Can I put money in a parking meter for someone else's car?
Anyone can put money in a parking meter for someone else, but this activity, called re-metering, is illegal in some cities. An enterprising type of individual arose some years back and made a business of sorts by feeding the meters of people whose time had expired, or nearly so. This person would then leave a self-addressed envelope on the vehicle asking for compensation which, obviously, was voluntary. The individual who was (possibly or probably) saved from getting a parking ticket might be inclined to put a few bucks in the envelope and post it. That, after all, was a return of the favor, and cheaper (by far) than having to pay a parking citation. City fathers in some of the urban areas where this was happening decided that this activity, re-metering, was costing the city because it cut into the revenues generated by issuing parking citations. Local ordinances sprang up here and there as other cities joined the move to protect the income being generated by parking enforcement activities.
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One may generally insure the property of another if you have aninsurable interest in it. This means that you have a financialinterest in the property that may be harmed if the… property isdamaged or destroyed. .
Answer . \nNo. Insurance cannot be obtained on property which the policy holder has no vested interest or ability to control.
Answer . \nthat depends on their insurance policy
Answer . \nYou just can't place your loan in someone else's name. That other person has to get his/her\nown loan for the car and pay off your loan.
Who is responsible if a 16-year-old driving someone else's car hit and severely damaged your vehicle which was legally parked?
Answer . It depends.... If the girl that hit your car has car insurance that covers her while driving another persons vehicle, go after her and her insurance company. But …if not, go after the owner of the vehicle, they are responsible for the vehicle at all times. The insurance company doesnt care who is driving.
Answer . \nYes.
if they are from the same bank you should be able to send to other acct wih online banking. if they are at a different bank than yours, its an email money transfer. other part…y must also have online banking in order to do this
Yes. We call that "giving someone a car."
There are many ways to accomplish a registration for someone else: Agency (like a dealer who sold the car to you); POA (power of attorney for the owner who is on vacation over…seas); spousal agency (with a note from your husband or wife); trustee (for a trust making the purchase); executor (for the estate of a deceased person); etc.
no it is illegal t open someone else's mailbox
Anybody who fits the legal requirements to drive in that jurisdiction, and has permission from the vehicle's owner, can drive the vehicle.
it depends on if your actually nice enough to help someone out who is in need of assistance. There isn't a rule that says you cant do it.
being nosy or intrusive
no unfortunately there is no software out yet that allows you to transfer apps from one itouch to another but I'm sure apple will make a app or something that lets you do that… in the not to distant future
You don't. If you're not financing the car, you have no claim to the car, unless a court awards it as part of a settlement. You can't just put a lien on someone's car because …they owe you money. The only way you can do this is if you're selling them the car and allowing them to make payments on it. And you do that before they get a chance to get behind on their payments, and while you still hold the title. Another Perspective Generally, you can obtain a judgment lien in civil court if you have proof that money is owed to you on a debt. You need to sue them in court and win a judgment in your favor. The court will issue a judgment lien that the sheriff can use to seize any property of the debtor to satisfy the lien. If you are thinking of a mechanic's lien for work done on the car then perform an online search for mechanic's liens in your state. Mechanic's liens are more complicated and the rules vary in different jurisdictions. You may need to consult an attorney.