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Criminal Law

Maintain Privacy To Protect Against Identity Theft

25th March 2010
Learning how to protect against identify theft may not prevent it from happening, but it can greatly reduce the chances of someone using your information for illegal gain. Essentially, to protect against identify theft takes a little common sense and the ...
Author: lisa lucero
Criminal Law

Education Is Power: Identity Theft Facts

22nd March 2010
Probably one of the most personal crimes that can be inflicted upon an individual is identity theft. This is because it affects more than just the stealing of items, money or gaining access to credit card accounts, but it literally allows the thief to pos...
Author: lisa lucero
Business Law

What You Need To Do To Get A Settlement Advance?

18th March 2010
Do you want to know more about settlement advance? It is a financial program styled to help plaintiffs. The money helps them pursue their lawsuit. In case of unfavorable verdict, you are not obliged to pay back the money. To be approved of lawsuit financi...
Author: Rudy Silva

Resolve IRA tax debt with a NY CPA

02nd December 2009
Do you fear tax time? Most people who live in NY and all around do because they would rather get back then to be required to give. Going to a CPA can be scary if you are not prepared. Here are some helpful tips and hints to help you resolve IRA tax debt w...
Author: Jonathan Medows, CPA


24th April 2007
INTRODUCTION:The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 is an Act to define the law relating to promissory notes, bills of exchange and cheques. This Act has been amended several times commencing from 1885 till 2002. The most important amendment is by Act 66 of...
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