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FAQ

During the U.S. Civil War, how did the experiment in abolition work out in the Outer Banks of North Carolina?
I’ve lived in NC all my life and I’m not familiar with an “abolition experiment” in the Outer Banks. I know the islands were taken by Union soldiers in 1862 and word spread quickly that the Outer Banks was a safe refuge for freed slaves and the slaves traveling through the Underground Railroad. Thousands of runaway slaves found their way to Roanoke Island and it was set up as “Freedman’s Colony”.
If the governor of North Carolina needed to fill a vacant Senate seat, who would he choose to fill it?
Someone who swears he’s a great Christian, has a perfect family, great experience. When filled, he’ll be another confederate from an otherwise beautiful state.
How much does Uber charge passengers for a ride?
In 2022 the answer is not so simple. There are five main types of cars you can request, each with different pricing, and pricing also varies by city. Surge pricing also applies when demand for rides exceeds supply.uberX: "The low-cost Uber" seats 4. In San Francisco the fare is $2.20 plus $0.26 per minute plus $1.30 per mile. In New York City the fare is $3 plus $0.40 per minute plus $2.15 per mile.uberXL: Seats 6. In San Francisco the fare is $5 plus $0.45 per minute plus $2.15 per mile. In New York City the fare is $4.50 plus $0.60 per minute plus $3.25 per mile.uberTAXI: A normal taxi ride, except requests and payment are done via Uber. You pay standard cab fare, plus an automatic 20% gratuity, plus a $1 booking fee.UberBLACK: A chauffeured (certified limo) sedan that seats 4. In San Francisco the fare is $8 plus $0.65 per minute plus $3.75 per mile. In New York City the fare is $7 plus $0.65 per minute plus $3.75 per mile.UberSUV: A chauffeured (certified limo) SUV that seats 6. In San Francisco the fare is $15 plus $0.90 per minute plus $3.75 per mile. In New York City the fare is $7 plus $0.65 per minute plus $3.75 per mile.In Los Angeles, there is also the UberLUX service which is another tier up from UberBLACK. There, the fare is $20 plus $0.60 per minute plus $5 per mile (versus $8 plus $0.45 per minute plus $3.55 per mile for UberBLACK).The uberPOOL service matches two riders going in roughly the same direction in an uberX car, giving you a discount on the normal uberX fare depending on how close the two pickup and destination points are. As of this posting the $7 uberPOOL Rides promotion is still going on in San Francisco, which is a good way to get around surge pricing within the city (the drivers are still paid the full amount).
Despite my complaints about how much I hate North Carolina, why is North Carolina so different now than it was back in 2022. 2004, 2022. 2006, and 2007?
Because nothing stays the same, and you always remember things differently than they actually were. You will always, at least slightly, either idolize it or demonize it (or both to different parts of it).
I’m being sued and I’m representing myself in court. How do I fill out the form called “answer to complaint”?
You can represent yourself. Each form is different per state or county but generally an answer is simply a written document which presents a synopsis of your story to the court. The answer is not your defense, just written notice to the court that you intend to contest the suit. The blank forms are available at the court clerk’s office and are pretty much self explanatoryThere will be a space calling for the signature of an attorney. You should sign your name on the space and write the words “Pro se” after your signature. This lets the court know you are acting as your own attorney.
In North Carolina, if you invite someone to stay at your house without any written contract, is it legal to kick them out at will?
Well, that depends on a number of factors.  I don't know specifically about North Carolina's landlord tenant law, and you should talk with a licensed attorney about the specifics.  This is based on general property law.  If they have been there for a short period of time, most likely the answer will be yes.  In most states, you are perfectly legally free to have visitors for reasonable periods of time without adding them to the lease, though states will vary as to what a reasonable period of time is.  For the most part, if the person is staying longer than one rent period (usually a month on a residential lease,) then they will probably have to be added to the lease.  That would mean to evict the tenant, the landlord would have to go through formal proceedings.  If the person has not been added to the lease, then the person has a revocable license to be there with your permission.  You can take that back at any time.  If they refuse to leave, you can bring a trespass action against that person.  There are things that may prevent you from doing so, however.  One is estoppel.  The person would have to show in court that (1) you promised them a place to stay, (2) that promise was reasonable and they relied reasonably on it, (3) they have substantially changed position (4) to their detriment, like having given up their own apartment, and (5) the only way to avoid injustice would be to enforce the promise you made.  It's a pretty uphill battle for them, in other words.  Once again, this is based on the majority view of general landlord-tenant law.  For specifics, please contact a local bar-certified attorney in North Carolina.Edit: I misread the question a bit.  This would apply if you are renting the property you are on.  If you are the owner of the property, it would also depend on if you have accepted rent from the person or if they have done something in exchange for living there.  Most courts will impose a month-to-month tenancy absent a specific contract to the contrary under those circumstances.  If you have not, then you are most likely within your rights to simply have them removed as a trespasser.
What did North Carolina contribute to the Revolutionary War, and the Civil War?
North Carolina contributed to both wars. During the American Revolution, North Carolinians fought on both sides. Scotland Country, west of Campbelltown, today’s Fayetteville, provided two Gaelic speaking Scots regiments to the Loyalist cause. Others, particularly in Western North Carolina, supported the American cause. North Carolina troops fought in the battle at King’s Mountain in South Carolina, but also at Moore’s Creek in North Carolina. Needless to say, North Carolinians were much more united during the Civil War. After the American Revolution, many of North Carolina’s loyalist Scots relocated to Nova Scotia and the Maritimes. There are historic markers throughout the state commemorating battles of both wars.
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