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I was well aware of the answer you gave me. Unfortunately the answer is both legally valid and utterly useless.
Filing lawsuits is costly and enriches only lawyers with almost always zero practical effect on conditions in time to make a difference.
My question related to what I thought were new measures that could legally be applied that constituted a practical quick and inexpensive shortcut to just results.
I was told the law was just passed under HB77 and signed by the governor. Is that true? And if so what relief does it afford condo Assn's dealing with deadbeat and/or belligerent tenants who flagrantly disobey condo rules secure in the belief that legal redress is not an option 99% of the time.
Thanks very much. It is what it is. I am amazed at the opposition this law received from agitators and left wing groups when all it does is make eviction marginally easier. Its effect will not be noticeable.
However as you say, all you can do is provide me with the news and it is not for me to 'shoot the messenger'. You have done your job well..
Forgive me for reacting as I did. I had thought for a moment that right had prevailed over evil in a small way with this new law. NOT SO.
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