I cant stay at my home for more than 5 days aggregate. Does that mean 5days out of the entire year or just consecutive?

DWQA QuestionsCategory: HousingI cant stay at my home for more than 5 days aggregate. Does that mean 5days out of the entire year or just consecutive?
Anonymous asked 5 months ago

I have to keep a separate residence from the home I own. I cant even list my home as a temporary residence n Ocoee, fl. We are repairing and repainting towards selling the house and moving some where else. Its a shame there is no tier program. Ive owned my home for 20 years now and pay some one else $4800 a year to keep a room for me.

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Florida Action Committee Staff answered 5 months ago

In the aggregate. Means total. Does not have to be consecutive.
It’s 5 or more (ie: more than 4 days).

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