Monthly Archives: November 2022
Evicting Non-Compliant Tenants In Florida
Landlord-tenant law is a forever-contentious area, often with both sides of legal disputes being firmly convinced they are in the right. However, when a tenant does something to deliberately break their lease or breach one or more of the terms, the landlord’s right to evict the tenant is crystal clear. If you are trying… Read More »
Frequently Asked Questions About Florida Emotional Support Animals
Many people have pets and love them, but some companion animals have important work to do for their owners. Service animals are trained to perform specific tasks for their disabled owners, such as alerting a diabetic to low blood sugar, or providing pressure grounding and comfort for a person with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)…. Read More »
Can Individual HOA Board Members Be Sued In Florida?
Despite the fact that most board members in homeowners’ and condominium associations are volunteers, being a board member is a job that comes with quite a bit of responsibility. Community association boards generally have a fiduciary duty to their owners, and because of this, owners may file suit in an effort to hold them… Read More »
Is Secondhand Smoke A Violation Of Florida Condo Laws?
Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) show that between 2005 and 2020, the number of U.S. adults who regularly smoke cigarettes has declined from roughly 21 percent down to 12.5 percent. Smoking has also become more and more proscribed in public – but in some cases, smoking can be a nuisance… Read More »