtor in the area will be able to show you the property.
  • Sure. It's surely authorized and folks do it at all times. The query is whether or not you must. Advantages: Ummm. None. The fee is paid via the vendor (except you've got a customer's agent, you are shopping from a FSBO (on the market via proprietor), the FSBO refuses to pay a fee, and you are inclined to. I'm no longer definite approximately the earlier remark approximately a $two hundred cost. But the fee is paid via the vendor. Using an agent, you've got entry to the MLS. Yes, probably the most know-how is on-line--you'll be able to uncover all of the indexed residences your self. But there is plenty of know-how a Realtor has entry to that you do not. That entails the whole thing from estate historical past to the capacity to swiftly and safely pull comps. Plus, furthermore to the "Public/Internet" feedback you'll be able to uncover at the residence, there is one other element of feedback that handiest dealers have entry to. Although you fairly must have a legal professional evaluate the files although you are making use of a truly property agent, many folks do not cross to that rate. However, if you are shopping with out an agent, you surely want a legal professional. And that'll price. There are lots of alternative factors, too, for making use of an agent. They do plenty of in the back of-the-scenes paintings. For illustration, if you are shopping a apartment or a dwelling with an HOA, they get the files. They recognize what different files are essential in which you're. So, there don't seem to be many advantages (if any) that I can suppose of for shopping a residence with no truly property agent. One extra notice: The remark above mine, certainly from an investor (I'm one, too), notes that you'll be able to do it, and I agree. However, there are different contingencies that even traders comprise of their contracts. In addition to transparent and marketable name, traders mostly will installed a financing contingency. Especially if they are making use of "difficult cash," they ought to shield themselves if the ARV (after fix importance) is not top ample. There are equivalent contingencies integrated in contracts that truly property dealers use. Many traders purchase a estate "as is," however many additionally comprise an inspection contingency. It could also be acknowledged that method, or it can be a extra commonplace "Contract is area to approval via associate." One change that on the whole does not impact you is that the majority investor contracts state that the agreement is utterly assignable. Most/all truly property agent contracts state that the agreement isn't assignable. So there is plenty extra to writing a agreement--even for an investor--than making definite there is a transparent name at the estate.
  • Never, NEVER trust any information from RealtyTrac. They make money selling lists, not houses. No matter who owns the house - bank, business, owner - they are going to try to get what it's worth. RealtyTrac makes lists of houses that are sometimes bank owned, sometimes just behind in payments - and they put prices on them that are absurd - but make it look like you could buy their list and find a really low priced home. The agent is probably not lying to you and probably doing you a favor. If the house is WORTH $129k, NOBODY is going to sell it to you for $55k. The $55k is probably what was owed on a second mortgage that RealtyTrac is aware of.
  • You can get your own agent to assist in buying the property. You can call the manager of her office and speak to him, or you can report her I think there is a real estate agent organization (maybe association of Realtors) that you can report her to. You could also report her to the Better Business Bureau.
  • You are obviously contacting the listing agent. Call a real estate buyer's agent and ask that person to represent you.
  • You find another real estate agent in Lake County.
  • Sounds like you got a free 2 month rental. Rejoice in that. But, you will have to pay cash or return the car. Trust me, the dealer hates it worse than you !
  • I am assuming that there was an issue with the loan or with a trade in. If your loan is in place and you are paying on it then the dealership no longer owns it, the bank does, and has no right to demand its return.
  • The loan has not been funded which nullifies the deal. You need to return the car asap.
  • If you signed a contract and got the title, how can they take it back? Assuming you've been making payments, of course.
  • I'd like some seriously advanced feedback from CPAs, Tax Attorney's and those that REALLY know Federal and California Tax law. Here's the situation - I pulled about 19k out of my traditional IRA in February, with the hope I would get a bonus from my employer to cover the withdrawal within 60 days. Why? My income dropped by 2/3rds and I had to pay the note on the house while looking for a new job. Yeah, I know... This is considered a prohibited event according to the IRS, but IRA managers offer it for a reason, so there is obviously a lot of leniency with this type of transaction. Anyway, I got my bonus and it was around 20.5k. Unfortunately, it came in the form of a SEP IRA. I tried to rollover the SEP to the traditional and they said, "Ok, but it doesn't count towards the distribution you took. You need to use post-tax dollars to repay this within the 60-day window." We all know I will be paying taxes on the rollover when I deduct it later in life, but the IRS appears hell-bent on double-taxing the money I withdrew, since my employer got a corporate tax break by putting money into the SEP. Is there any way around this situation? I've tried to reclassify the money in the SEP to traditional IRA, but that doesn't matter. Same with re-classifying the funds after I move them from SEP to Traditional. Neither seem to avoid the penalty. I know I could convert the SEP to a Roth, but then I'd pay income tax on it and would only avoid the 10% early withdrawal fee. Serious suggestions only please.
  • Unless you can put cash back in the IRA, you are screwed.. NEVER NEVER NEVER cash out your traditional IRA or 401 K... you pay the 10% penalty.. PERIOD. Its not double taxed.... the 10% is a PENALTY... and you pay ordinary income tax on the distribution. Traditional IRA's are funded with PRETAX money, so you got a deduction from your income taxes when it went in, and DEFERRED the tax on that deposit until you pulled the money out. The only difference between now and when you are 65... is at 65.. you wouldnt get hit with the 10% penalty...but WOULD pay taxes on the distribution because of its tax DEFERRED status... Your corporation didnt get a dime in tax relief for doing the SEP.. It is an expense to them , just as if you were on the payroll...
  • You have exactly 2 choices: 1. You can FIND 19K to put back into the IRA. 2. You can pay the 10% penalty for an early withdraw. Next time, ask these questions in time for someone to tell you it is a TERRIBLE plan. At the very least, make sure you KNOW you are getting the bonus and in what form BEFORE you commit to using it for ANYTHING.
  • I have been renting a condo in California since August. I received a Notice of Trustee's Sale posted on my door in the beginning of November. My landlord assured me there is nothing to worry about at the time. Just after I paid the rent for December, I received a Notice to Quit from a law firm on my door and that I have 60 days to vacate the condo. My landlord still claims he owns the condo. I received a notice from a real estate broker claiming to represent the bank, he is trying to make a Cash for Keys deal. I started looking for a new place to live, but I do not know who to trust. How can I find out if my landlord still owns the condo or it is foreclosed on? I do not want to break my lease contract. If the bank really owns the condo, is the security deposit transferred to the bank? If the landlord does not own the condo, can I demand to get my security deposit and the December's rent while I still occupy the condo? I kind of need the money to pay for a new security deposit I would really appreciate your advice. Thanks a lot in advance,
  • The previous poster is on the money but I wanted to note one thing. You landlord isn't lying (sort of). He isn't being forclosed on; he has apparently FILED BANKRUPTCY and the bankruptcy courts (the Trustee) is forcing the sale of the business property (the condo). The fortunate thing is that this stops the foreclosure process albeit temporarily. Chances are you are going to become what is known as a creditor. In some states the deposit money is supposed to go in a bank account separate from the business account OR is supposed to be accounted for. If someone is filing BK then they likely burned through your deposit illegally or otherwise. Talk to your landlord and follow-up with a certified letter and copies of the information provided. Talk to the law firm and the bank and plan to be out come the end of January. Contact the bankruptcy office and ask to speak with the trustee and see if they will give you a bankruptcy case number; you are likely going to be a creditor for your deposit. The good news is that you can likely make an agreement with the law firm and your landlord to leave in January and not face eviction from either. This will allow you to break your lease, not have a court filing against you for eviction, and leave the premisis using the last months deposit, which is likely gone, as "rent".
  • In these circumstances, I would try to make a deal with the bank and the real estate broker, then find a new place to live and vacate the condo.. I am not sure (maybe somebody else might help here) but you might sue your landlord in a Small Claims Court to get back your deposit and the last month's rent... You might be able to see if the property is foreclosed or not from the public records.
  • Your landlord is full of chit. He's not paying the mortgage and the bank will be throwing you out very soon. However, this does not excuse you from paying rent for living in the house...it just means that your landlord is a dirtbag. I would talk to a lawyer asap who is familiar with the landlord/tenant laws in your state. I would then find a new place and move out before you come home and find a padlock on the door. The reason to talk to an attorney is because you should get your security deposit refunded after breaking the lease because your landlord is breaching his end of the lease agreement by going into foreclosure.
  • You have 60 days to vacate, it's that simple. Do not pay the rent again. You have no choice no options. You must move within the 60 days. And I wouldn't wait, if you leave things behind, most likely you will not get them back nor be compensated for them.
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  • I moved out of a rental over 2 years ago, when I moved out I did not owe anything to the landlord. I was having trouble with the landlord coming over at odd times and days asking for my rent in advance and when I told him no he would tell me how he could get more money out of a different renter, so I moved out. The landlord moved someone in the day after I moved. 2 years later I get a collection notice saying I owe him almost $8,000. I never received a bill from the landlord in the 2 years time he had my current address PO Box obviously because I gave him my forwarding address and he gave that to the collection agency. I had trouble with this landlord wanting cash only and him wanting to write things down in pencil because he couldn't find a pen, and he would get frustrated with me because I would hand him a pen to use and a few times I paid with money orders. What do you think I should do?
  • Step 1, write (don't call) the collection agency contesting the debt. Gather all evidence you have of your rent payments. If they say the debt stands tell them you are not going to pay and that you want the issue settled in court.
  • Every collector must send you a written “validation notice” telling you how much money you owe within five days after they first contact you. This notice also must include the name of the creditor to whom you owe the money, and how to proceed if you don’t think you owe the money. If you send the debt collector a letter stating that you don’t owe any or all of the money, or asking for verification of the debt, that collector must stop contacting you. You have to send that letter within 30 days after you receive the validation notice. But a collector can begin contacting you again if it sends you written verification of the debt, like a copy of a bill for the amount you owe. More info: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer...
  • Most are scams. If they want to send you a check for you to cash and send a wire to someone to "test the employee they think is stealing" it is a scam and will cost you a lot of money. Honest mystery shoppers sites do not send a check in advance.
  • I am from Oregon, so I have never pumped my own gas. However if I decide to drive somewhere like California or Washington, what would I do at a self serve station. I don't have a credit card, so how would I pay in cash. And even if I had a credit card, I dont exactly know how to pump. Is there anything complicated about it. Thanks in advance for the advice.
  • some stations are per-pay ( you go inside, pay, then they turn on the pump ) some allow you to pump first then go in and pay,....many stations you are on surveillance cameras, to help prevent drive-offs. If you have a credit card you can just put it in the pump and you don't even go inside. operating the pump is easy, you select the grade of gas you want, put the nozzle in the tank and squeeze the handle
  • Hi there guys, I'm in a bit of trouble. I got admission into this University (UC Riverside) in California. I'm a transfer student. I got admitted on a provisional basis. I had to complete 2 English courses and 1 Math course. I completed the English courses, but the Math course I couldn't. Some personal stuff came up, I got married! My question is, I still have 2 months left before the fall quarter starts at that university. I checked all community/junior colleges in the area and all their courses are already in progress. It's to late for me to sign up. Is there any way I can get a personal course, 1 on 1 with a teacher? I do have a learning disability, I have a severe case of ADHD and Anxiety. I really want to start at the univeristy this fall, I'am desperate. I can pay a good amount of cash, if I have to. Thanks in advance guys
  • Start off by telling them the truth about you getting married. They will possible ask you why you did not give them the notice though. Overall, be honest. As for the actual class you are missing, I really have no clue besides talking the class at your new school. That is all up to whoever is in charge though. If it was explicitly said that you had to finish the course before the transfer, and you signed some sort of contract, then it mean you have to deal with what comes from not having done what was needed. You can tell them about the classes you did complete. That way you show them your intentions of wanting to go to the school, and wanting to follow through with the agreement. I really don't think you can take the course individually. Is there any way you can take some sort of test instead? That way you can study and learn the material, but just get a passing grade through some sort of assessment at your new school. Good luck!
  • the two are substantial, yet maximum faculties tend to place greater weight on GPA. GPA is greater predictive of ways plenty attempt you will placed into your instructions and learn. it is likewise greater predictive of fulfillment in college than your SAT or ACT scores.
  • I am loosing my mind i don't know what to do i can't seem to find help no matter where i turn or look seems like i keep coming across the same information. I need to find income based,subsidized,temporary,transitional etc housing for myself and my one year old daughter asap. I feel like i am dying inside because i have tried everything possible to no avail and im so miserable right now i really don't know what else to do i've been trying to find work and housing since she was born ( a year ago!) and still i find myself having to live with other people (wouldn't be a problem if everywhere i go wasn't another bad situation) now we're back at my "mom's' who is a total B*tch for no apparent reason at all every waking moment has to be a bad one and i'm sick of it it makes me feel even worse then i already do because i basically have no choice but to deal with the bulls*it. Somebody please help me im so lost right now and really don't know what else to do,if you have any advice (besides a homeless shelter) please do let me know,God bless and thank you in advance.
  • You will be a high priority if you apply for subsidized housing. They usually do women and children first. There will be problems, but keep fighting. Good Luck, and remember that even though it seems awful and your mom may be a *****, you do have a place to live.
  • Call your County offices and explain your situation. You'll probably get transferred to a bunch of different people before you hit the right one. Be persistent. Look in your phone book under the name of your county. There are programs like Temporary Assistance that can give you money, and those people should be able to suggest living arrangements. Since you have a young child, you should be a very high priority.
  • okay your dept. of social service's. has a program i'm not sure what sate your in . i'm in north carolina, emergency work first or work first, it will help you with medicaid, food stamps a small check each month housing,if you wish to go back to school college get your g.e.d. they help with transportation, daycare while your in the classes or they can help you get training, it's the perfect program for someone in your situation it basically help's you get on your feet so you can be independent money wise and all. good luck sweetie and i wish you and your daughter the best.
  • Presently, the non-custodial parent pays child support to the custodial parent. Typically, the non-custodial parent gets the child every other weekend, or in an average month, just 4 out of 30 days. Payment seems backwards to me. Rather, the custodial parent should be required to pay the non-custodial parent to compensate them for the loss of their child. That is how it works with everything else in a divorce. For example, if one party is awarded the house, that party must pay the other party. Same with a car, boat, or anything else. But, not with a child. Shouldn't who pays whom be reversed?
  • I don't think you're a deadbeat father - I think "outta here" is one of those FemNazis. Hopefully the amount of child support you have to pay isn't too debilitating and exhorbitant like ours. My husband has to pay $2,000/month PLUS he still pays all the medical/dental insurance for a teenage daughter who won't even speak to him. All this money goes to her mega millionaire mother who is so cheap that I doubt any of it even goes toward the daughter. It ticks me off when FemNazis like the grey haired woman above me assume child support is some measley amount. For us, $2000 a month is HUGE. We don't make enough to get by and have taken out cash advances on credit cards just to pay it. We sold one car and I drive a 17 yr old Toyota with body damage. We live in a basic house. The mom owns 3 houses and lives in a fancy place in a rich neighborhood. My husband now works long days way into the night, all to make enough so we won't go completely bankrupt with this exhorbitant child support. The laws have turned so in places like California, the mother gets paid tons just because she gave birth to a kid and the father (and his new wife) have to bend over and take it. I'm very sorry if something similar happened to you.
  • That's an interesting concept. I never thought of it that way. But the fact that the non-custodial parent has "lost" the child doesn't negate the need for the child to be taken care of, no matter who is caring for it. Child support is for the child, not the other parent, although the custodial parent sometimes doesn't use the money solely for the child, which I also think is a bad thing. The custodial parent should have to go to the courts on a monthly basis to get money for the child's care, AFTER she/he gets receipts for the actual cost of the care, be it diapers, housing, food, whatever. It would save a lot of arguments and assure the money was always being spent on the child.
  • Payments are not for the parent, it is for the child! The custodial parent who the child resides with should and does get the money for the CHILD! You are just looking for a pity party and are selfish it seems to me.
  • Another deadbeat father.... The custodial parent provides EVERYTHING for the child. The house, food, clothing, shoes, school expenses, babysitting or day care, 24 hour a day care, tending to the child when sick. Pays for doctors, dentists, snacks, medication. The non-custodial parent pays for nothing beyond the pitiful child support he may or may not pay depending upon his car payments. A child is not a house, car or boat. Grow up and pay your measly little child support. Believe me, it doesn't mean much but every little bit helps.
  • ummm...no. Children are not to be sold or traded like furniture or vehicles. The money should follow the children since it is for their benefit anyhow. If they spend more time with the custodial parent, that's who would be responsible for making sure the children are taken care of. Children aren't "worth" a dollar amount. If lost time was so important to you, you wouldn't be talking about the money part.
  • Child support payments are for the benefit of the CHILD, not the parent. Stop thinking about yourself and start thinking about the child.
  • Children are not property! The payments are for the support of the children not to pay for their acquisition.
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  • Solomon had the right idea. The kid should be cut in half.
  • claim that apartment complex as his primary residence if he has been living in one of the rooms for the past 20 years? Asking because he plans to sell the complex and will be subject to the capital gains tax. I read individuals are exempt up to $250,000 or $500,000 for couples. I read the IRS information, but couldn't find any information regarding investment properties being tax exempt up to that amount. So, just wondering if he is able to claim that apartment complex as a primary residence during tax time. Thanks in advance!
  • Yes and no. He can claim the value of the UNIT in which he lived as his personal residence. Thus, if he occupied one unit in a ten unit building, he can claim only 10% of the value of the entire building as his personal residence. The remainder of the complex is investment property and is treated as such under IRS code.
  • is he being paid cash or carry back? is he going to invest the difference? If so, if he sets up an R and D co [research and development] he is covered. depending on age, much of that can be "aged off " [silly term I just invented] can guide further
  • If he lives there it's his primary residence
  • I own a condominium with my brother. He is now married and we talked about me selling my share (50%) of the condo to his wife. If I do sell out my share, and dont reinvest the gains into another property, would I have to pay taxes on the capital gains or can I put the cash into my bank and pay nothing in taxes? I heard that I could just take the money without any tax liabilities, but that sounds too good to be true. Facts: 1) I've lived in the condo for the last 3 years. 2) The appreciation of my share (50%) is about $50K. 3) I live in California. Thanks in advance!
  • if you are not rolling the money back into another property, then you will definately have to pay capital gains tax
  • If you have personally lived in the home for 2 of the last 5 years, you should qualify for the same capital gains exemption as anyone else, where the first $250K is free ($500 for a married couple, I don't know if brothers qualify for the doubling?). But if you only own a partial interest, does all this apply? I honestly just don't know for sure. Long-term capital gains are only 15%, but that's still $7500 in taxes. To me, paying a couple hundred bucks to a CPA to make sure you do this right is money very well spent. Buck up and pay the man. I'm pretty sure you're exempt, but beyond your issue also, is how could this impact your brother later down the line? Will the increased price of your share add to his cost basis? Could he have any liability on taxes for your share? Did you really own a 50% stake or did you jointly share a 100% stake? Is there any actual difference for tax purposes? These are the questions that come to my mind as I think about this further. And I'm not qualified to answer them, nor would I imagine anyone on here would be, not without reviewing your deeds and other documentation.
  • Since you lived in the condo for a minimum of 2 years in the last 5 and your gain is below $250k your gain is entirely tax free. You do not have to reinvest your gain - that's an older tax rule and it has since been abolished. Also, if you bought another property at some point later and then sold that one 2 years later, you'd again have a tax free gain of $250k. You can repeat this every two years as long as you follow the occupation and ownership rules.
  • I don't believe you do. I think if you sell within 2 years you do, but since you been there for 3 i think your fine. If you don't need the money right off you could re-invest the money into an IRA or CD. but check with a financial advisor prior to doing anything.
  • No, you do no longer ought to pay capital beneficial aspects no count what you spend the money on, as long as you have lived in the homestead 2 out of the final 5 years. as much as 250K for single individual and as much as 500K for a married individual.
  • You'll avoid the taxes since it was your primary residence. get a good tax guy first to make sure.
  • From the L.A. Times 1. 40% of all workers in L.A. County ( L.A. County has 10.2 million people) are working for cash and not paying taxes. This was because they are predominantly illegal immigrants, working without a green card. 2. 95% of warrants for murder in Los Angeles are for illegal aliens. 3. 75% of people on the most wanted list in Los Angeles are illegal aliens. 4. Over 2/3 of all births in Los Angeles County are to illegal alien Mexicans on Medi-Cal, whose births were paid for by taxpayers . 5. Nearly 25% of all inmates in California detention centers are Mexican nationals here illegally . 6. Over 300,000 illegal aliens in Los Angeles County are living in garages. 7. The FBI reports half of all gang members in Los Angeles are most likely illegal aliens from south of the border. 8. Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties are illegal. 9. 21 radio stations in L.A. are Spanish speaking. 10. In L.A. County 5.1 million people speak English http://immigrationcounters.com/Also, this is interesting: Facts, Figures And Statistics On Illegal ImmigrationSearch This Site The Dark Side Of Illegal Immigration In Biting the Hand That Feeds You, Congressman Steve King of Iowa noted: What would the May 1, 2006, illegal immigration boycott look like without illegal immigration? The lives of 12 U.S. citizens would be saved who otherwise would die a violent death at the hands of murderous illegal aliens each day. Another 13 Americans would survive who are otherwise killed each day by uninsured drunk driving illegals. There would be no one to smuggle across our southern border the heroin, marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamines, which plague the United States, reducing the U.S. supply of methamphetamines that day, by 80%. Our hospital emergency rooms would not be flooded with everything from gunshot wounds, to anchor babies, to imported diseases, to hangnails, giving American citizens the day off from standing in line behind illegals. Eight American children would not suffer the horror as victims of sex crimes. http://www.usillegalaliens.com
  • The Dark Side Of Illegal Immigration http://www.usillegalaliens.com/the_dark_...Friday, November 9, 2007 Let’s Build Walls Instead of Bridges: A One-Way Ticket to Home Gianni DeVincent Hayes, Ph.D. http://www.americanchronicle.com/article...=================== References for those who wish to know: http://www.heritage.org/Research/Immigra...=================== La Raza is the primary organization supporting the illegal aliens and fighting the American People as they attempt to determine who the Government attempts to allow in. These are the people supporting them. http://www.mnforsustain.org/immg_la_raza_foundation_funders.htm ====================== Mexico can easily pay for its own welfare for its poor people if it shucks the corruption. Mexican Oil http://www.mexidata.info/id1601.html ==================== http://www.frostywooldridge.com/articles/art_2004jul09b.html ========================== http://www.fairus.org/site/PageServer?pagename=iic_immigrationissuecenters4608 ======================= LOTS of good articles on this issue of immigration here. Read and weep. http://www.frostywooldridge.com/articles/articles.html =========================== http://helpsavevirginia.com/content/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=401&Itemid=30 =================== I only have a few thousand more.. do let me know.
  • If you want something shocking then look up Mexico's own immigration laws. Don't forget to mention that, unlike the U.S., Mexico patrols its own southern border with its (armed) military. You can see Mexico's immigration laws by clicking on this link: http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/M...
  • I wouldn't get no info on Y/A do the research yourself...read sum books.
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  • its bad deport now.
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  • The police can access DMV database which will show that they have received your money, if they have received it. But the DMV is slow to open their mail and cash checks. Legally you can get a ticket for not having the tag on. But most officers wont' write you up....just be very polite and courteous. Next time, check if your local AAA Auto Club office in your state issues tags. They do in California which is a lot quicker than the DMV.
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  • No, I drove on expired tags for 60 days when I was in the Navy. Got stopped once showed my ID and told the cop I hadn't been home to renew them and couldn't for about a month. He said OK.
  • Yea I think so,but you might get off hook if you can prove that you are waiting on new tags,or depending on the police officer you might just get a warning.
  • Hello, I'm 45 years old. And I have many painful lumps on both my breasts. I had an imaging and was checked by a doctor who confirmed i have lumps on both breasts. Hes asking for a second imaging. I do not have health insurance, I'm low income. I do not qualify for government help, medical or medicaid. I am undocumented. My breasts hurt me alot. The consulations and everything else is very expensive. I spend 250 to 300 dollars cash on each visit. I can't afford this , im hurting, and I don't know what to do. Is there any place that will help someone like me? Someone who is low income, uninsured and not capable of qualifying for any goverment program? Please help me. How expensive is it to get a hospital treatment in their cancer centers? do they allow month payments? I can't afford 300 dollars on every doctor visit which i have 3 times a month. I would rather try and afford a single monthly payment through a cancer center. Please help me. I live in orange county california.
  • Painful lumps are not usually cancer, cancerous lumps are usually painless, but not always. With multiple lumps and pain it sounds more like a Fibrocystic thing. I have many fibrous lumps that cause pain. So hopefully you do not have cancer. But if you do, there are social workers at all hospitals who can help you and tell you what your options are for financial help with medical bills. Here is a link to info about fibrocystic disease: http://womenshealth.about.com/cs/cysticb...
  • If you have multiple lumps, in both of your breasts, and they hurt A lot it is NOT Likely to Be Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer doesn't exhibit pain, nor through many lumps, in both breasts. You most likely have Fibrocystic Breasts. Ask your doctor for advice on where you can get all the proper testing at low cost to you. But it does definitely NOT Sound like Breast Cancer at All.
  • This does not sound like breast cancer. It sounds very like fibrocystic breast tissue. While this is more painful than breast cancer it is not dangerous long term. There should be a free clinic in your area that cn help you. Perhaps even a family planning clinic as this is often linkied to hormonal imbalances.
  • If you are in the US illegally, please leave right away. I'm sorry you have pain but we don't want to pay for it.
  • im going to america in May, and want to travel for a month at the end of my visa, i currently have Tuscon international airport as my return airport, but was wondering if i could change airports if for example, i go travelling to california or new york? i expect it would cost a bit of cash, and this isnt a worry, many thanks.
  • Yes,but to avoid confusion,let the air carrier know at lest twenty four hour in advance.Because of different air routes and stop overs.
  • February 12, 2009 Zurich may buy AIG auto unit by David Masters AIG may sell its motor insurance business to Zurich following reports that the two companies are engaged in advanced merger talks. AIG’s values its US motor insurance business, 21st Century, at $2 billion (£1.4 billion). Zurich would pay for the purchase using mostly non-cash assets. This needs special permission from the Federal Reserve, which requires at least 90% of asset-sale prices to be paid for in cash. Until September 2008, AIG was the world’s largest insurer. However, the credit crisis sent the group to the verge of collapse, and it had to be rescued with a federal bailout package that now totals $152 billion. AIG is selling off non-core businesses to pay back the government loan. If the acquisition goes ahead, it would make Zurich the largest auto insurer in California, and give the group additional customers in New Jersey, Florida, and Pennsylvania. AIG and Zurich both declined to comment. +++ Interesting sidebar: How things change - From Insurance Journal September 2, 2002 Speculation Grows on AIG Takeover of Zurich Rumors of a possible takeover of Zurich Finan-cial by U.S. insurance juggernaut American International Group (AIG) gained steam as the Swiss concern's stock rose sharply last week. According to Reuters, speculative buying drove Zurich's stock price up as speculation over whether the company was in takeover talks intensified.
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  • AIG is selling off a BUNCH of assets. As of today, though, AM Best still lists 21st Century as a subsidiary of AIG.
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  • I live in Oregon. In March 2007 my girlfriend, who lived with me, moved to Colorado. Before she left, she sold me her Camry for $1000. I wrote her a check for $1000 which she cashed within a month. I still have the carbon copy plus a Bill of Sale slip from the Oregon DMV filled out in pen w/ both her and my signatures. The problem is, is she didn't have the title to the car which is in her name. Like silly couples do, we never did anything about it and life goes on. Me, being the idiot that I am, drive this car around until the present day w/ no current registration as of this year and no insurance. Of course the day comes about 3-4 weeks back I get pulled over and ticketed for both instances. I email the girl (now an ex) and she says yeah yeah, she'll help, but of course never follows through and now doesn't respond to email. Two days ago I get another ticket so now I'm fed up. The car's title supposedly originated from California. The car has Colorado plates. I live in Oregon. Apparently one must have the title before they can get the registration part done in Oregon. Sorry for the wall of text, but have fun w/ this one, and thanks for your answers in advance. As of now I plan to go into the DMV on Monday to see if there are any alternatives, but yeah, if you know something, say it :) :)
  • You need to speak with the Police about filing "theft by deception" charge against her. Since she took the money and signed the car over to you, you paid her for something and have proof. If she can get you a title, it will happen fast with a little heat on her. Besides she is an ex, and it will stick in her craw.
  • If the DMV can't help you, the only other option is to take her to court. File a lawsuit in your state. If she doesn't show up for court, she'll be charged with contempt. I would bet if you have a lawyer call her, you would have the title in your hands within a few days. It's sad, but, sometimes you just have to be a pr**k about things.
  • All I can tell you is the seller is obligated to provide the buyer with a merchantable title at the time of sale. The buyer would be wise to make sure they have that merchantable title in their hands before forking over one red cent. What happens now? You can explain to your ex that it would be prudent for her to get that title to you ASAP because it is still legally her car and she is responsible for that car. In an accident, they are going to come looking for her ! In short, scare her into providing you with that title ! Good luck
  • You've got the right idea, head for DMV. You'll find yourself on one those roads not unlike trying to clear up your credit report. It's a troublesome road with bumps and dips.......But you will find the end, and with a little luck, more sooner than later. Good Luck
  • Android, Inc. was founded in Palo Alto, California in October 2003 by Andy Rubin (co-founder of Danger), Rich Miner (co-founder of Wildfire Communications, Inc.), Nick Sears (once VP at T-Mobile), and Chris White (headed design and interface development at WebTV) to develop, in Rubin's words "smarter mobile devices that are more aware of its owner's location and preferences". The early intentions of the company were to develop an advanced operating system for digital cameras, when it was realised that the market for the devices was not large enough, and diverted their efforts to producing a smartphone operating system to rival those of Symbian and Windows Mobile (Apple's iPhone had not been released at the time). Despite the past accomplishments of the founders and early employees, Android Inc. operated secretly, revealing only that it was working on software for mobile phones. That same year, Rubin ran out of money. Steve Perlman, a close friend of Rubin, brought him $10,000 in cash in an envelope and refused a stake in the company.
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  • I am going to move to Astoria NYC to rent a room over there for the first of my life.Since 1 of my friends had problem to take back his deposit in California ,I am a little worried. what financial safety issues should I notice? Should I ask for receipt for deposit and each month rent?asking for signing any contract?taking photos from place when moving in and out?what other issues? And finally how about discount?Is it possible to get discount on rent and deposit?how much normally?I prefer to pay half month deposit. please only serious answers
  • You want serious answers, but your questions are barely serious. You appear to be very young and naive. First off, you say that you're moving to Astoria as if you've already found a place, but your questions would indicate otherwise. I'm guessing you found an ad online and haven't even seen or secured anything yet, so the statement "I an going to move to Astoria" is definitive, when it's really just an intention. If you already had a place you would have already given a deposit instead of asking silly questions about deposit discounts and receipts. Secondly, you say it's a room, not an apartment, so there may not be a lease, but there is probably some kind of agreement you'll both need to sign (you and the landlord). You may "prefer" to only pay a half month deposit, but the reality is that you will need to pay a full month or possibly more, plus your 1st months rent in advance. You would obviously ask for a receipt for any deposit you give. A deposit holds the room and by default is typically non-refundable since it would not be able to be rented to anyone else during that time. If the landlord doesn't give you a receipt for your monthly rent, then your check will be a receipt. If he only accepts cash, then ask for one. There is no need to take photos of a room unless there is some obvious damage that you don't want to inherit when you leave. I hope you're not doing this all online or over the phone. You should never send money to anyone before you actually see it. Are you sure you're ready to move out?
  • Sorry for typing error. I would be going on vacation with my parents at 18, I have been saving since I was 12 and therefore have £20+ grand ready for the trip. You can stay in America without a visa for 90 days. i.e three months. Admittedly, I didn't realise there is no flights straight from Stansted as I have never been to America before, but getting to Heathrow is not an issue. Thank you 'NiCK' for being an ignorant pig, I will take great pleasure in reporting you.
  • You can't fly non-stop from Stansted to LA. You'll need to go from Heathrow. Its around 11hrs going there but depends on the windspeeds. Approximate cost for tickets depends on when you book, time of year you travel etc. and if you opt for non-stop versus connections. I'd say £600 at the low end to the sky's your limit, £10k+ for first class. Be prepared to have evidence of plenty of funds when you get to immigration when you spend 3 months there. Youngsters spending 3 months there on their own usually aren't flush with cash and if they suspect you of seeking illegal work you'll be on the next plane back to Blighty.
  • You are a ****. It is Stansted. There are no flights from there across the Atlantic. Are you allowed out without a carer?
  • alot of flights from cross seas to los angeles stop in florida then come to lax
  • Hi, so next summer (2014) me and a friend are planning to go to brazil. it started out as a joke to see the world cup, but now we kinda take it seriously and even started brazilian portuguese language lessons etc. we aren't that far in planning the trip tho. For me, I thought that Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo seemed pretty nice. But, while I'm there anyways i kinda wanna see a whole lot more than two cities. Things we need to consider during the trip is that I can't walk very far due to a neuro muscular disease. I CAN walk tho, just have to consider distances between places. And we're both almost in our mid twenties when we go. So what I kind of wanna know from you is: how is transport in (most parts of) brazil, including public transport? and is it easy to go out and about for us as girls? Is roadtripping a safe thing to do (since renting a car would make the transport thing for me a lot easier)? for the rest, i'd like to hear about nice places to visit, you know, just quaint towns, nature, anything etc. Love to hear your advice and about your travel experiences. Sorry for all the safety questions haha I just really have no idea.
  • Hi Sam, I am from California and spent 3 months in Brazil last year and loved it so much. Great country, friendly people, soooo much to see and to do. I also plan to go to Brazil again next year for the world cup. If you really wanna see soccer games there make sure you get your tickets in advance. There will be a lottery I think in August of this year. You can submit your name to the FIFA (www.fifa.com), and if your name is drawn you can buy tickets. If you don't really care about soccer then you should game outside the world cup because prices during the world cup, especially for accommodation, will be sky high. Public transportation in Brazil is pretty good. Either use a bus for long distances (buses are pretty comfortable and up to U.S. standard). Local buses in general are also pretty good. For long distances you can also fly. You can good airfares through www.kayak.com. I don'd know how much time you have, and time is an important factor because Brazil is a huge country. Great places to visit besides Rio de Janeiro are Florianopolis in Southern Brazil and the island of Santa Catarina. Beautiful beaches and awesome scenery. You also wanna go to Iguazu Falls. Other nice places are Pipa Beach (small town south of Natal) with many great beaches and a good nightlife. Visit the town of Blumenau in Santa Catarina State (population about 350,000). You think you are in Germany, German architecture, German street names, and a lot of people there speak fluent German. Very interesting. If you have time travel down the Amazon River from Tabatina to Manaus to Belem. Sleep on the boat in a hammock or get a small cabin (very inexpensive). This would be an experience of a lifetime. A lot of people say that Brazil is a dangerous country, but it is all relative. Cities like New Orleans, St. Louis, Detroit, etc. are way more dangerous than most cities in Brazil. Wherever you go just apply common sense. Avoid certain parts of town especially after dark as you would anywhere else, even here in the U.S., don't wear any expensive looking jewellery, don't dress too flashy, don't carry too much cash with you, when you withdraw money from an ATM machine do it only inside the bank. Apply common sense and you will be ok. Have a great time in Brazil. I know that you will love it.
  • 1 paying attention to tune 2 consuming 3 take with you some sleep drugs which you could sleep long to kill time (talk over with your health care provider first) 4 download/buy some movies and watch them 5 go to the bathroom and masturbate :D (men's most effective)
  • I currently work at the Disneyland Resort in California in Resort Transportation and Parking. For the most part I enjoy my job, but I'm enjoy change and I'm starting to consider transferring. I'm looking for opinions from current and former cast members as I'm not sure where I would like to transfer. I currently mainly work tolls and I really enjoy handling money, but I'm not interested in ODV and I'm not sure if I would like stores or quick service food. I used to want to transfer into attractions, but I'm not sure anymore if I would enjoy that. Besides cash handling, I also enjoy a lot of guest interaction, customer service, etc... and I love typing so I was thinking maybe something like vacation planning but that might be hard to get into? I've also been considering hotels because I like working outside the parks for the most part (aside from parade shifts, and I do enjoy the occasional shift there, but I like being able to enter the park as a guest without feeling like I've come to work). So, I would like your opinions about where you work(ed) at Disney, and the pros and cons of your experience with that department. Right now I'm thinking of looking into hotels, specifically the Grand Californian. Is that hard to get hired for? A while back I saw something posted about it, but I think it was for foods or housekeeping or something along those lines. I'd be more interested in something like front desk.
  • They just posted on the Hub a whole bunch of departments are hiring. That should mean they're also accepting transfers. You may like working for the travel company (vacation planning), they do work off property. My friend liked it over there, but it is a little intense. I think he said the training program was 11 weeks long? I have no idea how hard it is to get into any of the hotels, but working a Front Desk can be very interesting. I used to work for outside hotels as a second job for years. It can get stressful as there are some folks who are not used to traveling and don't get why they can't do this or that. I would suggest calling Casting and asking about transfer opportunities and what you need to do to make any of that happen. Hope this helps... in return, do you happen to know how I can figure out in advance if CM overflow parking on 2nd floor of M&F will be open or not? Always seems hit or miss :-)
  • Thanks to the heavy cost of U.S. tax, regulatory, and environmental policies, and tort laws, that have driven up the cost of domestic production (along with trade policies that favor the movement of U.S. manufacturers to China), the evil communist regime in Beijing now has hundreds of billions of dollars in cash to invest in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Middle East (not to mention buying up plenty of key assets in the United States). In order to continue its meteoric growth rate and advance its global political-military strategy, China is acquiring access to, and control of, much of the Third World mineral wealth, fishery wealth and sea lanes. They have plans of driving US forces out of Africa through the use of both conventional and unconventional warfare. In order to fully control all of the African continent's supply and rule the planet. What can we do to stop their evil plans?
  • funny how the leftists always accuse america as being "imperialist", while they let the chinese take over. not only with their policies, but with their chinese restaurants on every street corner in california.
  • I don't see what the Big Deal is about,if China wants to invest in Africa,develop it's economy and improve the lives of the people there so what.I wish The US Government would cut it Military Spending in half(which is Higher than the rest of the World Combined) and try to develop third world countries like Africa and Mexico. What makes you think China has evil plans for the World. Is America a Nation of Angels?America invaded Afghanistan and Iraq,creating massive unemployment,Killing Thousands of Innocent People with Wars with no end.The World should be afraid of Evil America,maybe China,European Union,Russia,Hugo Chavez may be the only ones who can Stop Evil America.
  • first of all, the chinese language government has already reinstate that they are peacefully turning out to be and wont possibility to any international locations. China's presence in Africa is generally assisting them to strengthen their financial device via procuring for and advertising with them and exporting petroleum to China's booming financial device. I dont understand why many foreigners think of that China's turning out to be is achievable to them. no longer something has exceeded off yet and dont guess something that hurts China's photograph and picture China is turning out to be greater evil. You by no ability observed the chinese language government occupying any of the lands in Africa and by no ability used protection stress stress there. yet another solid occasion why China is dominating is with the help of the fact usa is focusing greater in Iraq and Afghanistan and the recent assembly of ASEAN contributors didnt even see American extreme point presence interior the assembly. rather, China has been lively in those conferences and reason greater effect interior the Southeast Asia. it incredibly is in simple terms the yankee government didnt concentration those factors anymore with the aid of headache in Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Well, first off, they are not evil plans, second, China has very little experience with modern warfare, third, China has no intention of pushing anyone around, least of all the US and fourth, you're nuts. Peace Jim .
  • We can do nothing but sit back and watch. Anything we say or do will be viewed by the rest of the world as nothing but America acting as the world bully again.
  • Get Fu Manchu,Charlie Chan and Ming the Merciless on your payroll..with Bush as the who pushes the record button..with Henry Kissinger as translator..THAT SHOULD DO it !Insrutable Orientals ! Damn their hides!
  • Let them since we are doing nothing about Darfur.
  • So here is the deal-io (ew.) Anyway: I've moved back to California (FINALLY!) and I have enough money to buy a one-day ticket to Disneyland. But I don't know if my parents will let me get one since I'm only 13 (I want to get one because my older sister-who's 19- has an annual pass and I really want to go with her this summer before school starts). But my parents may not be crazy about it because we're staying at my Grandparent's house right now. Although we already have a place that we're going to be living in, we can't move in until the Middle of August (ugh). And I don't want to bother them with any more work or money spending things. But I figured since I have enough money to get a ticket to Disneyland myself they would be more okay with the situation. We live an hour away from Disneyland so it's not like a HUGE road trip event. But I just haven't been to Disneyland in two years and it is KILLING me! I have to convince my parents to let me go with my sister. Thanks in advance!
  • Disneyland is the happiest place on earth, so if your parents do not let you go than they obviously do not care about your happiness. But it also is a very safe place with very good security! Now since your only 13, I would try asking your sister to see if she would want to go and I'm sure she will. And I go to Disneyland, and Walt Disney World all the time and I couldnt imagine going 2 years straight without going. Tell your parents that you and your sister are going and you will be perfectly fine. And they will proboally say yes. As for a rough estimate of cash you will need, you will need $89 dollars plus tax which will come to a total near $95 dollars for the ticket, maybe another $20 dollars for food, and maybe $10 for a small gift. That would be a total of $125-$130 dollars that you will need. It may not be cheap but it is worth it!
  • First make sure your sister is ok with it's second just ask. If its your money then it should be no problem. Your old enough to go with your sister and an adult to disneyland. Make sure its in a big group with an adult 21 or older. 19 yr olds can act stupid. It if your not asking for money I see no problem.
  • The U.S. Army Recruiting Command announced the nationwide expansion of the National Call to Service (15-Month Plus Training) Enlistment Option, a short-term enlistment program designed to promote and facilitate military enlistment in support of National service. This enlistment option was implemented in October 2003 as a pilot program in 10 of the U.S. Army’s 41 recruiting battalions: Albany, N.Y.; Columbia, S.C.; Miami; Raleigh, N.C.; Cleveland; Kansas City, Mo.; Oklahoma City; Sacramento and Southern California (Mission Viejo, Calif.), and San Antonio, Texas. The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2003 directed the Department of Defense to carry out a new short-term enlistment program designed to promote and facilitate military enlistment in support of National Service. The 15-Month Plus Training Enlistment Option is now available nationwide for qualifying individuals who enlist in one of 59 military occupational specialties. Applicants enlisting for this program will incur an eight-year military service obligation (MSO). This MSO will consist of: 15 months of active duty after completion of basic and advanced individual training and 24 months of satisfactory participation as an active drilling member in the Army Reserve or National Guard. Soldiers have the option of serving the remainder of their eight-year MSO in one of three ways, as: an active drilling member of the Army Reserve or National Guard; an inactive Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) member; or a member of a National Service Program designated by the Secretary of Defense (such as AmeriCorps or the Peace Corps). Soldiers in this program also have the option of reenlisting to remain on active duty. Individuals who enlist for the 15-month plus training option will be eligible to select one of the following enlistment incentives: a cash enlistment bonus of $5,000 payable upon completion of the initial active duty obligation; Student Loan Repayment of up to $18,000; a monthly education allowance for up to 12 months (currently $816 per month*); or a monthly education allowance for up to 36 months (currently $408 per month*). To learn more about Army opportunities, visit your Army recruiter or log on to goarmy.com. * monthly payment based on 2-year Montgomery GI Bill rates and subject to change SSG Schramm OIF 2003 US Army 15 years US Army Recruit 3 years running in Texas
  • Army 2 Year Enlistment
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  • Well first of all 2 year contracts are always training + 2 years.. so you'll go to basic training for 9 weeks and then another couple months for your MOS school and after that your two years begin from that point. I was in the recruiters office the other day on their live computer program and it has all the current contracts they can reserve for you.. and right now you basically cannot get a two year deal. The shortest length they seem to be offering at this time is three years. With the shorter contracts you are required to go into an MOS that has a shorter length school and is in high demand. You might be able to go airborne but they might say something at last minute like oh yeah if you want to do this you have to extend your enlistment 2 years or some bs.... Do not take things people say on here as fact because people who are saying they have been in the service and everything have been giving totally false answers. And if you ever do join make sure everything you have been offered is written legibility in your contract before you sign.. This means if you are told you will be a sniper it better say guaranteed sniper on your contract, same with the 3 years and any bonus, college money or other incentive promised.. NEVER trust a recruiter .. i have talked to over 10 different ones in past couple months and every single one has told me at least one lie or complete exaggeration about somethin or another..
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: what is the army 2-year enlistment? im a junior in high school, im 17 and wanting to join the army. i will stay in school and i was wanting to do the 2 year enlistment option but i would like to know more about it can anyone help me out?
  • How do you mean? 2 year enlistment means you would be enlisted in the army for 2 years. After that, you can re-enlist for more years if you choose to do so. My hubby is AF...you should look into that. I am not exactly sure what you want to know? But contacting their recruiting office to talk with someone would answer all your questions...just don't feel pressured to make a decision right then. This is something that will unltimately affect your entire life, so get information and think on it. You have to be 18 don't you?
  • Every enlistment in the US Army is a minimum obligation time of 8 years. You can serve a minimum of 2 years of that time on active duty. The other 6 years you will be in the inactive ready reserves. Besically if for some reason in that 6 years, if they need you, they can call you back up to active duty. I hope this helps you. If you have any other questions you can contact me. imthevoiceofgod@yahoo.com
  • The prob with a 2 year enlistment is it's kind of a misnomer. Everyone enlists for 8 years no matter what!!! It's just your active duty time that's in question. If you go infantry you can go minimum 2 yerars but remember what's happening in the world and ask yourself if you would be okay being "stop-lossed" for your last inactive 6 year1s. That means you are compelled to stay in for up to your full 8. Vet of the 1st Gulf who got "stop lossed!"
  • A 2 year enlistment will guarantee that you will be infantry and sent off to battle. They won't spend a lot of time training you in a special field, they will just teach you to point and shoot then off you go. If your going to enlist, then why not got for four years and pick a field that interests you.
  • A few MOSs have 2 year contracts or 2 years + training. You have to go talk to a recruiter and let them know what you would like. All military contracts are 8 years, after the your active duty time is up then you are in IRR. 88M (truck driver) is one that offers 2 year contracts, or atleast it use to.
  • i am a landlord.i rented out my apartment in oct.i want to move back into it,as i am not satisfied with my relocation.is it legal to do and how much of a notice do i need to give the tenants if it is a month to month rental agreement? it is not in the rental agreement for this(not in print) and the tenants have done nothing to jepardize the agreement. thank you
  • The law varies from state to state. In New Jersey the owner of a one-, two- or three-family house or three condominium units or less seeks to either occupy the unit or sell the unit to somebody who seeks to personally occupy it can evict on 30 days notice.. In California when a tenant rents month to month without a lease, a landlord needs only to give written notice (usually 30 days) to terminate the lease. If the tenant does not leave at the end of that time, the landlord can evict. In Florida, Termination of tenancy without specific term.--A tenancy without a specific duration, as defined in s. 83.46(2) or (3), may be terminated by either party giving written notice in the manner provided in s. 83.56(4), as follows: (1) When the tenancy is from year to year, by giving not less than 60 days' notice prior to the end of any annual period; (2) When the tenancy is from quarter to quarter, by giving not less than 30 days' notice prior to the end of any quarterly period; (3) When the tenancy is from month to month, by giving not less than 15 days' notice prior to the end of any monthly period; and (4) When the tenancy is from week to week, by giving not less than 7 days' notice prior to the end of any weekly period. You must search your state's residential landlord/tenant laws to see what your options are, but for the most part I think you will find that your state recognizes (1) month-to-month rental agreements are just that: 1-month agreements, renewable by mutual consent, and (2) when any rental agreement expires, renewal must also be of mutual consent. If you don't consent, you give the tenants the notice required by your state (more if you feel like it) and if they refuse to leave you file for eviction. NOTE: Once the advance notice expires, you must NOT accept any more rent from them; that constitutes your consent to their remaining. Hold onto but do NOT cash or deposit the checks; when they leave you can return to them the portion they paid but did not use.
  • Hi Karen, most landlords will have a properly constructed contract which spells out clearly the amount of notice need by either party to cancel the agreement. If your contract doesn't you should sue the person who drew it up for you. (unless it was yourself, of course) However, where there is nothing written, the end result will be determined by the nature of your tenants. Obviously, if you wish to cancel the agreement then you are entitled to cancel it, but your tenants have some rights, too, I would suggest you speak to them and ask them if they would look for another apartment. If they are willing to do this then you will have no problem...they'll find another place, and you can move back in yours. If they have done nothing wrong, as you claim, then they MAY feel aggreived at you asking them to move out and COULD simply stay there, paying the rent and causing you to have to sue them to get hold of your apartment again. These people, though, sound like good tenants and will probably agree to move if you explain to them you need your apartment back. Offer then a very good recommendation letter as satisfactory tenants. It may ease your way (and theirs) Next time get hold of an effective contract...one that doesn't specify length of notice time required is really not worth the paper it's printed on, is it? It's the same as not having the amount of rent printed Good luck, BobSpain
  • The laws differ in different states on tenant/landlord so you'll need to find out first of all, what your rights are. You will likely have to give your tenant an eviction notice and that could take several months. Your best bet is probably to talk to your tenant and see if they are willing to move. It would save you all the legal hassle.
  • I think you still have to give them a 30 day notice. But you would need to give them a reason. Telling them you just want to move in there really wouldn't be a great reason for them and they may just fight you on it. If you're friends with them, you can sit down with them and explain your situation, and give them plenty of time to find a new place. If anyway possible i would leave the legal side out of it, just because it will end up being more headaches than you would want. not to mention you'll lose their friendship. try to solve it between the both of you.
  • where i live it is 60 days. ... (so may1/07 cause feb. is almost over) they have not lived there long either....(5months) i would give them some breaks...moving is expensive and time consuming...finding a new home is also stressfull give them a few breaks..and phone them........and ask them........ they will probably leave on good terms and the place nice....... i havn't had to pay to have someone leave..........but heard of it.. moving trucks..cost $100-500 ...kids changing schools.......... try giving them a break and see what they need..
  • It seems unethical to me. What about their feelings? They may be very happy and through no fault of their own, still on the street. I agree, talk to them but do not force this on them.
  • discuss your problem with your tenant and win them over.law should be the last resort.
  • I'm currently enrolled in college to get my real estate license. As everyone knows, the market in California is horrible right now. I don't know when it will pick back up, or if it will ever. I'm not fond of working off of commission. I've always had a passion for animals. When I was younger, I always wanted to be a Vet Tech or a Vet. My passion is animals. I also LOVE photography. I've always wanted to do photography also. I've been going back and forth whether I want to do real estate or go to College for photography. My question is, is there a certain class you can take that is strictly for animal photography? Or are they classes that cover everything? If I were to graduate in photography and possibly get a degree, how would I take further steps in getting involved with wild/exotic animal photography? Thanks in advance! :)
  • I agree with Crikey..this would be more of a hobby in addition to your regular job. You may be able to make some extra cash from it if you are good. It is very hard to make good money from this type of work. Especially with all the photos available on the internet..people don't want to pay photgraphers for their work when they can pull something off the net for free. Maybe you should go into a vet tech program and you can be a pet photographer on the side.
  • Just so you know, wildlife photographers only make around$15k a year. You can't really live on that in the US, it's more of a part time or supplemental job.
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