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Do I need to be of a certain nationality in order to buy a title packNo, you do not - our title packs are available to all nationalities and ages.Can I refer to myself as a Lord or LadyYes, our title packs are based on a historic Scottish land ownership custom where landowners have been long referred to as \"Lairds\", the Scottish term for \"Lord\", with the female equivalent being \"Lady\". Most jurisdictions will allow you to update your title when you choose to do so. Can I use the titles of Lord or Lady on my documentsOur Lords and Ladies have successfully changed their title on many credit cards, airline tickets, hotel reservations and more.Can I buy the title pack for someone elseYes - all we require is their name. Can I choose my plot numberPlots are numbered consecutively and assigned automatically; unfortunately we are unable to guarantee or assign a specific plot number. How will my digital certificate be sent to meYour personalized digital certificate will be emailed to you within 24 hours. You can print this out and use it as you wish! Can I print out a digital certificate and display itOf course!
The plots of land themselves are recognised and referred to as 'souvenir plots' in Scotland. Though souvenir plots are typically too small to be registered with the Scottish Land Registry directly, we maintain our own private records and take our arrangements with our Lords and Ladies very seriously. Where are the plots You can find the details of our estates in Ardallie, Aberdeenshire, Dunfermline, Southwick, Dumfries and Galloway, Aberdeenshire, Wigtownshire. Please refer to your certificate to see where your plot is located or use our where's my plot page with your unique plot number to locate your plot. All locations are beautiful and secluded woodlands.
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said, \"My colleagues and I in the Assembly Majority have worked tirelessly for years to address the scourge of gun violence that has plagued this country for far too long. In just 10 days, two horrific shootings took the lives of 31 innocent people in Uvalde, Texas and right here in Buffalo, New York - including children - in places where they should have felt safe. Together with our colleagues in the Senate and Governor Hochul, we have worked to make New York's gun laws some of the toughest in the country because we believe that every American deserves to feel safe. I am proud of our efforts here in New York, but this country needs to have a serious conversation about its obscene fascination with guns and assault weapons so that every American can live without the fear of gun violence devastating their communities.\"
State Senator Brad Hoylman said, \"We must do everything in our power to prevent gun violence in New York. We honor the memories of the 10 lives lost in Buffalo at the hands of a white supremacist, the 19 children in Texas, and the hundreds of New Yorkers that die from gun violence every year with this package of gun safety bills. I'm honored and humbled to have sponsored two bills being signed by Governor Hochul today, including the new microstamping law (S.4116A/A.7926) and the bill making it easier prosecute cases where a large capacity magazine was used (S.9229A/A.10428A). My sincerest gratitude goes to to Governor Hochul for championing and expeditiously signing these bills, Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins for prioritizing gun safety, and the advocates and anti-gun violence organizations with whom we work closely including, New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, Everytown, Moms Demand Action, Brady, Giffords and the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence.\"
State Senator Anna M. Kaplan said, \"The racist domestic terrorist who murdered 10 innocent Black New Yorkers in a Buffalo supermarket was radicalized online in an environment where hate speech is encouraged and where there are few options for people of good conscience to sound the alarm about what's going on there. We all know the expression \"if you see something, say something,\" but unfortunately, many social media platforms make it impossible to speak out when you see something dangerous or harmful online. My legislation will empower social media users to keep virtual spaces safer for all by providing clear and consistent reporting mechanisms to flag hate speech, and with the devastating consequences of hate all around us getting worse by the day, we need to take this action right away. I'm grateful for Governor Hochul's leadership in signing this legislation along with the entire gun safety package we passed last week, and I'm thankful for my partnership with Assemblywoman Patricia Fahy on this bill.\"
Executive Director of New Yorkers Against Gun Violence Rebecca Fischer said, \"Faced with a surging gun violence crisis, Governor Hochul and the New York State Legislature have once again made it a priority this week to protect New Yorkers by passing a strong, life-saving slate of gun violence prevention bills. These measures will help keep guns away from people in crisis to prevent mass shootings, suicide and other gun violence, will require a license to purchase or possess a semi-automatic rifle anywhere in this state, and will provide law enforcement with a new tracing tool to stop gun trafficking and hold rogue gun dealers accountable. As New Yorkers and Americans, we should not have to fear gun violence on a daily basis in our neighborhoods or homes, in our subways, our supermarkets, our schools, our houses of worship, or anywhere else. While Congress continues to stall on meaningful national gun reform, we are grateful to have outstanding gun violence prevention champions leading our state government. Thank you Governor Hochul for signing these bills into law and keeping our children and all New Yorkers safe.\"
According to recent census estimates, almost 1.4 million households in New York City own a car compared to 3.1 million total households. This means 45 percent of all households in the city own a car (and almost 3 percent that own three or more!). Ownership is lowest in Manhattan, where only 22 percent of households own a car, while ownership is highest in Staten Island where cars are owned by 83 percent of all households. Queens (62 percent) is also above the city average, while the Bronx (40 percent) and Brooklyn (44 percent) look more like the city as a whole.
Just like your bagel filling options, New York is set up so that you make the wrong choices. They sell bagels almost anywhere in New York. Countless coffee carts, supermarkets, diners, and delis sell bad bagels. Beware! 59ce067264