I live in Florida and the state law identifies what common areas are, but the HOA bylaws say the board has broad discretion with respect to what common areas are and the HOA has used this broad discretion to bill only certain homeowners for cost to maintain common area's deeded to the hoa.... Read more »
The common areas are designated by the plat of the community and the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. The board has discretion on how to spend HOA funds to maintain common areas. I am not sure what you mean by the last part of your statement "have used the bill only...Read more »
Should Rep. Pelosi and Sen. Charles Schumer agreed to having the National Guard called in when suggested in order protect against domestic violence? Does this Article apply to D.C. as well as states? Thank you.
If a Decedent died intestate and was never married, had no kids, no surviving parents or grandparents and no surviving aunts/uncles, or issue thereof, is there any possible scenario that would allow for the next of kin collateral heirs (being descendants of great-grandparents, ie. second cousins)... Read more »
Yes, it is possible. The State rarely gets assets to an estate. One thing that would be done in a probate with only distant and remote heirs would be the affidavit of heirs. If an intestate decedent has no living spouse, children, parents, or siblings, intestacy laws provide mechanisms to determine...Read more »
That's an Interesting question; I never heard of remote neural monitoring, so I just googled the phrase, "remote neural monitoring court cases". That turns up a number of court decisions which uniformly reject all such claims. The Courts dismiss such claims based on reasons such...Read more »
Generally speaking, a judge determines probable cause at a hearing and verbally announces their finding. Many times, certain things are erroneously left blank on certain forms and documents. The short answer is that, generally speaking, failing to write something on a certain box on a form or order...Read more »
I have been diagnosed with bipolar, anxiety, depression, PTSD,plus some physical disabillitys.My son moved here I own my trailer but pay a lot rent they said he can't live here he is 33 I want to move in a year they say he can't stay,is there anyway he can stay to help me?
Consult a lawyer in your area handling elder law issues. Search for lawyer by either clicking on the Find a Lawyer tab on the top of the Justia web page or contact the Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service, which will refer you to a lawyer with a low consultation fee - see https://lrs.floridabar.org...Read more »
So, I know I'm in the wrong too, but I need to see the best way to go about this. I have outside cats and just move where the landlord doesn't want animals, but they are outside cats. For my own reasons, I didn't mention it and just need a week or so for them to get use to their new... Read more »
Sorry, but you probably violated your lease (which we cannot review here online), requested service and now are upset the landlord found out you have cats in his house. It is logical to check each AC vent when there is a complaint the AC is not working properly. A landlord in Florida has the...Read more »
He was first being taunted by white officers that I know the name of, making racial slurs and saying things like "my knee isn't on your neck, you can breathe. giving him 6 DRS in a row at once for no reason, and when he tried to fight it himself in the jail. he wasn't let out to do... Read more »
Police have been called for the past year along with code enforcement. They have been fined, have attracted 2 documented gunfire incidents. Loud noise from their bass, public fights after club closes. Police have done nothing to shut them down. I no longer have peace, I have lost my job because I... Read more »
She’s being nasty and wants the car back. I moved too Florida with family and I don’t have a way to get back down here if I go up there and the car is titled and registered too her and she just won’t come and get her car so if I hypothetically got towed for parking could it or she come after... Read more »
Sounds like you trusted the wrong person. The car is legally hers. If it was purchased in North Carolina, and you then drove it to Fla., you are at risk of her reporting it stolen, and you getting arrested for theft. You should immediately confirm with her, IN WRITING, the "deal" you...Read more »
In my county, there is a religious freedom exemption from county wide mask mandates. After plainly stating my religious exemption from the mask mandate, would this qualify as a title II civil rights act violation for denial of service, when I have not violated any laws, and am being denied access... Read more »
If you're talking about Miami-Dade County, it apparently has no general religious exemption to the mask mandate. There is an exemption for being at or inside a religious institution, but not a religious exemption for other locations. See -...Read more »
It does protect them, and police CANNOT lawfully stop and search trucks any time, any place, for no reason whatsoever. There are certain locations, such as ports and border crossings, where you are warned that by entering, you consent to a search. At such locations, laws/regulations apply to...Read more »
You have not specified why that would be harmful to you. I would imagine that an apartment for the handicapped would have more benefits than a regular apartment, not less (for example, a larger bathroom and being on the ground floor), but I have no familiarity with it. You also have not specified...Read more »
I ask why is court reporter way on the other side of the room and not taking notes. To record our meeting we had in the middle of the court room, During deliberation. It was me my pd state atty an the judge. No court reporter. Before trial started my pd and me had a meeting in attys booth.... Read more »
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