If you have had your personal or property rights infringed upon by state or local government orders in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) in violation of the federal or state constitution you may want to contact us for legal advice concerning any remedies you may have.
If you are a property owner in Florida, you may be subject to code enforcement. Code compliance violations in Florida, issued by code enforcers, can be serious and can carry penalties that property owners want to avoid.
This law is called adverse possession and many may not know or understand the legal ramifications of this peculiar concept, it is important to be aware of what can bring about adverse possession in Florida.
Every breach of contract in commercial real estate is unique because no two properties are the same. Every physical location is different and most other properties won’t share the same size, improvements, buildings, access, or resources.
Commercial law and business law are two areas of legal practice that often get confused with each other. In fact, many use these terms interchangeably. While the two have overlapping issues, there are real differences between them.
A commercial landlord is someone who leases or rents commercial property to a tenant through a lease agreement. With this lease agreement, commercial landlord rights are decided upon during commercial lease negotiations.
A title is a legal way of holding ownership over real estate. It is a bundle of rights in a piece of property in which a party may own a legal interest or equitable interest. When a home or property is sold, the title transfers from one party to another. A title shouldn’t be confused with a deed, although some may refer to both terms in the same way. A deed is an official written document declaring a person’s legal ownership of a property, while a title refers to the concept of ownership rights. Escrow companies normally handle the task of title and deed transfer. Titles are only transferred once sellers perform a legal title search.