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Blog Posts in April, 2013

04/25/13 It's The Law: Tax Certificates Are Not Deeds

It's The Law Tax Sale Certificates Are Not Deeds (4/25/13) Question: I understand that you do not lose title to your property if you do not pay taxes. Instead, some type of tax certificate is ...
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04/18/13 It's the Law: Florida Has Statute Addressing Slip and Falls

It's The Law Florida Has Statute Addressing Slip and Falls (4/18/13) Question: I stepped on something slippery in a department store, fell down and broke my hip. Do I have a good case for damages ...
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04/11/13 It's The Law: Adoption of a Girlfriend Can Be Problematic

It's The Law Adoption of a Girlfriend Can Be Problematic (4/11/13) Question: I heard something recently about an old man who wanted to adopt his girlfriend. Is that legal? Answer: Adoption ...
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04/04/13 It's The Law: Condominium Can Install Hurricane Protection

It's The Law Condominium Can Install Hurricane Protection (4/4/13) Question: Hi. My condo complex board decided to let everyone change out their sliding doors and windows to hurricane proof type, ...
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