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There are three potential crimes: vandalism, trespass, and fraud. A conviction on any of these counts would require the state to prove bad intent, for example you would have to prove malicious intent for vandalism, or that they knew that they had no permission to be on the roof. Their defense could be as simple as "I'm so sorry, we got the wrong address&...


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Even though it was a "mistake" they did ruin the roof "on purpose" - their intention WAS to destroy (strip) the roof. No. Their intention was to repair the roof and improve the property. That damage was done was entirely accidental. Most jurisdictions require malicious intent, but even those who don't require the damage to be intentional....


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Both law and accounting are subject to state regulation, so, at a minimum, work done remotely by non-licensed persons must be reviewed substantively and blessed by a local admitted professional before being shared with a client, and there are limits on what contacts with the client the back office can have. In a legal context, the back office is limited to ...


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"it seems strange that companies would be allowed to raise money by decreasing the value of an asset that shareholders have already bought." If the new issue is priced right, it should not decrease the value of existing shares. The new stock should be matched by a growth in the assets on the company’s balance sheet. Here’s a simple example: Suppose ...


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There are two different kinds of transactions that are implicated by your question. The first is a stock stock split. This simply turns 1 share into X shares and trades out existing shares for new shares. This has no economic effect and is simply done for the convenience of trading shares for prices that are easy to work work on a practical basis, for ...


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How can I report this photo to be removed from his Instagram account (which is a public account by the way)? You can’t. At least not with Instagram. The information is not confidential as far as Instagram is concerned - they have no contractural relationship with you and no duty of confidentiality. As such, they have no legal obligation to respect your ...


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There may be no low-key way to get the photo removed. However, the user is in violation of their terms of service: You can't post private or confidential information or do anything that violates someone else's rights, including intellectual property. Learn more, including how to report content that you think infringes your intellectual property rights, here....


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After additional research, including talking with a couple of registered agent services, the answer is that the Principal Place of Business address is required to be a physical street address. However, some registered agent services allow you to use their office address as your LLC's principal address (if you hire them as your registered agent, of course).


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