I believe you posted this same question yesterday. This is a very complicated area and not suited for discussion on this website.
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Mr. Buckley is correct. I do not know if this is a class assignment at CU Law School or what. However, this has been "asked and answered" by a few of us so far and the answers will not change with the multiple postings. As with most things in the law, every case is extremely FACT specific and would need to be addressed by sitting down with an attorney.
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