Usually yes, but it depends on the laws of your country. Usually, the laws may require that you take the car back to it's country of origin at a certain interval of time, but even so you have to take the car back to the country in which is registered to get the MOT (in England) test or equivalent every few years, depending on the legislation. Not to mention the fact that you have to get the vehicle's public insurance (I'm not sure how it's called, but in Romania and in the EU you have to have an insurance on your vehicle, so in case of a collision that resulted from your fault you can pay the repairs of the victim. It's mandatory by law to have such an insurance) and the vehicle's green card. So, in conclusion, unless you live near the border it's not very practical.
Only if there is not a court of jurisdiction in the county where the debtor resides, which is not likely.
No, you can not register a car in a state that you do not reside in. It is illegal to do so, you must register your car where you live.
i live in ft lauderdale. can i apply for section 8 in kissimee
Yes you can, but you have to register again
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If you live and register the car in Illinois then you will pay the Illinois car dealer for the sales tax. If you live in a different state than where you bought the car the dealer might collect the sales tax if the two states have a cooperative agreement. If the states do not have an agreement you will pay the sales tax when your register the car.
some parts are different so i think eastern is channel 34.
i think it depends on what county you live in. i live in spartanburg county and on Sunday we need to travel out of the county to get our beer. i think your best bet would be to stock up on Saturday, regardless of where you live. better safe than sorry, right?
Be registered with the political party whose nomination he or she is seeking for not less than three months immediately prior to the time the declaration of candidacy is presented to the county elections official or, if eligible to register for less than three months, for as long as he or she has been eligible to register to vote
More than likely, I would suggest finding a phone number for the school and calling about it.
A company register is a register of organizations in the jurisdiction they operate under. A statistical business register has a different purpose than a company register.
You can register for that school, yes, but you'll have to provide your own transportation. Don't expect them to send a bus just for you.