Actually, a court order might not be necessary. Call the bank's attention to Florida Statute 735.303 and send them an affidavit as set forth in that statute. The statute can be accessed here:...View More
Can the Board Schedule [FOR SEVERAL DAYS] a Voting on Amending the Declaration of Restrictions in Order Garner THE TWO -THIRDS MAJORITY of the Lot Owners Required TO APPROVE of the Amendment Even Though the BYLAWS SPECIFY THAT ALL MEETINGS MUST FOLLOW ROBERTS RULE ??
In Florida, homeowner association (HOA) boards must adhere to the governing documents of the association, which typically include the bylaws and the declaration of restrictions. If the bylaws of your HOA specify that all meetings must follow Robert's Rules of Order, then this procedure should...View More
This is entirely for self protection in case someone tries to make false statements(given a lot of scary, false claims are made against men as shown in the media nowadays) Of course, not referring to installing anything in bedroom, bathroom or other private areas. Specifically talking about living... View More
If a person was made trustee of an estate after parents passed and the trustee paid out of pocket to fix up the home to sell it is the trustee allowed legally to deduct the money they spent on the house from the beneficiaries including electric bill
Person had injunction against them and had their guns taken away. Claims the 16 yr old lied and will file charges against them when they turn 18. The 16 yr old claims that they did not lie and is very frightened of the person.
Criminal charges can be filed by the state, not the person about whom the minor testified. Charges should be filed immediately upon discovery of the alleged perjury, and they wouldn't wait until the minor turns 18.
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It's possible both of you could be, but depending on the coverage of your policy, you might still have grounds for reimbursement (not if bare bones liability policy, but if additional coverage provided - an...View More
Your question may have been overlooked under the "Uncategorized" heading for two weeks. Some questions go unanswered on this forum, but you could try reposting under the "Social Security" heading. That could increase chances of the question being seen and picked up....View More
I financed my car directly though a dealership, a buy here pay here dealership. That dealership abruptly closed and all loans are being serviced by a 3rd party debt collection agency. Will this change my loan? And does the collection agency have the same rights as the dealership when it comes to... View More
My wife purchased items from an LLC, and paid upwards of $12000 for these items. After almost a YEAR of not getting the items, we asked for the money back, to no avail. We worked with PayPal and were able to retrieve half of what was basically stolen from us. We are still short $6000 and have been... View More
So my question is I was raised by my grandparents until my 15th birthday that is when my grandma died and my grandpa moved out and left me in the home alone from my 15th to my 17th birthday I paid all of the bills and maintained the house until there was a flood which happened on my 17th birthday... View More
You can sue the person in small claims for the value of the tools. Probably won't collect on this kind of a person. Suggest you don't loan a tool you want to keep in the future. Consider such a loan a give away. Thank you for using Justia, Ask a Lawyer.
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. If you authorized the cancellation, they would present that as a strong defense. If it was without authorization, it could depend on the extent of damages suffered. Good luck
Yes. If they "practice law" as defined by each state, and in particular if they practice before courts of that state, they have to be licensed to practice law in such state. If they practice before a federal court, they have to be licensed to practice in that court.
2 checks total to 4800 was deposited in my account and are fraud. I did not know this in the beginning I was being scammed. Now I have two different agents demanding I pay. one for 300 one for 500. I dont believe one is real but I also do not want to go to jail if I am wrong thinking both aew to... View More
It's unclear exactly what you may be charged with. In any event, law enforcement agencies do not ask suspects to pay fines directly to the agency. I suggest that you contact the local office of FBI yourself, by looking up its number. Ask them if they actually have been contacting you; that...View More
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