The property is located in Florida, currently owned by a Florida LLC with one member. The property has no mortgage or liens. I would be 'owner financing' it with the current owner to avoid closing costs and a taxable value increase.
I'm an experienced healthcare worker and I'd like to publish my experiences. Is it legal to tell stories about patients without mentioning any types of identifying patient information? I would keep names, ages and locations out of it.
If you are an "experienced" healthcare worker then you are familiar with the term "deidentifying protected health information (PHI)." If there is no way to track back and identify the patients you are describing then you are fine.
to renew the home excemtion a widow who live at her just dead husband house she married him with a prenup and he left a Will leaving the house to his lgrandchildren after she die. Now she has to renew the home extension but the title is under her husband who is dead
I started working in reconciliation/accounting/finance about 1 year ago. About 6 months in, work started piling up due to a combination of other coworkers resigning and being designated as their backups, as well as the stress affecting my health. I slowly fell more and more behind in my... Read more »
I am not an employment lawyer, but No, they must pay you for the time you work. If they do not like your work, they can always terminate you. They cannot sue you for damages for unsatisfactory or incomplete work, unless it is something criminal or fraud.
I will be working under and doing business under a pen name and would like to keep my legal name as private as possible (I know there are limits to this) to separate this business from personal life. When filing for an LLC I understand that you can protect your address with a registered agent but... Read more »
You can use series LLC, which would have to be registered in another state (FL does not have such a thing), then you register a business in FL. If you only register in FL, your name will have to be listed as an officer, but in other states it is not the same requirement.
In 2009 the HOA obtained a court ordered judgement again a homeowner. The HOA showed it on the balance sheet ever since as an uncollected asset (in part as a reminder it would be in the estoppel when the house was sold). That is until this Feb when the "new progressive" board removed it... Read more »
You do not need a vote on what an accountant determines to be a proper accounting practice. They probably wrote it off as bad debt. Maybe they believe that the bad debt keeps the home from being marketable. Or, if they collect that amount in the future, it will be added to the receivables....Read more »
because we paid cash and our son contributed to the purchase. We did it this way because he couldn't qualify for a mortgage because he wasn't working. We have decided to sell the condo and have him move back home until he gets medical treatment for severe anxiety. If we sell and realize... Read more »
Why? And all "express trust" means is that it is some sort of a trust that is in writing. A trust (e.g., revocable living trust) is used as part of an estate planning, and it has nothing to do with running a business. Business proceeds (profit) may become part of the trust, but a trust is...Read more »
the history of the property has foreclosure final date of early march with auction scheduled for late june. The court docs state a bank lien is placed on the property. Is this house technically in foreclosure or preforeclosure? This is not listed as a "special sale" on MLS. Are the... Read more »
You’d obviously be buying it subject to foreclosure. If auction is scheduled then there’s already a judgment in the bank’s favor. You can have a lawyer review the documents to advise you what the required purchase price would have to be to acquire ownership, and it would have to be done with...Read more »
My understanding is that you have to have been living in the house for at least two years to qualify for this exemption. My question is, the two years have to be from the closing date (when I bought the home) to the selling closing date? Or from the buying closing date to when I started the process... Read more »
The company is Dasmen Residential and they have not done anything to cure the mold infestation that is constantly gradually getting worse everyday. Can I bring a lawsuit against them for inhumane conditions?
I am considering buying a house from a foreign seller with a 300k purchase price. The issue is the seller wants the buyer to cover realtor commissions, title insurance and prorated tax which amount to 18k (costs normally covered by seller). The sellers goal is to net 300k. I am concerned with being... Read more »
No injuries and I paid the guest $300 and had it fixed within a couple hours. They said they are not suing. The guest is checking out early and wants $300 more because of what almost happened which was he was almost holding his daughter who was at the top of the stairs. Obviously no one expected... Read more »
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