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 I am searching along time stiil didn't recived a answer could anyone please help me? thanks!?
I have a food company in Brooklyn N.Y., I would like to put a shed in my backyard. & I would like to put a walk in freezer in my back yard. Do I need a permit for this or no?
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 could I sue for this?
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 Major lodger problem!?
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 Is it legal to kill morning people?

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 Can I sue a friend for borrowed money?
State of California.

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 Someone provoked me and I attacked him, could i get in trouble?
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 Why isn't legislating marriage considered 'Big Gov'T'?
Many republicans say they want to shrink 'big government' but support bans on Gay marriage and homosexual acts. How are such bans not big government?
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 would this be considered rape?it WAS forced...?
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When someone puts money into your account do they have the right to take it away? for example...?
My uncle's business partners trust me with all their money so they decided to open an account in my name? the question is can I retain the money even if they decide to deprive me of it after loosing their trust in me?
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I mean provided I have not done anything illegal against anyone nor the government



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2010-08-30 02:09:11 +0000
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I can't think of any LEGAL reason to make such transactions.

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2010-08-30 01:33:39 +0000
Only if their names are also on the account. This sounds a bit fishy to me. Are you sure you can trust them and they aren't using you to launder money or something?

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2010-08-30 01:32:58 +0000
If it is their money and you try to keep it, that is called theft and you will go to prison.

That is all.

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2010-08-30 01:33:56 +0000
It depends on the conditions set when they gave you the money. BUT-they can sue you if you don't give it back. Besides, that would be really greedy of you and a crappy way to treat your family.

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2010-08-30 01:35:09 +0000
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Your account, your money. If, however, the money was acquired by illegal means or placed in your account to defraud someone else (like the IRS or creditors), you, your uncle, and his "business partners" will be breaking the law.

It doesn't matter if you haven't done anything illegal yet. Letting someone else use your name to hide or launder money is illegal.

By the way, what "business" is your uncle in?

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2010-08-30 01:47:36 +0000
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You are holding the money in trust. They cannot withdraw it unless they have signature rights. It is not yours you to keep. If the account is entirely yours and you refuse to give it up, they would have to go to court to get it back.

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2010-08-30 01:38:27 +0000
From my dealings with corporate an charitable accounts I know that anyone could walk up and deposit money into someones account without them knowing about it. For example, if I knew you had an account at Bank X I could walk in there one day and deposit $1000 into your account...just because I liked you and wanted to.

Now, to get the money OUT of that account again I would have to have you give it back to my yourself. I have no right or ability to withdraw from the account unless I am also named on the account. If these people are not named on the account then they should not be able to get the money back out. At the same time however if they were not named on the account and only you were I'd be very concerned about the tax implications of having the money since it could be considered income OR the legal implications since it could be considered proceeds of crime or money laundering.

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