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Arizona laws regarding ownership of ground glassware for chemistry usage

Arizona does not license chemists, though they do license pharmacists. There is a law against possession of drug paraphernalia, violation of which is a felony. The law also says In determining ...
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Arizona law requires you to admit to carrying a firearm. Would that be admissible evidence?

The 5th amendment protects you from self-incrimination. If by possessing a firearm you are in violation of the law you cannot be compelled by law to reveal this information. If the police discover you ...
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Selling your primary home without living in it

You can legally sell a house twenty minutes after you buy it, if you or the buyer can have the documents prepared that fast. You will not be eligible for certain tax benefits on any profits you make. ...
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What is the legal definition of at the entrance (parking sign law)

Because the ordinance does not say "and from each entrance", it cannot be interpreted to mean that the signs must both be visible and readable anywhere in the area as well as being visible ...
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I am working with a colleague to create a game. We agreed to split profits 50/50. Would creating a contract promising 50% be legal?

A contract agreeing to share 50% of the profits from the game with him would be legal but it would be unwise, because it could create a general partnership, depriving him of the benefits of limited ...
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What is the legal definition of at the entrance (parking sign law)

The answer is in the text: [...] unless such parking area is posted with signs [...] which are clearly visible and readable [...] and at each entrance thereto. I read this as an inclusive and: it ...
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Selling your primary home without living in it

can I sell the house without staying in it for a single day? Are there any law on how many days/months I should wait before selling it. I am aware of the tax law and pre-payment penalty. U.S. Income ...
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What is the legal definition of at the entrance (parking sign law)

Your question seems to be whether it's posted with signs as prescribed by this Section which are (clearly visible and readable from any point within the parking area) and (at each entrance thereto). ...
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My unit was broken into after uhaul put a non payment lock on it, so isn't it now their responsibility?

They almost surely have no liability to you for the loss of, or damage to, your property, as the standard rental agreement that you signed almost certainly relieves them of this responsibility. If you ...
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What happens to people that gamble in Arizona when they're not old enough?

This site says that the legal age for online gambling in AZ is 18, and for "land" gambling is 21, but does not mention penalties for violations. According to Arizona code section 13-3301 &...
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Can I sue my employer for wrongful firing?

Most employment in the US is "at will". That means that the employer or the employee can terminate the relationship without notice for any reason or for no reason. There are certain statutory ...
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Is begging a laid-off employee to stay an offer of employment?

If you have already claimed unemployment, this might be considered a job offer. If you have not yet field a claim, then it doesn't matter, only offers after a claim is field affect unemployment ...
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A third-party turned over information about me to a party in a case that I am not involved in. What recourse do I have?

None Even in countries with high privacy protections, there is no privacy breach where the disclosure is mandated by law. A person served with a subpoena must comply or contest; complying is not a ...
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Will my employers contract hold up in court?

You need to hire an attorney to deal with your specific situation. I won't offer a judgment of the likelihood that you would prevail in court, but I will point to some basic principles that suggest ...
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In Arizona, can a company require you to cancel a subscription service in person?

Various states have cancellation laws guaranteeing a certain right of convenience to cancelling a renewable contract: Arizona is not one of them. (Additionally, some states have service-specific laws ...
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Will my employers contract hold up in court?

IANAL; I am not your lawyer. If you want specific legal advice, retain a lawyer. In general, non-compete clauses in employment contracts need four things (Arizona source: https://www.allenlawaz.com/...
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Do alcoholic ingredients in food prohibit distribution to minors?

Arizona law operates in terms of "spirituous liquor", which is defined as containing more than 0.5% alcohol by volume. You'd have to send the cheese to a lab to determine the actual alcohol content, ...
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What is the legal definition of at the entrance (parking sign law)

There are multiple methods of reading legal texts. A literal approach is common, but not always the most effective. This can be seen by the 3 previous answers, which all took a textual approach, but ...
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What do I need to do to sell my late father's firearms in Arizona?

There are no rules against private sales of firearms in Arizona. If you (or your mother) own the guns, you can sell them to anyone you like unless you have reason to believe they are a prohibited ...
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What constitutes a “Rule 69 agreement” after a judge has issued a final ruling and required mediation?

It has to be in writing To prove it exists you can point to it and say “that’s it”. Further, to be valid it must be stated on the record in court or before a Judge Pro Tem, before a court reporter, or ...
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Is there any way to penalize fundraising that is based in part on frivolous lawsuits?

Does using the courts in this way violate any law other than the individual sanctions for improper suits? Not really. Such an organization would probably have to be classified as some form of non-...
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Arizona Common Law Marriage and Kids

Nolo appears to have a good explanation. The probate court will have to confirm that the children are yours before they can inherit. Your children would inherit any separately held assets that don't ...
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I am working with a colleague to create a game. We agreed to split profits 50/50. Would creating a contract promising 50% be legal?

So the setup would be that you own an LLC owning the game, and your friend gets 50% of the profits. And suddenly the game gets very successful, and your friendship ends. As the owner of the LLC, you ...
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I am working with a colleague to create a game. We agreed to split profits 50/50. Would creating a contract promising 50% be legal?

As I found to my misfortune , get a lawyer for a business contract. The wording needed can be subtle and important.
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Class Action, burden of discovery enforceable?

It very simply and clearly states the following: I am automatically opted in and would have had to opt out (typical). As a member I MUST comply with document requests (not typical). It is ...
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