Legal News Archive

Local fair housing organizations must apply by Dec. 5 for funding to support a variety of activities, including fair housing education, testing and enforcement.

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The court reversed a lower court decision about a rent-control ballot measure opposed by Florida Realtors. The court focused on the definition of “housing emergency.”

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An emergency rule focuses on Hurricane Ian’s impact on completing an in-person course online. The second rule updates course certificates' requirements.

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Websites should offer ADA info, but a hotel site claimed that a “tester” who didn’t plan to book a room shouldn’t be allowed to sue. A court judge disagreed.

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HOAs have rules and sometimes a homeowner ignores those rules. What if the color of a newly painted home falls outside the HOA’s approved color range?

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It also includes some company execs. The prosecutor calls it the largest settlement in U.S. history and allegedly focuses on procedures to avoid Sec. 8 vouchers.

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Judge: Condo owners don’t have to tell their boards why they want financial records, and they get to decide if their authorized representative can examine them.

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