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The Laws for Babysitting in New York Without a License

by: Teo Spengler

Babysitters in New York are not required to obtain a license. A babysitter is a person that cares for a child sporadically, and may or may not be paid. A person is more than a babysitter, however, if he watches three or more children on a daily ...
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Black Seal License Requirements in New Jersey

by Michelle Nati

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Obtaining a Gun License in New Jersey

by Michelle Nati

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Rules for Having Commercial Plates in New Jersey

by Jessica Zimmer

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How to Get a Liquor License in Michigan

by: Michelle Nati

Obtaining a liquor license in any state can be a lengthy and somewhat costly process. Each state has its own licensing body and most of them have different names. There are liquor authorities, liquor boards, liquor controls and so on. In Michigan, ...
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by: John Cromwell

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