the hoa sent a warning to the property manager/landlord about a broken blind, they did not give me the warning stating they do not have to, however when the hoa followed up for compliance they seen that it was still broken and issued a fine, which was passed to me.
Don't pay the fine. It's up to your landlord to pay it. If your landlord wants to be reimbursed by you, the landlord will have to be able to demonstrate that you were given notice and that your lease requires you to pay it.
Hired three technicians and they all stated attic is well insulated and that hvac and ac unit are clean and functioning properly. All technicians concluded that setting the thermostat to 72 upstairs and 67 downstairs created excessive condensation that led to mold.
Unless the property manager is also an attorney, he or she cannot represent you in court. You may, of course, be able to require them to find a Florida attorney for you and to appear in court to testify. That would depend on the terms of their contract.
I received a citation to appear in court by a police officer for a misdemeanor petit thief. I went to court (never to jail) and then the charges were eventually dropped. Now I am going for my interview for my USA Citizenship. When they ask me "if I have been arrested"; can I still say... Read more »
Their mother has denied mental health services to our daughter, who has been battling depression, stating that there’s nothing wrong. Mother is verbally and mentally abusive, as witnessed by both of my children. Step father is a good man and tries to help but can’t do much. They’re begging to... Read more »
I had a special set hearing scheduled and the plaintiff filed a motion for an enlarged extension of time due to COVID 19. Can I make the plaintiff produce medical documentation if I believe they are lying and just attempting to delay the hearing?
The responsible party’s PIP was received, my PIP was fought for (only to be finally given the full amount due to a surgery being deemed necessary), but then my case was settled by my attorney. No further compensation was fought for or received. I had to have more surgeries after that and... Read more »
I am now the sole name on the loan, but I am not on the title. The executor /beneficiary refused to take out a loan to pay off the heloc balance, and has me paying the minimum payment plus $200 principle, plus taxes and home owners insurance as my lease. She did not give me life estate, even though... Read more »
What good would it do you to get the property in your name? It appears that your step-daughter has no interest in refinancing as long as you are making the payments. You are in the same position as any rental tenant, you have the choice of continuing to pay what is in effect rent, or move; with...Read more »
I got a speeding ticket in Georgia and my license got suspended due to failed to appear (I have florida driver license) i have got an attorney in Georgia(he only practice in Georgia and he's not aware of Florida low), and the state offers me if i play guilty i can ask... Read more »
I have been on pain pills since 1990. I have arachnoiditis and take pills as needed. The last 2 visits he asked me how many I take a day. It depends if I need it or not. I lay in bed all day. I said sometimes I only take 2 a day because that is all I need and he kicked me out of his office and... Read more »
No physician is required to continue treating a patient, especially if the physician feels that to continue treating the patient and prescribing medication would violate his professional standards. You can always try to find another physician who agrees with you regarding the proper course of...Read more »
Yes, the fact that he has filed for bankruptcy protection shouldn't really affect his ability to carry out his duties as trustee. If you feel there are grounds under state (non-bankruptcy) law to remove him you can apply to the state courts to remove and replace him.
He wants to stop paying child support even tho Hunter’s never stayed with him longer than 2 weeks. I don’t think he’ll stay down there too long. If the judge orders payments to stop, how difficult will it be to get child support now that his dad moved from Kentucky to Florida?
If an Indiana court has ordered the father to pay child support, it would be up to that court to modify the support order, if that court finds that child support should be modified. In the mean time, the person to whom the support is payable can contact the Florida Department of Revenue to assist...Read more »
Yes, I think you're wrong. You can call the room anything you want. But it seems to me that if you put a bed in it and someone regularly sleeps in that bed, it's a bedroom. An armoire, for example, is a good substitute for a closet.
2 time property has been up for probate having character issues with the children and they will not produce a will for my house or property and I’m in the will and my taxes are paid theirs is not I own half of their property and paid but they blocking me thru conflict
What you are trying to ask is very unclear, but if the property was transferred by deed (from the decedent who owned the property) before the decedent died, a will would probably not have any effect upon title to the property.
Me and my ex recently divorced. Papers haven’t been signed but judge ruled. We still have a joint account, which the stimulus was deposited into. My ex transferred the entire amount to his own account and left me with nothing.
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