Puerto Rico’s ‘No Rent, No Money’ policy, a ‘coup d’etat’

Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló announced Friday that he will impose a new rule that “will give every adult a guaranteed minimum income of P500 per month.”

He called it “No Rent or No Money,” and said that anyone who has an income above P500 will be required to pay at least half of it.

The new rule will be enforced from December 1 through January 1, according to Rossello.

This will be the first time that a Puerto Rican governor has taken action against those living below the poverty line.

Puerto Rico, the poorest of the U.S. territories, has seen a wave of suicides and poverty-related deaths in recent years, as the island’s economy has struggled with a severe recession.

The Puerto Rican government has been under a series of economic pressures, as well as a humanitarian crisis caused by the hurricanes.

Puerto Ricans have faced a drastic drop in economic activity, with more than 70 percent of businesses shut down and unemployment above 10 percent.

The crisis prompted Puerto Rico Gov.

Ricardo Rosseló to order the suspension of all state-run and private-sector contracts in the island, including transportation, electricity, health care and communications.

The order came after the island declared bankruptcy, with the government unable to pay its debts.

Rossellos announcement came in the wake of another dramatic move from Puerto Rico: it announced the suspension on Friday of the islands annual general meeting, a popular event that has drawn millions of people from across the island.

The island’s governor announced the decision on Thursday, but he didn’t say why.

It was the second time that Rossella was forced to cancel the island´s annual meeting, and the first since he took office in January.

The governor announced on Friday that the island will hold the meeting again on April 4, the day before the first hurricane season ends.

The hurricane season typically begins in October, but many islanders are now expecting that it will be far longer than normal.

A new, curated storefront for the homeless in a renovated Toronto condo

A new storefront has opened in a condo in Toronto’s Chinatown neighbourhood, which has been dubbed “the new Chinatown” by its residents.

The store is named after the Chinatown neighbourhood in Toronto where rent is low, according to an online community that’s also called the Chinatown Commons, which is run by the homeless, and has an open kitchen, kitchen sink and storage space.

The community’s owner, who goes by “Renta,” told CBC Toronto that she and her staff have been working with the landlord of the building for two years.

She said they’ve been doing a lot of community outreach and building relationships with people who live there.

The first floor of the condo building, which was previously a condominium, is being converted into a communal kitchen and storage area, according the CBC.

The condo is one of several new condo buildings being converted by the Downtown Toronto Community Housing Association (DTCHA), which has also built a library in the building.

The building was formerly home to the Eastside Market, a market that closed in the 1970s and was demolished in 2009.

The DTCHA has said that many of the residents of the Eastsider Market moved into the condos as they were sold out.

“This space will serve as a communal space, a place where we can all gather and socialize together,” Renta said.

The DTCAH has been working to redevelop the building, and Renta and her team have been helping with the work.

“The first step of the DTCHA [renovation] is to bring this space into a community space,” Rasta said.

“That’s how we’re building this communal space.”

The community also hopes to host events in the space.

The building has a laundry and laundromat, a restaurant and a coffee shop.

It also has a fitness centre, and a library.

The residents of Chinatown Commons say they’re hopeful that the community will come together and help the building become a permanent community centre, Renta added.

“We’ve got a lot more to do in the next two years,” Ratta said.

The biggest real estate scams in 2018

More than 2,000 properties have been rented out on the black market for more than $1,000 a night in 2018, the Bureau of Statistics has revealed.

Key points:Rento meter scam:Auckland Council says landlords often advertise properties for rent but often fail to book properties for a year or moreThe scamsters are often selling property at inflated pricesThe BIS says rental properties are often undervalued in Auckland, so landlords often take advantage of thisRenters often get into debt to buy property and then pay for the rental with their own moneyRentola meter scam?:The scam often involves the landlord using a “rento” meter to book property, but in reality the property is rented out to a new tenant.

The scamster often claims to have sold the property to someone who pays the rent, but the new tenant will then owe the landlord money, the BIS said.

The rental properties can then be bought or rented out by the new tenants.

The scheme is often advertised on the internet or in local newspapers, but it is difficult to spot because they usually advertise for rent for a week or more.

“The landlord or the real estate agent will tell you to contact them and they will often make it sound as if the property has been sold, so that they can then charge you for it,” Auckland Council’s head of real estate said.

“We would encourage people to check the properties that are advertised online or in the media before making a decision to rent out your property to a potential tenant.”

If you’re a tenant you should always contact the property owner before you decide whether or not to rent it out.

“Rent-to-own scheme: The Auckland Council has launched a campaign to raise awareness about the Auckland Rent-to “rent” scheme, which can be a scam.”

Rent to rent” is an Auckland-wide scheme that lets people rent out a property to another person who pays them rent, or to rent the property out to another property owner for a period of time.

It’s a short-term arrangement that’s designed to attract a small number of people to a property.

But the scheme is extremely lucrative and can be used by landlords to make huge profits.

The BISS said more than 2.6 million people used the scheme in the 12 months to June 2017, with a total of 1.9 million properties rented out.

Auckland’s rent-to live scheme has become increasingly popular as rents have gone up in the city, especially in the suburbs.

The Auckland Rent to Rent scheme lets renters rent out properties they own for a fixed period of up to a year, with rent rises based on the value of the property.

The amount of rent a tenant pays is determined by the value the property holds, with the maximum amount that can be paid in one rent-cap-on-a-stick is $5,000.

Rent is paid for the first year of the rental period and rises are capped at $1 per week for each additional month that a tenant stays in the property, which is a maximum of one year.

But if a tenant is paid less than their agreed rental, rent will be reduced to reflect this.

If a tenant’s tenancy ends, they will be entitled to claim back rent that has been paid.

The rent cap is set at $2,500 per week and the maximum rent a landlord can charge a tenant for a month is $2.50 per week.

Rents for the 12-month period are set to increase by $100,000 to $4,000, with more than 80% of Auckland tenants paying at least $1 a week, the Auckland Council said.

Rental agents in the Auckland area are often offering properties for sale on the “rent-to rent” scheme.

For example, a property can be advertised as “rented out” on a real estate website and the buyer is able to choose to rent that property out for a set period of a few months or for a short period.

This is usually advertised as a rent-free property, with no deposit required.

But, the agent often lists the property as “occupied” and no deposit is required.

The properties can also be advertised to tenants who don’t want to pay rent, and who pay the agent to rent them out.

In some cases, these agents are able to get around this by offering the property for rent and then charging the tenant for the rent.

But these agents may not be aware of the laws surrounding rent caps and are sometimes misleading the tenants.”

It’s really important that people are aware of their rights and the regulations around rent caps, particularly if they’re buying a property for their own use,” Auckland Housing’s director of policy and strategic planning, Mike Wilsby, said.

But landlords and owners of property owners are often aware of these laws and can act on behalf of the tenant when the property goes out of use, he said.However,