• I live in London, I have a full-time job, but I'm still homeless because state agents refuse me. Is this discrimination against the law?

    Best answer: Do like I do: Me: Go to view a house and decide to rent it. Landlord: Explain what is required including a significant amount of income. Me: Claim benefits, earn little but is good with rent, always pay early and two months ahead. Landlord: Don't accept people who earn little and claim benefits, regardless of... show more
    Best answer: Do like I do:

    Me: Go to view a house and decide to rent it.
    Landlord: Explain what is required including a significant amount of income.
    Me: Claim benefits, earn little but is good with rent, always pay early and two months ahead.
    Landlord: Don't accept people who earn little and claim benefits, regardless of how good they are at paying rent and bills.
    Me: Lie about income.
    Landlord: Ask for ID, references from previous landlord, proof of address, proof of income of the last 6 months in the form of payslips AND also previous 6 months bank statements.
    Me: Worry.
    Landlord: Say the first person to pay deposit will secure the property.
    Me: Pay deposit and ask landlord to wait a week for documents.
    Landlord: Waits.
    Me: Go on microsoft word, make bank statements that look 99.99% like the real bank statements, with the same measurements from margins, spacing, and very similar font style. Showing that the amount I earn is 4 times above than the rent.
    Me: Do the same thing with the payslips.
    70 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it illegal to have sex on beach?

    34 answers · 2 days ago
  • In America, is a woman allowed to have a tubectomy, even if she's never had children?

    Best answer: Yes, there is no government compulsion to have children. You just need to find a doctor that will do the work. Some doctors may not do it, if you have no children and are young, for ethical reasons (people do change their minds about children) .
    Best answer: Yes, there is no government compulsion to have children. You just need to find a doctor that will do the work. Some doctors may not do it, if you have no children and are young, for ethical reasons (people do change their minds about children) .
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can I sue my job for switching my social security number with someone else?

    I recently got hired at a new job and their was another person by the same first name as me. We were both in training when our manager gave us our ids and socials back. Again we both were in training and I didn’t double check because I assume I was getting my ids back. Long story short I got a call a day later... show more
    I recently got hired at a new job and their was another person by the same first name as me. We were both in training when our manager gave us our ids and socials back. Again we both were in training and I didn’t double check because I assume I was getting my ids back. Long story short I got a call a day later that they switched our ids on accident I went and look and sure enough I had her social and she has mine. This isn’t a regular day to day job where I’ll see her all the time we don’t start until February. I’ve been trying to switch my social back directly with the other girl and she’s always busy and right now I’m getting frustrated. It’s been a week now and it’s scaring me how she isn’t taking this serious either. If she was to use my social can I sue the employer? Because I think it was there fault! Now I have to deal with this . What do you think?
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do we allow anyone besides a bondsman or the defendant themselves to post someone's bail?

    The whole point of bond is to serve as collateral against missing your court date If I am charged with a crime and post my own bond, I forfeit all that money if I don't show up. And if I call a bondsman from the jails public phone to come get me out, I still have to put up 10 percent and there's still... show more
    The whole point of bond is to serve as collateral against missing your court date If I am charged with a crime and post my own bond, I forfeit all that money if I don't show up. And if I call a bondsman from the jails public phone to come get me out, I still have to put up 10 percent and there's still some monetary loss for me if I skip town. But if Uncle Ralph or Grandpa Boris comes and bails me out, then it's not me that forfeits any money if I skip town. Its Uncle Ralph or Grandpa Boris. Where's the collateral in that? After all, its not like co-signing for a loan or an apartment where the entity just wants assurance of getting paid and don't care by whom. The court doesn't really want the bond money, they want the defendant there for trial and/or sentencing.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Does really Rich becomes richer and Poor becomes poorer in practical life? And why?

    Best answer: Yes. Idiots are allowed to vote, and also allowed to have a saying what laws should be implemented. Funny enough, a 12 year old is not allowed to vote because they are seen as mentally incapable to think properly. But a 70 year old with an IQ of a 10 year old is seen as mentally capable. Whoever pass on these rules... show more
    Best answer: Yes. Idiots are allowed to vote, and also allowed to have a saying what laws should be implemented. Funny enough, a 12 year old is not allowed to vote because they are seen as mentally incapable to think properly. But a 70 year old with an IQ of a 10 year old is seen as mentally capable. Whoever pass on these rules are mentally incapable themselves. If people under 18 or under 16 are not allowed to vote, it should make sense that adults with the IQ of an underaged child should also NOT be allowed to vote.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • If a person collapses in public, goes unconscious, and a stranger calls an ambulance, is the person who collapsed required to pay the ...?

    ... hospital? He didn't ask to be saved or to be hospitalized. That's like a furniture store dropping off a vibrating La-Z-Boy at home when I'm gone on vacation and billing me for it just because they heard I could use one.
    ... hospital? He didn't ask to be saved or to be hospitalized. That's like a furniture store dropping off a vibrating La-Z-Boy at home when I'm gone on vacation and billing me for it just because they heard I could use one.
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Employer wrongfully deducting pay from my final paycheck, do I have a case against them?

    I had a home office job, and recently quit due to dissatisfaction with the work environment and the unprofessionalism of my “manager” I had a home key they gave me in order to let myself in and out. My “manager” is having all of their locks changed, even though I had the key present and ready to return. They went... show more
    I had a home office job, and recently quit due to dissatisfaction with the work environment and the unprofessionalism of my “manager” I had a home key they gave me in order to let myself in and out. My “manager” is having all of their locks changed, even though I had the key present and ready to return. They went ahead anyway and are saying they are going to deduct the cost of getting their locks changed from my final paycheck. I feel this is extremely unjust and unfair to me. I have not so much as a speeding ticket on my personal record. I have an impeccable record, and I feel they are acting very immaturely and intentionally trying to short me. Do I have a case? Should I contact a lawyer? Thank you in advance for anyone who is more familiar with laws regarding this than I am.
    10 answers · 6 hours ago
  • For asked to get out of my vehicle to fuel up at a bp?

    Best answer: Unusual, but legal.

    Their store, their rules.

    My guess is it requires the driver to remain at the pump in case in malfunctions, and it allows the video to capture an image of the driver in case they do a drive-off.
    Best answer: Unusual, but legal.

    Their store, their rules.

    My guess is it requires the driver to remain at the pump in case in malfunctions, and it allows the video to capture an image of the driver in case they do a drive-off.
    8 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Do attorneys buy fake items on eBay?

    My cousin have a shop on eBay and he sells authentic phone cases for cheap like half price cut from the original price. However recently he notices that there’s one user in particular making repetitive orders from him and upon checking his name it turns out to be an attorney. So far my cousin sold one to him. ... show more
    My cousin have a shop on eBay and he sells authentic phone cases for cheap like half price cut from the original price. However recently he notices that there’s one user in particular making repetitive orders from him and upon checking his name it turns out to be an attorney. So far my cousin sold one to him. What’s the attorney intention in purchasing a lot?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • How can I prove neighbor vandalized car?

    I've been having so many problems with my neighbor. Well recently she decided to take matters into her own hands and decided to start vandalizing (keyed) my car. I set up a camera and when she went for the slashing of my tires, her face was covered!!! How can I prove it was her?!?!
    I've been having so many problems with my neighbor. Well recently she decided to take matters into her own hands and decided to start vandalizing (keyed) my car. I set up a camera and when she went for the slashing of my tires, her face was covered!!! How can I prove it was her?!?!
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • I have been ordered by the courts to do a paternity test, I'm in Australia and have 3 weeks to do it, is there any way I can get out?

    Of this, I am married and don't want this other woman to do this to me I don't want to loose my wife over a one night stand with a baby, I'm planning on not turning up so they can adjourn it to buy me time, if I got a doctors certificate would this work I already know what will happen if I go il be... show more
    Of this, I am married and don't want this other woman to do this to me I don't want to loose my wife over a one night stand with a baby, I'm planning on not turning up so they can adjourn it to buy me time, if I got a doctors certificate would this work I already know what will happen if I go il be paying child support and God knows what please help
    33 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should I lawyer up on my medical debt case?

    Best answer: The biggest problem you have is that you waited too long. In most states they have what is called the statute of limitations, that is usually from 2 years on, and if not sued, then you are (barred) forever on pursuing. Now auto policies (exclude) payments due to racing. But unknown about health insurance, if... show more
    Best answer: The biggest problem you have is that you waited too long. In most states they have what is called the statute of limitations, that is usually from 2 years on, and if not sued, then you are (barred) forever on pursuing.


    Now auto policies (exclude) payments due to racing. But unknown about health insurance, if they could bar, since health insurance pays for medical treatment be it an accident, or for just a disease.


    Either way, with most health insurance, you may have up to 1 year to appeal the denial, then if not paid, then goes to collections, which it appears it did.


    But, if this was a "legal" race competition, then the company should have paid under the company's insurance, (unless) you signed a waiver.


    Why did you wait 6 years vs 1 year or 2 at max? My guess will be barred due to the Statute of Limitations.


    YES, I strongly suggest you make an appointment in person with a lawyer for your legal rights. Most will give you 1 free short consult. But, if you think you would be able to find a no fee/no win lawyer, then NO, since they only take (winning) cases, and usually from payment from a company/insurance. But at least the lawyer can advise if this has gone (past) the statute of limitations, thus barred forever or not.
    13 answers · 2 days ago