When a property owner says, ‘I’m going to sue you’

A Florida real estate agent says a neighbor is trying to evict her from her house for failing to pay a security deposit for a large yard that is too small.

According to the affidavit, the property owner told police that a neighbor who lives nearby said the homeowner’s neighbor would call police when the homeowner did not show up for work the following day.

“I believe the neighbor said that this is a very large, well-manicured yard and if we don’t pay the security deposit, the neighbor will call the police,” said the affidavit.

The neighbor also allegedly said that if the owner paid the security amount by the next business day, the homeowner would be forced to move out.

The affidavit said that the neighbor also told police, “If I didn’t pay that security deposit I would have to move into the house.

I don’t know how to live here, and I’m not going to let my kids live there.”

According to WFTV, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (DACS) said the owner of the house is not the only neighbor to have a dispute with the homeowner.

In March, a Florida realtor told a local television station that a person in her neighborhood had made threats against her.

The owner of a nearby house, who asked to remain anonymous, told WFTS that the owner told her the neighbor had called her and threatened to call police to get her out of the yard.

“When she said that, it just didn’t make sense to me.

It’s not something I can deal with, and it’s just not a good situation,” she said.

‘This is the first step’: GOP candidate says he’s ‘not afraid’ of Trump

The GOP nominee for governor of Louisiana is making the case that his Democratic opponent is an anti-Semitic, misogynist and racist.

“I have not forgotten about the fact that this is the president who was inaugurated in the midst of a political and racial crisis,” he said in a rally Friday in a largely black downtown New Orleans.

“I am not afraid of him.”

The Republican nominee, who has a strong showing in early voting states, also said he would not be able to do the job if he were president.

He said that his focus now is to build on the progress he has made and get things moving forward.

“But we have a president who is not afraid.””

The remarks were first reported by the Associated Press.”

But we have a president who is not afraid.”

The remarks were first reported by the Associated Press.

They came amid a week in which the GOP nominee has called for a ban on Muslim immigration and suggested the United States should deport some undocumented immigrants.

He also said the media was trying to “get us to vote” for Democrats.

The New Orleans rally drew a small crowd, which was more than half of the number that showed up for a previous rally.

Trump said his supporters were a diverse group, and that many people he had spoken to had a “deep commitment” to the Republican Party.

He said that while he had heard that Democrats were looking to turn the tide in New Orleans, he believed he had a shot at beating the Democrat.

“The only thing that would have made it more difficult would be if we lost the entire state of Louisiana, which we did,” he told a cheering crowd.

“If you’re gonna lose the entire State of Louisiana to us, that would be one thing, but we’re gonna win a lot of other states, and a lot more, and you don’t hear me say that.

I mean, that makes a lot sense.”

And if I’m President of the United Sates, that means we’re going to win the country.

“Trump also said that he would be “going after” the Republican establishment if elected.

He added that he was confident of winning the general election and that he had the “best team of the best” in the race.