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"Lemon laws" are about new cars and manufacturing defects. Used vehicles are sold "as is", except that dealers are obligated to offer a 30 or 60 day warranty that the vehicle will continue to function. Using the term "owner" suggests that this is not a dealership sale. Generally speaking, you are out of luck, except for the ...


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In RI it appears that two days notice and a reasonable purpose is enough. There are states that list the reasons a landlord can access a unit; RI is not one of those states. http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/title34/34-18/34-18-26.HTM


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As far as I can tell, there is no exception under the MA wiretapping law to allow for businesses to record phone calls without both parties' consent. The one possible exception is for financial institutions, and even then, notice has to be provided regularly. B. Definitions. As used in this section: ... The term ''interception'' means to secretly ...


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In New England, town governments have always been relatively strong, and county governments relatively weak. Traditionally New England counties only provided courts, jails, and sheriffs. They did not provide the kind of services seen in other parts of the country, such as county roads, general government services for unincorporated areas, etc. Connecticut ...


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The owner would not be liable You are aware of the risk of the overhanging branches and you have a duty to mitigate that risk. At common law, you are entitled to remove limbs of trees that encroach upon your property. You need to do this to mitigate the risk in a way that leaves the tree viable. Legally, the timber in the limbs belongs to the neighbour so ...


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There are two issues - one is you do not want your disclosure to constitute a public disclosure as it related to patent law; the other is you do not want your idea taken by someone else. The first is easier - if you trust the people. They just need to agree, even verbally, that the information is confidential and is not a public disclosure. The second is ...


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Massachusetts require you to change the car registration, title, and insurance within 30 days of becoming a resident. One argument for changing over is that your insurance company may not be thrilled if you are in an accident and they discover that 1) the car's "home" is not what is on the policy and 2) the amount you're driving has changed. A possible ...


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You do not give a jurisdiction; as tenancy law is one of the most regulated areas of law this is highly jurisdiction dependent and may vary depending on if it is a residential or commercial tenancy. For example, in New South Wales, Australia, a landlord may enter a residential premises (http://www.tenants.org.au/factsheet-08-access-and-privacy): With ...


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