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Clauses (a) and (c) are potentially relevant. You have to look in the Rules & Regulations to see what exceptions are permitted. Although firearms and especially shotgun shells are of a "dangerous, flammable or explosive character", it is reasonable to believe that when stored properly, they do not unreasonably increase the danger of fire or ...


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I do not see how you can violate this section without threatening someone. (C) has, I count 6 components. Pay close attention to how they interact. engage in acts of violence or threats of violence, This is the crux. It's a pretty clear statement, and its definition is reasonably narrow. Perfectly appropriate for a rental agreement. Don't hurt ...


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Your question seems to be about abandoned property and whether Missouri’s statute on disposing of property after a tenant abandons his/her property applies. See Mo. Rev. State. Ann. § 441.065 (“Abandonment of premises, disposition of remaining property.”) Assuming there was no agreement (in writing or orally) for the 19 year-old to pay rent, he was most ...


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Most Likely Yes to both. It really depends on the nature of your agreement, oral agreements are as legally binding as written ones, but as a matter of evidence in court written contracts are of course better. So looking at your agreement: did you agree to pay the full amount, in return for a place to study? Or did you specifically agree to pay on a rolling ...


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It is legal and quite common. Your choice as consumer is at the point of selecting insurance company. If you dislike ES enough, that would be a reason to select a different insurance company. It would be surprising if your ES contract disallows pharmacy pick-up, but even if it did, that would also be legal. This does not mean that the government doesn't ...


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I'd take the city council's advice and realize that you could be charged with a crime. Their job is to know the local laws and put them into place, as well as know how those laws relate to state law. As for state law, the Revised Statutes of Missouri, RSMo Section 574.115 Making a terrorist threat says: 574.115. Making a terrorist threat, first degree — ...


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You will have to litigate this issue anew in the divorce. When there has been a major change in circumstances, issues related to custody can be relitigated, even if there isn't a remarriage. In this case, both the marriage and the fact that nine years have passed since the original order constitute a substantial change in circumstances. At the time the ...


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Generally speaking, state law and state constitutions govern the allocation of authority between local government and state government. The primary exception to this general rule was set forth in the case of Romer v. Evans which held that prohibiting local governments from passing laws protecting gay rights violated the equal protection clause of the 14th ...


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You have 4 years from when you paid. http://www.moga.mo.gov/mostatutes/stathtml/40000207251.html


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Missouri law criminalizes knowing possession: 579.015(1) A person commits the offense of possession of a controlled substance if he or she knowingly possesses a controlled substance... 579.074(1) A person commits the offense of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia if he or she knowingly uses, or possesses with intent to use, drug paraphernalia.....


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I'd recommend first that you tell the court or whoever needs to know that the items were not yours, but that they were left there by your friend without your knowledge. Your friend can refuse to testify since telling the truth would be incriminating him - and while refusing to testify makes it quite obvious to anyone that he is guilty, it cannot be used as ...


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The at fault driver is liable for the damage To avoid the complication that a written-off vehicle normally is not drivable and becomes the property of the insurer, let’s assume that it is legally parked in on the owner’s premises and an at fault driver strikes and destroys the mirror (or any other part) - they are liable for the damage done. The scrap value ...


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Laws requiring residents or citizens to own weapons for militia service were common in colonial times, and I believe in early post-colonial times, under the Constitution. Such laws had been in effect in England for hundreds of years. Such laws often required that the weapons be maintained and in good working order. I see nothing obviously unconstitutional ...


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If you take away insurance, the basic legal rule is that if one person wrongfully causes damage to another, the wrong-doer can be compelled to make the other part "whole", that is, undo the damage that they caused. If you have an item of property that would cost $3,000 to fix or repair, then you could be compelled to pay for that repair or replacement. Even ...


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My attorney said In Missouri and with Marijuana its not a crime to claim ownership but it is a crime to be in possession. With him proving I had no idea it was in my car, and him not possessing anything I don't think he would get into trouble. But what im asking is would he be charged or searched if he defended my case? If he would face legal prosecution he ...


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See Dillon's Rule: Dillon’s Rule is the cornerstone of American municipal law. Under Dillon's Rule, a municipal government has authority to act only when : (1) the power is granted in the express words of the statute, private act, or charter creating the municipal corporation; (2) the power is necessarily or fairly implied in, or incident to the powers ...


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Normally, in addition to the documentation required one would need either "Letters Testamentary" or "Letters of Administration" to establish that the executor had the authority to transfer the car (unless the car was originally titled in joint tenancy with right of survivorship, or with a transfer on death title, with the executor listed). Merely being ...


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The clarity of the statute is surprising. Assuming that the operation is out of your home, the product is a baked good, a canned jam or jelly, or a dried herb or herb mix and that it is sold directly to consumers at your house, and furthermore generates $50K or less gross income, then the business is not subject to any of Missouri's laws or regulations ...


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