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Very simply, they aren't selling genuine titles. There are two limited exceptions: Note that there is considerable difference between Scottish and English law in this area. You cannot purchase a genuine British title, with one exception, the feudal title of a Scottish baron; and certainly cannot buy a peerage title. Scottish Feudal Baronies fetch a ...


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australia It's dishonest. Dishonesty is not, in general, illegal. Dishonesty is illegal when it is used to obtain someone else's property or financial advantage through fraud. It's also illegal if it's part of a statement made when applying for an authorisation or benefit. It's potentially misleading. Misleading people is not, in general, illegal. ...


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That totally depends on jurisdiction. In many countries, academic titles carry no specific legal meaning. However, even in that case you could still be prosecuted for general fraud, if you somehow used the claimed title to deceive someone. Some jurisdictions do have specific laws regulating the use of academic titles. For example, in Germany the laws on ...


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I concluded that it is me. So I put my name and the title. Which I believe does not have to be the same as you put on Inc. docs


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You need a lawyer. What happens to the house, and what steps are necessary to make the wife the sole owner, depend on several complicated factors. It's unlikely that a quit claim deed will play any part in the process.


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I presume that your father was the sole owner of the house, you are the executor of his estate, and there are no legal impediments to transferring ownership of the house to your mother. You can execute a quitclaim deed transferring the property, where (if you do it yourself) you get the legal description of the property, draft or fill in an appropriate form, ...


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Your receipt is evidence that you paid a certain amount, not that the amount you paid is sufficient for your purpose. If the claim is legitimate, the clerk probably made a mistake. You can (should) verify the charges with Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS.motor.vehicles@state.mn.us), to find out what the total filing, title etc. fees are plus the motor ...


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Check the US Trademark database for a valid trademark for the word(s) of the original magazine name. Search trademark database | USPTO. The database will tell you if there was once a trademark that has now expired, or no history at all in the database. If there isn't any history (as you note), you should still not assume you are good to go. At very least do ...


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While this is only a partial answer, it appears that a U.K. passport contains a line for the bearer's gender (line 5) but not a title, although I'm sure that the format has changed from time to time over the years and there might by multiple formats in circulation at any one time. Obviously, this begs the question of what law governs gender determination on ...


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You have to have been admitted to the bar somewhere in order to use the title in commerce. Otherwise you are engaged in a deceptive trade practice and are in violation of the rules of professional responsibility. If you are using it outside of commerce, the First Amendment means you can still use it, but of course you may have a bit more trouble getting ...


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