For purposes of this paragraph, “living history reenactment” means depiction of historical characters, scenes, historical life or events for entertainment, education, or historical documentation through the wearing or use of period, historical, antique or vintage clothing, accessories, firearms, weapons, and other implements of the historical period. State, the Court said that some weapons are so dangerous and deadly, that the Court may declare them to be offensive weapons as a matter of law.
It also stated, that when making this determination, trial Judges should consider whether the weapon was designed for combat and capable of producing death.
The carrying or use of weapons in a courthouse by a district judge, associate district judge or special district judge within this state, who is in possession of a valid handgun license issued pursuant to the provisions of the Oklahoma Self-Defense Act and whose name appears on a list maintained by the Administrative Director of the Courts; or 5.
The carrying and use of firearms and other weapons provided in this subsection when used for the purpose of living history reenactment.
Oklahoma law sets out specific rules controlling when and how one parent may seek to relocate minor children, and the law requires that those rules about relocation of minor children must be specifically stated in every custody order and decree so the parents know some of their basic parental rights and responsibilities related to a potential relocation of their children.
The Tulsa family law firm of Fry & Elder knows that the relocation of minor children in Oklahoma disputes often are very complicated and fact-sensitive.
The proper use of guns and knives for hunting, fishing, educational or recreational purposes; 2.
If smoking is to be permitted in any space exempted, such smoking space must either occupy the entire enclosed indoor space or, if it shares the enclosed space with any nonsmoking areas, the smoking space shall be fully enclosed, exhausted directly to the outside with no air from the smoking space circulated to any nonsmoking area, and be under negative air pressure so that no smoke can drift or circulate into a nonsmoking area when a door to an adjacent nonsmoking area is opened.
Exceptions to the law include: 1) stand alone bars/taverns and cigars bars as defined; 2) a room or rooms where licensed charitable bingo games are operated during their hours of operation; 3) up to 25 percent of hotel/motel rooms, 4) retail tobacco stores as specified; 5) workplaces where only the owner or operator of the workplace, or the immediate family of the owner or operator, performs any work in the workplace, and the workplace has only incidental public access as defined; 6) workplaces occupied by one or more smokers if the workplace has incidental public access; 7) private offices occupied by one or more smokers; 8) workplaces within private residences except licensed child care facilities; 9) medical research or treatment centers, if smoking is integral to the research or treatment; 10) outdoor seating areas of restaurants except within 15 feet of exterior doorways and air intakes; and 11) nonprofit veterans' organizations except when an event is open to the public.
The law requires you to include specific information in the written notice.
You should consult with a relocation trial lawyer before you prepare or send a notice on your own.