My question involves an eviction in the state of: Florida
This a continuation of this short thread http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/show...ht=#post625281
Since the 15% townhouse rental limit has been reached within the community, the landlord is not allowed to rent to us (he has his own house so he'll never live there anyways). So now the landlord has changed our living situation from a rental to simply living there for free. In my opinion, our living situation is now no different than a house sitter staying long term or having an out of town friend stay for awhile.
The owner has received a letter stating that since he cannot rent to us, that we must move out within 30 days.
Since we are no longer renting and are now simply living there, can an HOA control who stays there? Is there a state statute that defines the conditions of an owner's right to decide who lives on his property? Is there a state statute that defines the difference between someone who rents and someone who lives somewhere with no ownership?
I greatly appreciate any advice and can provide clarification.