Answer: In one way or another all corporations have officers. Most standard corporations have the usual officers such as president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. Many states have statutes that provide for an alternative corporate structure for small corporations for family businesses that do not require such officers, but instead allow one person to function as two or more of those officers. Since a corporation is a legal entity separate and apart from the people who operate it, it must have officers with legal authority to act on behalf of the corporation.
Answer: you need to be more specific, what is the date tomorrow and when did you last get paid?For example, I get paid once a month, on the last day of the month unless it is a weekend. So, I will get paid on the 31st October 2009 which is a Saturday, so I will get paid on Friday the 30th October 2009 instead.Hope this helps.
Answer: In New York City there are 400 Truant Officers called Attendance Teachers. Attendance Teachers are assigned to work with school staff to follow up on student absentee reports with telephone calls and visits to students homes to inquire about the reasons for their absence. The New York City Police Department operates a truancy patrol team that detains truants who are caught on the streets during school hours and returns them to school.
Answer: they get paid 5000 dollars a month depending on the amount of hours they have worked throughout the monthly time period. They receive $65 each month for successfully completing the physical test and $135 each month if they have been a correctional officer for over 5 years.
Answer: there is no statute that prohibits some one from collecting social security payments from the time their service is over. If they were to go back to prison the payments would stop and then go back to the governemtn.
Answer: The simple answer is if the title is in your name, you are the legal owner. However, if there was a contract between you and your wife, she could be declared the legal owner in court upon showing she fulfilled her contractual obligations by paying it in full.