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The court ruled wetlands can only be regulated under the Clean Water Act if they have a “continuous surface connection” to larger, regulated bodies of water.
RE Q&A: A condo owner paid a special assessment for a project that’s now delayed for at least a year. If she sells, can she get that unspent money back?
The lawsuit alleges that the law casts an “undue burden of suspicion” on anyone with a name sounding “remotely Asian, Russian, Iranian, Cuban, Venezuelan or Syrian.”
One of a home’s co-owners lost a job and stopped paying his half of the mortgage along with other expenses. What happens next?
Gov. DeSantis recently signed SB 264, which restricts, in part, the sale and ownership of certain Fla. properties to “foreign principals, persons and entities.”
A condo owner decided to take up the drums, but even though he only practices during the day, the noise doesn’t stop with his four walls. What can other owners do?
A landlord gave a tenant notice of nonrenewal at the legally correct time, but the tenant wants to stay because she’s close to healthcare. What does fair housing law say?