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S.73 Systematic Foreclosure Prevention and Mortgage Modification Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jan 06, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

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    • It is illegal to mount a gps unit in the automobile windshield ... - December 30, 2010 by GoGps Talk Gps Garmin Gps Tom Tom Gps Blog - Charges under S. 73(1) HTA carry a $ 110 penalty. And, yes, before you write in, I'm aware that police themselves often have equipment (radar, large strobes etc.) mounted on their cruiser dashboard that blocks the driver's clear view of ...

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      As noted by GoGps Talk Gps Garmin Gps Tom Tom Gps Blog on December 30, 2010, "Charges under S. 73(1) HTA carry a $ 110 penalty. And, yes, before you write in, I'm aware that police themselves often have equipment (radar, large strobes etc.) mounted on their cruiser dashboard that blocks the driver's clear view of ..." (http://talkgps.blogspot.com/2010/12/it-is-illegal-to-mount-gps-unit-in.html)
    • Spezielle Literatur zur Auswanderung nach Ungarn, in die Batschka ... - November 30, 2010 by Ahnenforschung.Net Forum - 1 (A - Po), S. 25-43, 1998. - Ill., Kt. ---- Schmidt, Erich: 16 Kriegsfelder Familien gründen ein Dorf in der Batschka : (Worzsa, Torschau in Süd-Ungarn, heute Jugoslawien) In: Nordpfälzer Geschichtsblätter. - 79 (1999), S. 73-76, 1999 ...

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      As noted by Ahnenforschung.Net Forum on November 30, 2010, "1 (A - Po), S. 25-43, 1998. - Ill., Kt. ---- Schmidt, Erich: 16 Kriegsfelder Familien gründen ein Dorf in der Batschka : (Worzsa, Torschau in Süd-Ungarn, heute Jugoslawien) In: Nordpfälzer Geschichtsblätter. - 79 (1999), S. 73-76, 1999 ..." (http://forum.ahnenforschung.net/showthread.php?t=46304)
    • Spezielle Literatur zur Auswanderung nach Ungarn, in die Batschka ... - November 30, 2010 by Ahnenforschung.Net Forum - 1 (A - Po), S. 25-43, 1998. - Ill., Kt. ---- Schmidt, Erich: 16 Kriegsfelder Familien gründen ein Dorf in der Batschka : (Worzsa, Torschau in Süd-Ungarn, heute Jugoslawien) In: Nordpfälzer Geschichtsblätter. - 79 (1999), S. 73-76, 1999 ...

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      As noted by Ahnenforschung.Net Forum on November 30, 2010, "1 (A - Po), S. 25-43, 1998. - Ill., Kt. ---- Schmidt, Erich: 16 Kriegsfelder Familien gründen ein Dorf in der Batschka : (Worzsa, Torschau in Süd-Ungarn, heute Jugoslawien) In: Nordpfälzer Geschichtsblätter. - 79 (1999), S. 73-76, 1999 ..." (http://forum.ahnenforschung.net/showthread.php?p=367985)

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