The truth of the matter is that, from a legal standpoint, your creditor cannot force you to pay if he doesn’t first gather enough evidence that your term for returning the money is due already.
With a law degree under his belt, Mark Scott understood very early that law communication was a relatively neglected area. He decided to help people by “translating” the language and offering information and advice in a clear, useful, and actionable manner. For this reason, instead of finding him in court, you will most likely find his name online, where he is very active and thriving as a legal columnist. His part of making the world a better place is to make the law a less convoluted maze. He aims to make it easier for people to understand when and how to seek legal counsel, how to proceed in a significant number of legal matters, and to find the proper resources so they can stand up for their rights.
Many people feel intimidated or afraid to bring a claim or lawsuit against any governmental body.
If someone, most likely a person in your neighborhood, trespassed on your property, got bitten by your dog, and is now threatening to sue, you can rest easy.
It is difficult to determine the future course of nursing homes and assisted living care. However, a valuable life lesson that the pandemic has brought to the forefront is the value of social interaction.
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