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Disclaimer: I am not an attorney nor someone who is skilled in contract law. 2019 Florida Statutes > Title VI - CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE > Chapter 83 LANDLORD AND TENANT §83.51 Landlord’s obligation to maintain premises. (1) ... The landlord’s obligations under this subsection may be altered or modified in writing with respect to a single-family ...


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You are evidently a tenant and the person supposedly empowered to initiate eviction proceedings is a landlord. This restriction is presumably part of a CCR for that community, and if the community is more that 12 years old, this condition may have been there since the beginning. Nothing mandates that statutorily-invalid conditions be removed from a lease. In ...


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Bizarrely, it depends on where you live in Kentucky. There is a law, the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (KRS 383.500 to 383.705) which states limits on residential leases (otherwise, the matter would be governed by the terms of the contract and common law). The state didn't enact those laws as enforceable in the state, it "made them available" ...


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In general, a contract for an unlawful purpose is void Since residing in an RV is illegal, a contract purportedly allowing you to do so is not a contract. However, whether you have protection as a tenant is probably unrelated to whether you have a valid tenancy agreement and would be based on if you were a tenant as defined in the relevant law. For example,...


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