• Why do do many people defend illegal immigrants?

    Best answer: misguided goody two shoes
    of course they are humans and they need to organize in the own country and demand better living conditions there, the people in the US already did that generations ago, these illegals should not be allowed to benefit from the efforts that they did not put forth
    Best answer: misguided goody two shoes
    of course they are humans and they need to organize in the own country and demand better living conditions there, the people in the US already did that generations ago, these illegals should not be allowed to benefit from the efforts that they did not put forth
    20 answers · Corporations · 13 hours ago
  • Would you feel comfortable hiring a gay or transgender babysitter?

    Best answer: Hell no.. And to be honest they wouldn't even make it to the front door because if you are going to trust a stranger with your kids you need to do your research on them, and I will never have a f*ggot anywhere near children. Reason being... 1) I don't need a homo educating them on how gay & tranny... show more
    Best answer: Hell no..
    And to be honest they wouldn't even make it to the front door because if you are going to trust a stranger with your kids you need to do your research on them, and I will never have a f*ggot anywhere near children. Reason being...

    1) I don't need a homo educating them on how gay & tranny people are normal.
    2) I don't need my kids being scared of a tranny and having nightmares (most trannies look like freaks/weirdos)
    3) Most IMPORTANTLY you can't trust gay people around children, most gay people, especially gay men are sexual predators & have a disturbing sexual preference for kids. You never know what the hell could happen if you leave them in the house alone.... (According to the FBI bereau of investigations stats, homosexuals proportionately commit the most child sex crimes despite being 1% of the population).

    You might as well be asking 'would you let a paedophile babysit your kids?' and the answer is no ...no and NO!
    79 answers · Other - Business & Finance · 4 days ago
  • Tax return on donation? do i get it all back?

    i was told i would get the full money back next year for taxes if i donate my car to a charity (that being a credited charity for youth) But I also know the IRS likes money and idk if i get the full amount back that I can prove it's worth or if i get only a portion of it. I only make $6-8k a year because im a... show more
    i was told i would get the full money back next year for taxes if i donate my car to a charity (that being a credited charity for youth) But I also know the IRS likes money and idk if i get the full amount back that I can prove it's worth or if i get only a portion of it. I only make $6-8k a year because im a college student so i dont make "too much moeny" to not qualify for a return.
    16 answers · United States · 1 day ago
  • Will I own all my Boyfriends things if he moves in with me?

    Best answer: There is NO thing called "COMMON LAW MARRIAGE" http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/richard-adams/common-law-marriage-myth_b_2661452.html Citizens... show more
    Best answer: There is NO thing called "COMMON LAW MARRIAGE"
    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/richard-...

    Citizens advice
    https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/family...

    wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common-law...
    other places
    http://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/relationship-advice/common-law-marriage/




    which is what he is worried about.

    now for benefits purposes,
    they will consider 'co-habitng' and total income into the household..
    but NOT property ownership...

    Seriously,
    it is no different than he stays over 7 days a week... every week.
    (again, benefits look at any days...and how often he is around "generally")

    if he is really nervous,
    tell him to keep his other property 'as a bolt hole' if it make him feel better
    Or
    Promise that you (both) will put a sum of money into a savings account,
    and that will be used to pay for any re-renting agreement he needs if you all break up and he needs somewhere to go to....

    AND.. then as he will be saving on council tax..
    he is paying 75% now...
    and only 25% to be with you... - split that and it 'is' 50:50
    and the other 25% you both 'save' can go into that rainy day fund ;)
    [or holiday fund when it all works out great... just don't break up on holiday ;) ]

    Sign a pre-nup if he really is that bothered...

    And if decide before you buy....
    (and maybe keep a little diary/notebook of that decision ?)
    who owns what if you buy things after you are together....

    So..changing topic (slightly) This relationship..
    is it just for fun... just for now....
    or do one of you see it as more long term.... or just hope it will be.
    or one of you finds someone better
    or is this a test of if you can stand each other over longer periods of time ...

    just asking...
    21 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 23 hours ago
  • I am in NJ and owns a condo. My tenants won't move after lease ends. What can I do legally to get them leave?

    Best answer: do NOT call the sheriff without a court order. NJ has a tenant handbook online. In NJ, you CANNOT ask them to leave simply because the lease ends. there needs to be a specific reason (out of about 14 legal reasons) to terminate the tenancy. It would include things like lease violations or owner wanting to move... show more
    Best answer: do NOT call the sheriff without a court order. NJ has a tenant handbook online. In NJ, you CANNOT ask them to leave simply because the lease ends. there needs to be a specific reason (out of about 14 legal reasons) to terminate the tenancy. It would include things like lease violations or owner wanting to move in.

    i don't know if any landlords are exempt from the law.

    google 'nj tenant handbook' ya won't post the link as it is PDF.

    i do believe the law is in your favor as you only own 1 apartment....is is considered to be the same as a landlord owning 1 single family house.

    since the other 3 units are owned by others, they don't count..your building is only 1 unit.

    I don't remember the time frame..but it is more than 30 days...maybe 60. it would be to your benefit to consult a lawyer.

    if it is 60 days, and the lease is expired/will be expired in that time frame, you must give written notice for them to be out at the end of April (assuming rent is due on the 1st).

    you can offer a bonus to make it easier on them..such as they can stay through May1 for $1 extra to make the move to the new apartment easier or offer to terminate the lease (at the end of the current month) without penalty at any time before the 60 days they find a place.

    and if they don't leave with proper legal notice, then you need to file for eviction in court.
    15 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 16 hours ago
  • Who owns the driveway?

    when I bought my house 10 years ago I was told the driveway was shared. now a new owner claims she owns 100 pecent of it. I did some research and found a warranty deed about the driveway. but I'm not sure what all the legal terminology is saying.
    when I bought my house 10 years ago I was told the driveway was shared. now a new owner claims she owns 100 pecent of it. I did some research and found a warranty deed about the driveway. but I'm not sure what all the legal terminology is saying.
    53 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 4 days ago
  • What do you think my chances are of getting approved for a mortgage?

    I turn 21 in June. My boyfriend is also 21, we are not married yet but are to be. We both have had the same jobs for over 2 years. In the Summer I will be graduating with an associates degree, & he will be graduating from a tech center to be a certified electrician. With these degrees & having consistent... show more
    I turn 21 in June. My boyfriend is also 21, we are not married yet but are to be. We both have had the same jobs for over 2 years. In the Summer I will be graduating with an associates degree, & he will be graduating from a tech center to be a certified electrician. With these degrees & having consistent jobs, what are our chances of getting accepted for a mortgage? We have rented an apartment together for about 2 years as well & are never late on utilities/rent. We don t have too much credit, we don t mess with credit related things. This doesn t mean we have bad credit, just not really any. Tired of renting terrible apartments & throwing away money on a dump that could be spent on a payment to eventually own something, & a lot nicer of a something.
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 16 hours ago
  • Do you find anything wrong with this?

    Do you find anything wrong with having two credit credits with the same credit limit
    Do you find anything wrong with having two credit credits with the same credit limit
    13 answers · Credit · 10 hours ago
  • Selling home. Had agent come over and bring comps, etc. At the time was unaware that agents charge different commissions, and told her that?

    We would use her as our agent. Although we did not sign a listing agreement, I feel a sense of responsibility to keep her as our agent, but What if I don't agree with the commission she asks for? Should I tell her that I need to interview other agents? This is my first time selling, so I'm a little naive... show more
    We would use her as our agent. Although we did not sign a listing agreement, I feel a sense of responsibility to keep her as our agent, but What if I don't agree with the commission she asks for? Should I tell her that I need to interview other agents? This is my first time selling, so I'm a little naive about the whole process. Would appreciate any sound advice.
    10 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 13 hours ago
  • Can I still claim a apartment after requesting a refund on my security deposit?

    To make a long story short- I applied for an apartment, got approved and was majorly excited! However, the next day I found out that I would have to start paying for my car insurance. So, after redoing my budget I felt like I would be struggling to make ends meet so of course I cancelled my move in date for the... show more
    To make a long story short- I applied for an apartment, got approved and was majorly excited! However, the next day I found out that I would have to start paying for my car insurance. So, after redoing my budget I felt like I would be struggling to make ends meet so of course I cancelled my move in date for the apartment and requested a refund. However, two days later I found out that I did not in fact have to start paying for car insurance. My question is will I be able to call the apartments back and tell them that I will in fact be able to afford the apartment? Or is it to late for me to try to get the apartment back?
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Is it legal for my boss to ask for my DOB and drivers license information?

    My boss, not HR, is asking for my DOB and drivers license information since I occasionally drive for business purposes. Is it legal for my boss to ask and am I obliged to answer the question? Shouldn't HR be asking me and shouldn't HR be able to provide some of that info to my boss.
    My boss, not HR, is asking for my DOB and drivers license information since I occasionally drive for business purposes. Is it legal for my boss to ask and am I obliged to answer the question? Shouldn't HR be asking me and shouldn't HR be able to provide some of that info to my boss.
    16 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
  • Why are renters so stupid a renter moved in my house yesterday so I stopped in to check on him all the windows were open and the furnace?

    Best answer: It should not bother you unless you are paying the furnace bill. Welcome to the world or being a landlord. Fascinating career field. I have left situations shaking my head with the same thoughts, this person can not be that ignorant or stupid. Have you witness the tenant that tied his dog to the pole outside... show more
    Best answer: It should not bother you unless you are paying the furnace bill.

    Welcome to the world or being a landlord. Fascinating career field. I have left situations shaking my head with the same thoughts, this person can not be that ignorant or stupid.

    Have you witness the tenant that tied his dog to the pole outside so the dog could dry after being given a bath. that situation placed me on the path to not allowing dogs in any of my rental units.

    There are other equal appalling situations you will encounter. Keep on being a landlord.

    I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

    "FIGHT ON"
    10 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 18 hours ago
  • Is becoming millionaire just as easy as they say in quotes, inspirational stories, books and all?

    Looking for some real facts. There are millions of people reading the book “How to become a millionaire” but almost none of them succeeding. Should I just cut out all this being successful crap and just look for a job to feed my gut first?
    Looking for some real facts. There are millions of people reading the book “How to become a millionaire” but almost none of them succeeding. Should I just cut out all this being successful crap and just look for a job to feed my gut first?
    14 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • Can a landlord advertise his property only in his native language and?

    can he refuse to rent to me because he doesn't speak English?
    can he refuse to rent to me because he doesn't speak English?
    20 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 3 days ago