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Can a family member break into my room and can I take legal actions against it?
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In Germany, there is no statutory offense of “breaking in”. Instead, break-ins are (depending on the nature of the crime) prosecuted as trespassing (Hausfriedensbruch, § 123 StGB), criminal damage (...

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how to know if somebody sued you in germany?
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You're supposed to deregister with the registration office before moving out of country. This process involves giving the registration office your new address abroad. If you get sued, I assume that ...

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Can a phone conversation be summoned from telecom operator as evidence in court of law
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No. Not just no, butt hell NO. Telcos are not allowed to record calls unless they have a court order to so. I. e. what you seek is impossible unless either of you is suspected of a listed offense (...

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Postage for letters to the pope sent from Italy
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The Vatican has its own postal operator (Vatican Post) while Italy has liberalized the postal sector, i. e. besides the incumbent operator (Poste Italiane) there should also be a few smaller operators....

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How do you serve a person in Small Claims Court if they are International but their Business is here in the USA?
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Ok, so you have a business entity organized/incorporated under US law with three shareholders/partners/owners. You are one of the three owners and the two others are resident abroad. You're assuming ...

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How can tax residency be proven within the EU?
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As far as I recall, each European country has its own definition of tax residency. For instance, in Germany, you are considered subject to full income taxation if you: • have at least one home in ...

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What are the charges faced for sexting minor overseas?
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I think that there won't be any trouble from Germany, but the US could be a problem if the girl reports the case to authorities. In that case, further details would depend on the state in question. ...

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Under which German laws is it illegal to mock foreign rulers?
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This case is a bit more complicated. As far as I recall, it started with extra3 (a satire show on NDR) airing a critical song about Erdogan. The song can be found on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/...

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Leave Germany for few months after having registered
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If I read your question correctly, then your plan is to end the lease and move out of your appartment. In this situation, you would obviously have to de-register. What makes you think that you can ...

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(How) Can I easily export produce from Serbia to Sweden via Hungary?
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Familiarize yourself with the alcohol monopoly in Sweden Regarding the wine, you should familiarize yourself with the Swedish alcohol monopoly: In Sweden, only Systembolaget is allowed to sell wine. ...

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Does a landlord have the right to force me to evacuate the room I am subletting before the last day of the tenancy contract?
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If the last day is a holiday, Sunday or Saturday: No.Otherwise: It depends. Pursuant to § 546 BGB, tenant must return the rented object after the end of the lease. https://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/...

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Can a school control an independent student newspaper
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Legally, there is no such thing as a student newspaper. That is, a student newspaper is governed by the same laws as any other publication. This means that legally, each (student) newspaper needs a ...

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Legally, what agreement is entered into when posting a letter (in Germany)?
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If you send a letter, you're entering into a contract with the respective postal operator. I'm not sure when the contract is entered into (it could be when you buy postage), but the contract should be ...

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How do you go about conducting business internationally?
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No. 2. It depends 3. It depends First of all, you should seek advice from a lawyer that specializes in bridging the gap between the two jurisdictions involved. This is important. A regular lawyer ...

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Can LLCs be completely anonymous
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As far as I can tell, it looks like PA allows entities to choose between having a physical office with a street address and a registered agent. I. e. my guess is that the entity without registered ...

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Move money from Germany to Spain
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The most straightforward way to transfer the money is to make a bank transfer from one account to another. Alternatively, you could also just use one bank account for all of your banking and close the ...

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Do they check ARD ZDF bill payment during de-registration in Frankfurt if a person is leaving the country?
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You can always de-register and move out of country, even if you have debt with GEZ. The registration office may forward your data to GEZ but apart from that, they won't care about your TV licensing. ...

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International sexting between two minors - Text only
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From the Swedish perspective, this is completely legal. Sweden even allows kids to sleep with each other as long as they are close in age. So the Swede won't have to face any trouble from Sweden, nor ...

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What is the status of a baby born abroad to an American parent, but fails to qualify for U.S. citizenship?
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In most jurisdictions, familiy reunification is a valid reason for immigration, including the US. So it should be straight-forward to get the neccessary paperwork allowing the child to live with their ...

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Can I sue from California, in small claim court, someone in England who is British?
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First of all, I don't know of any restriction in UK procedural law that would prevent a US resident from filing suit in the UK. However, this doesn't neccessarily mean you can sue there (or that you ...

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Jurisdictions having no common point over a certain issue
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I would consider it quite unlikely that a country consideres a certain crime “abhorrent and obviously illegal” but at the same time doesn't assume extraterritorial jurisdiction. In the unlikely event ...

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Setting up and running a limited company (UK) remotely (EU)
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First of all, I agree with TorstenS's answer and with phoog's comment. In general, the UK is a country where it's quite easy and cheap to incorporate making it a country you definitely should look ...

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Can a mail-forwarding service be used as the registered agent for an MN non-profit?
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I agree with ohwilleke, a registered agent is not the same as a mail forwarding service. However, a mail forwarding company could also be offering registered agent services. In that case, you would ...

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Landlord rights in case of tenant death in Germany
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German law of succession is based on the concept of universal succession. That means that your heir(s) will become party to any legal relationship which you used to be party to (there are a few ...

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What is the proper way of handling non-USPS packages for long-gone tenants?
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If I was in your place, I'd try to track down the previous tenant. For instance, you could try to get address information from USPS (might work if the guy has a mail forwarding order) or you could try ...

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Anmeldung, how do homeless people solve the German puzzle?
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The answer is quite straight-forward: If you have a home, you have to register. If you have more than one home, you have to register the full list with all of your homes. If you have no home, you ...

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