Q&A: What are the regulations and laws to open a website for online sale of prescription eyeglasses?
Question by tony: What are the regulations and laws to open a website for online sale of prescription eyeglasses?
I am interested in making a website to sale prescription eyeglasses online. Is there any law or regulations on that ? Do i need any kind of license or education degree? Is there any online resource that explains these matter ?
Answer by anti_lak3r
just start a shopping cart website, make sure you set the proper encryption, and put the encryption logo on your site, to make it appealing.
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Question by Cherry Darling: Florida laws for residential rentals, landlords & tenants?
What’s a good resource for learning more on the laws of renting a home and how to handle lease violations?
Answer by pearlmel
working on it for you!
here ya go everything a landlord need to know in florida.
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Question by Major Tom: Do you advocate birth control laws in America?
I personally, wouldn’t mind a federal mandate like the one in China stating that each family can have only one child. And they should fine people that have two or more children, like they do in China. That way people like Octomom will actually have to pay for their kids rather than expect someone else to pick up the tab. I’m from Texas. Here we’re in the middle of a phase two water shortage. Some people think it’s a climatic problem. Personally, I think it’s actually a population problem. When I was in middle school we surpassed New York State in population. We now have as many people as California did ten years ago. As the population continues to grow here by leaps and bounds, water is becoming a more scarce commodity. They’re having a lawsuit in Austin over the Edwards Aquifer right now. People are griping about the folks in San Antonio sucking it dry like racehorses. Now, some rich tycoons want it to irrigate a golf course. I believe California is having problems with water shortages because they are overpopulated. As we consume more as Americans, resources will become more scarce. We all saw the calamity of waiting until the last minute toward Hurricane Katrina. If we couldn’t even save New Orleans, what makes you think we’ll be able to save the planet. I think the problem with inflation in America, in fact, is more of a population problem rather than an economic problem. As our population continues to boom, more people will consume oil. It’s a very symbiotic process. So now that I’ve stated the facts, would you support birth control laws in America? Would you advocate this considering the fact that abortion is still a hot topic, and most people gripe about poor people living on welfare?
We’re already mandating what our children should read. That’s why they don’t teach sex ed in school. 1 in 5 women in America is uninsured. 40 percent of American women cannot afford to have prescriptions refilled. And if we’re talking about government staying out of our private lives, then maybe they should leave the abortion issue alone. America has the highest teenage pregnancy rate out of any First World nation on earth. We are in the midst of an economic crisis and what not like never before. We make up less than 5 percent of the world’s population, yet we consume more than 25 percent of the world’s resources. We need to try something because at the rate we’re going, our children may not have a future.
Answer by ????
NO i wouldnt support it! how many kids someone chooses to have is a personal decision, and if we let the government control that why not just become a communist country? i’ll tell u why, because it’s crap
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Question by J K: Are there any good online resources for laws regarding treasure hunting?
Looking to get into wreck diving, but I had thought it would be best to brush up on artifact recovery laws before any serious diving. I realize that this can often change by state; I live in Texas but plan to be diving wherever I can. Any resources that include laws for wrecks in international waters would be much appreciated as well. Basically, I’m just trying to see what I can explore/salvage/recover without invoking the wrath of some insurance company, the federal government, or any other organization with a lawyer and a need for capital.
Answer by email@example.com
Found a good website for you that may answer some of the national laws.
Salvage is a bit different than treasure hunting.
Salvage is more monetary compensation for voluntarily retrieving lost property.
There are still insurance companies that hold titles on ships lost at sea dating back to the 1800s. You betcha that if you find one of their ships previously undiscovered, they will be one of the entities to step in.
The national laws also leave it open to the individual states regarding laws governing treasure hunting.
The wikipedia link gives some good generalities but your best bet is to go to a law library for references.
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Question by dutchie: do you know what the anti discrimination laws are in France? Any online resources about them…?
…in relation to hiring?
i need to research the anti discriminatory laws in France in relation to the workplace and hiring. If you know of any online resources that outline them that would be fantastic. I need a place to begin my research.
Answer by Debi
New anti-discrimination law adopted
Download article in original language : FR0112152FFR.DOC
November 2001 saw the adoption in France of a new law to prevent discrimination at the workplace. The legislation adds new prohibited grounds of discrimination (including age and sexual orientation), adjusts the burden of proof in discrimination cases and makes it easier to bring court cases.
On 6 November 2001, after 13 months of discussion, the National Assembly passed a bill on combating discrimination at the workplace (FR0011198N), which forms part of the current Socialist-led government’s programme of anti-discrimination measures. The new law supplements the existing provisions of the Labour Code, on the basis of both EU Directives and French case law, in order to provide better protection for job applicants and employees throughout their careers. Article L.122-45 of the Labour Code, which defines the various forms of discrimination, is expanded and reworked to broaden its field of application and amend the provisions on the burden of proof so that they are more favourable to the employee.
Grounds for discrimination and discriminatory practices
The list of prohibited grounds for discrimination previously provided for – including origin, sex, family situation and membership of an ethnic group, nation or race – is now expanded to include physical appearance (height, weight, attractiveness etc), surname, sexual orientation and age. Martine Aubry (the Minister for Employment and Solidarity until 17 October 2000) stated that ‘all victims of discrimination, women, people with disabilities, foreigners and immigrants, gay men and lesbians’ must be given the message ‘that our Republic is there to ensure that their rights are respected’. She labelled all forms of discrimination ‘unacceptable violence’.
The introduction of the principle of no discrimination based on age aims to bring French law into line with EU Council Directive 2000/78/EC of 27 November 2000, establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation (EU0102295F). However, the criteria for applying this principle are detailed in order to avoid a challenge being mounted to employment policies targeted on certain age groups.
The relevant section of the Labour Code now reads: ‘No person can be eliminated from a recruitment process (…) due to their age, sex, lifestyle, sexual orientation, age, family situation, non-membership, whether genuine or assumed, of an ethnic group, nation or race, political beliefs, trade union activities, religious beliefs, physical appearance, surname, state of health or disability.’ Moreover, the definition of discriminatory practices provided by Article L. 122-45 of the Labour Code has been broadened to cover an employee’s entire career. From now on, the ban on discrimination extends throughout a person’s working life, covering: recruitment; access to a placement or in-company training programme; pay; training; redeployment within a company; posting; qualifications; job classification; promotion; transfer from one workplace to another; and renewal of contract.
Amendment to burden of proof
A key point of the new law deals with the amendment of the provisions on the burden of proof in discrimination cases. The burden of proof has been amended so that if a legal case is brought, it is no longer only the employee’s responsibility. Hitherto it had been the responsibility of the employee to prove that he or she had been the victim of discrimination, hence the very low number of successful convictions. The burden of proof will now fall equally upon the employer.
Employees or job applicants who feel that they have been discriminated against must present the court with evidence ‘that leads one to believe that direct or indirect discrimination has taken place’. In the light of this evidence, it is up to the defendant to ‘prove that the decision taken was justifiable according to objective facts that had no connection with any form of discrimination’. It is the judge’s task to arrive at a conclusion, if needs be after having ordered ‘any preliminary investigations deemed useful’. This measure complies with the case law of the French Supreme Court of Appeal (Cour de cassation) and the European Court of Justice (ECJ), and transposes into French law EU Council Directive (97/80/EC) of 15 December 1997 on the burden of proof in cases of discrimination based on sex.
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Question by : What are the Pet Prescription laws for Washington State?
I just moved into an apartment and I have a cat prescribed by my mental health professional. She has told me that this means I don’t need to pay a pet deposit or pet rent in order to keep my cat with me in my apartment. The apartment manager, however, claims that the law states that I need to pay a pet deposit, but no pet rent is required.
I’m fairly sure that I don’t have to pay any amount of money to the apartments in order to keep my cat with me, same as a blind person wouldn’t have to pay to keep their seeing-eye dog with them. I really don’t want a bunch of questions in regards to my disability or opinions regarding the morality of this particular law (I know a lot of people don’t believe animals should be prescribed at all, for various reasons), I just want to know what the law is.
10 points to best answer, and I would really like cited resources online (such as if you know where the statute is on a .gov website in regards to Washington State), because I’ll need a credible resource to prove one way or the other. I tried looking through the statutes online before, and there’s just so many of them, and with taking care of a 6 month old it’s way too time-consuming to find it on my own. I really appreciate anyone who can help
My diagnosis is Bipolar and PTSD, my symptoms are severe and include anxiety, night terrors, and during manic episodes include hallucinations and all number of crazy activities (the ability to predict consequences is extremely impaired during manic episodes), along with typical depressive episode symptoms such as suicidal thoughts, lethargy and slowed thought-processes. Most of these symptoms have happened in the past but are not typical, and almost all of them only happened after I started taking medication so I’m led to believe they’re due to side effects. My cat was prescribed for anxiety, she helps a lot with calming down and keeping me grounded in reality. All medicines I’ve tried have had dangerous side-effects develop, not only in the form of above symptoms but also migraines, nausea to the point of losing a ton of weight and dizziness that lasted for hours and made me unable to stand on my own. Plus, I’m currently nursing my baby, so I can’t really take much of anything, anyway
Answer by Artemis Agrotera
Your mental health professional AND your apartment manager are wrong. (And I would like to suggest the you bip your professional upside the head for giving you legal advice unless or until she goes to law school.)
(Since you need a pet for mental health reasons, I am assuming that you need/want/prefer to avoid stress. Sometimes the path of least resistance is the best way to go for your overall health so this consideration has influenced my answer. But I figured I would disclose my assumption . . . since we all know that assumptions have a tendency to make an a$ $ -u-me!)
At the present time, the law is not 100% clear on whether or not a landlord is entitled to collect a REASONABLE pet deposit for an emotional support animal. This has not been decided yet, and until it does – there are no guarantees.
If you came to my office, I would ask you if the apartment complex generally allows pets. If no, you would have the right to demand the right to have your cat as a disability accommodation.
If the answer is yes, I would ask if it regularly charges an additional damage deposit for pets and I would want to know if the amount was reasonable. If the damage deposit for a pet is charged for every person who has a cat, and the deposit is non-refundable and reasonable – then I would ask: Why should you be entitled to an accommodation involving waiving the deposit? If you are collecting disability, or otherwise on a limited income as a result of your disability then I would say you would have a strong basis to fight the deposit.
They could not charge you a monthly rent to keep the cat. I could make the argument that this was excessive and unreasonable, particularly if you had paid a deposit.
Again, though, in my opinion it all boils down to the reasonableness of the pet deposit. If the deposit isn’t excessive and you can afford it, I would probably encourage you to pay it.
If the deposit is ridiculously high (clearly designed to try to discourage pet ownership rather than designed to cover anticipated potential damage), then I would be inclined to write a demand letter to the manager that essentially told her to show me the “law” that shows a pet deposit can be demanded or to leave you alone.
I personally would NOT advise the apartment manager to demand a pet deposit from anyone who had a doctor’s note/prescription for any type of service animal. There is only one case that involves a deposit for a service animal and it went against the landlord. I would tell the landlord that the cost of litigation would far, far exceed any damage that cat could do to the apartment.
NOTE: Refundable pet deposits cannot be collected for service animals:
The Housing & Urban-Rural Recovery Act of 1983 protects the right of tenants in federally assisted housing for the elderly or persons with disabilities to have a pet, and further provides that the landlord is entitled to charge a deposit for that pet to cover any resulting damage to the property. However, if a pet is more properly characterized as a “service animal,” the tenant should be exempt from the deposit. According to HUD’s internal regulations:
Service animals that assist persons with disabilities are considered to be auxiliary aids and are exempt from the pet policy and from the refundable pet deposit. Examples include guide dogs for persons with vision impairments, hearing dogs for people with hearing impairments, and emotional assistance animals for persons with chronic mental illness. Occupancy Requirements of Subsidized Multifamily Housing Programs, HUD, No. 4350.3, 4-13(b) (1998).
If you have any trouble, contact HUD and contact the Washington State Human Rights Commission.
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Question by Your disgruntled friend: Where can I find resources online about labor laws, harassment and discrimination?
Answer by schazjmd
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