Day: September 1, 2021

Legal process

Parents’ group sues Northland schools over mask warrants | Coronavirus

CLAY COUNTY – This week, the Northland Parent Association, a grassroots organization of families in Clay and Platte Counties, filed a lawsuit against local school districts and the rulers of Kansas City and North Kansas City for mask warrants. The group is challenging the constitutionality of those mandates, arguing that it should be a family’s […]

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Bankruptcy

Former Colts LB and Stacked Pickle owner Gary Brackett files for bankruptcy

Gary Brackett, former Indianapolis Colts player and owner of the now closed-restaurant, The stacked pickle, filed for bankruptcy. Brackett, 41, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection on Aug. 27 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana. The record indicates that he has between 50 and 99 creditors. Its estimated assets are valued […]

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Debt ratio

DMO warns FG about financing government with loans and urges for income generation – Nairametrics

The Debt Management Office warned that it was not advisable to finance the government with borrowing, suggesting that the borrowing should be for special purposes and urging the FG to make more on income while the stock Nigeria’s growing debt is increasing due to new borrowing in annual budgets and new borrowing approved under the […]

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Debt collector

Colorado Private Education Lender Registration Effective September 1, Schools Using Revenue Sharing Agreements Covered | Ballard Spahr srl

Colorado private education lender registration due September 1st, the Colorado Department of Law just announced its intention to integrate a new group within its jurisdiction: private post-secondary schools that use revenue sharing agreements (ISAs) to help fund students’ education. Schools regulated by the Private Vocational Schools Division received notice of this interpretation on Friday. The […]

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