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Why was my question closed and incorrectly called "homework?"

The stated close reason is that the question "needs details or clarity." Since I was one of five users voting that – but not one of the six users downvoting the question (appropriately, in ...
feetwet's user avatar
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Why was my question (and my education) heavily attacked/interrogated by people who did not even comment on my Content?

I've read your linked question word for word 4 times now and I am no closer to understanding what you were asking now than I was on the first go. Something about latency and outages when using Zoom ...
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Post was improperly closed

We are a democracy We just don’t all have equally weighted votes. The question in question was not based on a non-sequitur; it was based on an unprovable hypothesis that would not be accepted by the ...
Dale M's user avatar
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Closure: What did Holmes J. mean by 'molar to molecular actions'?

Yes, the closure was correct. The collection of Stack Exchange sites is still growing. Sometimes there are questions that are appropriate to more than one site. Sometimes there are questions posed ...
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Why was my question (and my education) heavily attacked/interrogated by people who did not even comment on my Content?

Your argumentation, in @DaleM answer, to reopen the original question is not convincing. Your supplied sample in Meaning of "Mickey the Boob"? - English Language & Usage does not serve ...
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Why was my second question regarding the Theft Act closed?

Because it's not your question As presented, it is a slab of text copied and pasted from a textbook with one (of a number) of what appears to be prompts by the author of that textbook intended to ...
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How do Self Represented Litigants (SRL) ask counterparty's lawyers to waive counterparty's legal costs?

Asking for a template is asking for Specific legal advice Asking for specific legal advice is off-topic and not allowed on the stack.
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How long to wait before reposting an edited version of a closed question?

It's in the Reopen queue. Don't repost it, as that would be an attempt to circumvent Stack Exchange processes. NB, as of this moment: The question already has two of five required re-open votes. No ...
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Why is this question off topic?

Asking what to do is asking for Legal Advice. Legal Advice is automatically off Topic. As such, it was closed. Don't ask "What shall I do" questions, they trigger all the tripwires just by ...
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would it work like this?

In general questions that ask "What should I do in these circumstances?" or "which of these options should I take?" are closed as requests for specific legal advice. Questions ...
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Producing several focused questions with duplicate content

SE provides a "reason" for closing, which does not necessarily correspond to the reasons that the 5 voters had (or fewer, if closed with a diamond hammer). Very often, there are multiple ...
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Why was my second question regarding the Theft Act closed?

The site uses proof of effort as an indicator. It helps potential answerers know what the asker has already tried or misunderstood. In this case, more engagement with the question might have helped ...
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Why was my question closed and incorrectly called "homework?"

The question is verbose and obscures the point This is an example of the same question more concisely: The rule in Pinnel's Case 5 Co Rep 117a and confirmed by the House of Lords in Foakes v Beer (...
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Where exactly is my lack of focus?

Appending a new question, research, and jurisdictional interaction after receiving an answer can be problematic. In general, this could lead to decreased relevance of posted answers or the need to ...
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How will LawSE remedy mods' recurrent abuse of privileges? or will it ever do so?

The closure is correct, even if the reason is wrong If anything, the question lacks details that allow to choose if there might be a fitting book. Among other things that could be needed: Which age ...
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Physician's clerk confirmed 4 months, but then cancelled 1 week, before appointment because Physician "reached capacity". What are Patient's remedies?

You ask for Legal advice - that is not allowed here You throw your life story at us and ask what your rights are. That's asking for legal advice and not allowed on the stack. If you want individual ...
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How long to wait before reposting an edited version of a closed question?

Forever The correct process is to not repost if the edited question remains closed. Unfortunately, edited questions do not attract the same number of eyeballs as new questions so this may mean some ...
Dale M's user avatar
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Do Consumers have faster remedies, instead of claiming under Manufacturer's warranty that can take too long?

Undeletion is unwarranted because of how the stack works. The post was deleted by the bot. The bot deletes unanswered questions that have a score below 0 after a certain time. Your question was ...
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Do Consumers have faster remedies, instead of claiming under Manufacturer's warranty that can take too long?

I would vote to reopen if the question were rephrased to: When a manufacturer grants a "lifetime warranty against defects" but its warranty process (exchange or refund) can take months, do ...
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