Browsing All posts tagged under »Landlord and Tenant«

Bill McCollum Flat Out Lied

March 7, 2010


In an article written by Mary Ellen Klas and Steve Bousquet called “Leading Candidates for Florida governor cautious on issues”  in the Miami Herald, Bill McCollum stated; “By and large, I’m leaving it to the Legislature,” McCollum said of the budget hole. “I obviously have views — people ask me, for example, about public safety, […]

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

November 13, 2009


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 […]

Guidelines for Security Deposit Charges

July 17, 2009


Chart: Cleaning and Repairs a Landlord Can Deduct From a Security Deposit Landlords are permitted to deduct from security deposits for damage or excessive filth, but not for ordinary wear and tear. Typically, landlords may charge tenants for any cleaning or repairs necessary to restore the rental unit to its condition at the beginning of […]

Deposit Money

November 25, 2008


Now the 30-day limit begins when you move out.  Was the letter dated on the 20th or was the date on the actual “Certified Mail” stub dated the 20th of the month.  If the letter was dated the 20th of the month and it was not given to the post office until after the 30 […]