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  • How Out-Of-State Divorces Are Recognized
    How Out-Of-State Divorces Are Recognized

    HOW OUT-OF-STATE DIVORCES ARE RECOGNIZED Posted on Oct 25, 2017 9:05am PDT Typically, when a divorce is an ex parte divorce, and the other party – or the defendant – in the divorce wishes to have the ...

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  • A Few Notes on Bonded Companies, Old Checks
    A Few Notes on Bonded Companies, Old Checks

    A FEW NOTES ON BONDED COMPANIES, OLD CHECKS Posted on Oct 17, 2017 11:00am PDT A “bond” basically gives a guarantee. Bonds are normally money that someone gives to someone, and it is held until it is ...

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  • Looking at Trends Concerning Property Liability
    Looking at Trends Concerning Property Liability

    LOOKING AT TRENDS CONCERNING PROPERTY LIABILITY Posted on Oct 10, 2017 10:55am PDT There are many questions concerning property liability; for example, what is the liability of someone who owns land ...

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  • How Suspects Are Identified and Challenged
    How Suspects Are Identified and Challenged

    HOW SUSPECTS ARE IDENTIFIED AND CHALLENGED Posted on Oct 3, 2017 10:40am PDT A line-up occurs when an eye-witness witnessed a crime. The police have several people stand side by side while holding ...

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  • Understanding Limits on Presidential Power
    Understanding Limits on Presidential Power

    UNDERSTANDING LIMITS ON PRESIDENTIAL POWER Posted on Sep 26, 2017 11:55am PDT Can presidents do what ever they want to while in office? In today's article, Brendan Bukalski with Ask the Lawyer ...

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  • Can Anyone Lay Claim to Wild Animals?
    Can Anyone Lay Claim to Wild Animals?

    To begin, animals, like it or not, are treated as personal property. There are lots of ways in which a person can lose or gain title to personal property. In today's article, Brendan Bukalski with Ask ...

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