TEBO’S HOME? WELL SORT OF …..

Besides being an attorney, we heard that Rhett Bullard was making a play on words so that he can defend Ms. Tebo’s living arrangements versus her contract with the Town of White Springs which we requested to be amended, which it was, but no amendment was attached to the original contract.  The facts are this, and I have included some attorney findings as well:  One’s permanent address is also considered their primary address as compared to a secondary seasonal address.    All other candidates who have applied for jobs in White Springs knew they would have to move to White Springs.  In fact that is the question Councilman McKenzie asked of each candidate.

Bill Lawrence complied with his contract.  Although he retained his actual home in Maine, he leased his home out.  His main or primary or permanent address was in White Springs and Mr. Lawrence was available to the Town all five days of the week, after hours if needed and on weekends relating to events.

The Contract required Ms. Tebo to have a PRIMARY RESIDENCE within 30 minutes of White Springs.  She is renting a room in a condo unit but goes back to her primary permanent residence on weekends and as a result does not fulfill the hours and duties usually required by contract and personnel agreement.

Good Luck with your continual play of Words Rhett, but you and I both know that what you are doing with respect to these special favors for Ms. Tebo was not the intent of the Contract nor has it ever been.  Now we see you changing council meetings at Jasper as if you are the mayor rather than the attorney.  And by contacting each about retaining the Town Manager by phone was not your call.  By forcing them to secure an outside attorney to investigate out of the sunshine was not your call.   And by not truthfully telling the State’s Attorney that this gun issue was not just affecting one person but rather the entire town hall of employees was not a “he said she said issue and rather the Town Manager should have been charged criminally in accordance with the definition of Aggravated Assault.

We understand the AALCU has sent a letter on the gun issue and we also understand that Governor Scott’s office is and has taken depositions relating to this mess in Jasper.  You just love spending other people’s money and with you, Rhett, being the common denominator for both towns, we hope that our more than one letter to Governor Scott, will finally make him realize that he needs to investigate White Springs as wel.

 

 

A person’s primary residence, or main residence is the dwelling where they usually live, typically a house or an apartment. A person can only have one primary residence at any given time, though they may share the residence with other people. A primary residence is considered to be a legal residence for the purpose of income tax and/or acquiring a mortgage.

Your permanent residence is where you get your mail, vote, and/or have a license.  This also, in accordance with the above definition is your “Primary”address.

Current address only applies to people who are temporarily living somewhere other than their permanent home.

 

Use in urban planning

The primary residence is the main dwelling unit on a parcel of land. This term distinguishes this unit from a potential secondary suite.

 

 

 

Legal

what is the difference between permanent residence and primary

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Expert:  JB Umphrey replied 7 years ago.

Primary residence is not the same thing as permanent residential.

“Primary residence” is what you declare for your tax forms. Obviously, you can have a primary residence and a second, vacation home.

Permanent residential” is more akin to a zone term/regulation. The property is to be used for residential, non-commercial purposes. Obviously, there can be commercial uses of residential property (e.g., leasing, apartments, etc.).

Clearly, what’s happening is that they are focusing on the “permanent” term and you are focusing on the phrase “not for a commercial purpose of any kind.”

Your rebuttal is that you have always (thereby permanently) used it for residential purposes only and you’ve never used it for commercial purposes only. They won’t like the wordplay but everyone will have to agree to disagree.

Good luck and best wishes! I hope that you find this information to be helpful and this answer to be ACCEPTable!

 

 

 

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Whether or not you qualify as a permanent Florida resident depends on whether your circumstances and your actions demonstrate your intent to establish a primary place of residence in Florida.  Your primary residence is the place you call “home.”  When “going home” means you are returning to your residence in Florida and when your personal mail is sent to your Florida address, you are probably a Florida resident.

 

Courts consider a variety of facts and circumstances indicative of a person’s ties to Florida.  When determining if a judgment debtor is domiciled in Florida, a court often uses definitions and indications of Florida residence taken from both Florida Statutes and Florida’s administrative code.  Florida Statute §222.17 states that a person can show intent to maintain a Florida residence as a permanent home by filing a sworn Declaration of Domicile with the clerk of the circuit court.  The Statute does not exclude concurrent ownership of a residence in another state provided that the primary residence is claimed only in Florida.  Florida Statute §196.012 defines a permanent residence as “that place where a person has his or her true, fixed, and permanent home and principal establishment to which, whenever absent, he or she has the intention of returning.”

 

Florida Statute §196.015 lists the following relevant factors that may be considered in determining a person’s intent to establish permanent Florida residency:

  • Formal declaration of residency (Declaration of Domicile);
  • Designated mailing address;
  • Informal statements regarding residency;
  • Place of employment;
  • Termination of previous residency in another state or country;
  • Registration to vote in Florida;
  • A Florida driver’s license;
  • Florida tags on all vehicles;
  • Using a Florida address on federal income tax forms; and/or
  • Previously filed Florida intangible tax returns.

 

Main, regular, or the only residence (home) at a fixed address. Also called principal or Primary residence.

Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/permanent-residence.html

 

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