Steps To Prevent Upcoming Problems While Renting A Panama City Beach Condo}

Steps to Prevent Upcoming Problems While Renting a Panama City Beach Condo


Brian Smith

Obviously, renting a condo is just like renting a home, but there is some distinction. If you plan to rent a Panama city beach condo, you need to take into account not just the rental but also the legally applicable rules which are applicable to the whole condominium complex. Usually, these rules are somewhat applicable to your lifestyle, but you are not likely to get voting rights for the meetings of the property owners association. It will help you to know the likely issues you may have if you ask certain questions:

1. You should evaluate the complex before making a final decision of staying in a condo. Everybody owning a condo in the complex, such as your prospective property owner, is required to make a per month subscription for looking after the maintenance of the buildings and grounds of the complex. There could be some management problems or some entrepreneurs of condos may not be paying their subscription, due to which maintenance costs for the complex could be more than the total subscription of all entrepreneurs.

2. Examine the condo individually. Make sure that its area would be sufficient your specifications. It is important to examine for any damage and bring it to the notice of the concerned for getting it repaired. In this regard for any omission on your part, you may be asked to pay subsequently.

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3. Consult if you are allowed to accommodate housemates, and if yes, ask how many. Other than the existing local rules, certain Panama city beach condo complexes recommend their own limit to the number of individuals that can be accommodated in each unit.

4. Get the details of the vehicle parking facilities, like how many vehicle parking places would be allocated to you and their location, as well as the vehicle parking space for your guests. Parking spaces are often a significant cause of problems for tenants who are unacquainted with the rules to be followed and the restriction imposed on vehicle parking facilities.

5. Another frequent cause of problems for tenants is keeping their pets. It may so occur that the property owner would not object to keeping pets, but the rules and restrictions of the association of condominium may have certain restrictions associated with the type of pets you may keep and their size and number.

6. Before signing any formal contract, you should ask for a copy of the conditions and restrictions of the association. This would save you from making any accidental offenses, causing to charges according to the rules of the association.

7. Go through all the policies to know if there is any that would not suit you. Illustrations would include the use of public areas, club house, noise regulations, swimming pool, and the techniques for the disposal of trash. In case you plan working outside of your condo, make sure that your clients are permitted to come regularly. Also, find out who exactly is responsible for looking after the maintenance of different types.Steps to Prevent Upcoming Problems While Renting a Pana

8. Make sure that the Panama city beach rentals matches with the terms and conditions and point out any inconsistencies to the property owner prior to putting your signature on the rental.


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Dead children found in car in Sussex, UK
Dead children found in car in Sussex, UK

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The bodies of two children were found this morning in a car in Heathfield, East Sussex, in the United Kingdom. A 43-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of the murders.

The boy and girl were both less than five years old, and were discovered at 11:46 this morning (GMT) when Sussex police officers forced their way into the vehicle, which was parked on Mill Close in Heathfield. The woman, who has yet to be identified, had visited Heathfield police station earlier this morning to report “an incident”, and was later arrested on suspicion of murder. The police say that they have identified the bodies. The identities will be revealed when the post mortem examinations take place, which is scheduled for next Thursday.

I would like to reassure people that it is fully contained and there is no threat to anyone in the area

The woman was taken to Eastbourne District General Hospital, and has not yet been interviewed by the police. She is believed to be from Surrey but have connections with the Heathfield area. Mill Close, the road on which the incident occurred, has been closed, according to a police spokeswoman, who said, “An investigation is now under way and the area around the scene is cordoned off.” Chief Inspector Julia Pope, Wealden district policing commander, said, “This is a very tragic incident, but I would like to reassure people that it is fully contained and there is no threat to anyone in the area. We will move to restore normality and access to Mill Close as quickly as possible.” A spokesman for the South East Coast Ambulance Service said, “We sent an ambulance and two response cars but sadly two young children were pronounced dead at the scene.”

Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Green Party candidate Torbjorn Zetterlund, Willowdale
Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Green Party candidate Torbjorn Zetterlund, Willowdale

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Torbjorn Zetterlund is running for the Green Party of Ontario in the Ontario provincial election, in the Willowdale riding. Wikinews’ Nick Moreau interviewed him regarding his values, his experience, and his campaign.

Stay tuned for further interviews; every candidate from every party is eligible, and will be contacted. Expect interviews from Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, New Democratic Party members, Ontario Greens, as well as members from the Family Coalition, Freedom, Communist, Libertarian, and Confederation of Regions parties, as well as independents.

Texan bystanders kill car passenger after child injured
Texan bystanders kill car passenger after child injured

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

A man who was trying to protect the driver of a vehicle that had hit a child pedestrian was killed by an angry crowd the evening of Wednesday, June 20, in Austin, Texas.

The man was identified today by Austin police as David Rivas Morales, age 40. The driver had just dropped Morales off at his sister’s townhouse moments before. Then while still in the parking lot, he allegedly bumped the toddler with the vehicle. The child was not injured and was not taken to the hospital. A group of 3 or 4 men confronted the driver and Morales came back to assist him. The assailants then turned on Morales. Police indicated the driver, who had escaped the scene of the crime, was cooperating with the investigation. Morales died at the hospital from injuries that included a cracked skull and brain hemorrhaging.

The neighborhood was crowded at the time with some 2,000 to 3,000 people who were participating in the annual Juneteenth celebration, which commemorates the day the emancipation of slaves was announced in Texas. It was not immediately known whether any of the attackers had been part of the celebration.

In a news conference on Wednesday, members of League of United Latin American Citizens called on the community not to assume the killing was racially motivated solely because Juneteenth celebrants are predominately African-American and the victim was Latino. Police officers stated that early reports were incorrect in implying thousands of potential witnesses, as investigations suggested only 10 to 15 people had been in the parking lot when the incident occurred and most of these were residents of apartments nearby.

What Are The Benefits Of Riddles For Kids?}

Submitted by: Midhul Mohandas

Young minds need to be fostered with something that gives them an opportunity to think over. There are many things that experts suggest to help kids. It is important that their creativity and thinking ability develops as they grow. There is no idea where the world is going to. But, there is something that we can do to make it better today, tomorrow and forever. Children are the buds in which we can instill our hopes for a great future. They are the ones that will make the world a better place to live in.

For the children to contribute to make the world better, it is necessary that they have the ability to distinguish between what can cause harm and what human beings need. This comes from the early years of training and teaching. It has been found that riddles, stories, poems, etc. provides them with an opportunity to think and learn and develop themselves for today and tomorrow.

Experts recommend riddles for kids as something that helps to improve their thinking ability and creativity. Riddles are fun and also provide an opportunity to learn. It is necessary that the young minds get ample of opportunities to think and develop. When they start thinking, they will start reasoning and these give rise to geniuses as we had in past and the present and let us hope for great brains to conquer the world in near future.

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Most of the riddles for kids are short, precise and easy to read and understand. This helps them to indulge in more of reading. It is a kind of exercise for the brain too. These days people are too busy with their mobile phones and tablets. Some are glued to the internet and the world of social media. These people are actually unaware of what is happening around them.

This even encourages and pushes the children and the present generation into the world of robots. People are a lot mechanical and are away from the emotional scenario. There exists no emotional attachment between people as in the good old days because of the influence of internet and social media. Here are some of the benefits of riddles for kids:

Laughter is the best medicine: Children might get bored easily during lectures or after continuous sessions. It is necessary that you grab their attention and get them listen to their academics. In such situations nothing can be as great as having a riddle session in between. It also gives them an opportunity to laugh at the humor contained in the riddles. It is a kind of exercise for the children when they get to laugh. Also, laughter is the best medicine, which means it is great for their health too.

Rack their brains: You need to provide them with an opportunity to use their brains. To think over about something and generate interesting results. It is necessary to get their critical reasoning and problem solving capacity developed. Riddles for kids prepare them for what lies ahead of them in their school and college academics.

Interpreting comprehension: In a nation like the U.S., where the literacy rate is 99% people fail at comprehensions. Though they might be good at reading. Peoples ability to read and interpret comprehensions is weak. Riddles for kids help them to understand and interpret comprehensions with ease.

Vocabulary: Children need to read a lot to increase their vocabulary. This comes from constant practice. Riddles for kids are the best form of solutions that helps to enhance their vocabulary.

Creating Bonds: When you are sharing and solving riddles with children, it gives them an opportunity to bond with you and stay connected. Also, it helps them to break out of their comfort zone and mingle with others.

About the Author: Midul Mohandas is the owner of Kids world fun, an educational website for children, teachers and parents. Find online fun activities, games, videos, stories, poems, jokes, photos, books, toys and much more. Visit:

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Elderly man’s mutilated body found in Wellington’s south coast, NZ
Elderly man’s mutilated body found in Wellington’s south coast, NZ

Sunday, July 9, 2006

An elderly man’s body has been found floating in the water near Owhiro Bay quarry car park, by a man walking alone. The man who found the body immediately called the police. The body of the man, determined to be in his 60s, was found at 8:30 a.m. NZST.

His body was found partially dressed and with both hands cut off at the wrists. The New Zealand Police report that there are signs that someone had tried to decapitate him.

Harry Quinn, Detective Inspector said, “We need to know who this person is and from my point of view we do not know if the victim has been brought to the sea shore or if he has been placed out in the sea somewhere off the coast of Wellington.”[1]

Detectives, Wellington Police Maritime and the Police National Dive Squad, totalling more than 40 officers, are working on the case. They are searching for items and the two missing hands.

The victim is European, in his 60s, grey hair, moderately built, between 175 and 180-centimetres tall and, when found, was wearing dark trousers and black leather shoes.

The police have yet to determine the man’s identity, or how long the body had been in the water.

Police have yet to report how the man died.

Police are seeking any information on this death. If you have any information, you can call the hot line: 0508 Redrocks (0508 733 762).

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Saipan Little League results
Saipan Little League results

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

A number of baseball games were played in the Major Division of the 2012 Saipan Little League this past Sunday, including a game where 2011 all-star Virgil Secharmidal’s Aces beat the McDonald’s 13-7 with Secharmidal earning his second home run of the season. In last year’s regional qualifier for the Little League World Series, the league finished tied for third in their pool and did not advance, but the CNMI team finished second in the Asia Pacific Championship for Senior League World Series.

The Aces’ victory left them third in league with a record of 6-3, behind the Dandan Comets with a record of 9-0 and JPO Enforcers with a record of 8-1.

The Comets beat the Rays on Sunday with a score of 10-0. Five of their runs came in the first inning alone. The team, sponsored by Rep. Joseph P. Guerrero, ended the game early at the end of the fourth as a result of the mercy rule. The Pacific Amusement Rays had come into the game with a record of 5-3.

The Natibu Sports Association Tanapag Braves beat the Bank of Saipan Red Sox 9-8, despite a 3-0 lead at the end of the second inning. The Red Sox answered back in the third inning with three runs of their own. The Red Sox scored another run in the top of the fourth, but the Braves answered back in their half of the inning with three runs. The Braves won the game with three runs in the final inning of the game.

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Allied WWII spy Nancy Wake dies aged 98
Allied WWII spy Nancy Wake dies aged 98

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Nancy Wake, a spy the German Gestapo nicknamed “The White Mouse” during WWII because of her evasion of them and who once topped their most-wanted list, has died. She passed away Sunday while hospitalised in London within days of turning 99.

Born in New Zealand, she was raised in Australia but ran away when she was sixteen. By the 1930s she was a journalist in Paris when, in 1933, she took a trip to Austria to witness Nazi crimes against Jews. After interviewing Adolf Hitler, she chose to dedicate herself to being a thorn in his side. “In Vienna they had a big wheel and they had the Jews tied to it, and the stormtroopers were there, whipping them. When we were going out of Vienna they took our photos. That was my experience of Hitler,” she later said.

I used to think it didn’t matter if I died, because without freedom there was no point in living

France surrendered to the Nazis in 1940, with Wake and her rich husband, businessman Henri Fiocca, joining the Resistance of the German occupiers. The duo helped fleeing soldiers and Jews in their journeys to Spain, with Wake’s roles including spy, courier, and saboteur.

Her husband convinced her to flee to the UK in 1943; upon arrival in England she joined British Special Operations. Wake and Fiocca never met again. The following year she parachuted back into France to give Resistance fighters a weapons delivery, but only found out after the nation’s subsequent liberation that Fiocca had been captured by the Gestapo. They tortured and killed him through his defiance: he refused to give up his wife.

The most decorated Australian servicewoman – and one of the most decorated among the Allies – Wake’s honours included the Legion D’Honneur (France’s highest award), the UK’s George Medal, the US Medal of Freedom, and being made a Companion of the Order of Australia.

Wake made her way back to Australia in 1949 and failed in repeated attempts to be elected to parliament. Since 1957 she has lived in England, married to ex-UK Royal Air Force pilot John Forward. She has been in a veterans’ retirement home since 2003.

“Nancy Wake was a woman of exceptional courage and resourcefulness whose daring exploits saved the lives of hundreds of Allied personnel and helped bring the Nazi occupation of France to an end,” Australian PM Julia Gillard said in tribute, calling her “a devastatingly effective saboteur and spy”. Warren Truss, leader of the Australian National Party, called her exploits “the stuff of legend.” “[A]ll Australians feel very proud of this wonderful woman,” he said.

New Zealand’s Veterans’ Affairs Minister Judith Collins shared the sentiment, calling Wake “a woman of exceptional courage and tenacity, who cast aside all regard for her own safety and put the cause of freedom first”. Wake’s stance on freedom was clear: “Freedom is the only thing worth living for,” she said after the war. “While I was doing that work, I used to think it didn’t matter if I died, because without freedom there was no point in living.”

Her story inspired Charlotte Gray by author Sebastian Faulks, later made into the movie of the same name. Wake retained pride in her work; “I have only one thing to say: I killed a lot of Germans, and I am only sorry I didn’t kill more,” she would later say of her fighting.

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What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover?

By Oliver Turner

Every homeowner should realize the importance of homeowner’s insurance policy. Homeowners insurance policy not only protects the homeowners from man-made and natural disasters, but it also protects you from several other situations.

The basic homeowners insurance policy pays you in case of any damage due to fire, severe storms, tornados and hurricanes. Damage to your property, possessions and home are primary elements to be covered. Coverage provided by the policy is not the most important aspect; the most important aspect is the amount they provide in case of any disaster.

Lost of possessions like furniture, electrical appliances, jewelry, clothing are also generally covered by some of homeowners insurance policies, up to a specific percentage of the policy.

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Liability coverage protects you in case you are responsible for someone else’s injury or property damage. In such cases home owners insurance will soon provide you minimum 18,000 USD as coverage. Policyholder can buy an extra premium of $1.5 million. Liability coverage also covers certain injuries that happen within the premises of your home such as your dog biting someone. A sum of $700 is paid to the insurer with basic homeowners policy; this can increase up to $5,000 after paying extra.

Dwelling coverage will pay you in case of damage to your outstanding building (garage, storage, shed, fencing, boundary) and your home.

Loss of use coverage will help you in case if your home is damaged due to fire, storm or any other man made or natural calamity. Loss of use coverage will pay your expenses when your home is not suitable to live.

You must think over all the issues before purchasing a homeowners insurance. Consider the reputation of the insurance company and do not make decisions solely based on premiums of policy. Using Internet, you can find reputed home insurance company with best homeowners insurance rate. With a bit of research work you can get the best deal.

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On the campaign trail in the USA, October 2016
On the campaign trail in the USA, October 2016

Sunday, November 6, 2016

The following is the sixth and final edition of a monthly series chronicling the U.S. 2016 presidential election. It features original material compiled throughout the previous month after an overview of the month’s biggest stories.

In this month’s edition on the campaign trail: the Free & Equal Foundation holds a presidential debate with three little-known candidates; three additional candidates give their final pleas to voters; and past Wikinews interviewees provide their electoral predictions ahead of the November 8 election.


  • 1 Summary
  • 2 Free & Equal Debate
  • 3 Final pleas
  • 4 Predictions
  • 5 Related articles
  • 6 Sources
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