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Are you allowed to drive out of state with a temporary NJ plate / registration on a new car?Simple… total Answer ….. “YES!”The Temporary Registration is the same, legally as the permanent registration, but different… because … it is “temporary.”
Are you not allowed to pump your own gas in the state of New Jersey because of safety reasons like starting fires?New Jersey used to have a lot of chemical plants and refineries. Bad things were happening… not just fires (although that is certainly bad), but spills, overflows, and every manner of improper cleanup and disposal.It is one of the reasons New Jersey has so many Federal “superfund” toxic waste locations.Anyway, additions to the original fire prevention laws address issues like bonding (licensure and insurance) for chemical transfer, waste management and disposal, transportation and so on… and to assure the laws applied universally, they extend all the way to local gas stations pumping gas.That attendant is actually (supposed to be) trained, insured, and qualified to pump gas.
In the state of New Jersey, how long does it take to close out an estate?I’ve spoken to a number of folks about this and three years seems to be relatively common to finish up the very last of the signNow work. The amount of documentation the person left, the records, the size of the estate and family complications will make it longer or shorters depending, but 3 years seems to be not uncommon.
Is there a California DMV registration form for an out-of-state-leased new vehicle?It is inconsequential from where the vehicle originated, purchased or leased. The process is the same.Vehicle Registration and Title Information Home PageHowever, do be aware you have to be granted authority from the leasing company to register the vehicle in another state from its origin.
How do I register an out-of-state gun in New Jersey?You don’t. I’m assuming that you are moving to NJ with a firearm you legally owned in a different state, correct?NJ law, to the contrary of what some may “think”, does NOT require nor have a system in place for firearms registration. The only firearms that need be registered in NJ were those that fell under the NJ assault weapons ban and were owned IN STATE before 5/1/90. If it does fall under NJ’s assault weapons definition, get it out of NJ. There is no means to register an “assault weapon” after 5/1/90.As long as the firearm you are moving to NJ with does not meet the definition of “assault weapon” under NJ law, and you are not a prohibited person, it is legal to own and posses in your home. Once you have established residency it is HIGHLY recommended that you apply for a “Firearm purchasers ID” at your local police department. You will need one to transport firearms to the range and to buy ammo in NJ anyway.When transporting the firearm into NJ have it unloaded(that includes any magazines), in a separate case from any ammo(preferably a hard case) in an area of your vehicle NOT accessible by the driver(locked in the trunk is good). Do NOT make any unnecessary stops(gas/flat tire only). Transporting the firearm from your previous out of state residence to your new NJ residence you are covered under FOPA ‘86(be aware people have still been harassed by PRNJ police).Ammo: DO NOT bring any “hollow point” handgun ammunition with you. Again despite what some think, “hollow points” ARE legal to posses in NJ. There are however very strict regulations regarding transportation of “hollow points” and only sworn police officers may have them in a pistol they are carrying(even retired police who can carry are relegated to ‘ball’ ammo).
How much federal taxes are taken out of $7718.69 in the state of New Jersey?There are two parts to this question - federal and state taxes are calculated separately.For federal taxes, you will be subject to last years’ federal income tax brackets. For 2016, you will owe somewhere around 10% on anything below $9,275. The exact amount will vary depending on your filing status, taxable portion of the income, deductions, exemptions, credits, and so on.For NJ state taxes, you will owe $108 according to the current tax table (your amount falls between the $7700 and $7750 line). See link below for more information (click on Tax Table):NJ Division of TaxationFor general information and tax forms, visit NJ Division of Taxation Home PageHope this helps.