Browsing All posts tagged under »Landlord/Tenant Cases«

Making Change

August 8, 2010

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Making change is not easy when it comes to government employees or elected officials.  When the chance comes along and you can make a difference, then you need to step in and really pay attention to the people that are running for government offices such as the Florida Governor’s Race.  There are four main candidates […]

Letter to City of Miami Mayor

March 14, 2010

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Tomas Regalado Below is an article that I was reading from the Miami Herald written by Charles Rabin about City of Miami hiring an Attorney Firm to represent the City of Miami for what?  Then it says that the city should hire a forensic accountant for what?  What did the City of Miami Officials do […]

Electrical Fire Downtown, People Homeless for Now

March 7, 2010

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This Electrical Fire article by Liana Kozlowski in the Miami Herald, “Electrical Fire at downtown Miami Building leaves some residents temporarily homeless” maybe should not have happened if good inspections would have taken place.  We will never know because of the lack of interest within the City, County and State officials doing their job and […]

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 […]

Number 9th Complaint of 2009 should be Number 1 of 2009

January 3, 2010

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The Number 9th highest complaint filed with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in 2009 was Landlord/tenant disputes. The landlord/Tenant issues continue to be in the top ten, this year with 1,523 complaints and yet the politicians refuse to do anything about bad landlords.  I have been filing complaints with every government official in office […]

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 […]