Cruz also complied with the requirements to send a summons and complaint to a corporation by sending it to the president of Fagor, Patricio Barriga. The return receipt signed by Tina Hayes, who is authorized to accept mail on Barriga’s behalf, also suffices the requirements for satisfactory proof of service. The appellate court found no requirement that the return receipt be signed by the defendant. Fagor did not present a legitimate excuse for not answering the original action, nor did Fagor diligently try to set aside the default once it learned of it. Fagor failed to fulfill two of the three conditions to apply for equitable relief on the basis of extrinsic mistake.
Accordingly, National was not required to offer underinsured motorist coverage to drivers under the self-insured statute, which requires only self-insurers to provide uninsured motorist coverage. Further, under its rental agreement, National was required to provide underinsured motorist coverage only if the vehicle was involved in an accident in a state that had mandatory underinsured motorist coverage that could not be rejected by any means. In Ohio, the coverage is rejectable. In accordance, the trial court properly granted summary judgment in favor of National and against Metropolitan. Estate of Ralston v. Metro.Prop.&Cas.Ins146 Ohio App.3d 630 (2001) 2001-Ohio-3478 In our case, just as in Estate of Ralston, Sage Rent-A Car was self-insured under the provisions of R.C.4509.62, and R.C.4509.72 (a)(b), excluding them from liability.
Hannah cannot file a wrongful discharge lawsuit against Friendly Catering Company because she is an employee-at-will. True False 6. Promissory Estoppel is an exception to the employment-at-will doctrine if the employee can show that he/she relied on the employer's promise to his/her detriment. True False 7. Major Tire Company's plant in Charleston, South Carolina was destroyed when Hurricane Hazel hit the coast.
However, to qualify for this section, the properties exchanged must be like-kind and used for a trade or business or for investment. (4)So, in this case, the property exchanged is a house and not one used in any trade, business or for investment purposes. Hence, it does not qualify for Sec 1031 tax exchange. 2(c) As Sec 61 of IRS, any activity which is carried with the intention of earning any income will be classified by the IRS as a business and taxed accordingly. (5) So the distinction between hobby and business is important to determine the taxability of the profits earned from such activity.
United State – 487 U.S. 99 (1988)” (Braswell v. United States, 487 U.S. 99) the Fifth Amendment would not apply. Braswell incorporated both companies and the “courts have recognized that corporations exist as a separate legal person” (Melvin, 2011, pg. 554). The details of corporate records are not privilege under the Fifth Amendment and “a corporation does not have a Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination” (Braswell v. United States, 487 U.S. 99). Conclusion In this case the courts make it clear that there is absolutely no instance where documents related to a corporation or any person connected to the corporation would be able to rely upon the Fifth Amendment against self-incrimination.
The Sacketts did not believe that their property violated the Clean Water act, requesting a hearing with the EPA, which was denied by the United States District Court for the District of Idaho (Sackett v. EPA 2012). The grievance challenged that the EPA’s Issuance of the compliance order was illogical and erratic under the
PETS: LESSEE agrees not to have any pets on the premises without WRITTEN PERMISSION from the LESSOR. If a pet is authorized by Owner or Agent, LESSEE agrees to make a $150 non-refundable damage deposit in excess of the security deposit. Harboring an unauthorized pet will be considered a breach of this agreement. 6. SUBLETTING: Resident agrees not to assign this agreement, nor to sublet any part of the property nor to allow any other person to live therein other than as indicated in Paragraph 7 below and the rental
The court said this position was arbitrary and subverted common sense and, in the absence of case law or regulations, the IRS should not create ambiguity where there was none. The court held it undisputed that the Carter Trust, not its trustee, was the taxpayer. The trust’s participation in the ranch operations entailed an assessment of the activities of those who labored on the ranch, or otherwise conducted ranch business on the trust’s behalf. Their collective activities during the times in question were regular, continuous and substantial enough to constitute material participation. The court concluded the losses the Carter Trust had sustained were not passive within the meaning of section 469.
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HISTORY The Miami area was first inhabited for more than one thousand years by the Tequestas, but was later claimed for Spain in 1566 by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. A Spanish mission was constructed one year later in 1567. In 1836, Fort Dallas was built, and the Miami area subsequently became a site of fighting during the Second Seminole War. Miami holds the distinction of being "the only major city in the United States conceived by a woman, Julia Tuttle, who was a local citrus grower and