Answer: Generally speaking,your Ex-wife-provided you were legally married and not cohabiting as partners -will have certain rights to dispose off some of your assets in the event of a breakdown-however-this may be construed and or seen as an illegal act in your eyes-nevertheless the Courts seldom view this as a criminal matter. Was a settlement[otherwise known as "Ancillary relief"] and or decree Nisi and decree absolute granted to yourselves by the Courts? Was the boat bought with financial help from your wife-or did she ever contribute anything towards it? These alongwith several questions are raised before the Courts,hence the difficulties in determining true ownership in matrimonial matters. Do you know who she sold the boat to? Perhaps if the new owners were alerted of a dispute of ownership they may just decide to return and or sue your Ex for sale of a disputed item..."without certainty of legal ownership" by the seller, [Your Ex] Speak to a good divorce attorney in Louisiana in any event,for detailed advise.
Answer: If you fell off, and you were without your skis, you should make tons of noise like yelling,"Hey, over here!" If they still do not see you, splash in the water, and if there is a stick nearby you could wave it in the air.
Answer: The steering wheel on an outboard powered vessel, turns the engine port and starboard, (left and right) to steer the craft. On an inboard/outboard powered vessel, the outdrive unit is steered in the desired direction of travel. For an straight inboard powered vessel, the helm is connected to a rudder which when turned, steers the craft port or starboard.
Answer: As the executor, you are responsible for ensuring that the assets of the deceassed cover any of their debts. If there s still a negative balance an equity, the estate becomes property of the deceased home state and the creditors are out the money. You are in NO way responsible, and cannot inherit another individuals death. Unless of course you sign a re-affirmation that you are taking over the note on the boat, in which case it then becomes your property.
Answer: No size boat is totally safe when dealing with all that nature can thow at you. I have been in the ocean in a 22 foot boat and a 36 foot boat, and there were times they were both too small for the weather. The best answer is, but the biggest boat you can afford, one with a deep V, and heavy enough to be stable. Make sure you have as many of the safety features as possible, flare guns, ship to shore radio, compass, life raft, emergency loactor beacon (in case you fall over-board), etc. Also file a trip report with the Coast Guard, and have someone who knows when you should arrive in case you are late they can call the authorities.
Answer: Provided you paid for the orginal boat with post tax dollars, and the boat was not used in a business which declared the boat as an asset of the business, there is no tax. If the boat was used in the operation of a business, and was part of the assets, you must declare the sale on your business taxes. Otherwise there is no taxes.
Answer: A First Aid Kit should be easily accessible from anywhere in thehome. A kitchen is a great place to store a first aid kit becausethere are many accidents that can happen in the kitchen. Forexample, burns, cuts, scrapes, are just a few reasons why youshould keep a first aid kit in the kitchen.
Answer: Little Tikes have a webpage themselves, going there would be preferable to buying it anywhere else. Unfortunately they only ship inside the U.S, but on the other hand they are having a sale at the moment
Answer: Answerthe galley. Answer
The galley is the kitchen of the ship. The best explanation as to its origin is that it is a corruption of "gallery". Ancient sailors cooked their meals on a brick or stone gallery laid amidships.
Answer: The steering wheel of a ship or boat is called the wheel, sometimes the trick wheel on ships with multiple steering systems. The propeller of the boat or ship is sometimes also called the wheel or screw.