Today, on June 17, 2020 in the State of Florida what is the status of Governor DeSantis's executive order suspending
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Customer: Today, on June 17, 2020 in the State of Florida what is the status of Governor DeSantis's executive order suspending evictions of renters of apartment(s) and room(s) who are victum's of events related to COVIN-19 virus problems related to earnings?
JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?
Customer: The State of Florida
JA: What are the terms of the lease? Any issues related to maintenance or upkeep?
Customer: There is no lease. The victum is simply renting a room.
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: The victum was living in an Assisted Living facility for 2 1/2 years due to a stroke. She moved in using her own car which was in the facility's parking lot for the past 2 1/2 years excepst for short shopping trips. Here in Deland the facility brought in a nurse with the virus which soon invected a long term partient. All the rules in the facility changed over a weekend in terms of leaving your room and going outside briefly. She asked to move and (she by the way is 67 years old) and the facility said OK; however she had to be SWAPPED and then quaranteened for 14 days before she got her her car and left. She moved into a local motel (a) until she could find a room to rent in a home located in the area code of 32720. Two and 1/2 months have passed. She has not been able to find a room to rent. Also due to her long stay at the facility her license plate on her car expired. (The local County license facilities were closed due to the virus. On her phone she made an appointment with the county Vehicle registration office; however two days before her appointment she was pulled over by the local Orange City Police who took her license plate and drivers license. Upon going to the county registration office for her appointment by cab, she found out the due to her stroke which she had before going to the Assisted Living Facility PREVENTS HER FROM HAVING A FLORIDA DRIVERS LICENSE AND PLATE FOR A CAR! Two and one half months have passed. She has been paying out of her bank account $65.00 each day or approximately after 70 days $4500.00 dollars. Yesterday, she ran out of her savings account money on June 16, 2020. Today her local doctor completed a physical on her and all the paperwork needed to return to her Assisted Living Facility. However, now this afternoon she was told it could take acouple of days to process her application to become a resident again. In the meantime she has NO MONEY FOR RENT OR FOOD OR TRANSPORTATION TO GET FOOD until she hears for her former local Assisted Living Facility. therefore, In Florida on this 17ith day of June, 2020; DOES THE FLORIDA GOVERNOR'S EXECUTIVVE ORDER HELP. SINCERELY, ***** DELAND, FLORIDA ***@******.*** (###) ###-####
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