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Can anyone in South Carolina real estate explain a “Exclusive right to buy buyer agency contract? I’ve bought and sold many times and I’ve never come across these.That is an agreement allowing the broker to represent you in the purchase of real estate for the time period set forth in the contract. It is sometimes called a buyer broker contract. Exclusive right to buy means that you are agreeing to work with that broker or their designated agent exclusively to buy a property. It is very common for brokers to ask buyers to sign an agency agreement. By signing this agreement you are no longer a customer but a client and the broker now has a limited fiduciary responsibility to act in your best interests. If you are not a client but a customer the brokers responsibility to you is lessened. I suggest that you look up client vs. customer. It will spell out the differences.
How much did AT&T pay Apple to have the exclusive rights to sell the iPhone when they first came out?Apple actually had worked out a deal with Cingular, when AT&T bought them, AT&T kept the deal (I imagine they might have been able to limit the scope of the deal to only areas where Cingular had been doing business).I don’t believe they paid any money.They did however cede an enormous amount of control that cell phone companies at the point never gave up. In fact even now most of them don’t give it up for anything other then an iPhone.The deal let iPhones be sold without any AT&T branding. Even phones sold in AT&T stores had zero AT&T branding. The deal let iPhones be sold with no carrier bundled apps. In fact the only place “AT&T” appeared in iPhoneOS 1.0 UI was the carrier string displayed with the antenna bars. AT&T gave up the right to control the iPhone software (and hardware) in any way, except they were allowed to test the radio software and confirm that nothing violated the GSM spec and harmed the health of the network, and even that AT&T had to do in a strict and short time scale. Oh, and AT&T had to let Apple sign the customers up (via iTunes), which I think is the only thing Apple let go of later, in exchange for a large device subsidy (that is why iPhone’s dropped in “price” from $650 to more like $200 or $300 in year two).I’m pretty sure nobody else wanted to sign that deal with Apple, so Cingular getting a multiyear exclusive wasn’t that big a deal for at least the first year.
How likely are you to win a car from filling out a form at a mall? Who drives the new car home? What are your chances to win another car again?I am going to get pretty literal here. Please forgive meHow likely are you to win a car from filling out a form at a mall? In the US, at least, this is usually spelled out somewhere on the form or on a website listed on the form. If it is not, you could ask (and may or may not get a truthful answer). If none of this works, you could probably be able to guess using a few factors: * How many people take the time to stop and enter (what percentage of passers-by, multiplied by amount of typical or expected foot-traffic)?* Are multiple entries allowed? * How long will entries be accepted before the drawing? As a rule of thumb, if the odds aren’t stated (and usually, even if they are) the odds are probably staggering. If you multiply the amount of time it takes to fill out the form by the amount of forms you would have to fill-out before you had an even 1% chance of winning the car, you would likely do better using that time to get a second job. Oh, and lastly, realize that the reason they are enticing you with the chance to win a car is that they are collecting your personal information on the form. It usually is quite a cheap way to generate a LOT of personal data, add you to mailing/dialing lists, etc. They folks running the drawing often gather another great bit of psychology about you: person who fills out form likes to enter “something for nothing” type contests (the drawing itself). This can be valuable to advertisers.Who drives the new car home? By definition of “home” the owner (presumably the winner) would drive the car “home”. If the car is driven to your house by an employee of the company running the lottery, they would just be driving the car to the winners residence…not their “home”.Frankly, I am not sure of what is meant by this question. I would assume that any winner of the drawing would either pick up the vehicle and drive it themselves away from the drawing or other site where the prize was moved to, possibly prepped for delivery tot he winner, or someone would deliver it to the winner’s home by driving it or trucking it there.What are your chances to win another car again? Your chances of winning the next drawing you entered would be EXACTLY the same as they would be had you lost the previous one, as specified in item number one. The odds of winning/losing do not change based on previous outcome. Think about it this way: If I just flipped a coin and it landed on “heads” 50 times in a row, what are the chances that it will be “heads” on the 51st attempt? EXACTLY (assuming there is nothing about the coin or flip that favors one side over the other) 1 in 2 or 50%, just as it was the first flip, just as it will be on the 51st millionth.Now the probability of winning 2 drawings, each with 1 million entries is staggeringly small. But they are two separate events, each governed independently by their own set of probabilities. Landing on heads 51 times in a row or winning 2 cars in consecutive drawings would be matters of remarkable coincidence: respectively 50 1 in 2 or 2 one in a million events happening to share the same outcome.Good luck
What forms do I need to fill out to sue a police officer for civil rights violations? Where do I collect these forms, which court do I submit them to, and how do I actually submit those forms? If relevant, the state is Virginia.What is relevant, is that you need a lawyer to do this successfully. Civil rights is an area of law that for practical purposes cannot be understood without training. The police officer will have several experts defending if you sue. Unless you have a lawyer you will be out of luck. If you post details on line, the LEO's lawyers will be able to use this for their purpose. You need a lawyer who knows civil rights in your jurisdiction.Don't try this by yourself.Get a lawyer. Most of the time initial consultations are free.
If you work for yourself doing government contracts and American Express asks for you to show them a current pay stub, how would you provide that? Is there a form that has an earnings statement that you can fill out yourself?It seems to me you should just ask American Express if they have form you can fill out. It seems odd they would want to see an earnings statement, but if you need to show some sort of proof of income, typically in the absence of a pay stub, your most recently-filed tax return should suffice.I'd really ask them first before automatically sending them your tax returns though.
How do generic drug companies figure out how to make FDA approved drugs when the "recipe" is confidential? If they knew how to make the generics all along, what keeps them from selling them underground before the drug maker's exclusive rights expire?When the patent expires, the recipe is accessible. Until the patent expires, it’s illegal to duplicate it. The “active ingredients” are listed in the literature that comes with a prescription but not the proportions, and the drug company that developed the original recipe experimented over a long period of time to find the right combination that maximizes both effectiveness and safety. If a company tries to make a generic without knowing the right proportions, the end result might not be as safe or as effective, and it’s not a true generic (which would have the exact same ingredients) but an “alternative” to the patented drug.