Jacksonville Florida is where this happened and he was accused of armed robbery but did not live with me was not on my lease and my name wasn't on the warrant either. They said they had probable cause but I'm not sure they did I'm looking into that. There are inconsistentcies on the... Read more »
So I'm buying this lot that is in a townhouse community. It is privately owned not by association. I called them up and they are planning on finishing devlopment once covid is over. But I would like to know, if they are allowed to build on my lot because it is in their community. But I do own... Read more »
I lived in Maryland and bought a house in Fl. When we got here in January 2020 it took til May to find out the house had a septic system. We never had it inspected because it wasn’t disclosed to buying Realator.
You should definitely consult with a family law attorney and probably retain one. A Motion for Contempt can be a serious matter. The other documents are requests that the attorney is making for you to produce information or documents. My advice is to consult with a family law attorney. Most...Read more »
This can be hard but not impossible to do. Beyond a simple search engine search, you have probably already tried, there a few ideas. First, look (online) in your local clerk of court or the clerk where the company is in locally. Next look in the local and federal courts where the company is...Read more »
I am currently living in a rental home with my lease being up 12/31/2020. My landlord requested I sign a renewal/move out letter 60 days prior to my lease being up. Since 10/8 I have received 13 emails (4 today) and 5 text messages requesting this. I do like where I am currently living, however I... Read more »
Rather than spending several hours looking for current Florida case law to support or undercut this ingenious way to make tenants notify their landlord whether they are staying or not I will just advise you to make up your mind now instead of "stringing them along" and making them very...Read more »
Your landlord is not required by law to furnish A/C. If you had a lease that required him to do so, then he would be. But you don't. You are required to pay your rent whether he fixes the A/C or not. Since you are on a month to month, you can give him 15 days written notice that you are...Read more »
I want to legally block my bf from returning to our shared residence after playing music in bar as I am high risk in contracting coronavirus & he REFUSES to agree to go elsewhere after playing to change clothes, shower & take all exposed equipment (he has a “following “ of people known... Read more »
Don't know what you mean by "a registering lawyer", but in any event, Courts do not screen appearing lawyers for competence. If you are referring to an Assistant Public Defender, the Public Defender carefully screens applicants for lawyer positions in his/her office and thereafter...Read more »
My mother works in a small office and the owners have been getting lax in taking precaution when it comes to COVID-19. First, they came into the office to work sans mask, despite being in contact with COVID positive people and tried to hide it. They let my mom work from home for a bit while she got... Read more »
Generally, your mother would not have a cause of action unless there was an actual law, rule or regulation (as opposed to a non-promulgated guidance) requiring the wearing of masks and the company had a practice of violating it. On the other hand, if she were to join with a group of employees to...Read more »
They should not go any farther. Hire a competent PR attorney right now to draft the Deed, handle transmittal of the Deed, Note and Deed of Trust, and distribute the sale proceeds after recording the documents. There are PR lawyers here on Justia.
So, about 4 days ago I was at work in my cpu and a survey popped up from my company. I take this survey, and to my dismay, it's about politics, Amy Coney Barret, Trump, who will you vote for, etc. I am a Republican so I filled it out as such. I moved from Texas to Florida 1 month ago to take... Read more »
It times past, it wouldn't be normal, but we are now in times in which the current President, from day one, decided to be a harsh divider rather than a uniter. He has caused this nation to go into a cold civil war that has now cost you your job. Unfortunately, the law does not prohibit...Read more »
To try to get a lawyer's response, you'll need to re-post with a QUESTION, along with a brief description of the facts of the case. Also, "Res Justia" is not a legal phrase. I suspect you mean "res judicata", meaning a thing adjudicated.
I bough the house in 2007 with my ex. Being military we moved and both signed a contract with a property company. After a few years we got divorced. We did a deed in leu and the house is solely under my name. I've had the current tenants for years and I am planning to sell. I asked the... Read more »
Our landlord picked up rent this month and produced a lease with 1500 per month (it was 1400 prior). We asked for time to think about it and they said yes, take the time you need. Three days later we were out of town getting married and he text asking for the extra set of keys. I stated we were in... Read more »
Tenants of only two months have a dog that is a Pitbulll mix and the park supervisor is now, after initially agreeing to having the dog at the park, demanding my father make the tenants move out of said property. The park contract states that Pitbulls are not allowed, but the park supervisor... Read more »
From my understanding, in the past, my brother-in-law's employer (a medical group purchasing and supply chain services company) required their employees to get flu shots but did not enforce it. He hasn't had a flu shot in years because the last couple of times when one was administered... Read more »
We lived in Texas for one year prior to relocating to Florida. My ex husband had 5 visits for 24 hour periods during the year ( his choice). After relocating, he has FaceTimed twice in the past year- once for 10 minutes thanksgiving and for 10 minutes three days ago. The child in question is now... Read more »
Thank you for your inquiry. The first issue I see is that you may have a jurisdictional issue that will have to be addressed before any adoption proceedings could move forward. If there were any court orders in Texas involving this child, it is likely that jurisdiction was retained in Texas....Read more »
My family and I was renting an apartment, and the landlord nor company would not fix nothing at all, my bathroom roof fell on my child, my floor leaks water and my kids got fungus skin infections from it, mold on my roof, walls,etc. And I and my daughter has asthma that gets triggered because of... Read more »
IF you don't contest it in Court, yes. The judge doesn't know anything except what's put in front of him or her. If you have just received the 3 day notice to pay or vacate, you should leave before an eviction complaint is filed. The mere filing of the complaint is enough to damage...Read more »
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