I recently rented a home that my realtor said was owned by a company and they would not sell it and we could stay for a long time. Two days after signing the lease and we already started the move I got an email from a company telling us the home was sold to their client. A few days later they... Read more »
What does this have to do with Florida? Is the property in Florida? If so, someone would have to be appointed by a Florida court as personal representative. If the "declaration of heirs" constitutes a will according to Florida law (without regard to where it was executed), and the decedent was a...Read more »
HOA by laws state they are responsible for commom elements and limited elements
Is our apts ceiling building material (undecorated drywall) considered one of these common elements? We do not have our own homeowners insurance so would like to have the Building insurance cover this. From... Read more »
The quoted portion of the by-laws is ambiguous. If I were representing the HOA's insurance carrier, I would argue that the word "undecorated" implies that the horizontal plane is the BOTTOM surface of the drywall (where the paint or other decoration would go). But if the mold comes from something...Read more »
I got a traffic citation on careless driving and the citation has not been filed with the clerk. I decided to get a lawyer to pay for the ticket online but he can't pay it since it hasn't been filed yet. The due date for the payment is on the 19th. The ticket also says that an appearance in court... Read more »
Operated a auto repair shop in NY in 1999. Had CPA do my taxes and paid what he said that I owed for sales tax tax for year 1999 which was around $500. Later got notice that I owed more than I had paid so I contacted CPA and he said he would take care of the issue. Had unfortunate events occur in... Read more »
It looks to me that this is a foreclosure. If you can find a short-sale buyer before the mortgage foreclosure sale, and pay off the mortgage balance, the foreclosure plaintiff should be willing to dismiss the case.
If the student loan or the mortgage balance are your principal debts,...Read more »
We were never married, only together 6 months. And also could he stop me from moving? I also have 4 other kids with my fiance of 13 years. We really need this house and are able to afford it up north for a big family.
a condo is for sale at the sarasota county website. The Plaintiff is the HOA and legal doc's say the plaintiff's max bid is the exact amount of what is owed to the HOA for late fee's, etc. The Defendant on the case is the owner of the condo and also Secretary of housing and urban development. In... Read more »
I have a house we are going to rent to own in another state, the father only usually sees him maybe once a month and JUST started paying child support again. I want to move my family to another state so we can live happier together and near other family. What would I have to do to move as soon as I... Read more »
Assuming that you and the child's father were divorced, and there is a time-sharing plan in place, you would need to file a motion with the court in the dissolution case for permission to take the child to the other state.
I'm guessing this has something to do with a garnishment. If so, you should have been served with process. Show the order to an attorney in your area to see what it's all about. Or you might want to review the court file (you can do that online; google "clerk of court" for your county).
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