THE HOUSE HAS A LANAI AND A SCREENED IN CAGE COVERING THE POOL AND LANAI DECK BUT NO OTHER FENCE INSIDE THE SCREENED AREA SPECIFICALLY AROUND THE POOL.
I DON'T BELIEVE IT HAS ANY BELL WHEN THE DOOR OPENS ALTHOUGH I COULD PUT A MANUAL ALARM ON THAT THE TENANTS WOULD HAVE TO TURN ON.
WHAT ARE THE LAWS CONCERNING LANDLORDS AND RENTERS IN FLORIDA CONCERNING POOLS? HOW DO I KEEP MYSELF FROM LIABILITY
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Both are liable, owner, who clearly owns and maintains the premises, but also the renter, who is in control of the premises. Issues brought up in your posting are important but resolution requires specific review of all of the facts and circumstances, such that it’s nearly impossible, if not entirely impossible, for an attorney to give you a useful legal analysis based solely on a summary posting on an internet site. I appreciate your concern. I know this is not the answer that you are looking for, but I believe that you will need to obtain a consultation with an attorney to further explore the specific circumstances behind your question.
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