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It is not an either–or. You may have certain rights under both CCPA and GDPR, but they have rather different mechanisms for determining their scope. When does the CCPA apply? CCPA applies to certain businesses and consumers. It covers any business (regardless of legal structure) that that does business in the State of California and has a certain scale. A ...


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As a practical matter, if you learn that people are gathering around a street racing event, leave. In all likelihood, you should do the same if you learn that people are gathering around a cockfighting event, a duel, a staged fight between people outside of a licensed boxing or fighting event, or any other illegal contest. Rather than worrying about the ...


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I guess it depends on what courts decide is the "standard of care" in prisons against transmissible diseases. This has been litigated in various way recently, not just following deaths: From a legal standpoint, many the cases center upon: due process claims under the Fourteenth Amendment, particularly related to pre-trial detainees; Eighth ...


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Can my water district's billing practices still be legal? They are likely to be legal, but it isn't entirely clear. Contract Law ETo data is not published in advance of billing, which seems to violate Contract Law's notion of agreement between parties. A contract can set forth a formula for determining a price, rather than a particular dollar amount. For ...


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Yes. The posted notice that you have cameras with audio in addition to the subject's entry into your home should be enough to constitute consent under a two party consent law (not sure if Cali is Two Party Consent, but it would not surprise me). The posted notice by the entrance door provides the information that you are using recording devices and their ...


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1.4. VC 21950: Pedestrians crossing a street at a crosswalk The most important pedestrian and crosswalk law is CVC 21950, which deals with crossing a street at a crosswalk. This California law is at the heart of many pedestrian accidents and pedestrian fatalities. VC 21950(a) creates a general rule: Motor vehicles have to yield to pedestrians who are ...


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There is a new-ish law in California, which however does not cover your problem, it covers the infamous out-of-network surprise bill problem. There is nothing specific about doctor-patient contract, instead this falls under the scope of ordinary contract law. The legal question is whether you agreed to paying the charges. The exact details of who said and ...


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Do I have to let Buyer in after disclosing new defects? In line with Ryan M and Ron Beyer, reading the full contract is crucial for ascertaining whether the term "subsequent or amended disclosure" encompasses that of belated defects, especially where the inspection contingency had been removed or its deadline was expired by the time the defects ...


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Sources California code DIVISION 2, Part 4, Title 4, Chapter 2, Article 1.5 section 1102.3 provides: The seller of any single-family real property subject to this article shall deliver to the prospective buyer the completed written statement required by this article, as follows: (a) In the case of a sale, as soon as practicable before transfer of title. ...


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"Is he still able to cancel when I disclose these additional defects?" Yes, especially if the other party to the contract (i.e. you) also desire to cancel it. Also, a major piece of new evidence arose that neither party knew before entering the contract. "Can we both mutually agree to cancel the purchase contract and I grant him his deposit ...


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CCPA section 1798.130 subsection (a) (2) (A) says: The business shall promptly take steps to determine whether the request is a verifiable consumer request, but this shall not extend the business’s duty to disclose and deliver the information, to correct inaccurate personal information, or to delete personal information within 45 days of receipt of the ...


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