You can go to the local courthouse and they may have the forms. You will have to follow certain procedures like the 10 day notice in order to obtain a valid subpoena. An attorney is probably a best idea because if you make a mistake the material obtained in the subpoena would be quashed and you wouldn't be able to use it in Court.
Looks like the California Tax Board was able to levy money against your account because the social security number and name matched the levy. You should first try to correct the situation and then find someone at the bank who could reverse the fee if you were correct that it wasn't you.
It's one of those situations where both the Landlord and Tenant tried to beat the system and it failed.
The Association may not be able to deny the "family members" from staying in the Property, however, they can prevent you from using the common areas.
I've never heard of a $1,000 application fee for a residence, it may be there is also a damages deposit.
The Landlord is probably behind in the Association fees and this is a serious problem.
You also decided to play the game with the...
I apologize for Ms. McFarland-Taylor being totally unsympathetic towards your situations with these racoons. In fact one of my colleagues asked me to answer this question (I do take requests) and I had to think about it for a day or so before answering you.
I am sooooooooooo sorry about these racoons. They are very feisty but apparently they can be tamed. Unfortunately you don't have a cause of action for being put in this highly dangerous position of working near a family of rabid raccoons...
You have a serious issue because there is no water. You need to have this taken care of as soon as possible but you have to follow the Florida Statutes. You should send certified letters as counsel told you because you will need to well document your case.