On Aug 1 2022 i entered into a private contract for deed. on sept 16 2023 the seller died. he gave General Durable POA w/appointed agent to a guy named Jay. In Sept 2023 i was short on my mortgage, Jay agreed to payments & i gave him $260. on sept 5 he gave me a 3 day notice that said i did not... View More
I hired Pryco Movers in April 2022, I Sold my home on June 27th of 2022 and Pryco picked up on June 29th. They stated they would deliver in 30-45 days. They kept telling us there were delays, and last spoke with Pryco movers December of 2022 when they stopped answering calls. In April of 2023 I... View More
In signing up with a law firm to represent me for my hurricane Ian claim after my public adjuster failed, I was assured by both parties that all legal fees would be covered by my insurance company (Citizens) since the claim was filed before the law changed. This was the tone the entire case every... View More
I’m a wedding vendor that got targeted by a advertising scam with a well known company that wont allow me to cancel my advertising after them not following through with the promises of the amount of leads they were going to say I will receive. They lured individuals in a contract that they have... View More
In Florida, the time you have to respond to a motion to compel discovery or other motions generally depends on the specific rules of the court in which the motion was filed. However, as a general guideline, you typically have 20 days to respond to a motion in Florida's state courts. This...View More
(Florida). I signed a contract for solar installation to my home. The contract states that I have 3 days to cancel if I do not wish to proceed otherwise I pay $2500 for terminating after 3 days. Then 5 days later I did terminate the project. I emailed/called the installer and requested for the... View More
We have a front gate but a big section of our community does not have a barrier separating it from surrounding areas. We are trying to figure out whether or not it was false advertising and the builder is responsible for providing the additional barrier needed to gate in the full community or if... View More
There is no specific definition about that. You may want to review your PUD (Planned Unit Development) documents filed with the county and your HOA governing documents, to determine if the final community reflects the governing documents.
It also depends what you are trying to get at...View More
Yes, that's your only option. Either you or the plaintiff's attorney can set your motion for hearing. "I need more time to find an attorney" is generally not a good reason for the judge to grant your motion. My suggestion is to file your motion, and be working real hard to hire...View More
This is a Q and A forum, but you didn't ask a question. Also, if you're question is what legal remedies might be available, more facts would be needed about the sale, such as the terms of sale, whether there's a written contract, whether the car was sold "as is", whether...View More
I am having to move and they are saying I have to pay remainder or rent for 6months including my deposit, have heard shady stuff about the company so I did a quick search and found this out. I’m in Orlando, Florida
It depends how the lease was signed. Also, the LLC may not be the right party to the lease but the terms may inure to an individual. You need to read the lease to understand more. Basically, they shouldn't be creating new terms, and you shouldn't be unjustly enriched because the LLC...View More
Elderly couple on fixed income selling their home in Florida with an August 21, 2023 closing date. They were required to be out of the home prior to the closing date. On July 13th they leased a residence based on a one year term, monthly payment lease and moved in. The lease had no "early exit... View More
A signed lease is a legal contract between the parties. In this situation, the elderly couple signed a one-year lease, so the landlord can hold them responsible for it. If the lease allows, the unit could be sub-let to another renter, but the couple will be responsible for rent until that happens....View More
Did you agree to terms that let them take advantage of you as you describe, or not? Read the contract terms on the remedies granted to them when the buyer is in default, and determine if you agreed to whatever those are. If unclear, or you think they are violating the terms or that you did not...View More
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