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1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law, Contracts and Government Contracts for Florida on
Q: I want to source hvac units and resell them to licensed installers locally. Am I able to sell them legally w/o license?

I would sell them to local small businesses that do ac repair and need hvac units for their customers. I do not have a license and wanted to know if I legally needed one to be able to buy and sell hvac in FL

Keith Kanouse
Keith Kanouse answered on Oct 7, 2020

I don't think you need a license from the Construction Industry Licensing Board but you would need an occupational license. You should also form an S corporation or LLC to protect you and have the manufacturer cover you under its product liability insurance..

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Small Claims for Florida on
Q: If you leave your property on city property does it become owned by the city?

Volunteers/nonprofit leaving goods overnight.

City then uses such goods, and claims such property is owned by them.

Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Jul 21, 2020

If it's abandoned, and whether that is the case depends on all of the circumstance, it can be taken by anyone.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Personal Injury, Civil Rights and Government Contracts for Florida on
Q: if i was put in jail. i win trial let but i lost everything.what should i do.

it was a stand your ground case.

Charles M.  Baron
Charles M. Baron answered on Feb 8, 2019

You question is vague, but you seem to be wondering if you can seek compensation from anyone for being arrested, jailed, and prosecuted. For compensation from law enforcement authorities, the answer is yes, IF there was no probable cause for the arrest and/or no probable cause for the prosecution.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Criminal Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Florida on
Q: Will a dismissed felony charge in georgia prevent me from obtaining a florida salesman liquor license?

I have the dismissal disposition. The charge was attempt to purchase marijuana in georgia.

Andy Wayne Williamson
Andy Wayne Williamson answered on Dec 1, 2017

Sorry, your question is too broad and would require an attorney to research the issue. I suggest that your consult with an attorney in your area or the area where you desire to open the Liquor store about this issue.

Good Luck,

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Government Contracts for Florida on
Q: I was to partner on a contract bid for the city of Florida. They submitted my tax returns to prove what my salary would

Be. They won the bid but never informed me. Do I have financial recourse?

Andy Wayne Williamson
Andy Wayne Williamson answered on Oct 23, 2017

Just not enough information listed here to say for sure. I suggest that you consult with a litigation attorney in the Miami area on this issue to see if you have a case. (I am located in North West Florida, so I am too far away to be able to help you).

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