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For questions specific to the United States as a whole, or that span multiple state jurisdictions. If your question is related to a specific state then you should use that state's tag instead (or as well).

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Answer: Yes, you can form one-person C corporation under Delaware's laws. In the U.S., corporations are created by statute and every state statutes that regulate their formation and operation. In D …
answered Mar 1 '16 by Mr_V
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My question is about promotional contests/sweepstakes in the United States. Like many, I have received e-mails and hear advertisements directing me to buy something at a store with the promise that I …
asked Aug 26 '16 by Mr_V
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If you are referring to 18 U.S.C. § 1031, Major Fraud against the United States, the "in grant" part applies to 1 & 2.
answered Jul 11 '16 by Mr_V
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Each side paying for their own litigation costs is called the American Rule. As you noted in your question, it contrasts the English Rule where the losing party pays the winning party's litigation cos …
answered Jul 28 '16 by Mr_V
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Is there any precedent saying that a witness is immune to any crime he admits to while being a witness? Yes, there is precedent, but it unlikely to apply to your situation. The applicable ty …
answered Aug 11 '16 by Mr_V
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Generally you can back-date the effective date of a contract. Texas does not have any specific laws that prohibit it and in contracts law, this concept is called the "relation back" theory of contract …
answered Jul 19 '16 by Mr_V
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The generally accepted legal citation format in the U.S. is the Bluebook. Here is a website to help you generate the citation: Citeus Legalus. As an example, here is how one would cite this New York …
answered Jul 28 '16 by Mr_V
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The issue is whether Senator Cruz is a "natural born Citizen" under Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution. This provision reads: No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a …
answered Feb 16 '16 by Mr_V
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When screening potential tenants, what is the proper way to turn them down, and the legal implications if the tenant asks for more details? The "proper" way to turn someone down depends on why …
answered Jul 7 '16 by Mr_V
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Your question (when read with your follow-up comments) is somewhat complex, so I am going to make a few assumptions and break it down into several sub parts. Assumptions The conviction occurred in …
answered Jul 14 '16 by Mr_V
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Statutes that forbid non-lawyers from practicing law are generally called unauthorized practice of law statutes. Every state has some type of law that says only lawyers can practice law. However, ever …
answered Feb 2 '16 by Mr_V
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How would I ask a company for the contact information and whatever else that I would need in order to prepare for a subpoena for data, documents, & records related to my account/interactions …
answered Feb 3 '16 by Mr_V