Take Control: How To File A Complaint Against A Car Dealer

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You may want to file a complaint against a dealer for things like:

  • Dealer did not provide me with the title to my vehicle
  • Dealer did not provide me with other paperwork needed to register my vehicle
  • Dealer did not pay off lienholders
  • Dealer is selling faulty vehicles
  • Dealer went out of business before providing me with paperwork/other

If any of these things happened to you, you have the right to file a complaint against the dealer. It does not cost anything to file a complaint and most states allow you to file a complaint online.

 

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How To Get A New Mexico Contractors License

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In an effort to protect consumers from being victimized by unscrupulous individuals, New Mexico requires all contractors to have a New Mexico Contractors License before they begin working in the state. This includes general construction, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing work.

Licenses are issued by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department.

Short on time? Check out our Contractor License FAQ page.

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Texas Combative Sports Promoter Bond: Why You Need 2

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Texas Promoter Bond – You Need Two


Since 1941, Texas legislature has required combat sports promoters to hold surety bonds (more commonly known as Promoter Bonds) with their licenses. 

As a promoter of combative sports in Texas, you need to hold two bonds:

  • a general license bond and
  • a gross sales tax receipt bond

When you apply for your Texas promoter’s license, you will be required to obtain these bonds before you can be issued a license.

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How To Get a Washington Wholesale Dealer License – Not What You Think

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How to get a Washington Wholesale Dealer License

 

Effective July 1, 2017, you will no longer be able to apply for a Washington Wholesale Dealer License. The Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) will stop issuing these licenses as of July 1, 2017.

As of July 1, 2018, the DOL will not be renewing old Washington Wholesale Dealer Licenses.

As of July 1, 2019, the entire “wholesale dealer license” category will be eliminated from Washington state laws.

Read the fine print in the bill: House Bill 1722.

 

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Get Licensed: Hawaii Seller Of Travel

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A seller of travel is any person, firm, corporation, or business who offers for sale prearranged travel, tourist-related services, or tour-guide services for other people through vacation or tour packages. 

Hawaii’s seller of travel law requires all individuals who seek to sell travel services in Hawaii to get licensed with the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs.

If you want to sell charter tours, you will need to get a different license. Check out the tutorial here.   

 

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Get Licensed: Hawaii Travel Agency With Charter Tour Operator

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Hawaii seller of travel law requires all individuals who seek to sell charter tours in Hawaii to get licensed with the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs.

Charter tour” means any travel services in which a travel agency contracts with an air carrier and offers for sale a charter, with or without related ground transportation or hotel accommodations.

If you wish to only sell travel services (no charter tours) then you can get a general Hawaii Seller of Travel License. Check out the tutorial here.

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How Do Condemnation Bonds Work?

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What is Condemnation of Property?

Condemnation is the process where private property is taken for public use. Condemnation can often be confused or interchanged with the term eminent domain, but this is incorrect. Eminent domain is defined as the power of the government to take private property for public use. Eminent domain is the power; condemnation is the process.

An example of condemnation of property is when private land is bought out to make way for a new highway. The private land becomes condemned so the highway can be built.

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