Someone has posted false information about me on social media which could potentially be very damaging to my personal and professional life.
answered on Nov 7, 2022
You should consider immediately demanding a retraction and that the information be removed.
A common law claim for defamation requires the unprivileged publication (to a third party) of a false and defamatory statement concerning another, with fault amounting to at least negligence on... Read more »
answered on Oct 6, 2022
Florida Statues Section 733.302:
Who may be appointed personal representative.—Subject to the limitations in this part, any person who is sui juris and is a resident of Florida at the time of the death of the person whose estate is to be administered is qualified to act as personal... Read more »
answered on Sep 25, 2022
Interesting question. If the contract says it can be executed in counterparts it can be signed on separate documents. Probably would be valid if executed like that even without specifically so stating. Technically, each of the signed originals in full when placed together would be the original. If... Read more »
The business I am suing is an LLC and is also franchised. This will be a small claims case in the state of Florida. For the business I am suing, there is a principal address listed, a mailing address listed and also a registered agent name and address listed. Which of these addresses should receive... Read more »
answered on Sep 20, 2022
Florida Statutes 48.062, Service on a limited liability company. states:
(1) Process against a limited liability company, domestic or foreign, may be served on the registered agent designated by the limited liability company under chapter 605. A person attempting to serve process... Read more »
answered on Sep 19, 2022
This is not enough information to accurately respond. But in general, it would depend on a number of factors, such as whether this is an "as is" deal, whether there is a mortgage contingency and whether that expired, etc. Also, are there conditions in the home which the seller was... Read more »
Parking has always been free in the complex’s private lot. Nothing in lease has ever said I agree to pay for a parking stickers. Do I have any obligation to buy these stickers or entitled to parking as I’ve always had?
answered on Sep 19, 2022
Since this is for the benefit of the community, it would likely be allowed, even with the cost to you. Landlords are generally allowed to adopt reasonable rules and regulations for the community. This would likely be considered reasonable, even though it includes a cost to you to participate. Of... Read more »
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