I work at a pet boarding facility, and in the state of Florida, owners are required to have their dogs up to date on their rabies vaccine. My boss told me to accept a dog that is out of date on his rabies vaccine..
I believe the requirement that owners keep their animals vaccinated would be Florida Statute 828.30. It doesn't appear to include any requirement that pet boarding facilities refuse to accept unvaccinated animals, and if there is that would be your boss's duty, not yours.
In order to claim a possessory lien on the horse, a security interest in the horse would need to have been created in the boarding contract. The only other way to get the horse would be to sue the owner, get a judgment, levy upon the horse, and then buy it at the execution sale.
We have just brought a house in a HOA governed community in Tampa, Florida. We have a 2000 sqf backyard and have planted some Florida approved fruit trees like mango , banana as we wanted home grown food and for religious practices. We got a letter from HOA that we are not allowed to plant fruit... Read more »
The ARB documents/guidelines are valid restrictions adopted by the HOA. Whether or not you can claim a reasonable accommodation for religious practices is a fact-based question that requires the review of a lot of factors, which go beyond the scope of this website and require a review of all of...Read more »
This is an agriculture business, one of my employees was demanding a raise or he was quiting and having another employee fired or else he was quiting, which neither happened. At the same time he had his car repossessed and was blaming it on the fact that the company doesn't pay him enough (he... Read more »
Is what illegal? He can quit, of course, or you can fire him under most circumstances. What would his "wrongful termination" claim be; it's not enough for him to complain that he was fired "wrongfully", employment is generally "at will", which means that an...Read more »
I work on a horse ranch. Today I woke up to a sign stating that if things aren't done properly. My pay will be docked. This raised a lot of red flags for me. (Is this legal, how much money is going to be taken off my check.)
I boarded dogs at a kennel. After 5 months of payments the owner offered me a part-time job. It progressed from a 3-4 hour morning/evening to 24 hours (10 hrs in the kennel & 14 hrs in their home taking care of their 8 pets) over 3, 5, 7, or 10 day periods. On lunch, I was required to answer... Read more »
We are in a county that is extremely difficult to work with and they have said that if we use our barn for anything other than personal use they will revoke the building permit that we used to build our barn because it was permitted with an agricultural exemption that said it was for personal use... Read more »
"... Except as otherwise provided for in this section, and notwithstanding any other provision of law, a local government may not adopt or enforce a local ordinance, regulation, rule, or policy that prohibits, restricts,...Read more »
Of test to landlord legally? Or should he perform his own testing since I paid for the original test.my Dr advised me not to live there since I have lupus and my hives and swelling are severe. I just want to be released from the lease agreement.
Best advice is that you need to consult with a tenant attorney ASAP. There is a way to get out of a lease, but you must follow the proper steps and set it up correctly. You need hands on legal advice not a blurb from this site.
A while back my husband got struck by lightening on the job along with 3 other people on a field. the dairy gave him workers comp. But just yesterday he found out not even by his boss but by an ex-employee he was fired; due to getting contractors to do their job. My Husband worked on the fence... Read more »
Contact a member of the Fla Justice Assn that handles comp--they give free consults. Your husband needs to find out when he can go to a doctor of his own choosing. Generally that's all your husband will get.
Florida: My mother has 4 horses, and financially she is suffereing. She works 2 jobs and still cannot pay her bills, utilities are cut off every other month and I'm having to pay them for her. I know if she got rid of her horses, or at least 3 of them, she would be fine, but she refuses to do... Read more »
No, unless you can persuade a court that she is mentally incompetent, you cannot second-guess her financial decisions. You indicate that you are "having" to pay her bills. Actually that is not correct. Legally, you have no obligation to pay her bills.
Cases vary depending upon the facts of the case and the ability of the parties to a case to resolve the specific issues established in the pleadings of the case. Mediation is mandatory, usually, and a complete settlement can be reached in a vast majority of cases filed. In order to know the law on...Read more »
My neighbor has a huge tree and the limbs are hanging and touching my roof. Today when I got home one very large branch had fallen on one of my large animals cages and bent it all up and another fell on the shared fence and landed in my yard. Several more are dead and could fall any day. When I ask... Read more »
Make a claim to her insurance company for the damages.
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