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The policeman ordered, right as he took a step out of his car "Turn it off!" - which is a lawful demand to prevent the biker from possibly kicking the gas and running. As the driver did not seem to comply (from the policeman's PoV) during his walk over to the bike, he enforced the order himself by turning off the bike and confiscating the key for ...


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It is currently legal to barter goods or services in exchange for gold or silver bullion in the United States. Gold and silver do not have to be registered or certificated, although a prudent person would usually seek evidence confirming their authenticity and it would be common practice to keep gold and silver in a repository such as a bank or Fort Knox, ...


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If we restrict ourselves to legal options, he can hire a lawyer, which is what he should have done rather than "ordering a DNA test". As a general rule, the minute you get served with a lawsuit, you should hire an attorney, especially if you are a billionaire. He should not volunteer to get in this position by volunteering for the test. But given ...


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The minor would be the beneficial owner of the foreclosure proceeds. Taking possession of those assets held for his or her benefit by the county official conducting the foreclosure might as a practical matter be difficult. The official could probably insist on having someone appointed to act for the minor's benefit before disbursing the funds. Often, someone ...


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You would have to go through at least the DoC: DoC NY LLC Change Form If you hold any other certificates/licenses you would have to contact those agencies (like a use-tax certificate or sales tax certificate). Your taxes shouldn't need notification unless you pay something other than your normal 1040/Schedule-C taxes (for example if you elected S-Corp status)...


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No. You have 27 months to apply. You’ll see why when you see the Form 1023. It’s huge, and it is easier to answer the questions if you have been operating for awhile. However, it is a nonprofit from day one. The whole time it must look, walk and quack like a nonprofit. It cannot use the *prior to filing” period to play for-profit reindeer games. If it ...


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Yes. Private DNA testing is generally available and lawful throughout the United States. New York has unique laws surrounding the conditions under which testing may be performed, though. There are several hoops to jump through if you do this in New York -- using a licensed testing agency, obtaining approval from an agent, etc. Getting an order from a court ...


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