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An Overview of Commercial Landlord Rights

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.  Most states have different laws for residential and commercial rentals, so it is important for landlords to follow the right set of rules.  […]
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Evicting a Commercial Tenant

A commercial landlord may seek to evict a tenant for a number of reasons, such as nonpayment of rent or breaking their lease agreement in some way.  Commercial evictions should always be the last resort and other efforts to resolve the issues should be attempted.  If evicting a commercial tenant is necessary, you will be […]
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The Importance of a Human Resources Handbook

Whether you are a newly promoted, an experienced business owner, or a human resources professional, knowing how to deal with a variety of HR issues is critical to your success as well as your business. Employee Handbook vs. Human Resources Handbook These are often confused with one another, yet there is a significant difference.  Your […]
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Common Real Estate Title Problems You Should Be Aware Of

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.
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Residential Property Rights Violations

Becoming a homeowner, or owning real estate property, is a big part of the American dream.  If you own residential property, you have the right to use and enjoy that land.  This means you can engage in any legal activity on that property.  However, the word “legal” carries a lot of weight in that last sentence.  You still must comply with local, state, and federal laws at all times.  For instance, you wouldn’t be able to open a liquor store on your property, or many other types of businesses, without a state license. 
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Florida Environmental Law: Choosing the Right Attorney To Protect Your Interests

Choosing the right Florida environmental law attorney is critical. Learn more in this article and contact me with any questions you may have.
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Florida Constitutional Amendment 6 - Benefits of Homestead Property Tax Discount for Surviving Spouses of Veterans

Florida Constitutional Amendment 6 passes but what does it mean for spouses of veterans? Learn more in this article.
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HOA Meetings During the Coronavirus - The Best Way to Conduct HOA Business

How should HOAs conduct business in the age of COVID? There are steps you should take to protect your association. Learn more.
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Virtual Court Trials in the Time of COVID-19

This article is to provide some guidance for attorneys who may be called upon to conduct court proceedings utilizing virtual technology.
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