This is the BID Business plan designed to deliver economic benefits to the Dartmouth business community over the next 5 years. The strategy is much like that of other successful BIDS designed to be flexible and allow ongoing development within each area as we work in partnership with our stakeholders and listen and adapt to their individual needs.
This sample motion to quash service for lack of jurisdiction for California is used when a defendant is being sued in California but does not live there and has had no contacts with the state that would confer jurisdiction. The motion is made pursuant to Section 418.10 of the Code of Civil Procedure and contains a memorandum of points and authorities with citations to case law and statutory authority, a sample declaration and proof of service by mail. The author is a freelance paralegal that has worked in California and Federal litigation since 1995 and has used this sample for many years. Note that the author is NOT an attorney and no guarantee or warranty is provided.
Protect your home & family with more than 100 ready-to-use legal forms With The Savvy Mom's Book of Legal Forms, protecting your family and property has never been easier. Based on his more than twenty-year career as a lawyer, Cliff Roberson gives you more than 100 customizable forms for dealing with common legal issues that affect the average family and provides detailed guidance on using them correctly. Every document has been reviewed by an attorney to guarantee it does what it's supposed to do. Plus, a CD-ROM with extra resources and a handy legal glossary make sure you can handle almost any issue that comes your way. Legal forms cover: Family protection Medical and financial protection Identity theft protection Residential rental property agreements Home protection Hiring independent contractors Pet protection Insurance and estate planning
A planning guide that takes you from the moment the potential client steps into your office, through all aspects of case preparation, to the moment you step before the judge as an advocate. Covers in detail: • Initial client interview • Investigation of the case • Gathering evidence • Case organization • Initiating lawsuits • Preserving the attorney-client relationship • Retaining an expert • Preparation of demonstrative evidence • Final 100 days First published in 1981. 1 Volume; updated with revisions.