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Q: My brother got picked up on a warrant in front my house.. my question is it legal for police to put him in a van and

Take him back to his Place and walk around and say they have cause for search warrant? And then search the property ??

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Q: Can I claim an abandoned vehicle left for a year in a private parking lot?

I frequently visit an shopping center, where I’ve noticed a vehicle abandoned for 6 months. The tag is expired by a year and a half and the vehicle has signs of vandalism and wear from sitting so long. I know under Florida law I can make a claim to an abandoned vehicle if it’s found on public... Read more »

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Q: Can a CAM and his Assistant that work for a Management Company be owners of the same property the manage?

In other words, CAM and his assistant are also members of the HOA at the same time

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Q: Can an officer of a cooperative pay himself for maint work? Please give statute/code regarding this

Treasurer of our cooperative association is being paid for minor maintenance work (not reimbursed) and writes checks to himself for same.

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Q: Can you seek compensation if you booked an Airbnb and they didn't contact you to cancel?

Do over 4 night free trip because of bug infested and we have purchased airfare and catering

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Q: I’m a transman in Florida. I recently turned 18. Where do I start when it comes to a legal name change & marker change?

Like I said, I’m a transgender man. I live in Florida, which I assume is important. I wanted to change my name sooner, but never got to it due to separate medical issues and other things taking up most of my time. Now that I am 18, I feel the process might be easier? I’ve been researching the... Read more »

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Q: Does 15 USC 1662b really allow you to rescind your auto loan, lien free bc dealership accepting a dwn pymt can be fraud?

I was told at a seminar that according to 15 USC 1662b when a auto dealership accepts a down payment it can be considered fraudulent and you can actually rescind your auto loan. Not only getting your money back but being able to do it lien free? I have been learning quite a bit about this topic and... Read more »

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Q: My husband and I were given holiday and birthday day gifts. Now they want them back. Do I have to return them
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Nov 3, 2022

Normally no, you don't. Giving a gift transfers ownership.

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Q: I reside in Florida, I own a pellet gun/air gun, and I want to know if it’s legal to add an orange tip for my own safety

I’ve searched for the answer online but only found the phrase “it’s not required”. Though it’s somewhat of a grey area. They’re not considered real guns but also not considered toys either. I want to add the orange tip because of my own safety, I don’t want it to be mistaken as a real... Read more »

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Oct 7, 2022

I am fairly confident that there is no law prohibiting you from adding an orange tip.

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Q: What is a PROPOSED ORDER (Florida) & how do I write one? It's a civil case I'm trying to get reopened. Please help.

It's me against a hospital fir letting my records be obtained by an employee with I'll intent. They didn't protect my confidentiality. They promised to do so when I warned them of their employees threats.

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Sep 23, 2022

A proposed order is an order you want the judge to sign.

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Q: Should I sue them? My wife has worked very hard on her mental health. She had suicidal thoughts and a plan back in 2018.

When my wife left, she was a zombie. It took all of her personality from her. Took about a week to recover. Since then, she got help and went to therapy. She’s been doing great. Until this week. A month ago, our pharmacy said we were not allowed to fill her medicine for 90 days. I argued and they... Read more »

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Sep 17, 2022

Sue the pharmacy for what; no proper medication for three days? Just go back and get the right prescription.

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Q: I recieved a right to dissolve a writ and certificate of service for a garnishment. Is there something I need to do

It is saying I must move to dissolve the writ of garnishment within 20 days

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Aug 30, 2022

You need to file a claim of exemption within 20 days of receiving notice of the levy. You also might want to contact the judge's judicial assistant to see how soon a hearing can be held.

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Q: My son has been in cape coral with non biological grandma, she needs something to allow her to get insurance for him???

My son has been here for 3 years now Cape Coral Florida and now the grandmother needs something that will allow her to get him insurance. He's decided to finish school here.

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Aug 24, 2022

What is your question? This "something" she needs; has she asked the insurance company what that something is?

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Q: How do I file a complaint or lawsuit against someone for a wrongful eviction when I never lived at the property
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Aug 22, 2022

Someone sued you asking that you be removed from the property? If so, how have you been damaged?

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Q: Okay so I'm being charged with the same charges but for different dates does double Jeopardy apply ?

I haven't been to trial yet I was wondering will I be sentenced for each crime

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Jul 29, 2022

No, the double jeopardy clause probably doesn't apply; it appears that you are accused of having committed the same crime twice, and on two different occasions.

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Q: My wife took my car from my work which is both of our names. She has her own vehicle.

I just want my car and my stuff. How can I go about getting it back

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Jul 28, 2022

Personal property, such as automobiles, are normally divided in a divorce. If the two of you can't settle this among yourselves, a divorce is the obvious solution.

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Q: I am a LPN and have been wrongfully accused of drug deversion.DOH has contacted me to do a interview to hear my side.
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Jul 26, 2022

What is your question? Don't talk to them without an attorney.

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Q: Can a hotel owner have paying guest/employee's vehicle towed from his property for not moving from a parking space?

I work and live at a hotel. My vehicle has been broke down for about 2 weeks. It's sitting in the same parking spot we normally would park in. The owner has asked me to move the vehicle to the back of the hotel so it would not be seen by other guests. I haven't moved it because I... Read more »

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Jul 10, 2022

Yes, of course. It's his space and he can have any vehicle towed, assuming he has given you reasonable notice.

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Q: What type of lawyer should I obtain if I am suing someone for UTMA fraud?
William Jaksa
William Jaksa
answered on Jun 30, 2022

Are you talking about Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (UTMA)? If you are suing someone you should be looking for a litigator, financial malpractice litigator.

https://www.toronto-criminal-lawyer.co/services/fraud-charges/

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