Residents at a Days Inn on Dix Ellis Trail in Jacksonville are on edge after they say they paid the owner of the property their rent money last week. Shortly after that they were told the property was sold to
Renting your residence can be a more precarious agreement than expected, according to one Roanoke schoolteacher who warns that tenants are insufficiently protected from the whims of property management.
An eviction notice issued to Vincent Brown in May was later
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Hurricane Ian destroyed more than 5,000 homes in Lee County, Fla., and damaged nearly 30,000 more in late September, raising concerns among local residents about housing affordability – and changes to their communities – as developers
A group of legal aid lawyers is going on strike for half a day on Monday, while the renewal of their collective agreement remains unresolved with the Quebec government.
The group is made up of lawyers attached to the CSN-affiliated
Under New Jersey’s Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA), a public agency may discuss taking adverse action against a public employee in a closed (executive) meeting unless the employee is being discussed exercises his or her right to have the discussion
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New Jersey Basis for Open Authorities, March 2021
New Jersey’s native governments, on common, are solely 60 % in compliance with the New Jersey Open Public Conferences Act (OPMA), in response to a examine launched by the