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Iowa Labor Laws

Tuesday, November 7th, 2006
Posted by Maya

Whether you are an employer or an employee, you owe it to yourself to be familiar with the labor laws in your area. In some states, federal laws set by the US Department of Labor are the only laws governing labor, and in other states, the state government has legislated ... continue reading

New York Insurance Fraud Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Molly

Insurance fraud is one of the largest white-collar crimes in America today, second only to tax evasion. New York City has the dubious distinction of having the 9 th highest rate of insurance fraud cases in the nation.

In order to combat the rising number of cases, New York ... continue reading

Alabama Marriage Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Patrick

I went looking for the Alabama Marriage Laws on the internet today and was glad to see they were easy to find and understand. Anyone planning to “Tie The Knot” in the state of Alabama should be well educated on the Alabama Marriage Laws. If you are not, then I ... continue reading

Wyoming Will and Living Trust Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Lacey

In the state of Wyoming if you are over the age of nineteen and of sound mind the law allows you to make a Will and Living Trust.  You may prepare a handwritten Will in your own handwriting or have it typed.  This must be witnessed by at least two ... continue reading

Georgia Adoption Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Tamara

Georgia’s Safe Have law permits a mother to surrender an infant up to one week old at any medical facility. These include hospitals, infirmaries, health centers and birthing centers, but not the private offices of physicians or dentists. The mother must provide her name, address and proof of identity. The ... continue reading

Louisiana Exempt Employee Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Brittney

Residents of the state of Louisiana who need to know the guidelines regarding tax exemptions can refer to Louisiana exempt employee laws. These laws also cover tax liability as well.

Louisiana exempt employee laws help employees know when they can claim exemptions on their W-4 or similar earning form. ... continue reading

Kentucky Exempt Employee Laws

Friday, November 3rd, 2006
Posted by Brittney

Kentucky exempt employee laws help citizens understand their responsibility regarding the payment of taxes. These laws specifically address issues of tax exemption.

Kentucky exempt employee laws help employees know when they can claim exemptions on their W-4 or similar earning form. For example, usually when people are working they ... continue reading

Nevada Probate Court

Wednesday, November 1st, 2006
Posted by Jamie

Nevada, like many other states, does not have a separate Nevada probate court system in place for the sole purpose of handling issues regarding probate laws. However, the state of Nevada does still enact all probate laws. Instead of having a Nevada probate court, the District Court of Nevada handles ... continue reading

North Dakota Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are two types of safety belt laws, primary and secondary. A primary law allows a law enforcement officer to write a ticket if he or she simply observes an unbelted driver or passenger. Under a secondary law, an officer cannot ticket anyone for a safety belt violation unless the ... continue reading

Nevada Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are two types of safety belt laws, primary and secondary. A primary law allows a law enforcement officer to write a ticket if he or she simply observes an unbelted driver or passenger. Under a secondary law, an officer cannot ticket anyone for a safety belt violation unless the ... continue reading

Nebraska Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Currently Nebraska seat belt ticket laws are secondary. The law covers those 18 and over in the front seat of the vehicle. The initial fine for not wearing a seat belt is $25. The driver and the passengers who are over 18 can be fined separately. The law also allows ... continue reading

New York Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are two types of safety belt laws, primary and secondary. A primary law allows a law enforcement officer to write a ticket if he or she simply observes an unbelted driver or passenger. Under a secondary law, an officer cannot ticket anyone for a safety belt violation unless the ... continue reading

Montana Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are two types of safety belt laws, primary and secondary. A primary law allows a law enforcement officer to write a ticket if he or she simply observes an unbelted driver or passenger. Under a secondary law, an officer cannot ticket anyone for a safety belt violation unless the ... continue reading

Missouri Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Of the more than 1000 traffic laws, Missouri seat belt ticket laws are the only secondary law. There are two types of safety belt laws, primary and secondary. A primary law allows a law enforcement officer to write a ticket if he or she simply observes an unbelted driver or ... continue reading

New Mexico Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

In 2004 New Mexico launched an aggressive Click It or Ticket Campaign to educate citizens of the dangers and benefits of seat belt use. The Department of Transportation spent over $400,000 made available from a federal grant to educate and enforce New Mexico Seat Belt Ticket Laws. In doing so, ... continue reading

North Carolina Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

If you live or plan on driving through North Carolina, seat belt ticket laws are something that you may want to familiarize yourself with. There are two types of safety belt laws, primary and secondary. A primary law allows a law enforcement officer to write a ticket if he or ... continue reading

New Jersey Seat Belt Safety Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

In the last 10 years it is estimated that more than 2,000 unbuckled motorists died as a result of motor vehicle accidents and more than 700 people were killed because they were not wearing seat belts and were thrown from the vehicle on New Jersey roadways.

There are two ... continue reading

New Hampshire Seat Belt Ticket Laws

Saturday, October 28th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are two types of safety belt laws, primary and secondary. A primary law allows a law enforcement officer to write a ticket if he or she simply observes an unbelted driver or passenger. Under a secondary law, an officer cannot ticket anyone for a safety belt violation unless the ... continue reading

Oklahoma Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Friday, October 27th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Under Oklahoma Seatbelt Ticket Laws not wearing your seatbelt is a primary offense.  That means you can be stopped and ticketed without committing another violation.  This law is a response to the overwhelming number of unbelted traffic fatalities that have occurred over the past few years.  The goal is to ... continue reading

Ohio Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Friday, October 27th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Under Ohio Seatbelt Ticket Laws, not wearing a seatbelt is a secondary offense.  That means that you will be ticketed only after you have been pulled over for another offense.  However, as many other states change their seatbelt laws, you should pay close attention to Ohio Seatbelt Ticket Laws.  Be ... continue reading

Oregon Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Friday, October 27th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Oregon Seatbelt Ticket Laws have made the seatbelt law primary.  Meaning that you can be stopped if you are observed to not be wearing your seatbelt.  Although Oregon already had over ninety percent compliance of the former seatbelt law, officials want to save even more lives.  However, Oregon Seatbelt Ticket ... continue reading

Pennsylvania Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Friday, October 27th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Under Pennsylvania Seatbelt Ticket Laws, all drivers and passengers are required to wear their seatbelts when a motor vehicle is in motion.  For certain age groups the seatbelt law is primary and for others it is secondary.  Securing newborns to children age four in a child safety seat, according to ... continue reading

South Carolina Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Friday, October 27th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Just in case you missed it, South Carolina Seatbelt Laws recently changed.  In a quest to help save more lives, under South Carolina Seatbelt Laws, motorists can now be stopped if an officer sees that they are not wearing their seatbelt.  The new law is a reaction to the number ... continue reading

South Dakota Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are several reasons why you should know some South Dakota Seatbelt Ticket Laws.  The privilege of driving is one that we often take for granted.  Since most of us drive rather frequently, we tend to overlook how dangerous driving can be.  One of the best ways to keep yourself ... continue reading

Texas Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are several reasons why you should know some Texas Seatbelt Ticket Laws.  The privilege of driving is one that we often take for granted.  Since most of us drive rather frequently, we tend to overlook how dangerous driving can be.  One of the best ways to keep yourself and ... continue reading

Utah Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

There are several reasons why you should know some Utah Seatbelt Ticket Laws.  The privilege of driving is one that we often take for granted.  Since most of us drive rather frequently, we tend to overlook how dangerous driving can be.  One of the best ways to keep yourself and ... continue reading

Vermont Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

It is in your best interest to know some Vermont Seatbelt Ticket Laws. The privilege of driving is one that we often take for granted.  Since most of us drive rather frequently, we tend to overlook how dangerous driving can be.  One of the best ways to keep yourself and ... continue reading

Tennessee Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

It is in your best interest to know some Tennessee Seatbelt Ticket Laws, and not just for legal purposes. The privilege of driving is one that we often take for granted.  Since most of us drive rather frequently, we tend to overlook how dangerous driving can be.  One of the ... continue reading

Virginia Seatbelt Ticket Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Carolyn

Driving is a valuable privilege that should not be taken for granted.  It also can be extremely dangerous if you do not take the proper precautions to protect yourself.  Wearing a seatbelt is one way to try to keep passengers and yourself safe.  Also, as seatbelts continue to be proven ... continue reading

Wisconsin Business Corporate Laws

Thursday, October 26th, 2006
Posted by Patrick

If you are opening a business in Wisconsin, take a look at this blog entry. It doesn’t go into a great deal of detail, but it will give you some pointers when dealing with the Wisconsin Business Corporate Laws.

If you are looking for Wisconsin Business Corporate Laws, you ... continue reading