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    Discussion: A court will likely conclude that the condition that our client maintains on her property is a natural condition and therefore does not constitute an attractive nuisance. Under the attractive nuisance doctrine, a possessor of land is subjected to liability for physical harm to children trespassing thereon caused by an artificial condition upon the land. Norton v. Black. A possessor of land is not subjected to liability for physical harm to children trespassing thereon cause by a natural condition upon the land. Norton v. Black. To be considered a natural condition, a condition cannot be created by human alterations, and if a condition is relocated, it must be undistinguishable from a similar condition in its natural state. Norton v. Black, see also State v. Jeungel. For example, in Norton, the relocated condition was undistinguishable from a similar condition its natural state. Norton v. Black. In that case, the landowners maintained a 15-foot planted hedge that was untrimmed. One day a boy, who was staying at the motel with his parents, climbed the bush and fell to his death. The court held that the condition was natural. Id. The court reasoned that because the relocated shrub was undistinguishable—untrimmed—from a similar shrub in its natural state, the planted shrub constitutes a natural condition. On the other hand, in Jeungel, the court held that the condition was artificial because it was created by a human alteration. State v. Jeungel. In that case, the…

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    Homelessness In The Usa

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    increasing due to many factors, but mainly is a socio-economic problem. Some statistics from National Alliance to End Homelessness shows that about 15 percent of the homeless population - 83,170 - are considered "chronically homeless” individuals and about 2 percent - 13,105 - are considered "chronically homeless” people in families and number are increasing. On the other hand, Miami Beach has been a main tourist destination in the US for many years and South Beach has been shown as a main…

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    priced but came in a floral printed box that matched the bathrooms. “They probably don’t have this brand in Florida,” she said, completely deadpan. “We 're not moving”. Most of my other memories of the move are hazy, like images inferred from a retelling, a copy of a copy. But my memory of leaning over and looking out the airplane window and seeing Florida is one of my clearest recollections. I saw a sea of tiny orange squares and little blue puddles that were the stucco roofs and kidney shaped…

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    Virgina Key Geography

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    Just north of Key Biscayne in sunny Miami, Virgina Key is a protected barrier Island in the Atlantic ocean. Consisting of 863 acres of land, it was once much larger, extending into the Ft. Lauderdale area. Between 1835 and 1838 hurricanes eroded the beach, creating inlets and dividing the island in two. The other portion became Fisher Island, which sits at the southernmost tip of Miami Beach. Virgina Key was a part of the civil rights movement. In a time when blacks were prohibited from going…

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    Five top Florida spring break destinations Florida is one of the top spring break destinations in the country. The state offers spring breakers with hundreds of miles of white sandy beaches and places to choose from. Panama City Panama City has become the number one destination for spring breakers. More than 200,000 people flock to the area each year. In recent years, the area has become a favorite destination for college students. Plan early if you decide to visit Panama City during spring…

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    Miami Research Paper

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    cities have very boring attractions but Miami has some great attractions that people may want to think about checking out. This city is located at the very bottom of Florida. Miami could be a great place for people to visit because it has many different places to go. In the downtown area there are many different places to go including places to eat and visit. Some attractions that people like to visit and may recommend might be The Zoo of Miami, Tropical Park, and The Olympia Theater. These…

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    theories that shape the City of Miami-Dade public policy for delinquency prevention and ideas from the author that would improve juvenile delinquency efforts with examples. Keywords: reduction, change, juvenile,…

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    Winter getaway to Florida’s best beaches If you’re looking to escape the cold weather climate, it’s not too late to book a vacation to Florida’s beaches. Over 1,000 miles of shoreline awaits vacationers to Florida’s pristine beaches. No other state offers as much diversity. In the northeastern part of Florida are Amelia Island and the beaches of Ponte Vedra and St. Augustine offering visitors a luxurious blend of hotels situated among dunes and white sand. Visitors looking for a little more…

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    Naples, Florida is knows for it’s beautiful white sandy shoreline. The Miami International Airport terminal is about 30 miles northern of Naples. Regardless of whether you would like to shop until you fall, perform golfing until you finally hit that best shot, perform racket sports upon one of Naples numerous open public racket sports courts, or perhaps spend some time on the white-colored beautiful beaches, you will find an action that meets your needs. Probably the most numerous inquiry is,…

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    My Miami Experience Miami is a unique, beautiful, and vibrant city that overflows with activity. I have been able to call Miami my home since birth. The epitome of Miami to me, is an area that I feel a connection to, which is Crandon Beach on Key Biscayne. The drive to this location is visually stunning. The bridges soar above the light blue water and I always wonder what is swimming underneath. Entering the Rickenbacker Causeway, I am surrounded by the bay on both sides. To the north, I…

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