No, it is not illegal for individuals or retail stores to sell used mattresses or mattresses containing used materials. Federal law only mandates that mattresses constructed with used stuffing be labeled.Know More
Though some states have laws governing the labeling of used mattresses, the sanitizing process they must undergo and which parts may be recovered from old mattresses for the manufacture of new ones, many states do not. In fact, some bedding is offered for sale without labels of any kind. Thus, the responsibility falls to the consumer to become informed of state law and to purchase properly labelled mattresses from reputable sellers.Learn more about Is This Illegal?
The act of notarization doesn't make a document legally binding, and it simply certifies that the individuals who sign a document are who they purport to be, according to the National Notary Association. Although a legally binding document requires signatures from all the involved parties, not all documents need notarization.Full Answer >
For individuals on bail, it is a must to get written permission from the bail agent before leaving the state or country, reports AboutBail. If the individual was told not to leave the state or country, it is necessary to get both the bail agent's permission and the court’s permission.Full Answer >
Selling a car without a title is illegal in most states as of 2015 and not considered a safe transaction. A title is used to show ownership of a vehicle, and vehicles without a title may indicate a problem with ownership, such as a loan taken on the vehicle.Full Answer >
It is illegal to sell recalled products as defined by the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act at yard sales, reports the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Although individual resellers are not obliged to test questionable items, they are liable if yard sale items are on CPSC recall lists, states About.com.Full Answer >