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Help Stop Bad Landlords

August 22, 2010

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There are many ways to stop bad landlords.  Shell we shoot them?  The answer is no even though I would love to shoot my exlandlord and his manager.  Then you have the different government agencies that are to enforce the laws that protect tenants from bad landlords but that does not work either.  Then after […]

2 1/2 Years Later Still Nothing Done

February 15, 2010

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I have sent out e-mails, made appointments, called, and after 2 1/2 years later the City, County and State have not done anything about bad Code Enforcement.  They keep telling me that the apartment buildings owned by the 215 Building Corp. have past all Code Inspections when in fact that not one building could ever […]

The Laws for Landlord/Tenant Laws cannot be enforced by Tenants

November 13, 2009

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The landlord/Tenants Laws Chapter 83 con only be enforced by tenants but the if the tenant takes the landlord ot court the judges rules against the tenants.  This procedure has got to stop.  If a person steals from a store the police will help arrest the person stealing from that store but if a landlord […]

The House I am Renting is Being Foreclosed

September 3, 2009

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What is a Foreclosure? If your landlord does not his mortgage, the mortgage company may file a foreclosure. A foreclosure is a lawsuit filed by the mortgage company when the landlord does not pay the mortgage.  In the foreclosure, the mortgage company asks the court to sell the property to pay off the mortgage. I […]

Do not Believe Landlord/Tenant Statutes

August 23, 2009

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When you think the laws are correct then you have to get a judge to read them the way the law was not meant to be read.  All of the Landlord/Tenant laws have been thrown in the thrash when it comes to Teretha Lundy Thomas.  Florida Statute 83.51  Landlord’s obligation to maintain premises.  Florida Statute 83.51 […]

Another Bad Judge, Shelley Kravitz

August 9, 2009

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Florida Statute 83.49 (2) The landlord shall, within 30 days of receipt of advance rent or a security deposit, notify the tenant in writing of the manner in which the landlord is holding the advance rent or security deposit and the rate of interest, if any, which the tenant is to receive and the time […]

Beg, Borrow, Steal Get an Attorney for Court

July 31, 2009

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Beg, Borrow, or steal but whatever you do make sure you have an attorney if you need to go to court.  I went to Small Claims Court to get my money back from my old ex-landlord and lost even after the law and many attorneys that I have talked to stated that it was an open […]