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Plaintiff agreed to pay rental till of such time the Defendant is able to find a suited employment or in such case of marriage or a common law husband, the agreement will be dissolved.

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My husband is on parole and ended up getting another charge that was later null processed. Seems to me that since the charge was nul processed, then he should be released, right? We live in arkansas


Yes, it sounds like he shouldn't be in there, but the courts send people to prison, the warden just looks after them. The court needs to issue an order for his release. because the decision was taken not to prosecute. He was on parole, he was charged, they put him back in prison, they decided not to prosecute, he should be released. I would phone the court that sent him to prison for the parole violation. I would speak to the public prosecutor, not his defender.

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nolle prosequi. (no-lay pro-say-kwee) n. Latin for "we shall no longer prosecute," which is a declaration made to the judge by a prosecutor in a criminal case (or by a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit) either before or during trial, meaning the case against the defendant is being dropped.

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https://www.nolo.com/.../whats-the-difference-between-nolle-prosequi-dismissal-charg... Nolle prosequi is a Latin phrase meaning "will no longer prosecute" or a variation on the same. It amounts to a dismissal of charges by the prosecution. Some states, like New York, for example, don't use the phrase. Rather, they simply use the term dismissal.

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How can we get our money as it was paid.balance


"The Rental Housing Act [No.50 of 1999] provides for the establishment of Rental Housing Tribunals in all provinces of South Africa and grants them the authority to settle disputes between tenants and landlords. So far only three of the nine provinces have created housing tribunals, Gauteng, Western Cape, and North West.
Rental Housing Tribunals use the same procedures as a Labor Court and give rulings with the same power as those of a magistrate's court. The tribunal has 30 days to help the parties reach a solution. If any party is not satisfied with the proceedings of the tribunal, he may take the case to the High Court."

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Good Day I will just like to know what is my laws regarding still getting paid cash after a year and 3 months.


You can't draw UIF unless you or a deceased spouse paid into the fund. If your employer was required to pay it (and not all are required to do so), your pay check would have a UIF record on it. You were paid in cash and that suggests no record of employment exists. Any suggestion that your employer has done something wrong will likely rule out you working there again. Ideally, you need to work for an employer that pays UIF and that UIF record would be on the paycheck issued by the employer if it is being paid. You probably can learn if your employer was supposed to be paying UIF but that knowledge will not get you UIF. The Department of Labor could tell you. Or this site might:

UIF Solutions Know your UIF rights

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However, payment regarding maternity leave may be a different matter, one worth discussing with the Department:

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What recourse Is there if , the judge ruled in favor of the plaintiff. Because the defendant was no aware that they had to file a notice of motion for summary judgement, in New Jersey?


no recourse action available
it is the plaintiffs responsibility to ensure all legal processes are observed
next time get a lawyer to cover your legal requirements for the court

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What is the rule regarding Demotions and Pay cuts in California?


Your employer can act peremptorily, arbitrarily or inconsistently, and without good cause when terminating you. So long as your employer did not fire you for a unlawful reason your employer was likely within its right to do so. The employer's right to terminate "at-will" also includes the right to make prospective changes to the terms of employment agreement as well. For more details about rule regarding Demotions and Pay cuts in California you can prefer to view at Will Employment California.

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Why is legislation / employment law important in upholding and protecting the rights of BOTH employer/employee?


Our basic judge made law came from the English common law. The rights provided by federal and state employment statute did not exist at common law.

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Is thier commom law marriage in the state of fla?


There has been no Common Law Marriage in Florida since 1968.

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