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AZFLSE is committed to protecting the online privacy of children and making the Internet safe for all of our visitors. Other than voluntarily submitted e-mail addresses, AZFLSE does not collect personally identifiable information from children under 13. Any e-mail addresses that are collected are used to provide a single inquiry response or pass through message and are not retained after delivering a single response or pass through message. The "Questions," and "Comments" sections do not require at most a first name, age, city and state, which are not considered personally identifiable information. We encourage parents of children under 13 to regularly check and monitor their children's use of e-mail and other activities online. Parents may also consider using parental control tools available from online service providers and software manufacturers. These tools may be used to prevent children from disclosing their name, address, and other personal information online.
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the apartments where I lived took me to court for nonpayment it went to trial and was dismissed because of no show from apartments. Now what? do they not get the rent they wanted? they wouldn't process my October payment and tried to say in court that I slid it under office door(not true) and that's what took this to trial.Theres a lot more to the story, im on section 8 and only pay portion of rent. They have recognized that I pay $271.00 but still bill me $618.00 and for utilities when they are included for everyone. So again where's that leave me.
I am a homeowner, temporarily living and working out of state and have allowed a family member to live there rent free. She is taking over the utilities, I continue to pay the mortgage, taxes and insurance. She also will take care of maintenance and her own personal desired improvements, with permission, at her expense. My question is, does this relationship put me in a position of being a landlord, which I do not want to be, or am I a non-resident homeowner? Can you point me to state law and statutes on this subject?
I am currently 17 and 3 almost 4mons.My mother lost us to cps and the case is still open. Can i emancipate myself and get custody of my little brother?
Can a employer ask for my age and social security number on an online application before I have been offered job and hired?
What is the statute of limitations in AZ for credit card debt? What date does the statute of limitations start? Is it date of first delinquency or date of last action? I have old credit card debt I show last payment I made to original creditor in Oct. 2002, a debt collector is now saying the debt is from July 2003. They are also threatening legal action and wage garnishment. Can they take me to court?
my father pass away in 2008 he was the one who took care of the bill and finaces for the house my mother and father both retired but my father went back to work after 70 and rebuild the house 2006 and 2007 katrena, my stayed home a way after my father died my had stroke after stroke, dementia, she couldn't remember to pay her bill well i have been taken care of her for seven years she pass 2014 aug. now i have been going back and forth with jp morgan comp. chase bank. to due a remodifaction loan, now i have a letter sayingthe loan has been paid i have to get my own insurance the will not insur
What does it take to get a civil standby order and how long does it take? I have an order of protection against him but i need to go get my childrens things. What do i need to do?
I am wondering how to fill out the application to set aside worksheet.
The property management company was aware that there is a mentally ill and violent criminal in our condo complex. I did not know this. Can I legally get out of my lease because they did not divulge this information? No one is safe here, he's threatening people's lives, is in and out of court. Thank you
I moved out of a rental home on 10/16/15 but was made to pay for the entire month of October. Did the 14 days for returning my deposit start on 10/16 or 10/31? Also, 14 days since both days has passed and I'd like to file a claim in Small Claims Court but I moved out of state. Are there options for out of state former tenants or must I travel back to Arizona? Thank you.
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