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Is he committing a crime in Albania? It would help if you posted the statutes that regulate or prohibit betting, since the terms thereof would shed light on the legal definition (aka prima facie elements) of betting and/or the legislative intent behind those statutes. Absent that information, your description reflects that most certainly the Albanian is ...


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It depends on the law in country B Some countries allow extradition of their citizens and some don’t.


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As the Oxford PID says, annexation is the acquisition of land/territory from one state (=Souvreigh State, as in it's meaning of country, like the US, not a federal state like Texas) to another. That is the same what Wikipedia says. It also says, that to annex territory, occupation is presupposed. Let's take two more clear examples: The incorporation of the ...


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Most likely the other girl was a fat bloke in his forties, so Liv hasn't done anything illegal as far as the age of the other person is concerned. In some places sending explicit photos of yourself as a twenty year old woman to another adult person may be illegal, but since she's not worried about that, I assume it's not. There is of course the very real ...


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Because of the international principle of sovereignty, there is no external force requiring extradition from one country to another. In Austria, Brazil, People’s Republic of China, Republic of China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Japan, Norway, Russia, Switzerland and Syria, you cannot legally be extradited if you are a citizen of that country, since the ...


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Articles 66, 67 and 115 of the "General Taxes Law" of Spain demand you are able to prove those earnings' source, and legality, and that taxation has been performed for them; for 4 years (theoretically, in practice from 4 and a half to almost 5 and a half, depending on the month when they were earned). Otherwise, nothing else than that ohwilleke had already ...


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