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North Dakota Small Claims
What is a Small Claims Court? In North Dakota, small claims court is a division of district court where cases may be heard that involve recovery of money or cancellation of an agreement. The process is simple enough for a person to handle their case without an attorney. More Filing a Small Claims Court? ... READ MORE

North Dakota Statutes of Limitations
"Statutes of limitations" are laws that set time limits on how long you have to file a "civil" lawsuit, like a personal injury lawsuit, or how long the state has to prosecute someone for committing a crime. These time limits usually depend on the legal claim or crime involved in the case, and they're ... READ MORE

The Criminal Law Procedure in North Dakota
The United States has standard procedures regarding the criminal process that are mandated by the Constitution. However, there are some differences from state to state. If you're faced with a criminal matter or conviction in North Dakota, here are a few things you should know. Your Rights Law enforcement ... READ MORE

North Dakota Personal Injury Damages
A personal injury claim provides a legal remedy or monetary compensation if you have suffered a physical injury caused by another person or entity. That person or entity must either have been negligent or intentionally caused you harm. You can bring a claim for physical injury, pain and suffering, and ... READ MORE

North Dakota Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... READ MORE

What Steps are Involved in Selling a Home in North Dakota?
Selling a house in North Dakota can have serious legal repercussions if you don't know and follow all state and local regulations. Before selling your home, there are a number of things you should know. Help From an Agent A real estate agent has the tools, knowledge and resources to determine the current ... READ MORE

ND What is Small Claims Court
In North Dakota, small claims court is a division of district court where cases may be heard that involve recovery of money or cancellation of any agreement involving material fraud, deception, misrepresentation or false promise. There are simple procedures for small claims and specifically designed ... READ MORE

ND Witnesses at a Small Claims Trial
Witnesses are people who come to court to tell what they have seen or heard. These people should either be witnesses who saw what happened or experts on the subject matter of the claim involved in your case. Before you bring any witnesses to trial, discuss the case with potential witnesses who have personal ... READ MORE

Understand Expungement in North Dakota
An expungement and record sealing allows individuals arrested or convicted of certain crimes to have their criminal record wiped clean or eradicated so that a criminal background check will not reveal any evidence of past criminal conduct. Because of concerns over liability and theft in the workplace ... READ MORE

Explaining North Dakota Labor and Employment
Both federal and state employment law protects employees throughout the employment process, from hiring to firing. Here are the basic laws that protect employees in North Dakota. Hiring Rules It is Illegal to discriminate against job applicants or employees because of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, ... READ MORE

 

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