Despite notice, Florida tenants can’t be evicted during governor’s moratorium on evictions
Ron DeSantis signed an executive order suspending evictions and foreclosures for 45 days amid the coronavirus pandemic. Some residents in Orlando say that despite that order they’re still receiving eviction notices from their landlords. She said while landlords can still send out eviction notices, they won’t be executed until the moratoriums are lifted. However, she said tenants are still contractually obligated to pay their rent and any back rent they owe. Hinden wants tenants to remember, they will eventually have to pay for rent they owe.
3 important steps to take if you’re involved in an accident
Below are three important actions to perform if you ever find yourself in an automobile accident and are not seriously injured. “The first thing is, you need to make sure you are safe,” said John Watson, an attorney at Bogin, Munns & Munns. 1 priority should be to get to a safe place.”Gather evidenceThis is important in two different ways. One, it’s important to take photos of both your car and others involved in the accident with a cellphone or camera. “That’s one of the more important things, is to preserve that evidence.”Two, it’s vital to pay attention to what other people in the accident say, according to Watson.