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  1. Thread: Elder Law

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    Long-Term Care: Elder Law

    My question involves a person located in the state of: Florida

    My mother-in-law moved to the US in 2002 and received her green card in 2004 (approx). She has lived with us the last 8 years as she...
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    Defamation: Re: On Duty Police Officer

    But it's the web and anonymous...
  3. Business Regulation: Re: Can You Use a Mail Center as a Business Address for a Florida LLC

    According to the Florida statutes 608.407, an LLC must have a street address as its principal office. The registered agent must have a street address. There is no definition of what is a street...
  4. Homeowners Associations: Re: When Are HOA CC&Rs Extinguished by the Marketable Record Titles Act (MRTA)

    Recorded is what I meant.

    I am very confused on chain of title and the date the documents need to be revitalized. Is it from the date that the covenants were recorded, the date the first lot was...
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    Homeowners Associations: Re: Arbitrary Enforcement of an Unwritten Regulation

    ***Warning*** Be very careful about bringing legal action against an association. The board is fighting with other people's money while you are fighting with your own. It sucks to have an HOA that...
  6. Homeowners Associations: When Are HOA CC&Rs Extinguished by the Marketable Record Titles Act (MRTA)

    My question involves real estate located in the State of: Florida

    I live in an HOA and I would like to know if the covenants have been extinguished by MRTA. The original 'Declaration of Covenants...
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    Condo & Co-Op Boards and Associations: Re: Remedy for HOA Violating State Statute

    Thanks!
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    Condo & Co-Op Boards and Associations: Remedy for HOA Violating State Statute

    My question involves an HOA located in the State of: Florida

    I am a new board member for our HOA. It has become apparent that the board is in consistent violation of Florida statute 720. There...
  9. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Denied Permits to Clear Land for a Private Road

    There intent is to prevent me from doing anything with the land without building a house first.
  10. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Denied Permits to Clear Land for a Private Road

    Not to sound unappreciative, but this is getting way off the topic of the advice I am seeking. Whether people agree or disagree with me or the city is not really important.

    To be clear - I have...
  11. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Denied Permits to Clear Land for a Private Road

    I am not sure what you mean by commercial purposes. I will do the minimum to keep the ag exemption but this is in no way a commercial venture.
  12. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Denied Permits to Clear Land for a Private Road

    I see the logic of that to a point. Say I decide to transfer property A to a different entity. Now property B falls under the definition of legally landlocked property and statute 704.01 becomes...
  13. Land Use and Zoning: Re: Denied Permits to Clear Land for a Private Road

    Does anyone have reference to case law involving a similar situation. Can a municipality effectively block ingress/egress to a property? If they can, does the property technically become landlocked?
  14. Land Use and Zoning: Re: City Denying Ability to Access Property

    Equestrian activities are permitted on the city lot (just need a damn house to go with it). There is a very similar properties within a mile but that is zoned agricultural.

    I intend for the...
  15. Land Use and Zoning: Re: City Denying Ability to Access Property

    I am planning on a small stable and horses on the county property. All activities I plan on doing in the county property are also compatible with the city zoning.

    There is a political aspect in...
  16. Land Use and Zoning: Re: City Denying Ability to Access Property

    I can go in with a brushhog (oversized mower) as that does not disturb the ground. If i went in with a root rake (like a dozer but forks instead of a blade), that would require a permit. The...
  17. Land Use and Zoning: Re: City Denying Ability to Access Property

    There is a clause stating the purpose is to provide areas for single detached homes. The city is claiming that all other uses are accessory uses. They also claim that any land disturbance falls...
  18. Land Use and Zoning: Denied Permits to Clear Land for a Private Road

    My question involves an easement in the state of:Florida

    I own two adjacent properties. One property (A) is within city limits and the other property (B) is outside the city limits. Property B...
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