Requires the information be provided to the person requesting it.
Methods of Service
A Subpoena to Testify or a Subpoena for Records is generally served on an individual by a process server personal (in hand) delivery. For service on an individual, under certain circumstances it may be appropriate to use an alternate method of service such as “Substituted Service” or “Conspicuous Service.”
An employer may ask you for all sorts of information about your background, especially during the hiring process. For example, some employers may ask about your employment history, your education, your criminal record, your financial history, your medical history, or your use of online social media.
It’s legal for employers to ask questions about your background or to require a background check — with certain exceptions. They’re not permitted to ask your for medical information until they offer you a job, and they’re not allowed to ask for your genetic information, including your family medical history, except in limited circumstances.
If you die without a will, your property still must be distributed. The probate court in your area will appoint someone (who may or may not be the person you would have wanted to comb through all your affairs) as the administrator of your estate who will be responsible for distributing your property in accordance with the law of your state.
In New York City, apartments are generally under rent stabilization if they are:
In buildings of six or more units built between February 1, 1947 and December 31, 1973;
In buildings built before February 1, 1947, with tenants who moved in after June 30, 1971;
In buildings with three or more apartments constructed or extensively renovated on or after January 1, 1974 with special tax benefits.
Outside New York City, rent stabilized apartments are generally found in buildings with six or more apartments that were built before January 1, 1974.
Local Rent Guidelines Boards in New York City, Nassau, Rockland and Westchester counties set maximum rates for rent increases once a year which are effective for one or two year leases beginning on or after October 1 each year. Tenants in rent stabilized apartments are entitled to required essential services and lease renewals on the same terms and conditions as the original lease, and may not be evicted except on grounds allowed by law.
Colorado does not have any education or registration requirements for private process servers. Colorado Rule of Civil Procedure 4(d) provides as follows:
(d) By Whom Served. Process may be served within the United States or its Territories by any person whose age is eighteen years or older, not a party to the action. Process served in a foreign country shall be according to any internationally agreed means reasonably calculated to give notice, the law of the foreign country, or as directed by the foreign authority or the court if not otherwise prohibited by international agreement.
It is a criminal violation to drive while your license is suspended or revoked, and there are mandatory fines from $200 to $5,000. You can face mandatory imprisonment or probation. The vehicle being driven could be seized and forfeited. More severe penalties apply to drivers who drive while intoxicated or impaired by alcohol or drugs while their license or privilege are already under suspension or revocation for a previous
Rent control limits the rent an owner may charge for an apartment and restricts the right of the owner to evict tenants. The rent control program applies to residential buildings constructed before February, 1947 in municipalities that have not declared an end to the postwar rental housing emergency. Rent control is still in effect in New York City and parts of Albany, Erie, Nassau, Rensselaer, Schenectady, and Westchester counties.