READ the written contract. If it says the buyer forfeits their deposit if the deal does not close by a date certain, that would be good news for you. However, if the written contract is silent on the issue you might not want to do it.
Once the IRS attaches someone's Social Security Account for non-payment of back taxes, the lien will remain attached to the SS Account until the amount of back taxes owed--plus all assessed late penalties and interest owed--is repaid in full. Moving will not change anything.
I would like to know if my co-parent need to agree to the school that’s in my district if we have a court order which states that I have school designation as long as it’s an A school in my current district, the school is both, but my co-parent wants to take me to court bc he doesn’t agree.... Read more »
My apartment lease agreement had incentives including a one-year Brightline train pass. Due to COVID-19, the train has not been running for 3+ months. The value of a train pass is roughly $450/month when paying on a regular monthly plan. Since this is a benefit that was in our lease as an incentive... Read more »
How many days to respond to the Financial Form Affidavit, child support etc if served with petition for divorce in FL? I know that it is 20 days to respond to petition but is it the same for the Financial Affidavit, Child Support Worksheet and Parenting Plan if served with the Petition? I am pro se... Read more »
I moved into a house in Florida and after I moved I purchased a washer and dryer. I found that the outlet that was supposed to be used for the dryer doesn't fit because it was meant for a recreational vehicle. Is the landlord required to provide a usable outlet for the appliance?
Before asking the landlord I would re-read your written lease to see if it mentions “washer and dryer hookups.” If it does your request will have a much better chance of being honored-because the lease could be interpreted to do so.
This is the text my landlord sent 'Giselle said thanks to whoever call code enforcement on me that's the reason rent is going up .the city said I can't rent I guess it was a waist of $.i don't need a permit to do renovation inside my house.but I understand now and I went and got... Read more »
This makes no sense but let's say someone is 64 and trying to help their future social security. They have a failing business and process payroll for themselves every week. They pay all taxes like they are earning income, but they never cash their pay checks. They are process payroll... Read more »
Individuals cannot increase the amount of their annual or monthly Social Security benefits by creating imaginary payroll checks and not cashing them--unless they pay the payroll taxes associated with each bogus check. The Social Security Administration...Read more »
They got evicted from their last residence and we took them in asking nothing in return 3 mos ago so they could save money to be independent quicker. After a while they became belligerent and disrespectful to the point of non tolerance on our part. We asked them to leave which resulted in a verbal... Read more »
Yes, but from what you said about how belligerent and confrontational they have already demonstrated I would suggest you hold them to their word, wait the full 30 days and then see if you need to do anything else.
He doesn’t want to give me the documents proving he’s a Florida resident because he always wanted to complicate my life. Plus he never paid child support. Is there something I can do to get my right of in-state tuition?
I am under an LLC (one member) and provided earnings for one year. My Notice of Monetary Determination shows reason ineligible because of "No Florida Wages". Under normal circumstances, I obviously would not have applied but because of Covid, I had to close my business and I thought... Read more »
No one is entitled to any unemployment benefits unless the company they worked for has paid all the payroll taxes covering your employment. So if your LLC was the employee it is very unlikely that whoever "employed" you paid Florida's payroll taxes for you. If your LLC paid the...Read more »
My lease end date is for July 5th. I sent a notice on June 5th as we were not sure if the Covid cases will continue to increase/ decrease before our move out date. I have moved out of the apartments last week. Is it possible to fight the system as I don't think I can manage 2 rent payments at... Read more »
No lawyer can solve a problem that has not happened. So if you are still planning to move on July 5, you will need to wait to see what the landlord is going to do after you move out An option would be to stay put, and then see what happens. That will make you a 30 day tenant not encumbered by any...Read more »
My landlord fixed my room AC the best she could, but it's the building's AC unit that is making mine at less than 100% functioning. The part to fix it has been delayed 3 times and i can't live in my place because it is too hot. Is there a way to get out of my lease if my AC is... Read more »
As long as your landlord is not refusing to fix all the problems you have no grounds to break your written lease. If you want to insure your rights you can write a cordial letter to the landlord, explaining the entire situation and asking them to give you a date certain when all the A/C problems...Read more »
Donald heard about the advertisement, via a friend and immediately logged on to Clinton’s web page for further details. Donald immediately thereafter called 800-MOON and booked his trip for December 22nd 2020, he later called Clinton Public Company Limited and informed them that he no longer... Read more »
I received a Month-to-Month lease termination on June 18 which states "No rent will be due on June 30 will be taken from deposit." Based on 83.57 the time frame to vacate would be by the end of July. I was told by the landlord that if I do not pay for July he would start the eviction... Read more »
After years I realized that my payroll was being deducted purposely for work expenses such as hotels, online search fees, and even $10.00 for late reports. I confronted management and was fully reimbursed all expenses fully. I was required to sign a NDA which did NOT state the reason for the... Read more »
Reading between the lines: If you are thinking about talking to other employees of your former employer and planning to warn them about the (questionable) actions of their employer in deducting stuff they should not deduct, my advice to you is to stop, turn around and run away. Unless you want...Read more »
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