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No, that would infringe copyright. Unless the copyright holder has released the PDF under a free license, or in some way granted permission to make copies of it, making such a copy and hosting it on your company server would infringe the holder's copyright. 17 USC sec 106 says that: the owner of copyright under this title has the exclusive rights to do and ...


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What am I allowing them to search? What are they wanting to do (or access) that they wouldn't be able to without my permission? Most likely they want to verify your resume and make sure you did not lie about your employment. Criminal records are public records so they would not need your permission to do such a search anyway. Credit reports would require ...


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New York's Sullivan Act of 1911 is mostly remembered for being an early gun control law. It gave rise to much of what's now Article 400 of the Penal Code. For your purposes, the Act also banned other dangerous weapons. Portions of what's now NY Pen. § 265.01 originated with the Act. The history helps to explain why a modern law references things like ...


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In New York State, towns are not "part of" cities; they are distinct political entities with their own separate borders, and they do not overlap or contain each other. You can see on this map (Wikipedia but I couldn't find an official one that was as easy to read) that the Town of Henrietta and the City of Rochester are separate. In fact, they do ...


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Are 501(c)(3) nonprofits allowed to sell goods and services to the public (like any other for-profit would)? Yes. The sale of goods and services as you describe it does not sound in violation of 26 USC § 503. However, the 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity would need to pay tax on income earned from those sales. Per U.S. v. American College of Physicians, 475 U.S. ...


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