At certain times of day I get a blinding glare from the sun’s reflection off their solar panels resulting in loss of use of my kitchen, breakfast nook, living room and patio. HOA says the laws are on their side and the homeowner will not do anything as their installer claims this would reduce... Read more »
answered on Nov 28, 2022
Draw the blinds? You have no options against the installer. It's remotely possible you have a claim against the homeowner. You'd have to retain an attorney to research the law to determine if you have a case.
I had solar panels installed 4 years ago and they have never worked. I have paid $300. monthly to the solar company and also pay high electric bills. I have been through the BBB with them and recently filed bankrupcy under chapter 7 due to the financial strain. I need someone that can help me get... Read more »
answered on Jan 25, 2022
It appears that you may have an adversary bankruptcy case, possibly a compulsory one. Also, if you "have been through the BBB with them", you may be able to enforce the results of arbitration, if any. Ask you bankruptcy attorney.
That stated if a bill from 2019 in an account in someone else's name wasn't paid they were going to shut power off.
Can they do that
answered on Apr 29, 2021
Probably. But what does it have to do with Florida law?
I filed an incident report but nobody has gotten back to me. Nobody has responded to voicemails. The dealership took a sample of the gas and it is completely clear.
answered on Mar 28, 2020
You could, but it does not look like the type of case that an attorney would accept on a contingency basis. You could face issues in showing the chain of custody of the sample, proper protocols used in taking the sample, tests of the gas station's tanks, your own vehicle's maintenance and... Read more »
I am a contractor for a large utility company and on a recent job i absorbed a tremendous amount of profit loss because a local municipality did not locate abandoned underground utilities in an easement. By not doing so it cost us to go over our budget. Is there any way to hold them accountable? I... Read more »
answered on Jun 18, 2019
Your best (only) bet is to complain about this situation to a few members of the city council and ask them how to file a "complaint" about the incident. Most if not all municipal governments carry liability insurance to avoid having to pay "damages" for not doing their job:... Read more »
In the state of Mississippi.
answered on Jan 30, 2019
You should ask this in Justia › Ask a Lawyer › Mississippi › Criminal Law ›.
I owned stock in a oil drilling company think it was ocean rig there was a bunch I would have to call fidelity to be 100% sure. Bought the stock800-900 shares for a buck each when oil tanked. They restructured right as oil bottomed out got out of anyone who had like less than 10000 shares and now... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2018
The court has the power to consider such repayment as you ask, but it is highly unlikely they would exercise it based on the above.
I was told "that would be a separate deed" (what does that means). My question is in the State of Florida do mineral rights automatically transfer to the seller unless specifically excluded? Or are they required to be specifically included? Finally, would the exclusion/inclusion be... Read more »
answered on Dec 7, 2017
The question regarding mineral rights, especially in the Santa Rosa County area, runs deep. (A little pun intended). Your question is dependent upon title records and a thorough review thereof. Also, there is just simply no way to give a general answer to a question like this. You need to... Read more »
This month's bill has an electric recovery fee of $15.00 and an Electric Charge of $51.55. I pay electricity through Duke Energy and not through the apartment complex. We just experienced Hurricane Irma this past month and I lost power for 5 days. I don't see how the apartment complex can... Read more »
answered on Oct 1, 2017
No way to say for sure without reviewing the terms of your lease.
If the lease authorizes it then yes but it does seem very suspicious. I doubt the lease authorizes the complex to charge this item.
I suggest that you review tiurnlrase in detail for such a clause or consult with a... Read more »
In February of this year I bought a house, and the sellers had a line in the contract that said "$200 owed for propane gas on premises." They told me that they were selling me this propane for this price when I bought the house. However, after I went through with the contract, they did a... Read more »
answered on Aug 24, 2017
Yes, the facts as you describe sound viable for a small claims action.
Peggy is the heir to the oil rights and she has 2 children with her first husband.
Peggy divorces her first husband.
Peggy marries Tom.
Peggy and Tom have no children together.
Peggy dies and is survived by Tom.
Tom passes away a few years later.... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2016
The mineral rights, as well as anything else in Peggy's estate, pass to her intestate heirs, who would be her children as well as Tom (or his estate).
My lease ends on 10/31, but I am already out so I turned my power off. My landlord said that I either have to turn them back on or she is going to turn them on and I have to pay for it. Is that right? Am I required to keep my power on through the end of the lease?
answered on Oct 23, 2015
What does the lease say about this? Read it. If it says nothing about this, and you have already vacated, it appears that the landlord is being unreasonable here.
answered on Aug 7, 2015
Have you done a simple internet search for this? It is always best to have an attorney draft one for you instead of finding a form.
answered on Aug 5, 2015
This question is confusing. It helps when you give the actual facts.
answered on Apr 1, 2015
It would be best to get to an attorney and Florida specific documents drafted and executed.
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