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Posted 23-Apr-18 08:54 AM

Can I reopen a domestic violence case if it was dismissed in Texas by a grand jury?

In 2014 I was the victim of domestic abuse by my now ex boyfriend. He was a police officer at the time of the attack. I ended up with a broken nose that required surgery. I filed a claim with crime victims but could not get all what I was entitled to due to my ex boyfriends noncooperation. The prosecutor that was assigned to to the case did not talk to me one time before the day I was told I was required to go to court. I thought she was from crime victims and that I had to deal with her even though I never talked to her on the phone or In person. I was not even able to renew my restraining order because I could never get through to the police station or detective. When I arrive to the courtroom. I found out that none of my medical records had been requested to show the grand jury the damage done and I was made out to be the cause of the violence. I was never offered a VIS or even heard about it until after the fact. I was told by the prosecutor that she deliberately scheduled me to be last. Knowing the jury would be tired and annoyed from being in court all day. After she called me and told me the case was dismissed and apologized and said, ?hey, well I thought you were really pretty? like that was supposed to cheer me up. Then she said that she had been talking to his supervisors about how he was doing and ably the case when they directly were still in contact with him. I feel like she swayed the jury to be on his side and I was left with no justice being served. Not one time did she contact me. Just her assistant. And all of my requests to talk and meet up with her were never met

Posted 20-Apr-18 16:20 PM

Inheritance tax law

If you inherited money but you were not informed by the bank you were not to withdraw it as it must still need to be taxed but was told you could transfer the funds into your bank account and you are living in different countries but now they are claiming the money from you. But you were not able to access the money its been placed on hold

Posted 09-Apr-18 17:02 PM

How do I know the Central Jurisdiction for my #GST registration?

Where should I search for Commissionerate, Division and Range for my business during GST registration?

You should browse to https://cbec-gst.gov.in/know-your-jurisdiction.html . Then, on the left hand side menu, select the name of your state from the drop down.

Then expand the relevant zone from the Zone sub-menu. Next scroll to your district name and click on the expand option (plus + sign). You shall see a list of divisions. Click on the division name (and not the plus sign). All ranges in the division shall be listed on the right. Keep clicking on division names till you find a range within that division with your address, area mentioned under it. Ufortunately, browsing through the data is the only option presently. Once you find your area, you have found the right range, division and zone information! 

 

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Posted 09-Apr-18 16:43 PM

What is Trade Name when going for #GST registration?

At the second step of the GST registration process, I am asked for a Trade Name at https://reg.gst.gov.in/registration/ What does Trade Name mean here?

Trade name is the name of our company/legal entity, in case you're not a sole propreitor. In case you're registering as a sole propreitor, please use the name of your establishment as Trade name

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Kiran Gill

Posted 06-Apr-18 17:21 PM

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Consider becoming an affiliate of such websites and then you can legally use their hyperlinks for commercial benefits

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Posted 03-Apr-18 19:51 PM

how far are parents liable for the debts incurred by their deceased son?

Son has been living separately past 15 years and not in touch with his parents. He is married and divorced. He took loan from bank for setting up of business. Now bank has made his parents as Legal representative and asking them to pay. Son has not given any estate to his parents. Please answer soon with supporting case laws!!

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