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Old Mar 26th, 2011, 09:13 PM   #1
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I live in Florida in a two bedroom apartment with my wife and daughter. There is a family who lives above me and is constantly stomping around. I have gone up there to ask them politely to be a little more cautious. Especially after 9pm (they do it untill 11pm some nights) well the mother told me it's hard because she has two 10 year olds and one 8 year old. Two girls one boy. Is it legal to have 5 people living in a two bedroom apartment with mixed gender kids?
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I live in Florida in a two bedroom apartment with my wife and daughter. There is a family who lives above me and is constantly stomping around. I have gone up there to ask them politely to be a little more cautious. Especially after 9pm (they do it untill 11pm some nights) well the mother told me it's hard because she has two 10 year olds and one 8 year old. Two girls one boy. Is it legal to have 5 people living in a two bedroom apartment with mixed gender kids?
Yes it is, and it's unclear how and why you even question the "legality" of this. You appear to have a bit of a sick mind.
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Yes it is, and it's unclear how and why you even question the "legality" of this. You appear to have a bit of a sick mind.
Ok not a sick mind. I'm talking about privacy. Get your mind out of the gutter. Nothing like that crossed my mind. I'm questioning the "legality" because 1100 square feet is a small area for 5 people.
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Ok not a sick mind. I'm talking about privacy. Get your mind out of the gutter. Nothing like that crossed my mind. I'm questioning the "legality" because 1100 square feet is a small area for 5 people.
I think you've already revealed it's your mind in the gutter. Stop projecting now.

It's none of your business how big or small the dwelling is. It's none of your business how many people are living there.

Unless something dangerous and/or illegal is going on, mind your own business.

Their privacy is not something you need concern yourself with.

"nothing like that crossed my mind". Yeah, right. LOL
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How many people are allowed in a 1 bedroom in Florida?
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I think you've already revealed it's your mind in the gutter. Stop projecting now.

It's none of your business how big or small the dwelling is. It's none of your business how many people are living there.

Unless something dangerous and/or illegal is going on, mind your own business.

Their privacy is not something you need concern yourself with.

"nothing like that crossed my mind". Yeah, right. LOL

Your wrong there is laws about how many can dwell in an apartment. Children of the opposite sex even though related must have their own room after a certain age. Example a 15yr old boy may not share the same bedroom with a 10 year old girl, they must have their own room.
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Ok not a sick mind. I'm talking about privacy. Get your mind out of the gutter. Nothing like that crossed my mind. I'm questioning the "legality" because 1100 square feet is a small area for 5 people.

The average 3-bedroom house is about 1,000 sq. ft., so the floor area is not as important as the noise, from your post. This is not a matter of number of people, but the noise they make. You need to take it up with the landlord if they do not respond to your satisfaction.
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From the facts it is understood that you are annoyed by the odd sound/utterances created from your neighbor’ house. In this connection there is no logic in questioning the floor area/size of the building etc. What you have to do is to give a written notice asking them to stop /refrain from creating disturbances to neighbors. If the they are not responding properly you may inform your LL regarding the disturbance and ask him/her to take proper action in this regard. For sure your LL will take appropriate action.
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