Flooded Cars

Flooded Cars

Once upon a time – Not so long ago…. Hurricane Irma hit Florida Keys as a Category 4 storm on the morning of Sept. 10, 2017 as Irma continued north, she ripped off roofs, flooded coastal cities, and knocked out power to more than 6.8 million people. As Irma roared...Read More
Landlord Tenant Q and A

Landlord Tenant Q and A

Q.: How long does the Landlord have to return my Security Deposit after I move out? A.: Upon the vacating of the premises for termination of the lease, if the landlord does not intend to impose a claim on the security deposit, the landlord shall have 15 days to return...Read More
Yo-Yo Sale

Yo-Yo Sale

What is a yo-yo sale? You really want a new car. You saw an advert with an awesome deal. Off you go to the dealership. You negotiate a deal and, what joy, you can take the car home immediately. The dealership tells you that they got you financed. Why not enjoy your...Read More
RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF TENANTS

RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF TENANTS

When a person pays rent to live in a house, apartment, condominium or mobile home, the renter becomes a tenant governed by Florida law. It doesn’t matter whether payment is made weekly, monthly or at other regular periods. Also, it doesn’t matter whether the...Read More
RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF LANDLORDS

RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF LANDLORDS

If you rent a house, apartment, condominium or mobile home to another person, you enter into a legal contract known as a rental agreement. This rental agreement need not be in writing. If the rental agreement is in writing, it is a “lease.” This agreement has certain...Read More