No Trespassing, Except to Retrieve Golf Balls: Florida’s Interesting Legal Take on Property Law and Golfers.

Thanks to the Internet and social media, you’ve no doubt heard some of the collection of strange laws to be found in states across the country. We could start with the first letter of the alphabet and point out that in the state of Alabama, there’s a law on the books making it illegal to drive blindfolded.  To be fair, there’s usually some reasoning behind these interesting laws. There’s a story to hear, and a lesson to be learned. Such is the case of laws involving trespassing in the state of Florida.    Read the article…………….


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