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You've got a real estate dispute: How do you BEST resolve it?

REAL ESTATE DISPUTE? [Edited May 1, 2017]

Does your new home have a warranty?

Buying a new home is an exciting -- and sometimes overwhelming -- event. For many people, it is the most significant transaction of their lives. In all the excitement, it can be easy to make some missteps or fail to see some red flags that could jeopardize your home and your rights as a homeowner.

Changes at two Naples shopping centers, thoughts on commercial property

While economic indicators point to continued growth in Naples, many of our readers know that business stability and growth are often directly related to location, business neighbors, automobile and foot traffic and of course, to terms of the governing commercial lease. While these factors don't fit neatly into government economic forecasts, they can make all the difference to hard-working entrepreneurs who have their boots on the ground in the fight for business survival.

Commercial Leasing -Florida sales tax reduction disappointing

Commercial leasing in Florida - Are you a landlord or tenant of a business lease? Municipal governments across Florida just scored a touchdown, but state legislators dropped the ball big time. Recent legislation hurts, rather than helps, Florida businesses -- especially start-up enterprises and small businesses paying commercial rents.

Florida Homestead and Protection from Creditors

Florida Homestead is a far reaching protective shield enshrined in the Florida Constitution and implemented in various state laws.  It's also given preferred status by Florida courts.  When do you need a Florida litigator to stop a creditor levy? When do you need to bring a court action to challenge penalties sought by a county tax collector? When do you need a probate action to a carve a homestead property out of a will?  When can you challenge a conveyance (deed or mortgage) given by a spouse?  When can you contest a devise in a will where the decedent left a spouse and/or minor children?

Florida commercial leasing: broad challenges and opportunities

Florida commercial leases trip up many a landlord and many a business tenant. Here's an important point regarding one of many stark differences between a residential and a commercial lease: Commercial lease tenants are accorded fewer consumer protections if things go wrong down the road.

Partition and Contribution -TV interview of Celia Deifik

PARTITION AND CONTRIBUTION DISCUSSION: Click here for a discussion of various types of problems that can be solved with a Partition law suit:

Florida Real Estate Disputes -- Recovering Possession

A common real estate dispute concerns POSSESSION of the property. There are several real estate litigation remedies for recovering physical possession of real property from someone who is on your land or in your house, storefront or warehouse unlawfully, or improperly using it.

What is a limited common element in a community association?

Limited common elements in community associations are defined by Florida Statutes as those common elements which are reserved for the use of a certain unit or units to the exclusion of all other units. These limited common elements are set forth in the declaration of condominium. Generally, the owner of a condo unit that enjoys use of such limited common element must pay assessments related to that limited common element.

What are the duties of a board of administration for a condo or community association?

The board of administration - also known as the board of directors - for a condo or community association is the group of elected individuals who are responsible for the administration, management, and operation of the condominium association. The powers and duties of the board of administration are set forth in the condominium documents, namely the bylaws and the Rules, as well as CH 718 FL ST. Other powers and duties may be defined in Florida's laws on corporations and not for profit corporations. 

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