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Electrical Fire Downtown, People Homeless for Now

March 7, 2010


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 […]

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 […]

Do not Believe Landlord/Tenant Statutes

August 23, 2009


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 […]

Meeting with Miami-Dade County Commissioner Bruno Barreiro

September 17, 2008


  Sunday, December 28, 2008 An update on my meeting with Miami-Dade County Commissioner Bruno Barreiro.  My first meeting was back in September. 2008 and I gave him 65 pages of documents and over 100 pictures showing where the Building Code Inspectors were not doing their job.  He told me that he was going to […]